Utica High School's Abbie Corbett and Heath's Megan White were named to the Super 12 girls basketball team as selected by ThisWeek.

Utica High School's Abbie Corbett and Heath's Megan White were named to the Super 12 girls basketball team as selected by ThisWeek.

•After playing behind two standouts at point guard, Corbett, a senior, made the most of her only season as a starter, establishing a single-season program record for assists (165) and the eighth-best point total (384). She averaged 18.3 points, 7.9 assists and 7.6 rebounds as the Redskins finished 18-3 overall and won a share of their fourth MBC title in five seasons.

"This year, it was solely in her hands," coach Michelle Snow said. "She handled the basketball 90 percent of the time."

Corbett, who was named first-team all-state in Division II and was the district Player of the Year, will continue her career next year at Denison. Corbett departs with the second-highest career assist total (332) in program history while also ranking fourth in total 3-pointers (67), ninth in steals (190) and 10th in points (768).

•Had she not missed the final eight games of her sophomore season with a knee injury, White almost assuredly would have broken the program record for career points, finishing with 1,658 to rank second behind only Jennifer Grandstaff's 1,708.

White, who averaged 20.6 points as a senior, was first-team all-state in Division III and was the district Player of the Year for a second time.

A Tennessee-Martin recruit, White scored at least 20 points 13 times as the Bulldogs finished 18-5 overall and shared the MSL-Ohio title. The team posted a combined 62-22 record with her in the starting lineup.

"It's going to be tough taking the court without her next year," coach Doug Griffin said of White, a four-year starter at shooting guard. "We'll just have to find a way to move on."

New Albany senior guard Hannah Robertson was named captain of the team.