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Twinsburg's Taylor Dye voted as Ohio high school girls basketball player was the most-deserving all-star

The sophomore guard is averaging 11.1 points per game for the Tigers

Earlier this month, we asked fans to vote on which player most deserved to be on the SBLive Ohio All-Star girls basketball team that we posted earlier in the season after highlighting some of the top point guards, combo guards, wings, forwards and post players in the state.

The fans have spoken, and Twinsburg sophomore Taylor Dye won the vote with 44.06% of the nearly 50,000 votes cast.

This season, Dye is averaging 11.1 points, 4.5 rebounds and 4.2 assists per game for the Tigers. 

Canton McKinley's Mya Taylor came in second in the vote with 39.26%.