S-E’s Cole Named Center State Conference Division I Most Valuable Player

By: Meagan Schulz

S-E’s Cole named Center State Conference Division I Most Valuable Player Sherburne-Earlville junior Tessa Cole prepares to play defense in a game against Clinton earlier this season. Cole was named as the Center State Conference Division I Most Valuable Player and was Section III’s fourth leading scorer for the 2019-2020 season. (Evening Sun Photo, Meagan Schulz)

Four more Marauders receive all-star nods

SHERBURNE – The Center State Conference (CSC) released the 2019-2020 girls and boys basketball All-Stars on Monday following the state’s announcement that the rest of the winter sports season was canceled.

Sherburne-Earlville junior Tessa Cole was named as the CSC Division I Most Valuable Player for the season.

Starting the year just 250 points shy of 1,000 points for her career, Cole reached the milestone on January 14 against Clinton with a 3-point field goal. The junior helped lead the Marauders to an 8-13 overall record and a third place finish in the division (7-9).

Cole ended the year as Section III’s fourth leading scorer with 491 points in the 21 games played, averaging 23.4 per game. On December 14, Cole scored a season and career high of 35 points against Bainbridge-Guilford – one of her five 30-plus point games.

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