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Ashley Hall athletes earn all-state recognition by HSSR

 

By David Shelton

Senior Writer

Charleston – Once again, several athletes from Ashley Hall School have been recognized as some of the best in their respective sports.

The High School Sports Report recently announced their all-state teams for the 2019 fall sports season and the various lists included several athletes from Ashley Hall. Athletes in volleyball, tennis, golf, and cross country received all-state recognition and will be honored at the fall sports all-state banquet in Columbia on February 16th at 1 p.m.

The top honorees from Ashley Hall are from the state championship tennis team. Coach Mary Gastley has been named the Statewide Coach of the Year. Meggie Navarro was named SCISA Miss Tennis for 2019 and also was tabbed as the SCISA Class AAA Player of the Year.

Also recognized as all-state in tennis were Kayla Kirkland, Marissa Dye, Lorna Milani and Jane Goldstein

In volleyball, all-state honors go to Laughlin Murray and Sarah Smith. Raegan Propes earned all-state honors for golf.

From the successful cross country program, earning all-state honors were Ailish Ward, Ava Evans-Godley, Brice Tibbals and Eliza Groat.

Ward was a third-place finisher in the SCISA Class AAA state meet in November. Evans-Godley finished sixth overall while Groat finished 10th. Tibbals finished in 11th-place at the state meet.

Ashley Hall was the state runner-up in the final team standings.

Youthful basketball team struggling

A young and inexperienced roster has made for a tough season for the Ashley Hall basketball team this winter.

The team has only two seniors and three juniors and the result has been a 2-10 start to the season. The two seniors this winter are point guard Selie Feldman and guard Morgan Davis.

Doing most of the work in the post area are juniors Abby Clarke, Emma Reuther, and Anacapri Burke.

Sophomores on the roster include guards Penny Wallace, Nadiyah McGill and Lulu Grubb, along with post player Gardiner Willis.

Freshman guards include Raegan Propes and Ellie Barham, with eighth-grader Madison Hawes working as a backup in the post.

 The junior varsity team has had better luck, winning six of their first 10 games this season. Comprising this year’s roster are sophomores Maddie Krawcheck, Briana Jennings and Tatiana Jennings; freshmen Makayla Collins, Tre’Laya Capers, Lauryn Ferguson, Lexi Penny and Lulu Highfield; eighth-grader Lavinia Maybank; and seventh-graders Liv Hanson and Evie Walldorf.

 

 

 

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