Displaying results 1 - 25 of 26 for anne marie holter. Subscribe to this search
Liz Holter, Guard, Seton Catholic: Actually, there are four freshmen who’ve made contributions at various points this season for Seton Catholic, with Holter and the Wirth twins (Jennifer and LeeAnne) seeing the most action for these perennial championship contenders. As is often the case with a 575-enrollment school, Seton coach Karen Self plays freshman, but four is abnormal. Older sister Anne Marie was a standout guard the previous four years, and Liz said her sister’s advice has helped on occasion. Still, Liz has been effective as the No. 1 Sentinels (Div. II) continue their march toward a championship. Self acknowledged plenty of “freshman moments” this season even during this 28-3 season, but playing in Highland’s Thanksgiving weekend tournament, along with the MLK Classic at Grand Canyon University, was designed to show the youngsters about playing in strange environments which are coming up toward the end of the tournament. So, too, was playing a schedule with Mesquite, Mountain Pointe, Highland, Marcos de Niza, and South Mountain. “It’s going to be more physical moving forward,” Liz said. “We push each other around during long practices to get better for this time.”
2013-2014 stats: 4.8 ppg, 3.2 rpg, 3.8 apg, 1.4 spg
All-Tribune First Team
‘Twas not the winter of everyone’s discontent. At least, not for all the basketball players, soccer studs and wrestlers who took their shots, saves and takedowns for glory’s sake and found some.
Without starting point guard Anne Marie Holter (torn ACL on January 29th), No. 2 Seton Catholic looked vulnerable during the early stages of the Division II girls basketball state tournament.
If there is going to be a fourth-straight girls state championship for Seton Catholic it will not be a thing a beauty.
Seton Catholic's quest to retain its status as Division II championship contenders nearly came to an end Friday night after pesky No. 15 Williams Field took the defending champions to overtime before Seton held on for a 49-43 victory.
Kamberee Meskill netted two goals in Perry’s 6-0 win over visiting Desert Ridge in a Division I girls soccer match Friday.
Heather Heild and Anne Marie Holter led host Seton Catholic past Williams Field, 60-42, on Wednesday night.
Chandler Prep's Travis Farschman hit his seventh three-point shot of the game with 15 seconds left in overtime and teammate Jack Hanson stole the ball seconds later to clinch a 62-59 victory over visiting Canyon State, Tuesday.
Not many teams can lose a pair of college-bound stars and be just as good as the year before.
Seton Catholic girls basketball coach Karen Self, left, shares a moment with Anne Marie Holter near the end of the team's Division II semifinal game with Palo Verde, Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012, at Grand Canyon University. The Sentinels went on to win a third consecutive state championship.
Higley’s Darreyl Woodson did all she could to help her team repeat as girls state champions on Saturday in the Division III state track championships at Mesa Community College. But the sophomore couldn’t do enough on her own to overcome an outstanding effort by Cottonwood Mingus.
All-Tribune First Team
Her voice was practically gone after a week of illness and nearly an hour of postgame celebration, but Anne Marie Holter was happy to keep talking about what some would now call a dynasty that's unfolded at Seton Catholic.
No. 1 Peoria vs. No. 3 Seton Catholic
Believe it or not, the Division II girls basketball Tournament has gotten easier for Seton Catholic.
The Seton girls basketball coach Karen Self,left, shares a moment with Anne Marie Holter near the end of the teams game with Palo Verde, Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012, in the Division II State Championship semi-final game at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix. [Tim Hacker/ Tribune]
Seton'sAnne Marie Holter,center, drives to the hoop as Palo Verde's Rachael Anderson,left, puts her arm up to block her, Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012, in the Division II State Championship semi-final game at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix. [Tim Hacker/ Tribune]
Seton'sAnne Marie Holter,center, drives to the hoop in the second half of play against Palo Verde, Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012, in the Division II State Championship semi-final game at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix. [Tim Hacker/ Tribune]
Anne Marie Holter just ignored the big arena, the crowd and the stage, and made some free throws.
Seton Catholic used the three-point line to jump on visiting Arcadia early, and then used the free throw line to finish the Titans off in a second-round Division II girls basketball game Friday.
At Mesquite High School, Chandler beat Vail Cienega 65-21 in the first round of the Division I, Section II girls basketball tournament.
Is anyone better than Seton Catholic in 4A-II girls basketball?
Karen Self doesn’t believe in destiny or omens, good luck or curses.