CARSON CITY — The honors keep coming in for the Carson City-Crystal girls basketball team.
Of the eight players on the team at the beginning of the season, four were named as all-conference in the Central Michigan Athletic Conference.
Guards Sara Schneider and Mikayla Duflo were named to the first team, and Mackenzie Geister and Hailey Geister were honorable mention.
Schneider, a senior, averaged nine points a game and broke the school record for best free throw percentage in a seasonwith 86.2 percent.
“Sara is a four year starter and was instrumental in helping this program turnaround,” CC-Crystal coach Larry Farmer said. “Sara is a joy to coach and she will be missed.”
Duflo, a freshman, averaged 10.7 points per game in 2011-2012. She also set a school record for most three-point goals made in a season with 51.
“Mikayla is a good defender and a great passer,” Farmer said. “Mikayla is smart, competitive and a great teammate.”
Mackenzie Geister averaged five rebounds and 7.5 points a game as a sophomore.
“Mackenzie was a good rebounder, passer and ball handler,” Farmer said. “She had several games in double figures and is a tough matchup for most teams.”
Hailey Geister was a junior who averaged 6.2 points a game and was 21-of-28 from the free-throw line for 75 percent.
“Hailey made some very timely shots this season,” Farmer said. “Hailey is a good shooter and a much improved defender.”
The Eagles finished with a record of 18-5 on the season and won a share of the CMAC title — their first since 1983.