Bureau County players have landed on the 2021 Three Rivers All-Conference boys and girls basketball teams.
Hall senior Jaclyn Cinotte and St. Bede junior Lia Bosnich were the leading ladies on the girls team as the only unanimous selections. Princeton senior Taylor Quiram and St. Bede junior Renn Ludford joined them on the First Team along with seniors Kara Schipper of Erie-Prophetstown and Skylar Savage of Newman.
Princeton junior McKenzie Hecht, Bureau Valley junior Kyra Stoller and Hall freshman McKenna Christiansen were each named to the Second Team. They were joined by Ailynn Duarte of Kewanee, Makenzie Glassburn of E-P, Jordan Morthland and Bella Trancoso of Newman, all seniors.
Honorable Mention went to senior Teghan Tillman and junior Ryann Stoudt of St. Bede along with seniors Brynlee Hermeyer of Newman, Ella Heyvaert and Baylee Anderson of E-P and sophomore Emma Crofton of Kewanee.
For the boys, Princeton senior Jamie Reinhardt and Hall senior Trez Rybarczyk were unanimous selections along with juniors Niko Powe of Kewanee and Marcus Williams of Newman. Bureau Valley junior Carter Salisbury also earned First Team honors along with E-P junior Kolby Franks.
The Second Team included Hall senior Payton Plym, St. Bede junior Luke Story and Princeton sophomore Teegan Davis. Other selections were seniors Tayvian Taylor of Kewanee, Bryce Rosenow of E-P and Luke Jungerman of Newman.
Princeton junior Kaden Monroe and sophomore Grady Thompson, Hall sophomore Mac Resetich and Bureau Valley junior Adam Johnson received Honorable Mention. They were joined by Newman seniors Jake Ackman and Andrew Velasquez, junior Connor Sibley and senior Dawson Haggard of E-P and Kewanee freshman Brady Clark.