Margaret Affeld, Delaware Valley

The junior guard has already captured a career record for the Terriers.

Affeld knocked down three 3-pointers in a Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex win over Phillipsburg on Saturday to become the program’s all-time leader from long distance with 112 3s. She passed the previous mark of 110 set by Haley Pilone.

Affeld, who also has the single-season 3-point record (59 as a sophomore), scored 23, 17 and 14 points as the Terriers beat Pingry, Voorhees and Phillipsburg, respectively. She is averaging 14.9 points and 2.7 3s per game.

Honorable mention: Jr. G Kion Andrews, Allen; Sr. G Allie Best, Voorhees; Jr. G/F Alix Buskirk, Whitehall; Sr. C Aja Blount, Northampton; Sr. F Tessa Brugler, Nazareth; Sr. G/F Veronica Christ, Delaware Valley; Queenbet Sr. F Jessica Durnin, Nazareth; Fr. C Maya Ettle, Moravian Academy; Sr. G/F Marissa Fernandez-Tierney, Bangor; Sr. G Kelsey Gorman, Notre Dame; Sr. G Kristina Harrell, North Hunterdon; Sr. G Blair Hoffmaster, Belvidere; Jr. G Linnaea Leister, Palmerton; Jr. F Leighanna Lister, Northwestern; So. G Nicole Mallard, Warren Hills; Sr. G Caylin Meikrantz, Salisbury; Sr. F Cecily Redfern, Moravian Academy; So. G Jada Saeger, Northern Lehigh; Sr. G Amber Sagan, Hackettstown; Jr. G Kyla Smith, Easton; So. G Olivia Snyder, Southern Lehigh; So. F Kassidy Stout, Parkland; Sr. G Mileisha Troche, Allen; Jr. G Kelly Vuz, North Warren; Sr. F Tessa Zamolyi, Bethlehem Catholic.

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