Emery High School sophomore Tambrie Tuttle was named as a member of the 3A All-State third-team for her outstanding play during the 2019-2020 season.
Playing in each of the team’s 22 games this past season, Tuttle averaged an efficient 10 points per contest and led the team in rebounds with six per game. Also leaving her mark on the defensive side of the ball, Tuttle averaged 1.5 steals and one block per game.
Tuttle’s season-high came in a late region game against the Richfield Wildcats. Pouring in 20 points on 6-16 shooting, she also managed to haul in 11 rebounds to go along with two assists.
Seniors Kiri Cook and Hailey Allred received honorable mentions for their consistent play and contributions in the latest season.
Allred led the Lady Spartans in scoring with 10.8 per tilt, while grabbing four rebounds and dishing out two assists per game. Scoring a season best 22-points in the regular season finale against Grand, Allred also notched back-to-back 18 point performances against San Juan and South Sevier.
Cook ended second on the team in both points and rebounds during a steady senior campaign. Ending with averages of 10.2 points and 5.2 rebounds per game, Cook gave the Lady Spartans a solid presence inside the paint.
The Emery Lady Spartans finished the 2019-2020 season with an overall record of 11-11, while going 4-6 in Region 12 play. The season ended in the second round of the 3A State Tournament with a two-point loss to the San Juan Broncos.