COLUMBUS -- There may be a question whether Kelsey Mitchell is the best player in her family.
In spite of that she's still a unanimous choice as the 2014 Associated Press Ohio Ms. Basketball, winner of the 27th annual award emblematic of the best girls player in the state.
The Cincinnati Princeton senior, who has led her team to this week's state tournament, is a do-everything guard who averages 24.9 points, 4.5 rebounds, 4.2 assists and 4.1 steals a game.
The 5-foot-8 point guard's twin, 5-11 Chelsea, is also headed to Ohio State. They have twin brothers who also play college ball.
Other finalists included Reynoldsburg's Alyssa Rice, Clyde's Amanda Cahill, Kristen Confroy of Solon, Reedsville Eastern's Jenna Burdette, Laina Snyder of Millersburg West Holmes and Cortland Lakeview's Alli Pavlik.