All-League basketball: Incline’s Porter named MVP, Winquest Coach of Year
Northern Division III All-League
MVP: Kira Porter, Incline, Sr.
Coach of the Year: Indra Winquest, Incline
Taylor Redfern, Incline, Fresh.
Syndney Reamer, West Wendover, Jr.
Bailey Wanner, Pershing County, Sr.
Sarah Sam, Yerington, Jr.
Sruti Bhatka, Battle Mountain, Fresh.
Shania Frank, Yerington, Jr.
Taryn Houston, Pershing County, Soph.
Anahi Esparza, West Wendover, Jr.
Mikayla Renfroe, Pershing County, Jr.
Briana Barraza, Incline, Sr.
Mackenzie Hammock, Yerington, Sr.
Lilia Lopez, West Wendover, Soph.
Destiny Espinoza, Silver Stage, Jr.
Jillian Argiris, North Tahoe, Jr.
Riane Schroeder , Battle Mountain, Jr.
Yulissa Vasquez, Battle Mountain, Jr.
Harmony Bates, Incline, Jr.
Emily White, Incline, Soph.
Maria Martinez, Yerington, Sr.
Itatty Espinoza, Pershing County, Soph.
Nayda Rodriquez, West Wendover, Jr.
Division III All-State
MVP: Ashlyn Huntington, White Pine, Sr.
Debra Kingston, White Pine
Savannah Hart, Lincoln
Destiny Rover, Agassi Prep
Kira Porter, Incline
Taylor Redfern, Incline
Sydney Reamer, West Wendover
Easton Tingey, Lincoln
Hannah Hafen, Lincoln
Brenna Chavez, Needles
Bailey Wanner, Pershing County
Sarah Sam, Yerington
Shruti Bahtka, Battle Mountain
Jayne Antone, Needles
Emily Bischoff, White Pine
Malia Lee, Calvary Chapel
Sharmayne Finley, Agassi Prep
Anahi Esparza, West Wendover
Taryn Houston, Pershing County
Five Incline girls basketball players were selected to the Northern Division III All-League team, led by senior forward Kira Porter’s Most Valuable Player honor.
In addition to Porter’s MVP selection, Incline coach Indra Winquest was named Coach of the Year after leading the Highlanders to the Northern regional title and state runner-up finish.
Incline freshman guard Taylor Redfern made the All-League first team, senior point guard Briana Barraza made the second team, and junior Harmony Bates and sophomore Emily White received honorable mention recognition.
The awards are determined by the league’s coaches.
Porter was the league’s most dominant force. At a lengthy 6 foot, the athletic post led the Division III with 129 blocks in 21 games, which equates to 6.1 swats per contest, while also topping the state with 11.3 rebounds per game. Her 11.7-point scoring average ranked third in the league and fourth in the state.
One of the only Division III players to top Porter in scoring was freshman teammate Taylor Redfern, a smooth-moving sharp shooter who led the state with a scoring average of 13.2 points per contest. Redfern, who scored 45 points in two games in the state championship tournament, also led the DIII with 54 three-pointers made.
Porter and Redfern were both named to the Division III All-State first team. White Pine senior Ashlyn Huntington was the state MVP.
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