Senior forward Kaitlyn Mullings and freshman forward Sheridan Harris received All-State honorable mention by the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association, capping a season that saw the MPA varsity girls earn a program-record 22 wins and a seventh regional championship.

The two players led the Warriors (22-7) in scoring and rebounding this season, each averaging a double-double.

Mullings averaged 11.7 points and 11.9 rebounds per game, and finished the season by placing second in the state in the 3-point shootout.

Harris also scored 11.7 points per game and grabbed a team-high 13.7 rebounds per game.

This marks the third straight year that coach Tom Drahozal’s program has had an All-State player, following third-team honors and special mention, respectively, for Amaya McLachlan (2019) and Isis Rodriguez (2018), the program’s all-time leading scorers.

The Warriors have a .685 winning percentage since 2009, a run that also included All-State honors for Kierra Morris in 2011.