Their overall record of 27-2 will ensure their place as one of the best teams in school history.
Their 9-0 record in Ozark Conference play and league championship was another first. Their one point victory over undefeated defending state champion Republic in the district championship game was another highlight.
Now, senior standout Andi Haney has been named the Ozark Conference Player of the Year, another first for the program.
Haney became the school’s all-time leading scorer this season, topping the two thousand point total, while averaging over 23 points per game.
Andi spoke with Ozark Radio Sports, and described the thoughts that went through her mind when she found she had been named the top player in the Ozark Conference:
In a year that featured so many highlights, Andi talked about what she considered her favorite moments:
Haney will be attending Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas, next year where she will be playing with her older sister, Tabby.