The eight members of the Girls All-Area Team
Ashtynn Burns, Cimarron (17.6 ppg, 3.1 ppg, 2.7 spg)
This is Burns' second time on The Globe's squad. She led the Lady Bluejays in scoring and was intergal with Morgan Ediger in leading the offense. She was a unanimous all-league first team selection.
Morgan Ediger, Cimarron (16.8 ppg, 7.0 rpg, 3.8 apg)
This is Ediger's second time on The Globe's squad, shooting 44 percent from three-point range and being a part of the 1-2 shooting punch for the Lady Bluejays. She was a unanimous all-league first team selection.
Morgan Hood, Bucklin (18.9 ppg, 10.9 rpg, 2.8 spg)
Hood is another player returning to the All-Globe team after another outstanding season performance, many times against taller players. The senior averaged a double-double in her final season with 16 games with double-doubles (including a 10-game stretch).
Hailee Hoskinson, Cimarron (7.4 ppg, 5.7 rpg, 2.1 apg)
One player who made her presence known despite her statistics not showing it was Hoskinson. Defense was her specialty as she was able to force opponents to change shots throughout the game in being the anchor.
Bailey Olvera, Meade (14.2 ppg, 4.9 rpg, 2.7 spg)
Olvera was an all-league unanimous first team selection because of her play and her leadership for the Lady Buffaloes. Olvera's play was steady most of the season to help Meade reach the state tournament for the third straight year.
Janae Price, Bucklin (14.6 ppg, 3.9 prg, 4.3 spg)
Price grew into the perfect complement with Hood for the Lady Aces' success in 2014. Price had two double-double games, but left her mark in getting a number of transition baskets off of steals to help the Bucklin cause.
Katrina Roenfeldt, Dodge City (12.8 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 2.9 spg)
Roenfeldt makes this team not only because of her leadership abilities shown in statistics, but also her presence in helping her teammates (many of them playing varsity level for the first time) to mature quickly.
Rebecca Wyatt, Ingalls (12.2 ppg, 7.4 rpg, 1.1 bpg)
Wyatt is another Globe all-area returner who overcame a slow start to get back into dominance in helping the Lady Bulldogs come from the No. 7 spot to win the SPIAA tournament and help Ingalls to a 13-game winning streak.
Coach -- Craig Bowman (Bucklin)
Bowman came in his first year with the Lady Aces and didn't disrupt a winning formula and in some ways enhancing it by getting more players into the mix and not let defenses focus on one player to a fourth-place finish in Class 1A-Division II.