File- Van Wert’s Erin Morrow dribbles against a St. Marys defender during Western Buckeye League play this season. Morrow led the Lady Cougars in scoring and rebounding during the 2013-14 season, earning her a first team all-conference selection. (TB file photo)
File- Van Wert’s Erin Morrow dribbles against a St. Marys defender during Western Buckeye League play this season. Morrow led the Lady Cougars in scoring and rebounding during the 2013-14 season, earning her a first team all-conference selection. (TB file photo)
By John Parent
Times Bulletin Sports Editor
sports@timesbulletin.com
VAN WERT — The coaches of the Western Buckeye League announced their all-league selections over the weekend and Cougar sophomore Erin Morrow was named first-team all-conference.
Morrow averaged 13.0 points per game and 6.7 rebounds per contest for the Lady Cougars, who completed an 18-4 regular season before losing in the sectional finals. Joining Morrow on the all-WBL first team was Bath Madison Dakin and Danielle Van Dyne, Kenton’s Brooke Bostelman, Wapak’s Sara Warner and Kristen Miller of Ottawa-Glandorf.
Miller was named WBL Player of the Year.
Junior center Alexis Dowdy missed the final two regular season games for the Lady Cougars, but still averaged better than 11 pointer per game and more than six rebounds a night. Those

numbers earned her a spot on the all-WBL second team, along with Bath’s Alyssa Manley and Elida’s Abby Waddle. Carly Buzzard (Wapak) and Elissa Ellerbrock (O-G) were also second-teamers.
Third-team selections were Bri Smith of Bath, Heather Heiby of Celina, Anna Bellman of O-G, Erika Angstmann of St. Marys and Wapak’s Maddi Stiles.
Van Wert senior Cheyenne Handy earned an honorable mention thanks to a season that saw her average 8.5 points per game and an impressive three steals per contest.
Jenna Hollar (Bath, Jenna Berry (Celina), Kylie Downton (Elida), Laura Schrag (Defiance), Ashley Morris (Kenton), Danielle Schroeder (O-G), Reagen Aller (St. Marys), Isabelle Baird (Shawnee) and Megan Watt (Wapak) were also honorable mention all-conference.