• Mike Muncy, Woodford Sun Sports Editor

Delaney Enlow selected as Kentucky Junior All-Star

Delaney Enlow was chosen as one of only 15 girls selected by the Kentucky Association of Basketball coaches for the Kentucky Junior All-Star team. The team will compete against Indiana’s Junior All-Stars June 2 in Kentucky and June 3 in Indiana. Times and locations will be announced at a later date.

Enlow joins an elite team with some of the best players in the state. Enlow was impressive last season, leading her team with an average of 18 points per game. She also led in free throws scored (132), two pointers scored (211) and total points overall (557). Enlow was also relentless on defense, pulling down 400 rebounds last season. The Kentucky Girl Junior All-Stars: Maddie Scherr (Ryle), Ta’Ziah Jenks (Mercy), Kristen Clemons (Sacred Heart), Shelby Calhoun (Christian Academy), Charlee Settle (Calloway County), Kendall Wingler (Meade County), Kennedy Igo (George Rogers Clark), Malea Williams (Scott County), Lexi Taylor (Bullitt East), Hannah McKay (Owensboro Catholic), Whitney Hay (Elizabethtown), Ally Collett (South Laurel), Destinee Marshall (Sacred Heart), Delaney Enlow (Woodford County), and Hope Sivori (Mercy).

The Kentucky Boy Junior All-Stars: Marques Warrick (Henry Clay), Dayvion McKnight (Collins), Tyren Moore (Male), Jackson Sivills (McCracken County), J.J. Traynor (Bardstown), Ksuan Casey (Madisonville-North Hopkins), Luke Morrison (South Oldham), Kenny White (Madisonville-North Hopkins), Howard Fleming (Male), Thomas Spencer (Wayne County), Brayden Sebastian (Garrard County), Cody Potter (Shelby Valley), Alex Matthews (John Hardin), and Rashad Bishop (Ballard).


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