KRES All-Stars Callie McWilliams and Belle Roush Key South Shelby’s Continued Success

For the third straight season, the South Shelby Ladybirds claimed a district championship and reached the state quarterfinals. Juniors Callie McWilliams and Belle Roush were key contributors for the Ladybirds on their way to both being named to their first KRES All-Star teams. McWilliams averaged 4.2 assists per game to set the single season school record in that category. She credits her teammates for that record.

While McWilliams led the team in scoring with 15.5 points per game, Roush was right behind her averaging 13.8 points and 9.3 rebounds per game. Roush says they made a good tandem

Roush says it was also enjoyable having her sister Charlie starting alongside her.

Charlie averaged just under eight points a game for the Ladybirds. South Shelby suffered a quarterfinal defeat to Centralia to finish 23-7 on the season. McWilliams discusses her memories from the season.

Our series of KRES All-Star interviews continues today and runs through Tuesday afternoon.