Amsterdam had three first-team selections as Jackie Stanavich, Andie Gannon and Antonia May all were honored.
Johnstown’s Anna Lee and Broadalbin-Perth’s Makenzie Smith were named second-team all-stars, while Amsterdam’s Sydney Hoefs, Johnstown’s Jaden Wilson and Broadalbin-Perth’s Emma Goebel were named honorable mention.
Queensbury’s Hailey Ballard was named the league’s Most Valuable Player. Hope Sullivan was named a first-team all-star for the Spartans, who won the league title. Queensbury also had Megan O’Connor (second team), Kaileigh Hunt (honorable mention) and Abby Doin (honorable mention) named to the all-star team.
Hudson Falls’ Brinley Inglee rounded out the first-team all-stars.
South Glens Falls’ Sydney Hart and Scotia-Glenville’s Jazmyne Corker were named second-team all-stars.
Glens Falls’ Lexi Cutter and Ashley Bordeaux were named honorable mention, along with South Glens Falls’ Hannah Breen.
Rounding out the honorable mention selections were Schuylerville’s Macey Koval and Scotia-Glenville’s Megan Charnews.
2019-20 Foothills Council Girls Basketball Team
MVP: Hailey Ballard (Queensbury)
Hope Sullivan (Queensbury), Jackie Stanavich (Amsterdam), Andie Gannon (Amsterdam), Antonia May (Amsterdam), Brinley Inglee (Hudson Falls)
Sydney Hart (South Glens Falls), Anna Lee (Johnstown), Makenzie Smith (Broadalbin-Perth), Meghan O’Connor (Queensbury), Jazmyne Corker (Scotia-Glenville)
Kaileigh Hunt (Queensbury), Sydney Hoefs (Amsterdam), Jaden Wilson (Johnstown), Lexi Cutter (Glens Falls), Macey Koval (Schuylerville), Hannah Breen (South Glens Falls), Abby Doin (Queensbury), Emma Goebel (Broadalbin-Perth), Ashley Bordeaux (Glens Falls), Megan Charnews (Scotia-Glenville)