The senior All Stars from the South Central part of the state and the St Louis region played their final game on Saturday.
The South Central team had five girls from Pulaski County compete. Kaitlyn Gambill represented the Crocker Lady Lions in the game. The Richland Lady Bears were represented in the game by Brittany Latham and Morgan Moss on the night. The Waynesville lady Tigers were represented on the team by ReShawna Stone and Kiera Shoulder.
The rest of the team consisted of both Hanna Cottrell and Abby Booker from the Steelville Lady Cardinals. The Sullivan Lady Eagles were represented by Bria Jones and Clare Shetley. Kennedy Reeser represented the Union Lady Wildcats in the game.
The game was close for both teams as the St Louis All Stars won the game 83-74 in an outstanding final stand to hold off the South Central girls.
Five of the St Louis All Stars were in double digits at the end of the game. The St Louis girls were led in scoring by Kourtney White of Hazelwood Central who scored 20 points in the win. Amaya Stovall of Parkway North was second in scoring with 13 points in the game. Both Brooke Flowers of Metro St Louis and Taylor Lawson-Hicks from Whitfield scored 12 points in their final game. Tionne Taylor of Francis Howell was the final player in double digits in the game.
Kalifa Muhammad of Ladue score five points in the final win of her high school career. Both Kelsie Williams of Hazelwood Central and Tyra Brown of Pattonville both scored four points in the game. Reis Carlson from Cor Jesu and Taylor Zarr of Oakville combined for three points in the matchup.
The South Central girls had three players in double figures. Both Shetley and Booker were tied for fifteen points in the game. Stone scored 11 points in the tough loss.
Both Cottrell and Jones scored eight points each in the final game. Shoulders was able to score six points on the night while Moss added five points in her effort. Reeser and Latham combined for 10 points during the night.
Several Players from both team have already decided on where to attend college. Latham will attend the University of Missouri in Columbia next year. Gambill will attend Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar.