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Hedges wins Player of the Year honors

By Mike Klan, KEYT - KCOY - KKFX Sports Director, mklan@keyt.com
Published On: Mar 25 2013 08:01:43 PM CDT
Updated On: Mar 25 2013 09:36:16 PM CDT

Sydney Hedges was honored as the top player in the CIF Division 6 after leading Providence Hall of Santa Barbara to a Southern Section Championship in girls basketball.

LOS ALAMITOS, Calif -

Sydney Hedges led Providence Hall of Santa Barbara to the school's first-ever Southern Section title and today she was named CIF Player of the Year in Division 6 girls high school basketball. Joining Hedges on the ALL-CIF Division 6 team was teammate Lacey Gonzalez. The Lions Ernie Quiroz is named Coach of the Year.

Here are the other ALL-CIF selections in girls basketball for the 805 area code

Division 1A: Marki Meyer, Ventura

Division 2AA: Geraldynn Leaupepe, Camarillo

Division 3AAA: Kim Jacobs, Agoura (POY), Noam Leead, Agoura, Conley Oliver, Agoura (COY)

Division 3AA: Ivette Gil, Santa Barbara, Melissa Lemus, Santa Barbara

Division 3A: Jessica Judge, San Luis Obispo, Erin Matsumoto, Oak Park

Division 4A: McKenna Hill, St. Bonaventure, Tatianna Dunlap, St. Joseph

Division 5AA: Greer Shull, Bishop Diego

Division 6: Sydney Hedges, Providence Hall (POY), Lacey Gonzalez, Providence Hall, Ernie Quiroz, Providence Hall (COY), Simone Swain, Valley Christian Academy, Kari Humann, Valley Christian Academy.

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