Four Emporia High basketball players earned postseason all-league honors this week.
Senior Gracie Gilpin of the women’s basketball team won the All-Centennial League first team after leading the league in scoring with 18.8 points per game according to sportsinks.com. She ended her career with over 1,000 points.
6-foot junior Rebecca Snyder was named to the All-Centennial League Second Team and will be one of the Spartans’ leaders next season after this year’s senior graduation.
Senior Allie Baker earned an honorable mention for her performance. Although Baker’s name doesn’t often appear alongside huge statistical numbers, she was a vital presence on the pitch offensively and defensively and her All-League squad list shows that other coaches have her. recognized.
The Emporia girls finished the year 17-6 and secured their first berth in a state tournament since 2015.
On the boys’ side, Parker Leeds was selected for the honorable mention All-Centennial League team. The junior has led his team in scoring this season and has firmly established himself as both a leader and playmaker.
The Spartan Boys went 4-17 in 2021-22 and will fire four of their five starters next season.