Makovec plays in all-star game

Centre athlete Shelby Makovec drives inside and looks to pass the ball during the 2015 Kansas Basketball Coaches Association All-Star girls? basketball game Saturday at Kansas Wesleyan?s Mabee Arena. Makovec scored eight points for the blue team, including a buzzer-beating three-pointer as time expired, but in the end, the white team prevailed, 63-58. Makovec has signed with McPherson College to continue her basketball career. Over four years at Centre, the 5-foot, 6-inch guard scored an average of 15.3 points per game, including 19.5 points per game her senior season. Makovec was a first-team All-Wheat State League selection all four years. ?It feels good,? Makovec said of the all-star experience. ?Nothing I've ever experienced. It's a lot of fun. I'm glad to represent Centre. It's been awhile since they've had an athlete come to this, and I'm glad to be able to represent.? Janae Rempel / Free Press

Centre athlete Shelby Makovec drives inside and looks to pass the ball during the 2015 Kansas Basketball Coaches Association All-Star girls? basketball game Saturday at Kansas Wesleyan?s Mabee Arena. Makovec scored eight points for the blue team, including a buzzer-beating three-pointer as time expired, but in the end, the white team prevailed, 63-58. Makovec has signed with McPherson College to continue her basketball career. Over four years at Centre, the 5-foot, 6-inch guard scored an average of 15.3 points per game, including 19.5 points per game her senior season. Makovec was a first-team All-Wheat State League selection all four years. ?It feels good,? Makovec said of the all-star experience. ?Nothing I’ve ever experienced. It’s a lot of fun. I’m glad to represent Centre. It’s been awhile since they’ve had an athlete come to this, and I’m glad to be able to represent.?

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