Crane girls, Billings boys lead All-SWCL Basketball teams

The Billings boys and Crane girls cleaned up on the SWCL All-League teams. Billings placed four players on the teams including SWCL Most Valuble Player Brady Chastain. Fellow senior Austin Essick was on the first team. Essick was joined by seniors Dalton Fisher (Clever), Jordan Bowling (Crane) and Hunter Bishop (Spokane) along with Blue Eye junior Christian Mitchell on the first team.

Crane swept the Coach of the Year honors as boys coach Dale Lamberth and girls coach Jeremy Mullins were honored for the top coaching honor on the boys and girls side resepctively. Crane senior Maggie McMenamy made it a Crane sweep of the top honors on the girls side as she was named MVP. McMenamy was one of five Pirates honored. Junior Riley Israel was named to the first team for Crane. She was joined by fellow juniors Cheyenne Sheets (Blue Eye) and Kenna Greenway (Galena) along with the sophomore duo of Cailyn Long (Sparta) and Tressa Linson (Blue Eye).
The complete teams are below. Click the following links for photos of many games involving SWCL teams.

Crane vs. Billings Boys
Billings vs. Clever Boys
Spokane vs. Billings Boys
Billings vs. Spokane Girls
Forsyth vs. Billings Boys
Sparta vs. Billings Boys
Billings vs. Crane Boys
Clever vs. Billings Girls
Crane vs. Galena Girls
Sparta vs. Crane Girls
Crane vs. Ash Grove Girls
Crane vs. Walnut Grove Girls
Blue Eye vs. Crane Girls
Crane vs. Fordland Girls
Blue Eye vs. Strafford Boys
Blue Eye vs. Hollister Girls
Sparta vs. Blue Eye Girls
Forsyth vs. Ava Boys
Galena vs. Forsyth Girls
Forsyth vs. Hollister Boys
Clever vs. Sparta Girls
Sparta vs. Strafford Girls
Spokane vs. Sparta Girls
Sparta vs. Pleasant Hope Boys


Most Valuable Player
Brady Chastain - Billings (Senior)
1st Team
Dalton Fisher - Clever (Senior)
Jordan Bowling - Crane (Senior)
Austin Essick - Billings (Senior)
Hunter Bishop - Spokane (Senior)
Christian Mitchell - Blue Eye (Junior)
2nd Team
Brandon Jahn - Forsyth (Sophomore)
Dawson Meyer - Billings (Junior)
Robert May - Sparta (Junior)
Zach Chastain - Crane (Sophomore)
Matt Hamilton - Clever (Senior)
Honorable Mention

Chad Yocum - Billings (Senior)
Christian Brown - Spokane (Freshman)
Eric Bowman - Spokane (Senior)
Tyler Aschwege - Galena (Senior)
Travis Pennewell - Clever (Senior)
Coach of the Year:
Dale Lamberth, Crane


Most Valuable Player
Maggie McMenamy    Crane (Senior)
1st Team
Cailyn Long - Sparta (Sophomore)
Tressa Linson - Blue Eye (Sophomore)
Kenna Greenway - Galena (Junior)
Cheyenne Sheets - Blue Eye (Junior)
Riley Israel - Crane (Junior)
2nd Team
Emma Lander - Crane (Freshman)
Kaitlyn Berry - Forsyth (Senior)
Mackenzie Burns - Clever (Junior)
Tayler Murray - Spokane (Senior)
Stephanie Bos - Billings (Senior)
Honorable Mention
Nicole Jenkins - Sparta (Senior)
Allie Hagler - Crane (Junior)
Lexie Vaught - Crane (Freshman)
Taylor Miller - Blue Eye (Senior)
Lexie Tennis - Clever (Sophomore)
Andrea Begley - Billings (Senior)
Coach of the Year: Jeremy Mullins, Crane

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