All League-All States teams named |

All League-All States teams named

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Whittell's Danika Bunnett was named the Tahoe Basin League girls MVP for the 2013-2014 season.
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Tahoe Basin Ski League All League-All States team


Chad Kaassamani, South Tahoe

Tyler Cottrill, Douglas

Grant Dunkelman, Douglas

Tristan Deatherage, South Tahoe

Harry Gross, North Tahoe

Ryan Connor, North Tahoe

Grant Swift, South Tahoe

Colin Gerrard, Truckee

Lucas Early, North Tahoe

Grant Fagan, South Tahoe


Danika Bunnett, Whittell

Madison Idso, Whittell

Natalie Allen, South Tahoe

Cheyanne Brown, Truckee

Katie Sears, South Tahoe

Sierra Bedwell, South Tahoe

Emma Sproehnle, North Tahoe

Emma Knoebel, Carson

Rose McDonough, South Tahoe

Michael Gardener, Whittell

Maia Bickert, South Tahoe

The Tahoe Basin Ski League has announced their All League-All States team.

The teams are made up of the top athletes from the entire league with the overall most consistent results during the regular season.

The eight-team league had six regular season race days with the first on Dec. 13 and the last on Feb. 11. Each racer earned points based on their race day finishes.

South Tahoe’s Chad Kaassamani finished the season with the most points for boys earning him league MVP.

South Tahoe boys Tristan Deatherage and Grant Fagan were also named.

Danika Bunnett from Whittell was name league MVP on the girls side and Madison Idso and Michael Gardener from Whittell were also named.

South Tahoe girls Natalie Allen, Sierra Bedwell, Rose McDonough and Maia Bickert each earned a spot.

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