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CN's Goodall selected to 2014 Indiana Girls All-Stars
March 20, 2014Columbus North High School
Columbus North senior Tayler Goodall has been chosen to the 2014 IndyStar.com Indiana All-Stars.
A 5-9 guard, Goodall was one of 13 players selected to the unit that will face the Kentucky All-Stars in a home-and-home series in June, All-Star game director Charlie Hall announced Thursday (March 20).
The first All-Star game will be June 13 at Transylvania University in Lexington, and the rematch will be June 14 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. The All-Stars also will play exhibition games against the Indiana Junior All-Stars on June 9 and June 11 at sites to be determined.
Goodall -- who has signed to attend Florida Gulf Coast University -- averaged 16.3 points, 5.6 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 3.1 steals in helping the Bull Dogs to a 23-3 record in 2013-14. She earlier was honored as team MVP, first-team IBCA/Subway Senior All-State, first-team all-Conference Indiana, first-team All-Area by The Republic and all-tournament at the Subway/Columbus North Invitational.
Now, Goodall becomes the seventh Columbus North girls basketball player to earn a spot on the All-Stars. She joins a prestigious group that includes Debbie Law (1981), Teri Staker (1984), Karen McCaa (1989), Missy Wade (1992), Brittany Bowen (2007) and Courtney Larson (2011).
Others joining Goodall on the 2014 team are Miss Basketball Whitney Jennings of Logansport and 11 other players -- Kayla Brown of Westfield, Sydney Buck of Homestead, Caroline Buhr of Penn, Danielle Cuttino of Ben Davis, Kindell Fincher of Fort Wayne Canterbury, Alex Hochstedler of Fishers, Erica Moore of Mt. Vernon (Fortville), Maura Muesterman of Evansville Mater Dei, Lauren Whitlatch of Bloomington South and Ana Owens and Destiny Washington of Lawrence North.
Eric Thornton of Norwell is the coach of this year's All-Stars. He will be assisted by Amy Brauman of Brownsburg and Gretchen Miles of Washington.
Goodall, who set school records for 3-pointers in a season (73) and a career (144), completed her high school career with 1,291 points to stand second on the school's all-time scoring list. She also finished second on Columbus North's career steals list with 254, fourth in career rebounds with 576 and tied for 11th in career assists with 206.
As a senior, Goodall shot 50 percent from the field, 44 percent on 3-pointers and 89 percent on free throws. Goodall closed her career with a streak of 23 consecutive free throw makes, the third longest free throw streak in CN annals, and she finished her career by making at least one 3-pointer in 36 consecutive games (the final 10 games of 2012-13 and all 26 games of 2013-14).
The roster for the 2014 Indiana Girls All-Stars follows.
2014 IndyStar.com Indiana Girls All-Stars
# Name, School, Height, Pos., PPG, College Choice
1 Whitney Jennings, Logansport, 5-5, G, 32.0, Iowa
2 Maura Muensterman, Evansville Mater Dei, 6-0, G, 22.7, Indiana
3 Alex Hochstedler, Fishers, 5-7, G, 16.1, Walsh (Ohio)
4 Lauren Whitlatch, Bloomington South, 5-11, F, 15.6, Penn
5 Sydney Buck, Homestead, 5-8, G, 17.8, Butler
6 Destiny Washington, Lawrence North, 5-11, F, 10.9, Loyola (Ill.)
7 Tayler Goodall, Columbus North, 5-9, G, 16.3, Florida Gulf Coast
8 Kayla Brown, Westfield, 6-2, G, 18.0, Miami (Ohio)
9 Danielle Cuttino, Ben Davis, 6-2, F, 12.8, Purdue
10 Ana Owens, Lawrence North, 5-6, G, 14.7, Cincinnati
11 Kindell Fincher, Fort Wayne Canterbury, 5-10, G, 25.8, Xavier
12 Erica Moore, Mt. Vernon (Fortville), 6-0, F, 8.0, Purdue
13 Caroline Buhr, Penn, 6-1, F, 11.2, San Diego
Head coach: Eric Thornton, Norwell
Assistant coaches: Amy Brauman, Brownsburg; Gretchen Miles, Washington