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Lady Hounds have 7 players honored by District 28-4A basketball coaches for 2019-2020 season

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    Boerne High’s Jamie Ruede lines up a shot during a game earlier this season as some of her teammates watch from the bench. Ruede, just a freshman, was named the District 28-4A Co-Offensive MVP for the 2019-2020 season. The Lady Hounds finished second in district and advanced to the third round of the 4A playoffs. Star photo: Kerry Barboza
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The Boerne High girls basketball team had 7 players honored by the District 28-4A coaches and one of the Lady Hound players received a superlative award after freshman Jamie Ruede was named District 28-4A Co-Offensive MVP after she averaged more than 20 points a game.

Three other Lady Hounds landed on the 28-4A first team. Senior Shea Dudney, junior Jessica Davila and sophomore Jordyn Lemm were all named to the first team.

Senior Tori Riebel and freshman Natalie Easton were selected to the second team, while senior Julia Everhardus landed on the honorable mention team.

Boerne High finished the year with a record of 27-9 and went 8-2 in district.

The Lady Hounds finished second place in district with their only losses coming to Fredericksburg, who eventually won the region and played at the state tournament for the first time in more than 20 years.

Boerne High opened the playoffs with a win over last year’s regional champ Burnet in Johnson City, 60-33, for their second win over the Lady Bulldogs this season.

In the second round, the Lady Hounds won a close one over Brookshire Royal, 48-42, in Seguin with Ruede hitting a key 3-pointer late to help decide the outcome.

In the third round, BHS jumped out to a big lead over Salado, but the Lady Eagles rallied and defeated the Lady Hounds by three points, 54-51, to end Boerne’s season.