Billington and Fuemmeler Join Small List of Four-Time KRES All-Stars

Two names this year are being added to the small list of four-time KRES All-Stars. The first is Moberly’s Grace Billington.

The other is Glasgow’s Jordan Fuemmeler.

Billington and Fuemmeler become the 15th and 16th to join the group. Billington this season broke Moberly’s all-time scoring record and helped guide the Lady Spartans to the state quarterfinals in back-to-back seasons, falling to the eventual champions both years.

Fuemmeler played in the Show Me Showdown as a freshman at Higbee and junior at Glasgow.

Billington will continue her basketball career at Division 1 Murray State.

Fuemmeler says he will make a college decision soon. Coach Mick Cropp has frequently credited him for always giving full effort. Fuemmeler explains that mindset.

We begin our series of KRES All-Star interviews today.


Four-Time KRES All-Stars

Marlesa Perry, Westran (’85-’88)
Sara Unterbrink, Madison (’98-’01)
Lauren Dubbert, Madison (’02-’05)
Jessra Johnson, Fayette (’03-’06)
Scott Humphrey, Salisbury (’03-’06)
Brandie Roberts, Cairo (’05-’08)
Becca Schemmer, Westran (’06-’09)
Jay Lee, Glasgow (’06-’09)
Brennen Hughes, Moberly (’07-’10)
Jon Gilliam, Paris (’07-’10)
Brad Roberts, Cairo (’11-’14)
Jada Summers, Monroe City (’16-’19)
Allison Moore, Paris (’16-’19)
Addison Brownfield, Boonville (’19-’22)
Jordan Fuemmeler, Higbee-Glasgow (’21-’24)
Grace Billington, Moberly (’21-’24)