Inside the All-State Girls BB Teams

Reina Sausedo of Ripon was close to being an all-state sophomore after she averaged 21 ppg and was MVP of her league. Jayla Ruffus-Milner, meanwhile, deserves much credit for playing most of the season for Harvard-Westlake with a separated shoulder. Photos: Hudl.com & Harvard-Westlake Athletics.


As the top girls hoops players from the Class of 2018 head off to college while others are starting important summer trips and camps, as promised here are a few more honors to hand out, including our choice as the state’s most inspirational player of the year. We also have more top frosh and sophomores listed, plus details about connection between our 1978 and 2018 State Sophomores of the Year and the first-ever quintuplet to ever gain an all-state honor in any sport.

TO SEE FIRST 10 ELITE PLAYERS PLUS LINKS TO EVERY GIRLS HOOPS ALL-STATE TEAM WE DID THIS YEAR, CLICK HERE.

NOTE: This is a post for CalHiSports.com Gold Club members only, but we’re putting our writeup on the state’s most inspirational player of the year in front of the pay wall. We should be adding more premium girls hoops stories and lists throughout the summer. If you’re not a member, you can get it for just $9.99 for three months. To get signed up, CLICK HERE.

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