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Belton places four on Suburban Blue girls’ basketball all-conference team

Belton’s Kyndal Lewis (center) was chosen for the Suburban Blue Conference girls’ basketball first team all-conference. Lewis, a freshman forward, averaged 11.3 points and 6.4 rebounds for the Pirates this season.
Belton’s Kyndal Lewis (center) was chosen for the Suburban Blue Conference girls’ basketball first team all-conference. Lewis, a freshman forward, averaged 11.3 points and 6.4 rebounds for the Pirates this season. Special to The Democrat

Kyndal Lewis and Kamryn Estell of Belton were both selected recently to the Suburban Blue all-conference girls’ basketball team.

Lewis, a 5-foot-9 freshman forward, was selected first-team all-conference. She was the Pirates’ leading scorer at 11.3 points per game and also averaged 6.4 rebounds for the Pirates, who finished 11-15 overall but third in the conference at 6-4.

Estell, a 5-11 junior center, was a second-team selection. She averaged 9.1 points a game and led the Pirates with 6.8 rebounds per contest.

Lewis was joined on the first team by two members of undefeated league champion Kearney: Callie Schwarzenbach, a 6-5 senior, and Taylor Frizzell, a 5-10 junior.

Platte County’s Rockey Chambers, a 5-7 senior, and Hannah Valentine, a 5-8 junior, also made the first team along with Joelle Egeland, a 5-6 junior from Winnetonka.

Making the second team along with Estell were a trio of Kearney players — Emma Couch, a 5-10 senior, Grace Burkemper, a 5-9 senior and Abby Couch, a 5-10 sophomore — along with Platte County’s Jaycie Stubbs, a 5-8 junior, and Grandview’s Oriyanna Barnes, a 5-3 freshman.

Finally, Belton junior Mackenzie Staats and freshman Kennedy Moss were honorable mention picks along with Raytown South’s Eden Billups-Campbell, Briauna Garth and Amya Milligan; Winnetonka’s Victoria Williams and Jadeci Thomas; Grandview’s Jayden Moore; and Platte County’s Lauren Walker.

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