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RCS basketball players named All-Star honorees

 

RCS atheltes named as Colonial Council all-stars.
RCS girls’ varsity basketball players named Colonial Council All-Stars. From left to right: Hannah Vanderzee, Lauren Sanderson and Sara Hotaling.

Recently, the Colonial Council girls’ basketball coaches revealed their all-star selections for the 2019-20 varsity girls’ basketball season. The RCS district is proud to announce that three players from the 2019-20 Girls’ Varsity basketball team were selected as All-Star honorees.

Selections are based on coaches voting within the Colonial Council. Coaches are not permitted to vote for one of their own player(s). Honorees are selected based on production, teamwork and team success during this season.

The following RCS players were named as honorees:

RCS girls' varsity basketball players named Colonial Council All-Stars.
RCS girls’ varsity basketball players named Colonial Council All-Stars.

Lauren Sanderson, Junior, Shooting Guard: Ms. Sanderson was selected first team all-star for the 2019-20 season. She is averaging a career best 14.8 points, with 46 three-pointers and 64 steals, while leading the RCS Girls’ varsity squad to a league title for the first time in over 30 years.

Sara Hotaling, Freshman, Point Guard: Ms. Hotaling was selected as third team all-star by coaches in the Colonial Council. In 2019-20, she has demonstrated an excelled learning curve in leading the RCS offense throughout the 2019-20 season. She averaged six points, 109 assists and has established herself as a top performing point guard in council play. She also accumulated 53 steals on the season.

Hannah Vanderzee, Freshman, Forward: Ms. Vanderzee rounds out the group as a third team all-star in her freshman season. She brings a transition game that’s difficult to defend and has established a strong low post technique this year. On the season, she’s averaging 14.5 points per game with 138 rebounds, while currently leading the team with 24 blocks.

Please join us as we recognize their achievements during the 2019-20 girls’ varsity basketball season.