Posted: Saturday, 08 December 2012 1:36AM

Branson's Dapprich wins girls MVP poll



SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - We asked fans of Ozarks basketball, "who will be the girl's basketball MVP this season?"  The votes are in and Branson senior Moriah Dapprich was the favorite with nearly 1,300 votes.  Marionville sophomore Josie Young was close behind with West Plains' Andi Haney, Ozark's Hannah Cook and Fair Grove's Morgan Kensinger rounding out the top five.


Girls MVP Poll Results

Lauren Aldridge, Marshfield 69 Votes (1%)
Aubrey Buckley, Parkview 40 Votes (1%)
Hannah Cook, Ozark 517 Votes (10%)
Moriah Dapprich, Branson 1237 Votes (25%)
Andi Haney, West Plains 894 Votes (18%)
Heather Harman, Walnut Grove 257 Votes (5%)
Alice Heinzler, Republic 283 Votes (6%)
Morgan Kensinger, Fair Grove 294 Votes (6%)
Cailyn Long, Sparta 205 Votes (4%)
Josie Young, Marionville 1213 Votes (24%)


Photo Galleries

Pictures: Ava 9, Mt. Grove 8


Ava won the battle of SCA unbeatens with a walk-off sac fly.

Pictures: Southwest 10, Purdy 8


Southwest claims the Ozark 7 championship.

Pictures: Central vs. Glendale tennis


The Falcons and Bulldogs met at Cooper on Wednesday.
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