FRAMINGHAM – Two Framingham High basketball players made the all-star teams for the Bay State Conference.
Framingham junior Vienna Monestime was named to the All-Star Team, while freshman Nicole Moran was an honorable mention for the Conference All-Star team.
Framingham was just under .500 this season, which is a huge leap from last year’s 1-19 record.
“Vienna is a silent leader that brought a sense of calm to our team. Her presence on the court was not flashy or loud, yet consistent,” said head coach Kristen Audet-Fucarile.
Monestime ended her season with 154 points, 104 rebounds, and 34 steals.
“She was an aggressive player that got to the foul line often, and answered with a 65% foul shooting percentage,” said Audet-Fucarile “Vienna is a player that has started to make a name for herself in our league. She has many pieces that are starting to come together and when they all do she will be a player stunning player to watch next season.”
“Nicole played a large roll for us this season as a freshmen starter. Someone that was a consistent contributor and a team player that brought out a high amount of energy on the court for us,” said her coach.
“She is a fierce defender that led our team in rebounds with 151. She was also our leading scorer with 183 points. Stats aside she wasn’t afraid to shake up this Bay State league with her presence on the court. She was highly respected by her teammates and most of all she was someone that could be trusted to do what was best for the team,” said Audet-Fucarile.