2013-14 Madison Courier Coach of the Year honorees<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Willie Humes (above left) of Madison and Kerrie Stewart (above right) of Trimble County. Freshman of the Year Kaylee Clifford (below left) and Offensive Player of the Year Paige Black (below right) both of Trimble County. (Courier file photos)
2013-14 Madison Courier Coach of the Year honorees

Willie Humes (above left) of Madison and Kerrie Stewart (above right) of Trimble County. Freshman of the Year Kaylee Clifford (below left) and Offensive Player of the Year Paige Black (below right) both of Trimble County. (Courier file photos)
Repeat selections abound with this year's edition of The Madison Courier Girls Basketball Postseason Awards.

Four of the five First Team selections are holdovers from last year as are four of the five awards. In fact, nearly every player from last year is in the same position this season.

The awards are headlined by Madison junior Olivia Crozier, who was named the Courier's Player of the Year for the second-straight year. The 6-foot-1 rim protector was also named Defensive Player of the Year once again after averaging 9.4 rebounds per game and blocking 44 shots. She also had 41 steals.

Trimble County senior Paige Black averaged 17.5 points per game and was named to the Offensive Player of the Year for a second-straight season. Her scoring average was more than 3 points per game higher than the second-best in the area, Crozier.

Madison coach Willie Humes, who led the Lady Cubs to a 17-3 record and the regional championship game, earned his third-straight Coach of the Year honor. But this time Humes shares the award with Trimble County's Kerrie Stewart, who led the Lady Raiders to a 17-9 record and the All "A" Classic State Quarterfinals.

Crozier and Black are joined on the All-Courierarea First Team by two other holdovers, Madison's Whitney Wynn and Switzerland County's Eve Galbreath. It marks the third-straight year that Wynn has earned the honor.

The newcomer to the First Team is Switzerland County sophomore Brooke Todd, who narrowly beat Southwestern's Debbie Hardy for the spot. Todd, who was the Freshman of the Year last season, started every game at point guard for the Lady Pacers and averaged 12.0 points per game during the Pacers' 14-7 campaign.

Trimble County's Kaylee Clifford was named Freshman of the Year, joining Black who won the award four years ago. Clifford was not the highest-scoring freshman in the area at 9.6 points per game, but she came up big in several big games for the Lady Raiders this season.

Clifford and fellow Trimble County Raider Jessie Dunlap highlight the Second Team, which also includes Hardy, Madison's Macky Hecox and Carroll County's Lauren Moore.

Members of the Third Team were Trimble County's Shelbe Black, Carroll County's Miranda Groseclose, Shawe's Claire Higgins, Southwestern's Cass Lawson and Madison's Alex Thurnall.

Ten different players averaged double figures in scoring, double the number from the past two seasons.

Black easily won the scoring title - her second-straight - but Crozier just edged Galbreath for second, 14.4 to 14.1. Wynn was fourth in the area at 12.8 points per game.

Moore (12.4), Hardy (12.2), Todd (12.0), Higgins (11.5), Groseclose (10.2) and Dunlap (10.0) rounded out the Top 10 in scoring.