Northern Division III All-League | Incline’s Porter voted MVP, Winquest Coach of Year
March 11, 2014
Northern Division III All-League
BOYS FIRST TEAM
Coach of the Year: John Sharp – West Wendover
Most Valuable Player: Orin Porter – Sr. – Incline
Manny Flores – Sr. – West Wendover
Kylar Sharp – Sr. – West Wendover
Kaydn Sharp – Sr. – West Wendover
Nick Johnson – Sr. – White Pine
Daniel Itza – Sr. – Battle Mountain
Alex Zissis – Jr. – Incline
BOYS SECOND TEAM
Jack Clouthier – Jr. – Incline
Ben Snyder – Jr. – Incline
Seth Lester – Sr. – White Pine
Sam Hammond – Soph. – Yerington
Blake Dorian – Soph. – Battle Mountain
Dakota Aiazzi – Soph. – Yerington
BOYS HONORABLE MENTION
Christian Biscotti – Sr. – Incline
Jack Bessette – Jr. – Incline
Mitchell Myers – Jr. – North Tahoe
Alex Tyler – Jr. – North Tahoe
Donovan Braswell – Fr. – ROP
Stephen Eveleth – Sr. – WW
Dominic Valles – Jr. – Battle Mountain
Dylan Garretson – Sr. – Pershing County
Jesse Harper – Sr. – Silver Stage
Daniel Nichols – Soph. – Silver Stage
Ivan Gamino – Sr. – Pershing County
GIRLS FIRST TEAM
MVP: Melissa Gonzales – Pershing County – Sr.
Coach of the Year: Indra Winquest – Incline
Molly Franklin – Jr. – Incline
Kira Porter – Soph. – Incline
Celine Bethel – Sr. – Yerington
Amanda Allred – Sr. – White Pine
Abby Bake – Jr. – Pershing County
Hannah Hale – Sr. – Battle Mountain
GIRLS SECOND TEAM
Kortney Solis – Sr. – Incline
Debra Kingston – Soph. – White Pine
Hannah McCurley – Jr. – Pershing County
Brooklyn Quintana – Sr. – Battle Mountain
Angela Sciarani – Sr. – Silver Stage
ChyAnn Cambell – Jr. – Yerington
GIRLS HONORABLE MENTION
Kerrie Tonking – Sr. – Incline
Torii Baker – Sr. – Incline
Elise Nelson – Sr. – Incline
Yesi Gonzalez – Soph. – West Wendover
Alli Huntington – Sr. – White Pine
Ashlyn Huntington – Soph. White Pine
Maria Martinez – Soph. – Yerington
Kia Tapia – Sr. – Silver Stage
Samantha Samuelson – Sr. – Battle Mountain
Bailey Wanner – Soph. – Pershing County
The Highlanders fared well in Northern Division III All-League voting, led by boys MVP Orin Porter and girls Coach of the Year Indra Winquest.
The All-League awards were determined by the league’s coaches.
In boys All-League voting, John Sharp of West Wendover was named Coach of the Year, while Porter, a senior guard for Incline, was named Most Valuable Player. Porter averaged 19.8 points per game and helped lead the Highlanders into the state final.
Incline point guard Alex Zissis was the only junior voted to the All-League first team, which also included West Wendover seniors Kylar Sharp, Kaydn Sharp and Manny Flores, White Pine’s Nick Johnson and Battle Mountain’s Daniel Itza.
Incline juniors Jack Clouthier, a guard, and Ben Snyder, a forward, both made the second team, while senior forward Christian Biscotti and junior guard Jack Bessette received All-League honorable mention recognition.
For North Tahoe, senior guard Alex Tyler and junior forward Mitchell Myers received honorable mention.
In girls All-League voting, Winquest, who led the Highlanders to their first state championship since 1985, was voted Coach of the Year, and Pershing County senior forward Melissa Gonzalez was voted Most Valuable Player.
Incline junior guard Molly Franklin and sophomore forward Kira Porter were voted to the All-League first team, along with Yerington’s Celine Bethel, White Pine’s Amanda Allred, Pershing County’s Abby Bake and Battle Mountain’s Hannah Hale.
Incline senior Kortney Solis, a guard, made the second team, while senior teammates Kerrie Tonking, Torii Baker and Elise Nelson received honorable mention.
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