The 2015-16 girls high school basketball season had its share of exciting moments provided by talented student-athletes from around the area.
Below is the Republic-Times All-Local Girls Basketball Team for the 2015-16 season.
Taylor Augustine (Waterloo): The junior led the Bulldogs in scoring this season at 11 points per game. She also shot 71 percent from the free throw line for Waterloo, which finished one win short of a regional title for the second straight season.
Leia Campbell (Dupo): The senior led the Tigers in scoring at 13 points per game this season. She also averaged nine rebounds and three steals per game for Dupo, which finished with a record of 15-9.
Kalli Farmer (Columbia): The senior took charge for the Eagles this season, leading the team in scoring at 10 points per game. She also averaged four rebounds per game and shot 75 percent from the free throw line for Columbia, which finished at 16-12.
Megan Brown (Dupo): The junior displayed all-around athleticism on the court, averaging 11 points, nine rebounds, four steals and two blocks per game this season for the Tigers. She also advanced to the state three-point shooting contest.
Kathryn Finnerty (Waterloo): The junior used her height to her advantage this winter for the Bulldogs, averaging 10 points, seven rebounds and a blocked shot per game this season. There’s plenty of promise for an even better senior season.
Sydney Luedeman (Waterloo): The sophomore played an essential role for the Bulldogs this season, providing valuable minutes while averaging 7.5 points and 4.5 rebounds per game.
Catherine Deterding (Gibault): The junior showed leadership this season for the Hawks, averaging nine points and 6.6 rebounds per game. She shot 70 percent from the free throw line.
Rachael Donald (Dupo): The senior displayed toughness on the court this winter for the Tigers, averaging eight points and 10 rebounds per game.
Blair Brady (Valmeyer): The junior hopes to build off her successful winter with an even better senior season. She averaged seven points and four rebounds per game for the Pirates.
Courtney Weilbacher (Columbia): The 5-foot-5 junior posted impressive all-around numbers for the Eagles, including seven points and four rebounds per game. She made 30 percent of her three-point attempts this season.
Claire Foster (Columbia), Cheyanne Newland (Columbia), Bethany Brinkmann (Valmeyer), Abbie Meyer (Gibault), Johanna Franke (Valmeyer)