Bloom Township senior girls basketball player Bria Gaines was named to the Associated Press Class 3A/4A all-state second team, according to Bloom Township coach Ron Newquist.
"As hard as she worked, as much as she meant to her team, she deserves it," Newquist said. "Bria was a major part of our success and our winning a regional title."
Gaines, The Times 2011-12 Player of the Year, averaged 23.4 points, 15.9 rebounds and 4.9 blocks per game for the 23-4 Blazing Trojans.
The Western Kentucky recruit helped Bloom Township to a regional title and a 10-0 Southland Athletic Conference record.
Honors for Ulis: Marian Catholic junior guard Tyler Ulis was named the East Suburban Catholic Conference's player of the year.
Girls Indoor Track & Field
H-F triangular: Homewood-Flossmoor's Chardae Greenlee won the long (15-feet) and triple jumps (35-2) to lead the Vikings to a triangular win.
H-F won with 189 points, while Hinsdale South was second (134). Crete-Monee was third (102).
Other H-F winners were: Megan Magurany (3,200-yard run); Shayna Nwokenkwo (55 dash); Courntey Sally (55 hurdles); Sarah Leganski (1,600); Ebonee Stanton (300); Jade Barrett (pole vault); and Nalani Carter (shot put). The Vikings also won the 640 relay.
Crete-Monee's Chastity Powell won the 800 and the Warriors won the 3,200 and 1,600 relays.