Massanet, Mall headline Cenntennial league honors

By Joel Jellison

The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team had four players receive recognition on the 2012 All Centennial League Girls team, including taking the top honor for players and coaches.

Mari Jo Massanet was a near-unanimous selection as the league’s Most Valuable Player. She has been honored on the All-League team for all four years, as she was Newcomer of the year as a freshman, second team as a sophomore, then first team as a junior and senior.  Massanet led the team in scoring, rebounding, assists, steals and blocks and is the school’s all-time leading rebounder and No. 3 scorer.

Manhattan High finished as the undefeated Centennial League Champions, and won its second league championship in the last three years. Coach Scott Mall was also recognized as the League Coach of the Year for taking the team to state for the first time since 1991.

Onyeka Ehie, MHS’ senior point guard, finished on the second team. Ehie led the team in 3-pointers with 30 and was second in scoring with 8.6 points per game, and averaged less than one turnover per game.

Darby Price received Honorable Mention recognition. She was a first-year starter as a sophomore and was second on the team in rebounding and third in scoring

Jenna Crusinberry was chosen for the All League Defensive team.  Crusinberry, a senior and first-year starter, was also one of the team leaders in assists.









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