Tucker trio named to PVC squad

Harman places two on team for small schools

WV Press Photo Tucker County’s Terra Kuhn, left, and London Hood converge on Parkersburg Catholic’s Leslie Huffman during Class A state tournament play last week. Kuhn and Hood were both selected to the all-PVC squad.

HAMBLETON — Three members of Tucker County girls basketball team have been selected to the all-Potomac Valley Conference squad.

Senior forward Terra Kuhn, sophomore guard London Hood and freshman Kadie Colebank were named to the single-A team for large schools.

The trio helped lead the Lady Mountain Lions to their 16th straight state tournament appearance this season.

Kuhn averaged 19 points per game. She was captain of the all-state second team as a junior.

Hood and Colebank also averaged in double figures in scoring.

Hood tossed in 14 points per game and Colebank hit for 10.1 ppg.

Tucker County was the seventh seed in the postponed state tournament, falling to No. 2 Parkersburg Catholic on Thursday in the final game before the event was put on hold.

The remainder of the team included Moorefield’s Remi Hinkle, Lindsey Rinker and Madison McGregor, East Hardy’s Katee Short and Pendleton County’s Ana Young.

Harman seniors Natalie Teter and Emily Marple were selected to the all-PVC 1A small-school team.

The remainder of the squad included senior Chasity Broadwater and sophomores Bridgette Knapp and Olivia Bomboy from Union, along with junior Halle Gaither and senior Trista Abrell from Paw Paw.


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