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Plant City, Plant dominate team

Published Oct. 16, 2005

Its only proper that the best teams in the county dominates theselections to the Western Conference's American and National Division teams.

Plant City, which completed the season 21-1 and won the American Division title with a 12-0 record, placed three players - Jill Woodbury, Kenya Sykes and Sheron Smith - on the first team.

Woodbury, a senior guard, was selected as the Player of the Year in the American Division.

The teams were selected by coaches in a meeting at Plant City High Tuesday night.

"The coaches realized that when you've got the best team you should have the best players and they deserve to be there," Plant City coach Chipper Bills said. "I'm real proud of them. They had a great year."

In the National Division, it was Plant that dominated the first team.

The Panthers, who claimed their first Western Conference title by winning the National Division with a 10-2 record, placed two players - Amy Bagby and Sonya Seago - on the first team.

Bagby, a junior center, and East Bay's Ana Rosario, a senior guard, were named Co-Players of the Year in the National Division.