Game Night Live Rewind: 5A Girls Basketball End Of Season Awards
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Great basketball was played throughout the state an in particular the 5A classification in girls high school basketball.
The Game Night Live Rewind crew handed out their end of season awards, including the 5A MVP, Coach of the Year and the Legacy Award.
5A MVP: Alyssa Blanck, Olympus
Alyssa Blanck had a great season for the Titans, averaging 18 points and 11 rebounds per game. She was the only Olympus player to average double figures. The Titans finished with a 19-6 record before losing to Farmington in the 5A semifinals.
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5A Coach Of The Year: Holli Averett, Springville
Averett led the Red Devils to a 22-2 record in 2021, which ended with a buzzer-beating layup to beat Farmington in the 5A Championship game. She is in her second season as the head coach and has taken Springville to the championship game both seasons.
5A Legacy Award: Macie And Maddie Warren, Lehi
The Game Night Live crew mentioned that you can’t talk about 5A girls basketball over the last four years without talking about the Warren twins from Lehi.
It was a great season for the Pioneers, finishing with a 20-4 record before falling to Springville in the semifinals. Lehi reached the semifinals in 2020 after a 23-1 record. Then in 2019, they went 21-4 with another loss in the semifinals and once again in 2018 in 4A. This past season, the Warren twins were the top two scoring leaders for the Pioneers. Maddie averaged 13.3 points and Macie averaged 12 points per game.
For more on the awards handed out by Game Night Live Rewind, check out the video at the top of the story.