All-County girls basketball teams


Olentangy’s Kelly Meade, shown competing in a game earlier this season against Worthington Kilbourne, is the Delaware County girls basketball Player of the Year. The senior, who scored a school-record 1,410 points during her career at Olentangy, broke her own single-game scoring record (now 32) twice this season. She led the Braves to their second straight league championship and sixth district title game in the last seven seasons. Olentangy coach John Feasel was named the Delaware County Coach of the Year while Alexa Fisher (Liberty), Breanna Yashko (Liberty), Erin McCullough (Delaware Christian) and Chelsea Moore (Olentangy) joined Meade on the first team. Second team All-County honors went to Megan Veneman (Buckeye Valley), Morgan Scowden (Buckeye Valley), Savitha Jayaraman (Liberty), Lauren Hofer (Liberty) and Molly Delaney (Olentangy) while Katie Neff (Big Walnut), Ellie Jindra (Big Walnut), Kelly Kreager (Big Walnut), Logan Hatcher (Buckeye Valley), Kelsey Shearer (Buckeye Valley), Tess Hughes (Buckeye Valley), Alaina Radcliffe (Buckeye Valley), Elizabeth Blackburn (Delaware Christian), Liz Sullivan (Delaware Christian), Katie Blair (Hayes), Brandy Bauer (Hayes), Madison Eldridge (Hayes), Allison Raiff (Olentangy), Christina Baumann (Olentangy), Emily Stephens (Olentangy), Olivia Margolies (Olentangy), Katie Harrop (Liberty), Schae Lilly (Orange), Hannah Sargent (Orange), Mckenna Ford (Orange) and Bree McCague (Orange) earned honorable mention honors.

Olentangy’s Kelly Meade, shown competing in a game earlier this season against Worthington Kilbourne, is the Delaware County girls basketball Player of the Year. The senior, who scored a school-record 1,410 points during her career at Olentangy, broke her own single-game scoring record (now 32) twice this season. She led the Braves to their second straight league championship and sixth district title game in the last seven seasons. Olentangy coach John Feasel was named the Delaware County Coach of the Year while Alexa Fisher (Liberty), Breanna Yashko (Liberty), Erin McCullough (Delaware Christian) and Chelsea Moore (Olentangy) joined Meade on the first team. Second team All-County honors went to Megan Veneman (Buckeye Valley), Morgan Scowden (Buckeye Valley), Savitha Jayaraman (Liberty), Lauren Hofer (Liberty) and Molly Delaney (Olentangy) while Katie Neff (Big Walnut), Ellie Jindra (Big Walnut), Kelly Kreager (Big Walnut), Logan Hatcher (Buckeye Valley), Kelsey Shearer (Buckeye Valley), Tess Hughes (Buckeye Valley), Alaina Radcliffe (Buckeye Valley), Elizabeth Blackburn (Delaware Christian), Liz Sullivan (Delaware Christian), Katie Blair (Hayes), Brandy Bauer (Hayes), Madison Eldridge (Hayes), Allison Raiff (Olentangy), Christina Baumann (Olentangy), Emily Stephens (Olentangy), Olivia Margolies (Olentangy), Katie Harrop (Liberty), Schae Lilly (Orange), Hannah Sargent (Orange), Mckenna Ford (Orange) and Bree McCague (Orange) earned honorable mention honors.


Olentangy’s Kelly Meade, shown competing in a game earlier this season against Worthington Kilbourne, is the Delaware County girls basketball Player of the Year. The senior, who scored a school-record 1,410 points during her career at Olentangy, broke her own single-game scoring record (now 32) twice this season. She led the Braves to their second straight league championship and sixth district title game in the last seven seasons. Olentangy coach John Feasel was named the Delaware County Coach of the Year while Alexa Fisher (Liberty), Breanna Yashko (Liberty), Erin McCullough (Delaware Christian) and Chelsea Moore (Olentangy) joined Meade on the first team. Second team All-County honors went to Megan Veneman (Buckeye Valley), Morgan Scowden (Buckeye Valley), Savitha Jayaraman (Liberty), Lauren Hofer (Liberty) and Molly Delaney (Olentangy) while Katie Neff (Big Walnut), Ellie Jindra (Big Walnut), Kelly Kreager (Big Walnut), Logan Hatcher (Buckeye Valley), Kelsey Shearer (Buckeye Valley), Tess Hughes (Buckeye Valley), Alaina Radcliffe (Buckeye Valley), Elizabeth Blackburn (Delaware Christian), Liz Sullivan (Delaware Christian), Katie Blair (Hayes), Brandy Bauer (Hayes), Madison Eldridge (Hayes), Allison Raiff (Olentangy), Christina Baumann (Olentangy), Emily Stephens (Olentangy), Olivia Margolies (Olentangy), Katie Harrop (Liberty), Schae Lilly (Orange), Hannah Sargent (Orange), Mckenna Ford (Orange) and Bree McCague (Orange) earned honorable mention honors.

Olentangy’s Kelly Meade, shown competing in a game earlier this season against Worthington Kilbourne, is the Delaware County girls basketball Player of the Year. The senior, who scored a school-record 1,410 points during her career at Olentangy, broke her own single-game scoring record (now 32) twice this season. She led the Braves to their second straight league championship and sixth district title game in the last seven seasons. Olentangy coach John Feasel was named the Delaware County Coach of the Year while Alexa Fisher (Liberty), Breanna Yashko (Liberty), Erin McCullough (Delaware Christian) and Chelsea Moore (Olentangy) joined Meade on the first team. Second team All-County honors went to Megan Veneman (Buckeye Valley), Morgan Scowden (Buckeye Valley), Savitha Jayaraman (Liberty), Lauren Hofer (Liberty) and Molly Delaney (Olentangy) while Katie Neff (Big Walnut), Ellie Jindra (Big Walnut), Kelly Kreager (Big Walnut), Logan Hatcher (Buckeye Valley), Kelsey Shearer (Buckeye Valley), Tess Hughes (Buckeye Valley), Alaina Radcliffe (Buckeye Valley), Elizabeth Blackburn (Delaware Christian), Liz Sullivan (Delaware Christian), Katie Blair (Hayes), Brandy Bauer (Hayes), Madison Eldridge (Hayes), Allison Raiff (Olentangy), Christina Baumann (Olentangy), Emily Stephens (Olentangy), Olivia Margolies (Olentangy), Katie Harrop (Liberty), Schae Lilly (Orange), Hannah Sargent (Orange), Mckenna Ford (Orange) and Bree McCague (Orange) earned honorable mention honors.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/03/web1_meadpoy.jpgOlentangy’s Kelly Meade, shown competing in a game earlier this season against Worthington Kilbourne, is the Delaware County girls basketball Player of the Year. The senior, who scored a school-record 1,410 points during her career at Olentangy, broke her own single-game scoring record (now 32) twice this season. She led the Braves to their second straight league championship and sixth district title game in the last seven seasons. Olentangy coach John Feasel was named the Delaware County Coach of the Year while Alexa Fisher (Liberty), Breanna Yashko (Liberty), Erin McCullough (Delaware Christian) and Chelsea Moore (Olentangy) joined Meade on the first team. Second team All-County honors went to Megan Veneman (Buckeye Valley), Morgan Scowden (Buckeye Valley), Savitha Jayaraman (Liberty), Lauren Hofer (Liberty) and Molly Delaney (Olentangy) while Katie Neff (Big Walnut), Ellie Jindra (Big Walnut), Kelly Kreager (Big Walnut), Logan Hatcher (Buckeye Valley), Kelsey Shearer (Buckeye Valley), Tess Hughes (Buckeye Valley), Alaina Radcliffe (Buckeye Valley), Elizabeth Blackburn (Delaware Christian), Liz Sullivan (Delaware Christian), Katie Blair (Hayes), Brandy Bauer (Hayes), Madison Eldridge (Hayes), Allison Raiff (Olentangy), Christina Baumann (Olentangy), Emily Stephens (Olentangy), Olivia Margolies (Olentangy), Katie Harrop (Liberty), Schae Lilly (Orange), Hannah Sargent (Orange), Mckenna Ford (Orange) and Bree McCague (Orange) earned honorable mention honors.