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C-G's Jakubicek, Huntley's Andrews' sisters honorable mention All-State

Published: Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013 6:29 p.m. CDT • Updated: Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013 6:30 p.m. CDT
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(Monica Maschak – mmaschak@shawmedia.com)
Olivia Jakubicek (right) handles the ball Feb. 8 against Grayslake North in Cary. Jakubicek was named honorable mention All-State.

Cary-Grove’s Olivia Jakubicek and Huntley's Sam Andrews and Ali Andrews were selected as honorable mentions to The Associated Press All-State girls basketball team for Class 4A.

Jakubicek, a 5-foot-10 senior, helped the Trojans to the Fox Valley Conference Valley Division title and the Class 4A Crystal Lake South Regional championship. She finished fourth in area scoring at 16.0 points., 7.9 rebounds and 2.6 assists a game, while shooting 74.8 percent on free throws.

The Andrews sisters have led Huntley (26-6) to its first appearance in the Class 4A State Tournament. Sam, a 6-0 junior, averages 16.1 points a game and has hit 52 3-pointers for the Red Raiders.

Ali, a 6-2 freshman, averages 16.0 points a game, shoots 50 percent from the field and averages 7.4 rebounds a game.

The AP teams are voted on by sports reporters around the state. The Class 4A first team has Rolling Meadows’ Alexis Glasgow, who will play against Huntley in Friday’s 6:30 p.m. semifinal, along with Whitney Young’s Linnae Harper, Edwardsville’s Emmonnie Henderson, Marist’s JeTaun Rouse and Maine South’s Jacqui Grant. The second team was Bloom’s Bria Gaines, Edwardsville’s Kortney Dunbar, Rolling Meadows’ Jackie Kemph, Wheaton Warrenville South’s Meghan Wladron and Peoria Richwoods’ Olivia Elger.

In Class 3A, the first team was Quincy Notre Dame’s Jordna Frericks and Kassidy Gengenbacher, Joliet Catholic’s Jasmine Lumpkin, Morton’s Sarah Livingston and Bishop McNamara’s Khadaisha Sanders.

The second team was Springfield Southeast’s Justice Collins, Montini’s Malayna Johnson and Kateri Stone, Rockford Lutheran’s Rachel Konieczki and Champaign Centennial’s Katelynn Martinez.

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