Liebow is named basketball All-Star
Daley, a senior and the daughter of Heidi and Rocky Daley, of Pittsfield, is a three-year varsity player who joined the starting lineup this year and was a team captain for the Hurricanes. She averaged 10.7 points, 8.3 rebounds, and 3.4 assists per game while playing as a guard and forward. Outside of basketball, she is also an accomplished dancer.
Liebow, a junior and the daughter of Kimberly and David Liebow, of Townshend, Vt., joined Miss Hall's this year from Vermont and was a valuable starter for the Hurricanes. She averaged 10.25 points, 3.5 rebounds, and 2.6 assists per game, splitting time between the point guard and shooting guard positions.
"Shae played a huge role in our success this year," said MHS varsity girls basketball coach and director of athletics Brad Horth. "She was a real jack-of-all-trades player who filled a stat sheet in just about every game she played. She is not afraid to get inside and mix it up with the bigger players, but she also has the ability to stretch out and knock down a three-pointer. We will miss Shae's physical toughness and leadership next year."
"Julianne also played a big role for us this season," coach Horth added. "She is a sharp-shooting guard, led the team in three-pointers made, and did a good job of putting herself in position to knock down open looks. We look forward to having Julianne back next year and think she will contribute in even bigger ways for us."
Both Daley and Liebow played in the league all-star game held March 4 at Noble and Greenbough School, in Dedham, Mass.
Founded in 1898, Miss Hall's School was one of the first all-girls boarding schools established in New England. Today the school is a nationally recognized, boarding and day independent secondary school that combines an exceptional college-preparatory curriculum with two acclaimed leadership programs, Horizons and the Girls' Leadership Project. Both programs are central to the belief that, in addition to outstanding academic preparation, girls need additional skills that allow them to step confidently into college and beyond, when they will be expected to communicate effectively and authentically, voice opinions with resolve and respect, and be comfortable having influence, leading change, and contributing boldly and creatively to the common good.
Miss Hall's School currently enrolls 212 girls, representing 14 states and 19 countries. For more information, call 1-413-443-6401 or visit the school's website at www.misshalls.org.
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