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Harford's all-county girls basketball team for 2011-2012

You’d be hard pressed to top this group that includes four members of the 3A state champion Aberdeen Eagles on the first team and four 1,000-point career scorers (so good that a fifth member of the 1,000 club is on the second team).

First Team, All County

Player, School, Position, Grade

Rachael Holehouse, Fallston, Guard, Sr.

Miranda Ripken, John Carroll, Forward, Sr.

Brionna Jones, Aberdeen, Center, Jr.

Takiara Fowlkes, Aberdeen, Forward, Sr.

Nia Alleyne, Aberdeen, Guard, Sr.

Morgan Golec, Patterson Mill, Forward, Jr.

Emily Soller, John Carroll, Center, Sr.

Lakeia Hayden, Aberdeen, Guard, Sr.

Shakara Head, Joppatowne, Forward, Sr.

Qalea Ismail, Patterson Mill, Guard, Fr.

Second Team, All County

Player, School, Position, Grade

Sarah Heaps, North Harford, Guard, Sr.

Sam Herman, Patterson Mill, Guard, Fr.

Lakiah Huff, Joppatowne, Forward, Sr.

Jada Hatcher, Edgewood, Forward, So.

Abby Smucker, C. Milton Wright, Guard, Jr.

Jimmia McCluskey, Aberdeen, Forward, Jr.

Maria Edwards, John Carroll, Guard, Sr.

Alyssa March, Fallston, Forward, Sr.

Morgan Knox, North Harford, Guard, Jr.

Shania Stamper, Edgewood, Guard, So.

 

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