On the basketball court, a trio of section 4 standouts get recognized, and one gets the ultimate honor.
Harpursville senior Hannah Kimmel was named the co-player of the year in class "C".
She averaged better than 30 points a game and led her Hornets to the class "C" state title game.
Kimmel finished her career with 2,692 points, the most ever in section 4 history, and the 7th highest total in the New York State record book.
She also averaged 9 and a half rebounds a game and 4 steals a game.
Next season she will play at division 1 Sacred Heart.
Last year Kara McDuffee of Tioga Central was a co-player of the year.
She joins Kimmel on the class "C" first team.
McDuffee averaged better than 22 points a game her senior season and finished her Tioga career with over 2-thousand points.
After reaching the state finals last year, McDuffee helped lead the Tigers to the section 4 finals this season.
And the only other section 4 standout to reach 1st-team all state honors was Sienna Wisse from Oneonta.
She was named 1st team in class "B" for the second straight season after averaging close to 15 points a game.
She helped the Yellowjackets win their 4th straight sectional title.
She finishes #2 on Oneonta's all time scoring list.
In class "A" Owego's Brittany Rando was named to the state second team with Hannah Runyon of Norwich on the fourth team, and Maine-Endwell teammates Lauren Kozlowski and Emily Birchall on the sixth and eighth teams.