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March 28, 2014

Tonawanda's Herne is the 2013-14 News girls basketball Player of the Year

Tonawanda's Alanna Herne is the 2013-14 News girls basketball Player of the Year

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Tonawanda News — “Me and Alanna have been best friends since seventh grade,” said Compeau. “Growing up with her and playing all these sports together, I couldn’t ask for anyone better to grow up with and share all of these victories and accomplishments with.”

The night before the Warriors played in the program’s first-ever Far West Regional game, Herne was keenly aware of how special this season was. But she also said that years from now, when she gathers with teammates and they reflect on this magical season, the best part won’t be talking about the number of wins or titles won. 

The best part will be reliving those memories together. Just like how they were made.

“Absolutely,” Herne said with a smile. “I love em all. I can’t explain how much I love my team. They are amazing people.”

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