Posted On: 11/17/19 5:00 AM

MacKenzie Maynard, Belfry - Maynard was the best shot-blocker in the state last season, regardless of class.  She blocked 6.9 shots per game last year, almost double what the next best shot-blockers averaged.  Her absolute dominance defending the rim was unmatched, and should only improve this season.

Kelsie Woodard, Menifee County - Woodard was a strong inside presence last year.  She averaged 2.8 swats per game last season as a great rim protector.  With her size and skills on the interior, opponents should think twice about driving against Woodard this year.

Tompkins Kenady, Scott County -  Another superb interior presence, Kenady also dominated in the post last season.  She averaged 1.0 block per game as part of this inside game.  Kenady should only continue to refine her already excellent interior presence moving forward.

Abby Siekman, North Hardin Christian - Defense was the strongest part of Siekman's game last season.  She averaged .7 blocks per game in somewhat limited minutes.  With more opportunities in the future, Siekman should be able to refine her shot-blocking and have an even bigger impact.

Sofia Allen, Scott - Allen was a tremendous all-around defender last year.  Part of this overall defensive prowess included blocking .7 shots per game.  This

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