Three Lady Blue Devils earn All-DVC honors

By From page B1 | March 11, 2014


DHS junior Emma Stenz (24) averaged a double-double this winter to earn a spot on the All-Delta Valley Conference first team. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise file photo

Davis High girls basketball standouts Emma Stenz and Katie Grahn were selected to the All-Delta Valley Conference first team recently as Monterey Trail’s Jasmine Redmon earned Player of the Year.

Blue Devil sophomore Sophie Seng was given honorable mention status.

Stenz, who averaged 14.2 points per game and 11.9 rebounds an outing, and Grahn (9.8 ppg with four boards) are both juniors.

“(Stenz) was an outstanding leader on and off the court,” DHS coach Karen Foster told The Enterprise. “She worked extremely hard. Her field goal percentage was 52 percent.

“Emma ended the season with 18 double-doubles … a remarkable feat.”

Stenz also was given the Devil program’s Denise Curry Award, signifying the team’s MVP.

Foster said Grahn was “our ever-ready basketball player.”

“She was determined to do whatever it took to help her team get that victory, whether it be offense, defense, a stop, an assist, a putback or a steal,” continued Foster. “She was going to get it done.”

Grahn took home Davis’ top defensive award.

Seng was the locals’ sixth man and drew praise from Foster: “She did an outstanding job learning what it takes to play at the varsity level. She was very effective on our trapping defense and led our team in blocked shots.”

The Blue Devils (17-10, 7-3 in DVC) lost 64-57 to Enochs in the first round of the Sac-Joaquin Section tournament.

Enterprise staff

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