Beckwith, Lehmann Receive Mid-State All-Conference Honors

Front, Bobbi Beckwith, Jenna Lehmann. Back, Jaime Kennedy, Brett Temme, Beau Beckwith, Trey Sorell (Photo courtesy Kathy Gladem, Boone Central Schools)Boone Central senior Bobbi Beckwith and junior Jenna Lehmann were named to the 2010-11 Mid-State All-Conference basketball team by league coaches this past week.
Junior Jaime Kennedy received Honorable Mention in girls voting. On the boys side, senior Trey Sorell, junior Brett Temme and sophomore Beau Bremer received Mid-State Honorable Mention.
Beckwith led the Boone Central girls to a splendid 18-5 season during which the Lady Cardinals finished 6-1 in conference play and 2-1 (3rd place) in the Mid-State tournament. The talented senior topped Card scorers (12.1 ppg) and led the team in free throws made (67) and free throw percentage (.670). She was second in assists (3.8) and steals (2.6), third in rebounds (4.4) and second in 3-point field goals (38). She finished as Boone Central’s career scoring leader (906 points) and ranks among the top 10 in 11 Cardinal career and season charts.
Lehmann was the force in the middle for Boone Central during the ‘10-11 campaign. The 6-foot-2 junior averaged 10.3 points, 4.3 rebounds and 2.2 blocked shots per game. She led the team in 2-point field goals (99) and 2-point percentage (.532) and took over the top spot on the career blocked shot list (90) while recording the second-best season total (51) in Cardinal history.
Kennedy was also one of the best underclassmen in the Mid-State Conference, averaging 11.7 points per game and leading BC in rebounds (5.0), assists (3.9) and steals (3.2).
Sorell was the senior leader on a young Boone Central boys squad that finished 9-14 this past season, averaging 9.3 points per game and leading the Cards in assists (3.3) and steals (2.1). Temme topped Boone Central in scoring (9.9) and rebounding (6.5) in 2010-11 and blocked more than a shot per game. Bremer came on strong during his sophomore season, averaging 6.1 points and 5.9 rebounds per game and leading BC in blocked shots (2.4). The 6-foot-5 center also had 20 steals and was second in field goal percentage (.475).

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