Kelcis Shields, Megan Warin, Tess Shields and Macy Larsen all made the Pride of Iowa All-Conference teams this season.
Kelcie Sheilds and Megan Warin made the first team and Macy Larsen and Tess
Shields made the second team with being an unanimous decision.
Kelcie Shields played all 25 games for the Raiderettes this season, averaging a team high [of] 19.6 points per game and scoring 490 points total this
season. Shields made 63.9 percent of her shots, sinkin 204-of-319. Battling under the boards, she spent a lot of time at the free throw line, hitting 82-of-143 attempts for 57.3 perent. Shields recorded 25 assists as well. Defensively,
Shields had 28 steals and a team high [of] 82 blocks. She recorded 9.8 rebounds per game and had a total of 244 rebounds, another team high, 94 of which were offensive and 150 defensive.
Megan Warin played all 25 games for the
Raiderettes as well and was the team's second leading scorer, recording 13.2 points per game and accumulating 331 points in total. Warin hit 42.6 percent of her shots within the paint, making 121-of-284 and making 32-of-116 three
point shots for a 27.6 percent rating. Warin also made 60 perent of her free throws, siking 57-of-95 and recorded 73 assists. Defensively, Warin led the team in steals with 49 and recorded one block. Under the board, Warin
recorded 2.6 rebounds per game for a total of 64, comprised of 16 offensive and 48 defensive rebounds.
Macy Larsen also played all 25 games and made it to the second team All-Conference. Larson averaged 6.3 points per
game and totaled 158 points. The points came from 52-of-158 field goals made, 32.9 percent, and a team high of 35 three pointers made out of 103 attempts for a 34 percent efficiency. She had a 48.7 free throw efficiency, making
190of 39 shots along with 88 assists. Defensively, Larsen had 37 steals and two blocks and she averaged 1.6 rebounds per game with 40 totaled over the season, five offensive and 35 defensive.
Tess Shields also
played all 25 games, averaged 9.2 points per game and scored 231 points for the Raiderettes this season. She had a 50.9 ercent field goal efficiency, making 87-of-171 field goals under the board and made 18-of-42 shots from the
arch for a team high [of] 42.9 percent efficiency. Shields made 68.4 percent of her free throws, sinking 39-of-57 and recorded a team high [of] 102 assists. Defensively, Shields recorded a team high [of] 43 steals and had seven
blocks and was second in rebounds per game, averaging 6.8 and grabbed 170 rebounds this season, 62 of which were offensive and 108 which were defensive.
Rhett Murphy and Kyle Dolecheck made the Pride of Iowa
All-Conference Basketball teams this year. Murphy made the first team and Dolecheck made the second team.
Murphy played all 22 games for the Raiders and had the highest field goal percentage on the team at 56.8 percent,
making 109-of-192 and had a 51.5 percent free throws percentage making 53-of-103 this season. Murphy also had the highest points per game at 12.3 and scored the most points for the Raiders, scoring 271 this season. In the
22 games he played, Murphy had 16 assists, 10 steals and four blocks and logged 7.2 rebounds per game with a total of 159 comprised of 48 offensive and 111 defensive rebounds.
Dolecheck played a total of 18 games this
season, after being sidelines with an injury for the first few games. Dolecheck still it 46.3 percent of his field goals inside the pain, sinking 88-of-190 shots and scoring 219 points in the 18 games, averaging 12.2 points per game.
Dolecheck also recorded a 33.3 percent three point scho percentage, making 13-of-39 shots and had a 58.8 free throw percentage, dropping 30-of-51 free throws. He also recorded 17 assists on the season. Defensively,
Dolecheck had 19 steals and 12 blocks and led the team in rebounds with 170 total, averaging 9.4 rebounds per game with 61 offensive rebounds and 109 defensive rebound.
Photograph courtesy of Mount Ayr Record-News
Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, August of 2016