All-Gazette basketball: Girls
Player of the Year
Paint Branch, Jr. SG
Most complete player in county, stuffed stat sheet every night for undefeated state-champion Panthers. Repeat first-team member dominated all year, averaging over 21 ppg, 7rpg, 5 apg, nearly 5 spg.
Coach of the Year
Paint Branch, 12th year
Dream season included surpassing 300 career high-school victories, guiding undefeated, 25-0 Panthers to division, regional, state championships, Podosek’s and school’s second state crown (2001).
Jocelyn Bailey, Bullis, Sr., F
University of Delaware signee guided young Bulldogs squad to ISL AA final, producing 21 ppg, 11 rpg from low-post position.
Erin Brown, Whitman, Sr., F
UMBC-bound forward averaged 18.8 ppg, 8.9 rgp to lead Vikings. Team was 50 games over .500 in her four-year career.
Alex Chili, Walter Johnson, Sr., G.
Montgomery County’s purest shooter made 485 3-pointers in four-year varsity career, scoring 2,071 points.
Shanel Harrison, Good Counsel, Sr., F
Versatile Virginia Tech signee compiled averages of 17.9 ppg, 9.1 rpg, 2.8 bpg, 2.5 spg, 2.2 apg, leading Falcons to WCAC final.
Jamie Kaufman, Damascus, Sr., C
Committed to West Virginia-Wesleyan, finished career with 32 points, 19 rebounds vs. Paint Branch in 3A West Region title game.
Khalilah Quigley, Paint Branch, Jr., F
Second member of county’s premier one-two tandem, provided inside muscle for unbeaten Panthers with 19.8 ppg, 10.2 rpg.
Katie Sheahin, Good Counsel, Jr., G
Shut down some of area’s best offensive players while adding 11 ppg, 6 rpg, 4.5 spg and 2.5 apg in ultra-competitive WCAC.
Shontice Simmons, Holy Cross, Sr., G
Ignited Tartans offense with ability to create opportunities for herself (14 ppg), others (5 apg), while also pulling down 6 rpg.
Rachel Stream, Poolesville, Sr., G
All-around athlete did it all for 1A West finalists, leading team in scoring (18.4 ppg) for second straight year, adding 6 rpg, 2.4 spg.
Stephanie Anya, Holy Cross, Jr., C
Provided inside presence with 11 ppg, 10 rpg.
Chelsea Craig, Wootton, Jr., F
Used 6-2 stature to dominate paint with 11.2 ppg, 14.8 rpg.
Porcha Davis, Richard Montgomery, Jr., F
Bruising forward scored 1,000th career point in February.
Nikki Day, Northwest, Sr., F
Part of ‘‘Green-Day” tandem, averaged 16 ppg, 9 rpg
Becca Feldman, Wootton, Sr., G
Emory-bound, 14.2 ppg helped team to another division title.
Deven Green, Northwest, Jr., F
Built on breakout sophomore campaign with 18 ppg, 10 rpg.
Danielle Luckett, Blake, Sr., G
Led Bengals to second straight regional title, averaging13.6 ppg.
Jesse Owens, Magruder, Sr., F
Her 18.6 ppg were nearly 40 percent of team’s total.
Juliette Turner, Kennedy, Sr., G⁄F
Versatile scorer played multiple positions, provided leadership.
Kelsey Wolfe, Seneca Valley, Soph., F
Lynchpin of young team on rise, led team with over 17 ppg.
Sequoia Austin, Holton-Arms, Soph., G
Joy Bettis, Montrose Christian, Sr., G
Barbara Bogin, McLean, Sr., G
Jess Brown, Poolesville , Sr., G
Sunny Conway-Flores, Springbrook, Soph., G
Sophia Corrigan, Holton-Arms , Jr., G
Ashleigh Council, Paint Branch, Sr., G
Audrey Cunningham, Seneca Valley, Soph., G
Danielle Douglas, Blake, Jr., G
Shaday Doyley, Rockville, Sr., G
Meghan Dunn, Sherwood, Sr., G⁄F
Cassandra Hill, Montrose Christian, Jr., G
Jasmine Jones, Gaithersburg , Jr., G
Kara Marshall, Gaithersburg , Fr., G
Jasmine McRoy, Watkins Mill , Fr., G
Marlena Phillips, Churchill, Jr., F
Chelsey Pizano, Churchill, Sr., G
Nikita Reddy, Montrose Christian, Jr., G
Allie Russo, B-CC , Sr., F
Siran Snyder, Good Counsel, Jr., G
Sarah Tekeste, McLean, Sr., F
Alex Vassila, Churchill , Jr., F
Raquel Villacarlos, Damascus, Sr., G