Honeycutt, Larson, Walden earn SEK honors



March 18, 2010 - 12:00 AM

Jazmyne Honeycutt and Seth Walden made their marks on Iola High basketball from long range. Kelsey Larson drives the Iola High Fillies.
All three IHS basketball players received postseason recognition for their efforts in the 2009-2010 season by Southeast Kansas League coaches. The 2010 All-Southeast Kansas League basketball teams were selected following the regular season by the coaches.
Honeycutt, who earned third-team honors last year as a junior, finished her Iola career as one of the top three-point shooters for the Fillies. She was named to the 2010 All-SEK first-team to cap off her senior season.
Honeycutt led the Fillies in scoring with 242 points this year. The 5-8 forward connected on 26 of 102 three-point field goal attempts and was 90 of 420 overall from the field.
Honeycutt moved to third on the career lists for three-pointers made (45) and attempted (165). She is fourth in number of made threes in a season and second on season attempts.
Honeycutt also was 36 of 62 from the free-throw line this season. She led the team with 51 steals plus had 99 rebounds, 20 assists and 20 blocked shots, which also led the team.
Larson, the Fillies’ 5-7 sophomore point guard, guided the Fillies to an 8-14 season.  She was named to the All-SEK third team. The Fillies were 5-11 in SEK play which was seventh.
Larson was Iola’s second leading scorer with 189 points and second in steals with 54. She had 30 assists and 75 rebounds.
Larson shot over 62 percent from the free-throw line, cashing in 60 of 96 attempts. She was 59 of 223 from the field.
Larson could also hit from long range. She netted 11 of 47 three-point attempts, tying for 14th on most made and 13th in attempts in a season.
Walden became the Mustangs’ leader in three-point field goals made and attempted in a single season. The 6-3 senior forward earned All-SEK third-team honors.
Walden drained 51 three-pointers this season as the Mustangs went 5-16 overall and 3-13 in SEK play for eighth place.
Walden was 51 of 146 from beyond the arc. Overall, he was 87 of 228 from the field. He shot 69 percent, 25 of 36, from the free-throw line.
Walden was the Mustangs’ leading scorer with 252 points and led the team with 39 steals. He was second on the team in rebounding with 77.
A story on Mustang and Fillies’ career and season records is being worked on by the Register.

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