Four PCM girls earn all-conference basketball recognition

Feb. 26—PCM sophomore Tori Lindsay and junior Addison Steenhoek combined to rank in the top 10 of 12 statistical categories in the Heart of Iowa Athletic Conference this season.

Both Mustangs earned first-team all-conference recognition for their efforts and sophomore Jorja Teeter and freshman Lila Milani were honorable mention selections.

PCM's four representatives helped the Mustangs place third in the conference this past winter.

Addison Steenhoek

PCM and South Hamilton both finished 10-4, but the Hawks were 2-0 against the Mustangs. Roland-Story won the conference title at 14-0.

All-conference recognition is based on statistics inside conference play only. Steenhoek, Lindsay, Teeter and Milani started all 14 HOIAC games this winter.

Lindsay ranked seventh in the conference in scoring at 13.4 points per game. She also ranked tied for ninth in assists at 2.4 per contest and averaged 4.9 rebounds and 2.6 steals per tilt.

Lindsay's 29 made 3-pointers ranked third, her 43 made free throws ranked fourth and her 58 field goals tied for sixth. She also shot 40.6 percent from the floor, ranked fifth in 3-point percentage at 37.2 and was ninth in free throw percentage at 67.2.

Jorja Teeter

Steenhoek ranked sixth in the HOIAC in scoring at 13.7 points per game. Her 2.5 assists per contest ranked sixth and her 2.9 steals per tilt was tied for eighth. She also averaged 3.7 rebounds per game.

Steenhoek shot 74.4 percent from the foul line, which ranked third in the conference. Her 58 made free throws ranked second and her 59 field goals were fifth. She also made 16 treys.

Teeter averaged 4.6 points, 5.4 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 1.0 steals per game.

Milani averaged 7.1 points, 2.5 boards, 1.2 assists and 1.3 steals per game. Her 19 made 3s ranked tied for eighth.

Lila Milani

Heart of Iowa Athletic Conference

Final Standings

Team Conference Overall

Roland-Story 14-0 22-2

South Hamilton 10-4 14-8

PCM 10-4 15-7

West Marshall 9-5 14-8

Nevada 7-7 10-13

Perry 3-11 4-18

Saydel 2-12 7-16

Greene County 1-13 1-21


First Team

Addison Steenhoek, jr., PCM; Tori Lindsay, so., PCM; Matti Motta, jr., Roland-Story; Claire Truesdell, jr., Roland-Story; Bella Borgos, jr., West Marshall; Ashlyn Erickson, sr., South Hamilton; Paige Rummans, jr., Saydel.

Second Team

Tanna Thompson, sr., South Hamilton; Isabelle Nelson, sr., Nevada; Dakota Hendricks, jr., Nevada; Lily Zahnd, jr., West Marshall; Shelby Johnston, so., West Marshall; Elizabeth Ihle, sr., Roland-Story; Alyssa Jones, so., Roland-Story; Kamryn Lande, jr., Roland-Story.

Honorable Mention

Jorja Teeter, so., PCM; Lila Milani, fr., PCM; Grace Neuberger, sr., South Hamilton; Kailyn Northrop, sr., South Hamilton; Emma Shipley, jr., Greene County; Kaycee Pittman, so., Greene County; Karagyn Whelchel, so., Perry; Maci Tunink, sr., Perry; Luella Weispfenning, so., Saydel; Lauren Frantz, fr., Saydel; Kate Berggren, jr., Roland-Story; Riley Johnson, fr., Roland-Story; Emilee Kelly, so., Nevada; Reagan Davis, sr., Nevada; Audrey Girard, sr., West Marshall.

Distinguished All-Conference

McKenna Galetich, sr., South Hamilton; Becca Anderson, so., Greene County; Emma Strottman, sr., Nevada.