2012-13 Lady Warriors Basketball

The 2012-13 Lady Warriors, from left to right, were led by seniors Rheanna Cowee, Danielle Simpson, junior Alyssa Garcia, and freshman Dani Peacon. All four players were selected
to the All-SEYL 1st team. The Lady Warriors finished in second place in the SEYL behind league champion Garces Photo's by The Tehachapi News.

Lady Basketball Players named ALL-SEYL

Posted by Tom Shea, The Tehachapi News, on March 28, 2013

The Lady Warriors had one of their best seasons in school history, winning their first playoff game since 2008 and reaching the state playoffs for the first time since 2005.

Players for Tehachapi (23-7; 8-2 SEYL) that received individual recognition in all-league balloting included Danielle Simpson, Rheanna Cowee, Alyssa Garcia and Dani Peacon
making the first team and Kelsey Vance earning honorable mention.

Vance had a strong junior year that produced 52 points along with 84 rebounds, 21 steals and 21 assists.

Below is a breakdown of all first team selections.

Rheanna Cowee - Senior

Cowee was one of the best at her position in Kern County this past season, closing out a stellar senior season with 237 points and a team leading 364
rebounds (12.1 per game) and blocked shots (57). Cowee's honor is her first on the all-league first team.

Danielle Simpson - Senior

The senior was among the best all-around players in league and was among the team leaders in points (332), rebounds (238), steals (93), blocked shots (51) and assists (44).
Simpson's selection is her third-straight to the all-league team, earning first team (rookie of the year) honors in 2011 and second team honors in 2012.

Alyssa Garcia - Junior

The talented guard closed her second year on the varsity team as the team leader in points (333) and was the league leader in steals per game (3.2) and team
leader in steals (95) and free throw percentage (70). Garcia is a two-time selection to the all-league first team.

Dani Peacon - Freshman

Named the rookie of the year in the Southeast Yosemite League, the talented point guard was third in the league with 2.9 assists per game, leading the team
with 86 assists. Peacon was also among the leaders on her team with 261 points and 78 steals.