Girls BB: Divisional All-State 2019

In action from the CIF Division 3 state final (left), Oakland’s Morgan Dunbar plays ball denial defense against McFarland’s Kathy Rodriguez. Both players have been named first team all-state for D3. At right, San Joaquin Memorial of Fresno three-year standout Aunjona James puts up a shot. James will play next at Fresno State. Photos: Willie Eashman & @sjmgirlsbball /

CIF Open Division state champion Sierra Canyon leads the way with four players who gain all-state honors for the combined Open/Division I classification. These annual honors continue to get more difficult with competitive-equity based divisions because players from teams that weren’t in the CIF regional/state playoffs have to be placed in the divisions in which their teams would have been placed. All of the other CIF state champions — Menlo School (D2), Oakland (D3), Oakland Tech (D4) and Caruthers (D5) — all had two players gain all-state selections. In the end, we’ve listed 60 players for Open/Division I all-state, 30 for Division II all-state, 24 for Division III all-state and 15 for Division IV and Division V.

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G Asia Avinger (Rosary, Fullerton) 5-7 Jr.
C Ali Bamberger (Carondelet, Concord) 6-3 Sr.
F Maddie Campbell (Clovis West, Fresno) 6-0 Sr.
G Ashley Chevalier (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) 5-10 Jr.
G Vanessa DeJesus (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) 5-9 Jr.
F Brooke Demetre (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) 6-3 Soph.
G Jazlen Green (Lakeside, Lake Elsinore) 5-10 Sr.
C Angel Jackson (Salesian, Richmond) 6-5 Sr.
F Haley Jones (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) 6-2 Sr.
F Hannah Jump (Pinewood, Los Altos Hills) 5-11 Sr.
G Charisma Osborne (Windward, Los Angeles) 5-9 Sr.
G Kayla Padilla (Bishop Montgomery, Torrance) 5-7 Sr.
G Te-hina Paopao (La Jolla Country Day) 5-11 Jr.
F Alexis Tucker (Serra, Gardena) 6-0 Sr.
G Evanne Turner (Etiwanda) 5-9 Sr.


Evanne Turner (left) was the senior leader for CIF Southern Section Open Division team Etiwanda and is on the all-state divisional plus all-state elite teams. Her junior teammate, guard Joy Campbell (right), averaged nearly 15 ppg and is on the all-state Open/D1 squad. Photo:

G Klara Astrom (Pinewood, Los Altos Hills) 5-9 Sr.
F Kaiyah Corona (Windward, Los Angeles) 5-11 Sr.
C Cailyn Crocker (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) 5-10 Sr.
F Makayla Edwards (Salesian, Richmond) 5-10 Sr.
G Jzaniya Harriel (Antelope) 5-9 Soph.
C Kiki Iriafen (Harvard-Westlake, Studio City) 6-2 Soph.
G Kennedy Johnson (Bishop O’Dowd, Oakland)
5-11 Soph.
G Malia Mastora (St. Joseph Notre Dame, Alameda) 5-9 Jr.
G Mia Mastrov (Miramonte, Orinda) 5-11 Soph.
G Alyssa Munn (Redondo, Redondo Beach) 5-4 Jr.
G Sylena Peterson (Mt. Miguel, Spring Valley) 5-7 Soph.
G Jordan Sweeney (Heritage, Brentwood) 5-7 Sr.
G Savannah Tucker (Clovis North, Fresno) 5-9 Jr.
G Ryanne Walters (Sacramento) 5-6 Sr.
F Alexis Whitfield (Chaminade, West Hills) 6-2 Jr.


G Mya Blake (Bear Creek, Stockton) 5-4 Soph.
F Anna Blount (St. Mary’s, Stockton) 6-0 Sr.
C Isuneh Brady (Cathedral Catholic, San Diego) 6-4 Fr.
G Anya Choice (Cardinal Newman, Santa Rosa) 5-8 Jr.
G Katherine Goostrey (Rosary, Fullerton) 5-8 Jr.
G Rowan Hein (Clovis North, Fresno) 5-10 Jr.
G Hunter Hernandez (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) 5-9 Soph.
G Nia Lowery (McClatchy, Sacramento) 5-11 Sr.
G Alyssa Marin (Camarillo) 5-8 Jr.
G Alexis Mark (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) 6-2 Jr.
C Abigail Muse (Heritage, Brentwood) 6-2 Jr.
G Champney Pulliam (Clovis West, Fresno) 5-10 Sr.
F Hannah Stines (Troy, Fullerton) 5-10 Fr.
G Kayla Williams (Bishop Montgomery, Torrance) 5-7 Sr.
F McKayla Williams (Windward, Los Angeles) 6-1 Jr.


C Haylee Aiden (Granada Hills Charter) 6-2 Jr.
C Destiny Brown (Westchester, Los Angeles) 6-3 Sr.
G Joy Campbell (Etiwanda) 5-6 Jr.
F Madelene Ennis (St. Ignatius, San Francisco) 5-11 Sr.
G Mele Finau (Dublin) 5-5 Sr.
G Tyzanjanae Fuller-Calhoun (J.W. North, Riverside) 5-4 Sr.
F Kamryn Hall (McClatchy, Sacramento) 6-0 Sr.
F Dylan Horton (Redondo, Redondo Beach) 5-10 Sr.
F Leslie Hunter (Chaminade, West Hills) 5-6 Sr.
G Junae Mahan (Bear Creek, Stockton) 5-8 Fr.
G Erica Miller (Carondelet, Concord) 5-8 Sr.
G Jada Moss (St. Mary’s, Stockton) 5-11 Sr.
G Kathryn Neff (Mission Hills, San Marcos) 5-9 Sr.
C Amanda Olinger (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) 6-2 Sr.
G Rebecca Welsh (Miramonte, Orinda) 5-5 Jr.

Haley Jones (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose)

Annika Shah of Palo Alto almost made the all-state sophomore team with her 25 ppg playoff average, but did get onto the all-state team for D2. Photo: David Hickey /


F Natalia Ackerman (Aptos) 6-1 Jr.
C Clarice Akunwafo (Rolling Hills Prep, San Pedro) 6-4 Soph.
G Vanessa Aguirre (Mark Keppel, Alhambra) 5-8 Sr.
G Kaitlyn Chen (Flintridge Prep, La Canada) 5-8 Jr.
G Jada Curry (Centennial, Corona) 5-6 Soph.
F Liz Elliott (St. Mary’s Academy, Inglewood) 6-1 Soph.
G Zion Gabriel (Eastside Prep, E. Palo Alto) 5-4 Sr.
F Aunjona James (San Joaquin Memorial, Fresno) 6-0 Sr.
G Avery Lee (Menlo School, Atherton) 5-8 Soph.
G Leah Manning (Capistrano Valley, Mission Viejo) 5-6 Soph.
F Jadyn Matthews (Enterprise, Redding) 6-1 Sr.
F Donteylor Maxwell (El Rancho, Pico Rivera) 5-11 Sr.
F Ugenne Onyiah (Roosevelt, Eastvale) 6-3 Jr.
F Madison Parry (Del Oro, Loomis) 5-10 Jr.
G Annika Shah (Palo Alto) 5-4 Soph.
G Chloe Webb (Mater Dei Catholic, Chula Vista) 5-9 Sr.


G Renee Chong (Bishop’s, La Jolla) 5-5 Fr.
G Jayla Green (Central, Fresno) 5-9 Sr.
G Lexus Green (Garces, Bakersfield) 5-10 Sr.
G Jasmine Hess (Cosumnes Oaks, Elk Grove) 5-8 Sr.
G Jasmine Heu (Clovis) 5-7 Sr.
G Macie James (San Joaquin Memorial, Fresno) 5-11 Soph.
G Jada Lewis (Whitney, Rocklin) 5-9 Sr.
F Talo Li-Uperesa (Sacred Heart Cathedral, S.F.) 5-11 Sr.
C Austyn Masuno (Oxford Academy, Cypress) 6-2 Jr.
G Aly Maxey (Rolling Hills Prep, Atherton) 5-7 Jr.
C Sharon Nejad (Menlo School, Atherton) 5-10 Fr.
G Heather Park (Lutheran, Orange) 5-7 Sr.
F Kennedee Rankin (Hamilton, Los Angeles) 5-10 Jr.
G Angie Robles (Bishop’s, La Jolla) 5-4 Fr.
G Akilah Watson (Legacy, South Gate) 5-6 Jr.

Jadyn Matthews (Enterprise, Redding)

Destiny McAllister had a great career at Brentwood of Los Angeles, including last year when she was our D4 State Player of the Year. Photo: @bwoodathletics /


G Mae Alexander (Oakland) 5-7 Sr.
G Erin Cha (Diamond Ranch, Pomona) 5-8 Sr.
G Kayla Chang (Laguna Hills) 5-7 Jr.
G Morgan Dunbar (Oakland) 5-6 Sr.
C Alicia Jones (Beyer, Modesto) 6-3 Sr.
G Londynn Jones (Santiago, Corona) 5-6 Fr.
C Ila Lane (Woodside Priory, Portola Valley) 6-4 Sr.
F Destiny McAllister (Brentwood, Los Angeles) 5-11 Sr.
G DeMariyah McGee (Rancho Verde, Moreno Valley) 5-8 Jr.
F Jane Nwaba (Palisades, Pacific Palisades) 5-10 Jr.
C Kathy Rodriguez (McFarland) 5-11 Sr.
G Gabby Rones (West Campus, Sacramento) 5-6 Jr.


F Ashley Bernales (San Marcos) 5-11 Sr.
G Neli Diaz (McFarland) 5-6 Sr.
G Amaya Ervin (El Capitan, Lakeside) 5-8 Sr.
G Miranda Jacobson (Marin Catholic, Kentfield) 5-7 Sr.
G Lydia Manu (Aragon, San Mateo) 5-9 Jr.
F Anjelica McBride (Serra, San Diego) 5-10 Soph.
G Alli McDonald (Union Mine, El Dorado) 6-0 Jr.
C Colby Neal (Poway) 6-3 Soph.
F Bria Shine (Christian Brothers, Sacramento) 6-0 Jr.
F Daja Scott-Mitchell (Seaside) 5-11 Jr.
G Jayleen Solorzano (Pajaro Valley, Watsonville) 5-3 Sr.
C Carley Zaragoza (Union Mine, El Dorado) 6-2 Sr.

Ila Lane (Woodside Priory, Portola Valley)


Milea Appling knocked down nearly 23 ppg for 26-3 team that lost in CIF D5 state playoffs to eventual champion Caruthers. Photo:

F Grace Bliss (Colfax) 5-10 Jr.
F Julia Broms (Oak Park) 6-1 Jr.
F Mackenzie Curtis (El Capitan, Lakeside) 5-10 Soph.
G Erica Fischer (Menlo-Atherton, Atherton) 5-8 Sr.
F Jasmine Huggins (Piedmont) 6-0 Sr.
F Alexis Legan (Palm Desert) 5-11 Sr.
G Celeste Lewis (Sierra Pacific, Hanford) 5-8 Jr.
G Sydney Moran (Linfield Christian, Temecula) 5-8 Sr.
F Stephanie Okowi (Oakland Tech) 6-0 Jr.
C Anastasia Reagins (Palm Springs) 6-2 Sr.
G Autumn Rivera (Northview, Covina) 5-5 Sr.
G Tiffany Siu (Oakland Tech) 5-8 Sr.
F JoAnna Stroud (Santa Fe, Santa Fe Springs) 5-10 Soph.
F Jenny Walker (Redwood, Larkspur) 6-1 Sr.
F Jenna Wallace (Foothill, Palo Cedro) 6-0 Sr.

Stephanie Okowi (Oakland Tech)


F Milea Appling (Mariposa County, Mariposa) 5-10 Sr.
F Tehya Bird (Cloverdale) 5-9 Jr.
C Kiara Brown (Tulare) 6-2 Sr.
F Caroline Chambers (Rincon Valley Christian, Santa Rosa) 6-0 Jr.
C Emily Gardner (St. Bernard’s, Eureka) 6-0 Sr.
G Hannah Hurley (Kern Valley, Lake Isabella) 5-8 Sr.
G Serena Ileleji (Anaheim) 5-5 Fr.
G Jaque Magana (Caruthers) 5-8 Sr.
F Savannah Petty (Ramona, Riverside) 5-8 Sr.
F Felicia Ramirez (Caruthers) 5-8 Sr.
G Bernida Rreshpa (Valley Christian, Roseville) 5-10 Sr.
F Maddyson Tull (Gridley) 6-2 Sr.
G Ellie Turk (Foothills Christian, El Cajon) 5-8 Jr.
C Meghan Weinrich (Willows) 5-11 Jr.
G Serena Ybarra (Coalinga) 5-7 Sr.

Note: Those who were on NorCal D6 teams were considered for D5 all-state.

Serena Ybarra (Coalinga)

Special thanks to Harold Abend for contributions to these teams.

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  1. Dawn Scott Mitchell
    Posted May 6, 2019 at 7:20 am | Permalink

    Congrats Daja Scott Mitchell mommy is proud of you ❤️

  2. Mike Ray
    Posted May 7, 2019 at 5:33 am | Permalink

    Mark – the last name for Div. II selection from Del Oro is Madison Parry. Dad Josh played at Sonora and San Jose State and also in the Super Bowl with the Eagles.

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