Girls Varsity Basketball
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A pair of Mid-Penn Conference standouts were selected as nominees for the 2020 McDonald’s All-American game, set for April 1 at the Toyota Center in Houston.
State College guard Maya Bokunewicz and Middletown guard Kate Fitzpatrick were among 24 girls basketball players from Pennsylvania to be nominated.
Players are first nominated by coaches, athletic directors, principals or by members of McDonald’s All-American selection committee.
Players must be seniors and in good academic standing to be recognized. More than 530 girls basketball players from across the nation were selected.
The 6-foot Bokunewicz, who signed with Rice last month, is posting 19.1 points per game to lead State College to an 11-3 mark and spot at the top of the Mid-Penn Commonwealth standings. The returning Class 6A all-state wing has chipped in 51 rebounds, 34 assists and 30 steals.
Fitzpatrick, a returning Class 4A All-State pick, leads the Blue Raiders with a 26.6 points per game average in eight games. The 5-5 guard, who is closing in on Middletown’s all-time scoring mark, also has picked up 27 rebounds, 14 assists and 25 steals.
Fitzpatrick will continue her basketball and softball career at Millersville. Harrisburg’s Davon Lee and Cedar Cliff’s Joe Zvorsky were among 11 Pa. boys to be nominated.
The McDonald’s selection committee will vote for the final 24 boys and girls, with East and West rosters revealed later this month.