Polk County junior Kylie Lewis

Polk County’s Kylie Lewis and Bailey Staton have been named to the Mountain Foothills 7 All-Conference girls basketball squad.

Staton, a sophomore, averaged 20.1 points and 3.9 assists per game this season for the Wolverines, who finished 16-11 and reached the second round of the state 1A playoffs.

Lewis averaged 11.1 points and 10.6 rebounds per game in earning all-conference honors for the third consecutive season.

East Rutherford’s Jada Whitesides was named the MF7 Player of the Year, with Cavalier head coach Rachel Camp named the Coach of the Year.

The complete All-MF7 squad:

Brevard: Amyiah Robinson

Chase: Montana Honeycutt

East Rutherford: Taniyah Cash, Bella Harris, Kadence Vanover, Jada Whitesides

Hendersonville: Addison Adams, Alana Jackson, Addison Reid

Patton: Karson Pinkerton

Polk County: Kylie Lewis, Bailey Staton

R-S Central: A’lalia Flack, Nykeria Petty

Polk County sophomore Bailey Staton