Girls BB: Divisional All-State 2020

Taylor Linzie (left) of Bakersfield is one of those chosen to the D2 all-state squad. She’s already been selected as player of the year by the Bakersfield Californian. At right (No. 31) is senior leader Ashley Hiraki of Archbishop Mitty (San Jose). There wasn’t consensus regarding a player of year in Northern California & Bay Area, but Ashley was Bay Area News Group Player of Year. She will play next at Santa Clara. Photos: &

Following the boys divisional all-state teams from last weekend, here are the same ones for the girls. These teams are based on the CIF state divisions (not sections) and in some cases we had to extrapolate where teams would have been placed for the CIF state playoffs to determine all-state divisional placement. With the final overall top 30 players still to come (broken up into 1st, 2nd & 3rd teams), congratulations to these 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) 5-8 Sr.
C Isuneh “Ice” Brady (Cathedral Catholic, San Diego) 6-4 Soph.
G Joy Campbell (Etiwanda) 5-6 Sr.
G Anya Choice (Cardinal Newman, Santa Rosa) 5-8 Sr.
C Breya Cunningham (La Jolla Country Day) 6-3 Fr.
G Jayda Curry (Centennial, Corona) 5-7 Jr.
G Vanessa DeJesus (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) 5-9 Sr.
F Brooke Demetre (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) 6-3 Jr.
G Ashley Hiraki (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) 5-7 Sr.
C Kiki Iriafen (Harvard-Westlake, Studio City) 6-3 Jr.
G Kennedy Johnson (Bishop O’Dowd, Oakland) 5-11 Jr.
F Amaya Oliver (St. Mary’s, Stockton) 6-2 Sr.
C Ugenne Onyiah (Roosevelt, Eastvale) 6-3 Sr.
G Te-hina Paopao (La Jolla Country Day) 5-11 Sr.
G/F JuJu Watkins (Windward, Los Angeles) 6-0 Fr.


Anaya James from West (Torrance), just a junior, has already been chosen as the South Bay Daily Breeze Player of the Year. She had 41 points in a CIF Southern Section D1 playoff win vs. Bishop Montgomery (Torrance). Photo:

C Clarice Akunwafo
(Rolling Hills Prep, San Pedro) 6-4 Jr.
G Lily Buggs (Long Beach Poly) 5-9 Jr.
G Alyssa Durazo-Frescas (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) 5-8 Jr.
G Jzaniya Harriel (Antelope) 5-10 Jr.
G Anaya James (West, Torrance) 5-9 Jr.*
G Talana Lepolo
(St. Joseph Notre Dame, Alameda) 5-7 Soph.
F Rayah Marshall (Lynwood) 6-3 Jr.
G Makena Mastora
(St. Joseph Notre Dame, Alameda) 5-9 Jr.
F/G Khylee Pepe
(Bishop Montgomery, Torrance) 6-3 Jr.
G Sylena Peterson (Bonita Vista, Chula Vista) 5-8 Jr.
G Nikki Tom (Clovis West, Fresno) 5-9 Jr.
G Savannah Tucker (Clovis North, Fresno) 5-9 Sr.
C Alexis Whitfield (Chaminade, West Hills) 6-2 Sr.
F McKayla Williams (Windward, Los Angeles) 6-1 Sr.
F Olivia Williams (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) 6-1 Jr.
*Has had to be added to all-state juniors.
Info on her was misplaced when those teams chosen.


G Jazzy Anousinh (La Jolla Country Day) 5-5 Jr.
G Amaya Bonner (Bishop O’Dowd, Oakland) 6-0 Soph.
G Ashley Chevalier (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) 5-10 Sr.
F Silvia Fonongaloa (Salesian, Richmond) 6-1 Soph.
G Rowan Hein (Clovis North, Fresno) 5-10 Sr.
C Ashlee Lewis (Long Beach Poly) 6-2 Sr.
F Alexis Mark (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) 6-2 Sr.
G Malia Mastora (St. Joseph Notre Dame, Alameda) 5-9 Sr.
G Mia Mastrov (Miramonte, Orinda) 5-11 Jr.
C Abigail Muse (Heritage, Brentwood) 6-2 Sr.
F Nnenna Orjii (Etiwanda) 6-2 Sr.
G Nicole Rodriguez (Rosary, Fullerton) 5-9 Sr.
F Katie Springs (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) 6-1 Jr.
G Hannah Stines (Troy, Fullerton) 5-10 Soph.
G Sydni Summers (Centennial, Corona) 5-6 Fr.

Note: Seniors only for fourth team. See all-state underclass for additional players.

G Christina Bacci (Cardinal Newman, Santa Rosa) 5-9
G Samaya Beatty (McClatchy, Sacramento) 5-8
G/F Allie Carreon (Christian, El Cajon) 5-11
G Patricia Chung (Mark Keppel, Alhambra) 5-6
G/F Mia Fleming-Mullins (St. Francis, Sacramento) 5-11
G Sydney Gandy (Orangewood Academy, Garden Grove) 5-9
G Jorday Holmes (Glendora) 5-9
G/F Simone James (Christian, El Cajon) 5-10
G Katie Kubo (Esperanza, Anaheim) 5-2
F Elodie Lalotte (Orangewood Academy, Garden Grove) 6-3
G Morgan Mathis (Buchanan, Clovis) 5-6
G Alyssa Marin (Camarillo) 5-8
G DeMariyah McGee (Rancho Verde, Moreno Valley) 5-9
F Parker Montgomery (Marlborough, Los Angeles) 6-3
F Olivia Moran (M.L. King, Riverside) 5-11
G Alyssa Munn (Redondo Union, Redondo Beach) 5-5
G Aaliyah Seuell (Clovis West, Fresno) 5-10
G Vanessa Smart (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) 5-6
G Erin Tarasow (Miramonte, Orinda) 5-9
G Anaiyah Tu’ua (Troy, Fullerton) 5-6

Te-hina Paopao (La Jolla Country Day)

Jane Nwaba of Palisades is the 2020 L.A. City Section girls player of the year. After leading the Dolphins to their section title, she helped them win the CIF Southern California D2 regional crown. Photo:


C Haylee Aiden (Granada Hills Charter) 6-2 Sr.
G Kaitlyn Chen (Flintridge Prep, La Canada) 5-8 Sr.
F Mackenzie Curtis (El Capitan, Lakeside) 5-10 Jr.
G Taylor Donaldson
(Oaks Christian, Westlake Village) 5-6 Sr.
G Avery Evans (Clovis) 5-10 Sr.
F Ella Gardiner (San Clemente) 6-1 Sr.
F Kylie Horstmeyer (Redwood, Larkspur) 6-1 Jr.
G Macie James (San Joaquin Memorial, Fresno) 5-11 Jr.
G Londynn Jones (Santiago, Corona) 5-6 Soph.
G Taylor Linzie (Bakersfield) 5-8 Sr.
C Chantal Moawad (Santa Monica) 6-2 Sr.
F Jane Nwaba (Palisades, Pacific Palisades) 5-11 Sr.
F Stephanie Okowi (Oakland Tech) 6-0 Sr.
F/G Madison Parry (Del Oro, Loomis) 5-10 Sr.
C Bria Shine (Christian Brothers, Sacramento) 6-1 Sr.


F Chiara Brown (American, Fremont) 5-9 Sr.
G Taylor Feldman (Crean Lutheran, Irvine) 5-7 Soph.
F Lexie Givens (Alameda) 6-0 Sr.
G Ashley Hawkins (Wilson, Long Beach) 5-6 Jr.
G Demonnie Lagway (Palisades, Pacific Palisades) 5-9 Soph.
F Anjelica McBride (Serra, San Diego) 5-11 Jr.
F Libbie McMahon (Saugus) 5-10 Sr.
G Audrey Moulton (California, San Ramon) 5-9 Sr.
F Kennedee Rankin (Hamilton, Los Angeles) 5-10 Sr.
G Angie Robles (Bishop’s, La Jolla) 5-5 Soph.
G Madilyn Roel (Los Altos, Hacienda Heights) 5-8 Sr.
G Morgan Rust (Bishop Amat, La Puente) 5-8 Sr.
G Jordan Smith (Oakland Tech) 5-7 Sr.
C Kayanna Spriggs (Mater Dei Catholic, Chula Vista) 6-3 Jr.
G Ahrray Young (Laguna Creek, Elk Grove) 5-11 Soph.

Stephanie Okowi (Oakland Tech)

Aniyah Augmon of Woodside Priory has recently committed to the University of New Mexico. She had some eye-opening games later in the season in the NorCal D3 playoffs and is a cousin of former NBA player Stacey Augmon. Photo: Demetrius Augmon /


F Natalia Ackerman (Aptos) 6-1 Sr.
G Aniyah Augmon
(Woodside Priory, Portola Valley) 5-10 Jr.
G Sabrina Belquist (Los Gatos) 5-7 Sr.
F Malia Cabigon (Righetti, Santa Maria) 6-0 Jr.
F Ariana Grimes (Westchester, Los Angeles) 5-10 Sr.
G Allison Ha (Royal, Simi Valley) 5-7 Jr.
G Mya Pierfax (Paloma Valley, Menifee) 5-9 Jr.
G Gabby Rones (West Campus, Sacramento) 5-7 Sr.
F Kayla Roseman (St. Mary’s, Berkeley) 6-1 Sr.
G Tameiya Sadler
(St. Patrick-St. Vincent, Vallejo) 5-8 Sr.
G Guadalupe Vasquez
(Cantwell-Sacred Heart, Montebello) 5-8 Sr.
F Sydney Woodley (Paloma Valley, Menifee) 5-10 Jr.


G Kayla Chang (Laguna Hills) 5-7 Sr.
G Kayla Keshmesian (Viewpoint, Calabasas) 5-9 Soph.
F Jenna Kurz (Yosemite, Oakhurst) 5-10 Jr.
G Jadyn Lee (Peninsula, RH Estates) 5-7 Fr.
F Anne Lillis (Placer, Auburn) 6-1 Sr.
G Lydia Manu (Aragon, San Mateo) 5-9 Sr.
F Jazlynne Medrano (Porterville) 5-7 Sr.
G Jennifer Moreno (Mount Miguel, Spring Valley) 5-6 Fr.
F Hemingway Sa’lah (Eisenhower, Rialto) 6-1 Fr.
G Annabel Schneiberg
(Lick-Wilmerding, San Francisco) 5-8 Soph.
G Anela Thomas (St. Mary’s, Berkeley) 5-8 Soph.
C Emma Svoboda (La Quinta) 6-3 Jr.

Natalia Ackerman (Aptos)

Sadie Heckman scored more than 1,700 points during her career at Point Loma of San Diego. She also averaged 21 ppg and six steals plus she was on the San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic Team. Photo:


F Tehya Bird (Cloverdale) 5-9 Sr.
F Grace Bliss (Colfax) 5-10 Sr.
G Chloe Briggs (Ontario Christian) 5-11 Fr.
G Gabbie Gascon (Argonaut, Jackson) 5-6 Soph.
F Claire Giraudo (Notre Dame, Riverside) 6-1 Sr.
F Justina Graham (Carson) 5-9 Sr.
C Heavenly Greer (Ganesha, Pomona) 6-4 Sr.
G Sadie Heckman (Point Loma, San Diego) 5-9 Sr.
G Brenna Hurt (Kerman) 5-11 G
G Celeste Lewis (Sierra Pacific, Hanford) 5-8 Sr.
G/F Allie McDonald (Union Mine, El Dorado) 6-0 Sr.
G Rayshanti McNeal-Price (Lancaster) 5-6 Jr.
G Reina Sausedo (Ripon) 5-6 Sr.
G/F Teagan Thurman (Tehachapi) 6-1 Sr.
G Maile Williams (Capital Christian, Sacramento) 5-8 Sr.

Celeste Lewis (Sierra Pacific, Hanford)


G Madolyn Bassett (West Valley, Cottonwood) 5-8 Soph.
G Jaylyn Edmonds (San Bernardino) 5-5 Jr.
G Ashley Gonzalez (Marshall, Pasadena) 5-6 Jr.
G Akeela James (Laytonville) 5-8 Jr.*
C Alaisha Landeros (East Bakersfield) 6-0 Sr.
F Princess McCauley (San Jacinto Valley Academy) 5-8 Fr.
G Imani Moore (Madison, San Diego) 5-8 Jr.
G Kanyah Patterson (East Bakersfield) 5-2 Sr.
G Jazmine Soto (Strathmore) 5-6 Jr.
F Aaliyah Thompson (Corcoran) 5-10 Soph.
F Ella Thompson (Mammoth, Mammoth Lakes) 6-2 Sr.
G Ellie Turk (Foothills Christian, El Cajon) 5-8 Sr.
C Meghan Weinrich (Willows) 5-11 Sr.
G/F Aerin Wiggins
(Academy of Careers & Exploration, Helendale) 5-5 Sr.
G Jaliyah Wiggins (Branson, Ross) 5-7 Soph.

*Note: Played for NorCal D6 title team & like any others who were on NorCal D6 teams were considered for D5 all-state.

Jazmine Soto (Strathmore)

Special thanks to Harold Abend for contributions to these teams.

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  1. Bruce Thompson
    Posted April 29, 2020 at 2:37 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for Aaliyah Thompson making 1st team for Division 5. Just one thing though. She’s 6’1. Lol

  2. Heather Brownholtz
    Posted April 29, 2020 at 3:50 pm | Permalink

    Thank you for recognizing the talents of Mia Fleming Mullins from St Francis High School!!!

  3. Corry Thomas
    Posted April 29, 2020 at 4:14 pm | Permalink

    Wow kailyn Watkins at Crenshaw put up 18 points a game and she a early signee and she going D1 and didn’t make it. Inner city gets no love. Smh

    • Mark Tennis
      Posted April 29, 2020 at 7:38 pm | Permalink

      Tough to get everyone on, but we do have plenty of representation from L.A. City Section (Hamilton, Carson, Pali, etc.).

  4. R. Lane
    Posted April 30, 2020 at 8:38 am | Permalink

    Nor Cal Division 4 & 5 players are missing. Harold doesn’t
    cover anything less than CCS Open/WCAL teams.

    • Mark Tennis
      Posted April 30, 2020 at 8:51 am | Permalink

      Harold has followed the entire state for many years.
      And he might push for a player that still doesn’t make it.
      If you have a beef with players missing, we can’t answer a question if you don’t say who.
      90 percent of the time it’s a player we know but just couldn’t get on.

  5. Russell
    Posted July 13, 2021 at 11:01 am | Permalink

    When will your all state teams for each div come out for the year 2021 girls basketball


    • Mark Tennis
      Posted July 13, 2021 at 11:14 am | Permalink

      Looks like it will be in about two weeks as of now. Coordinating end of year stuff in four sports that all ended on June 19 to June 26 is not easy.

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