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Hernando Sun All-County Girls Basketball Team 2023-2024

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The Hernando Sun covers high school sports throughout the school year, and with spring break, we had some time to review the stats. We have put together the Hernando Sun all-county teams for boys and girls basketball. Each team that was covered within the county is featured within the all-county teams from the 2023-2024 campaign. The all-county teams are compiled based on regular-season statistics, team accomplishments, and regular-season performances.

Below is the 2023-2024 Hernando Sun All-County Girls Basketball team.

Guard- Paige Atwater, Weeki Wachee, SR: One of the top shooters in the county, Atwater played with intensity every night, which was a huge reason for the Hornets’ success this past season. The Saint Leo signee averaged 15.2 points and 2.6 steals per game.

Guard—Quintara Norwood, Nature Coast Tech, SR: Norwood took over the role from Gabby Lee last season as Nature Coast’s top player. The senior guard helped lead the Sharks to a solid 11-11 record and averaged 9.7 points, 4.9 rebounds, and 2.2 steals per game.

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Guard—Kayla Holloman, Hernando, SR: After a solid season at 15-12, the Leopards relied heavily on Holloman’s talents in the backcourt. The senior guard averaged a team-high 16.2 points per game and was named to the GC8 All-Conference team.

Forward- Malanie Francis, Springstead, SR: The Eagles had themselves a strong season at 21-5 and Francis was a big reason for it. The senior forward was Springstead’s mainstay in the front court all season long. Francis led the Eagles in many statistical categories, averaging a double-double at 12.6 points per game and 14.4 rebounds.

Forward—Marlee Schumacher, Weeki Wachee, FR: The Hornets ended the season 19-9, and that’s thanks to the improved play and muscle of the freshman forward. Schumacher averaged 10.8 points and 8.1 rebounds per contest and was arguably the county’s top freshman all season long.

Utility—Addy Osborne, Springstead, SO: The sophomore forward/center was the Eagles’ second-leading scorer on most nights and helped lift the team to a 20-plus win season. Osborne averaged 10.0 points per game and 5.8 rebounds.

Utility—Joelys Rodriguez, Weeki Wachee, FR: Rodriguez was another freshman who really came onto the scene and made a grand first impression. Paired with Schumacher, the future is bright at Weeki Wachee. This past season, the freshman averaged 11 points, 4.1 steals, 3.9 assists, and 2.9 rebounds per game.

Andy Villamarzo can be reached at [email protected], and follow him on Twitter at @Andy_Villamarzo.

Springstead High School, 34, Malanie Francis elevates for two points in the 6A Division 4 Championship Game versus visiting Forest High. [Photo by Joe DiCristofalo]
Springstead High School, 34, Malanie Francis elevates for two points in the 6A Division 4 Championship Game versus visiting Forest High. [Photo by Joe DiCristofalo]
Springstead High School, 32, Addy Osborne shoots over Forest High, 5, Janaina Wess in the 6A Division 4 Championship Game versus visiting Forest High. [Photo by Joe DiCristofalo]
Springstead High School, 32, Addy Osborne shoots over Forest High, 5, Janaina Wess in the 6A Division 4 Championship Game versus visiting Forest High. [Photo by Joe DiCristofalo]
Weeki Wachee's Paige Atwater broke a trio of school records in February during a single game against the Hudson Cobras. [Photo by Daniel Brovont]
Weeki Wachee’s
Paige Atwater broke a trio of school records in February during a single game against the Hudson Cobras. [Photo by Daniel Brovont]
Weeki Wachee, 3, Joelys Rodriguez tries to find a path through Academy of The Holy Names defense in the 4A Region quarterfinal game held at Weeki Wachee High School. [Photo by Joe DiCristofalo]
Weeki Wachee, 3, Joelys Rodriguez tries to find a path through Academy of The Holy Names defense in the 4A Region quarterfinal game held at Weeki Wachee High School. [Photo by Joe DiCristofalo]
Weeki Wachee High’s Marlee Schumacher attempts to block a shot by Springstead High’s, 34, Melanie Francis. [Photo by Joe DiCristofalo]
Weeki Wachee High’s Marlee Schumacher attempts to block a shot by Springstead High’s, 34, Melanie Francis. [Photo by Joe DiCristofalo]

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