The Hernando Sun covers high school sports throughout the school year and with high school basketball season concluding not long ago, we have put together the Hernando Sun All-County teams for both the boys and girls. Each team that was covered from Central to Weeki Wachee will be featured within the all-county teams from the 2020-2021 campaign. The all-county teams are compiled based on regular-season statistics, team accomplishments, and regular season performances. Without further delay the players chosen for the Hernando Sun All-County Girls Basketball team are:
Guard- Esther Jackson, Hernando Christian Academy, SR: The senior was the key cog for the Lions’ run all the way to the region final before losing their only game of the 2020-2021 campaign. Jackson led all Hernando County scorers with 24.9 points per game.
Guard- Sy Crowley, Hernando, JR: Crowley helped make the Hernando Leopards one of the top teams in the county, and her backcourt presence was huge all season long. The junior guard led the Leopards with 17.6 points a game with 5.7 rebounds a contest.
Forward- Sabrina Carter, Hernando, SR: Aside from fellow teammate Sy Crowley, Carter was the next player in line that Hernando relied upon during its 13-9 season. The senior forward averaged 23 minutes a game for Hernando and also posted an average of 8.5 points a contest.
Forward/Center- Adriena Lett, Springstead, SR: The Eagles had themselves a nice bounce-back season at 14-11 and senior center Adriena Lett was one of the main reasons. Standing at 6-foot tall, Lett averaged a team-high 10.7 points and 8.4 rebounds a contest.
Forward/Center- Heaven Lee, Nature Coast, JR: The Sharks’ center was one of the top front-court players in the Tampa Bay Area. Lee averaged a team-high 18.7 points per game and also pulled down 6.3 boards a contest. Bad news for Hernando County opponents, she’s back next season.
Utility- Jasmine James, Weeki Wachee, SR: The Hornets went 7-14 this past season, and though the team is going through a rebuild, Weeki Wachee has good pieces all along the roster heading into next year. James will be a player they will sorely miss, though, as the senior guard averaged 11.1 points a night for the Hornets.
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