Edison State’s Johnson, Siefring honored


PIQUA — Two Edison State women’s basketball players recently were honored by the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference.

Kailah Johnson

Johnson got a double honor.

For the week of Dec. 27-Jan. 2, Johnson was named OCCAC Player of the Week and World Exposure Report Player of the Week.

Johnson stuffed 27 points into just 21 minutes on the floor during a lopsided 101-47 win over Miami University – Middletown.

She reached double-double level, adding 10 rebounds with seven coming on the offensive glass. The sophomore guard shot 62 percent (13-21) from the field and chipped in four assists.

Allison Siefring

Siefring received the OCCAC Player of the Week honor for the ninth time for her play the week of Dec. 13-19.

She did it all in back-to-back Charger victories, totaling 34 points, 18 rebounds (10 offensive), eight steals, five assists, and a block. Siefring began the week with 20 points, seven boards, three steals, and two assists at Wilmington College. The Edison State road trip then stretched to Lorain County for a league game later in the week when Siefring registered a 17-point, 11-rebound double-double-double (along with five swipes) in the OCCAC triumph.

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