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Athletes awarded at PR-B banquet

The Pine River-Backus girls basketball team recognized their athletes during their banquet on Thursday, March 24. Bailey Wynn was named the team's most valuable player and offensive player of the year. She led the Tigers in scoring with 359 point...

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The Pine River-Backus girls basketball team recognized their athletes during their banquet on Thursday, March 24.

Bailey Wynn was named the team's most valuable player and offensive player of the year. She led the Tigers in scoring with 359 points.

Annie Semmler was named the team's defensive player of the year, while Alyssa Semmler was recognized for earning the most rebounds (216) and blocks (77) on the team.

Gabby Rainwater was named PR-B's rookie of the year, while Emma Barchus earned most improved player honors.

Emma Mills and Shelby Adkins were given the team's "Tiger Award."

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Wynn and Alyssa Semmler were also recognized for being named to the All-Conference First Team. Rainwater was named to the second team and Annie Semmler earned an honorable mention.

The team also held a parent-daughter free throw tournament at the event, won by Gabby and Cheryl Rainwater.

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