Ashley Bright is ‘Player of the Week’

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The Ohio River Valley Conference has released its list of “Top Performers” and “Players of the Week” in girls and boys basketball for the week of November 27th through December 2nd.

In girls basketball, Lady Pacer Ashley Bright was named as the “Player of the Week” for her 36 points, including four three-pointers, 63-percent field goal shooting, seven assists, and seven steals in two games.

She shared the award with Kendall Withered of Southwestern.

Switzerland County players Tanya Sefton and Amber Smith were honored as “Top Performers.”

Tanya Sefton was honored for her 12 points and six assists against South Decatur.

Amber Smith was honored for her 11 points and seven rebounds against Milan.

The conference also released its individual statistical leaders through December 2nd.

Ashley Bright ranks fourth in scoring with an average of 14.4 points per game; is second in the number of three-pointers made with nine; is eighth in field goal percentage at .473; and is fourth in freethrow percentage at .786.

Lady Pacer April Thieman ranks first in the ORVC in field goal percentage at .650; and Tanya Sefton ranks eighth in freethrow percentage at .730.

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In boys basketball, Pacer Travis Webster was honored as a “Top Performer” for his 36 points, 15 rebounds, six assists, and five steals over a two game period.

Jacob McVey of Southwestern and Matt Gehl of Jac-Cen-Del shared “Player of the Week” honors.

In individual statistics:

Travis Webster is fourth in scoring with an average of 16.7 points per game; is fifth in rebounding with an average of 6.1 per game; is second in freethrow percentage at .870; is tied for third in assists with 11; and leads the conference in the number of three-pointers made with nine.

Jordan Hinman ranks third in field goal percentage at .560; and is ninth in rebounding with an average of five rebounds per game.

Kyle Green is 10th in rebounding with an average of 4.8 per game; and is tied for sixth in the number of three-pointers made with four.

T.J. Sefton and Mark Sharp are both tied for third in the conference in assists with 11 apiece.