GRANTSBURG – Brooke Quimby earned first-team status in her final year.
In her senior season with the Grantsburg girls basketball team, Quimby worked her way onto the first team in the Lakeland West’s all-conference picks for the 2019-2020 season. She was one of six area players recognized in the postseason selections.
Quimby led the Pirates by scoring 15.9 points, 7.6 rebounds and 2.9 assists per game in her senior season. She was a second-team selection in the Lakeland West last season and was one of two seniors included in this season’s first-team picks. Luck’s Grace Thoreson is the other first-team senior, joining Quimby as the two players not from St. Croix Falls or Unity among the top players.
Olivia Miron (St. Croix Falls), Emily McCurdy (St. Croix Falls), Raegan Sorensen (Unity) and Sierra Swanson (Unity) were the other first-team picks; Miron and Sorensen shared Player of the Year designation.
Siren earned a pair of second-team selections, including the lone freshman given postseason recognition. Lindsay Liljenberg helped the Dragons to a 16-8 overall record in her first varsity season, reaching double-digit point totals in 16 games. She is joined by sophomore teammate Morgan Shetler, who scored at least 10 points in 13 games, including the last four of the season.
Hannah McDowell led Webster with a second-team selection in her junior season. She reached double-digit point totals in 13 games and averaged over five rebounds per game for the Tigers.
Hannah Schmidt (Frederic), Lucia Neuman (St. Croix Falls) and Myah Nelson (Unity) completed the Lakeland West’s second-team picks.
Grantsburg and Webster also had one honorable mention each. Senior Olivia Ohnstad was an honorable mention for the Pirates and junior Brooke Hetfeld was selected for the Tigers.