• Rick Capone, Sports Editor

WCHS girls’ basketball team announces 2015-16 awards

The Woodford County High School girls’ basketball team hosted its season-ending banquet at the high school on Monday, March 14, to celebrate its final season all together one last time. The very young Lady Jackets’ team finished their 2015-16 season with a 7-23 overall record, a 3-11 region record and a 1-6 district record. They concluded the season in the opening round of the 41st District Tournament at the Frankfort Civic Center on Wednesday, Feb. 27, where they lost to Western Hills in a very close game, 68-66. Woodford loses only three seniors this year, Caitlin Ferguson, Sydney Fugate and Erica Hysell, so it will return almost its entire lineup next season with young players who have gained a year of playing experience. Following the meal at the banquet, Woodford head coach Jay Lucas announced this year’s award winners. The 2015-16 Lady Jacket award winners are: • Highest Field Goal Pct.: Delaney Enlow (57 percent) • Highest Free Throw Pct.: Peyton Rose (74 percent) • Highest 3-Point Pct.: Caitlin Ferguson (40 percent) • Most 3-Pointers Completed: Caitlin Ferguson (88) • Most Rebounds: Delaney Enlow (316) • Most Assists: Peyton Rose (120) • Most Steals: Peyton Rose (63) • Most Deflections: Delaney Enlow (196) • Most Blocked Shots: Delaney Enlow (101) • 110% Award: Peyton Rose • Best Defense Award: Erica Hysell • Rookies of the Year: Delaney Enlow and Abby Moffett • Team MVP: Caitlin Ferguson • Captain’s Award: Caitlin Ferguson, Sydney Fugate and Erica Hysell • Highest Academics: Kassie Cook

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