The girls basketball program at Oakdale High School had its annual end of season awards gathering recently and honors were handed out to all three levels of Lady Mustang basketball.
The varsity team honored six players. Aidyn Hill was named Mustang Award recipient and the Most Inspirational Player was Jadyn Rau. Defensive Player of the Year was awarded to Afton Daley. Alicia Platt was named Most Outstanding Player. Amber Robinson was named Team Captain Award winner and Madison Jones was named Most Improved Player. As a team the varsity girls found some success, as they made the postseason for the first time in over a decade.
At the junior varsity level, the team presented four awards. Savannah Borba took the Mustang Award. Halena Hill was named Best Offensive Player. Kassidy Fmura won the Most Improved Player Award and Kalynn Cavanaugh won Coach’s Award. The team finished with an overall record of 18-9 and went 7-5 in Valley Oak League play.
The freshman girls handed out four awards to their players. Hayden Morton earned the Most Dedicated Award. Jennifer Castro was named Best Offensive Player. Best Defensive Player went to Kennedy Jones. Addie Szuggar was honored with the Most Valuable Player Award. In their first season at the high school level the girls finished with a record of 12-13 overall and were 3-7 in the Valley Oak League.