Girls BB: Divisional All-State 2021

Mariah Elohim, a junior at Westlake (Westlake Village), is on the all-state D2 team after averaging more than 20 ppg for CIF SoCal D2-A champion. Amazingly, she also played a role on Westlake’s state top 10 softball team at the same time she was playing basketball. At right is all-state Open/D1 member Annika Decker from Pinewood of Los Altos Hills. She hit the winning basket in CCS Open Division final vs. Archbishop Mitty and will play next at Tufts. Photos: whsgirlsbasketball.com & SportStarsMag.com.


Just like the boys, there are 144 players who have been named for these annual all-state teams according to five divisions. This is the 41st consecutive year of Cal-Hi Sports all-state teams in girls basketball (just one less year than boys). Schools that won CIF SoCal regional titles in those divisions had an advantage in getting players onto these teams.

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Our all-state hoops patch for this year is now available to order at BillyTees.com. Patches also come with a certificate.


To order a commemorative, official All-State Basketball patch for those who’ve been named to one of our all-state teams for the 2021 season, go to THIS LINK at BillyTees.com. The special link has been set up for all-state basketball patches. Billy Tees has been the official merchandiser of the CIF for many years.

FIRST TEAM OPEN/DIVISION I (15)

C Isuneh “Ice” Brady (Cathedral Catholic, San Diego) 6-3 Jr.
SF Lily Buggs (Long Beach Poly) 5-9 Sr.
C Breya Cunningham (La Jolla Country Day) 6-4 Soph.
SG Jayda Curry (Centennial, Corona) 5-9 Sr.
SF Brooke Demetre (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) 6-2 Sr.
SG Alyssa Durazo Frescas (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) 5-8 Sr.
C Silivia Fonongaloa (Salesian, Richmond) 6-2 Jr.
SG Jzaniya Harriel (Antelope) 5-9 Sr.
PF Kiki Iriafen (Harvard-Westlake, Studio City) 6-2 Sr.
PG Londynn Jones (Centennial, Corona) 5-7 Jr.
SF Rayah Marshall (Lynwood) 6-3 Sr.
PG Sylena Peterson (Bonita Vista, Chula Vista) 5-8 Sr.
PF Kennedy Smith (Etiwanda) 6-1 Fr.
SG Hannah Stines (Orangewood Academy, Garden Grove) 5-11 Jr.
SF Juju Watkins (Windward, Los Angeles) 6-1 Soph.

Sylena Peterson gained her first all-state honor as a freshman at Mt. Miguel of Spring Valley. She will play next at New Mexico State. Photo: snap-raise.com.


SECOND TEAM OPEN/DIVISION I (16)

PF Destiny Agubata (Etiwanda) 6-2 Fr.
PF Meaali’i Amosa (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) 6-1 Sr.
SG Teagan Brown (Oak Ridge, El Dorado Hills) 5-10 Jr.
PG Annika Decker (Pinewood, Los Altos Hills) 5-4 Sr.
PG Anaya James (West, Torrance) 5-9 Sr.
SG Gabriela Jaquez (Camarillo) 5-9 Jr.
SF Jordan Lee (St. Mary’s, Stockton) 5-11 Fr.
SF Etoyah Montgomery (Clovis West, Fresno) 6-1 Soph.
PG Itzel “Izzy” Navarro
(Cathedral Catholic, San Diego) 5-9 Jr.
SG Natalie Pasco (San Ramon Valley, Danville) 5-10 Jr.
PG Brooke Perry (St. Mary’s, Stockton) 5-7 Soph.
PF MacKenly Randolph
(Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) 6-0 Fr.
PG Sydni Summers (Centennial, Corona) 5-6 Soph.
SG Courtni Thompson
(Pinewood, Los Altos Hills) 5-5 Sr.
SG Nikki Tom (Clovis West, Fresno) 5-10 Sr.
SF Olivia Williams (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) 6-0 Sr.

THIRD TEAM OPEN/DIVISION I (15)

PG Jazzy Anousinh (La Jolla Country Day) 5-6 Sr.
SG Jordan Allred (Miramonte, Orinda) 5-8 Sr.
PG Kalaya Buggs (Long Beach Poly) 5-9 Sr.
PG Kaylee Byon (Rosary, Fullerton) 5-8 Jr.
SG Mackenzie Curtis (El Capitan, Lakeside) 5-10 Sr.
PG Jailah Donald (Serra, Gardena) 5-6 Jr.
PF Michelle Duchemin (Windward, Los Angeles) 6-0 Sr.
SF Nya Epps (Carondelet, Concord) 5-10 Jr.
SG Jessica Grant (Mission Hills, San Marcos) 5-8 Jr.
PG Ashley Hawkins (Wilson, Long Beach) 5-6 Sr.
PG Hunter Hernandez (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) 5-10 Sr.
SF Una Juvanovic (Pinewood, Los Altos Hills) 5-9 Sr.
PG Jaachi Nwanevu (Roosevelt, Eastvale) 5-6 Sr.
PF Khylee Pepe (Bishop Montgomery, Torrance) 6-1 Sr.
SF Amelia Scharf (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) 6-0 Sr.

FOURTH TEAM OPEN/DIVISION I (15)
Note: Seniors only for fourth team. See all-state underclass for additional players.

C Clarice Akunwafo (Rolling Hills Prep, San Pedro) 6-5 Sr.
PG Alexsandra Alvarado (Salesian, Richmond) 5-7 Sr.
PG Charity Gallegos (Folsom) 5-3 Sr.
C Maia Garcia (Pinewood, Los Altos Hills) 6-3 Sr.
C Aixchel Hernandez (Orangewood Academy, Garden Grove) 6-3 Sr.
SG Kathleen Hutchins (Arroyo Grande) 5-8 Sr.
PG Kendall Jackson (Clovis West, Fresno) 5-7 Sr.
PF Kennedy Johnson (Bishop O’Dowd, Oakland) 5-11 Sr.
SF Jacklyn Kulow (Caruthers) 5-10 Sr.
PG Alexis Pettis (Palisades, Pacific Palisades) 5-5 Sr.
PF Trinity San Antonio (Centennial, Corona) 5-11 Sr.
PG Krista Semaan (Harvard-Westlake, Studio City) 5-9 Sr.
PF Katie Springs (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) 6-1 Sr.
SG AnLing Su Vera (Fairmont Prep, Anaheim) 5-6 Sr.
PG Briliyah Taylor (Lynwood) 5-6 Sr.

MS. BASKETBALL STATE PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Jayda Curry (Corona Centennial)

Avery Lee was all-state for D2 as a sophomore for Menlo School after it won CIF D2 state title. She had another outstanding season as a senior before heading off to Yale University. Photo: @MenloKnights / Twitter.com.


FIRST TEAM DIVISION II (15)

SG Asia Boone
(Mater Dei Catholic, Chula Vista) 5-8 Soph.
SF Faith Boulanger (Burroughs, Burbank) 6-0 Sr.
SG Chloe Briggs (Ontario Christian) 5-9 Soph.
SF Madison Butcher (Del Oro, Loomis) 5-10 Jr.
PF Jael Butler (Valley Christian, San Jose) 6-2 Jr.
PF Malia Cabigon (Righetti, Santa Maria) 6-0 Sr.
SF Mariah Elohim (Westlake, Westlake Village) 5-9 Jr.
PG Taylor Feldman (Crean Lutheran, Irvine) 5-7 Jr.
PG Jordyn Jiron (Alemany, Mission Hills) 5-8 Sr.
PG Avery Lee (Menlo School, Atherton) 5-8 Sr.
SG Briana Lizardi (Eisenhower, Rialto) 5-7 Sr.
SF Maya Rush (Covina) 5-9 Sr.
SG Athena Saragoza (Santa Barbara) 5-8 Sr.
C Kayanna Spriggs
(Mater Dei Catholic, Chula Vista) 6-2 Sr.
SF Sydney Woodley (Paloma Valley, Menifee) 5-10 Sr.

SECOND TEAM DIVISION II (15)

SF Aliyah Anderson (El Camino, Oceanside) 5-8 Jr.
SF Jamie Baum (Los Altos) 5-10 Sr.
PG Kate Bobadilla (Twentynine Palms) 5-7 Jr.
PG Avary Cain (St. Joseph, Santa Maria) 5-10 Fr.
PG Ayana Campbell (Cajon, San Bernardino) 5-7 Soph.
PF Erica Collins (Chino Hills) 6-2 J.
SG Alexa Cote (Westview, San Diego) 5-6 Soph.
SG Caitlyn Dulsky (Sequoia, Redwood City) 5-8 Sr.
SG London Gamble (Westlake, Westlake Village) 5-8 Jr.
PG Isabel Gomez (Sage Hill, Newport Beach) 5-10 Jr.
SF Sa’lah Hemingway (Eisenhower, Rialto) 6-1 Soph.
PG Alyssa Ke (Sonora, La Habra) 5-5 Sr.
SG Mya Pierfax (Paloma Valley, Menifee) 5-7 Sr.
PG Monet Stallworth (Grant, Sacramento) 5-8 Soph.
C Chloe Williams (Alemany, Mission Hills) 6-3 Jr.

PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Kayanna Spriggs (Mater Dei Catholic)

Emma Svoboda was a dominant force in the Palm Springs/Palm Desert area and will play next at Oklahoma. Photo: @GirlsLqhs / Twitter.com.


FIRST TEAM DIVISION III (12)

SG D’Arrah Allen (Leuzinger, Lawndale) 5-8 Sr.
PG Aniyah Augmon (Priory, Portola Valley) 5-8 Sr.
SG Ashtyn Arnold (Buchanan, Clovis) 5-9 Sr.
SF Allie Cummins (Campolindo, Moraga) 5-9 Soph.
SG Morgan Forbes
(Rancho Bernardo, San Diego) 5-9 Sr.
PF Alyssa Jackson (Vanden, Fairfield) 5-10 Soph.
SG Lydian Li (Lynbrook, San Jose) 5-7 Sr.
SF Jyah Lovett (Muir, Pasadena) 5-10 Jr.
PF Valentina Saric (Priory, Portal Valley) 6-2 Jr.
SG Annabel Schneiberg (Lick-Wilmerding, S.F.) 5-9 Jr.
C Emma Svoboda (La Quinta) 6-3 Sr.
PG Madison Watts (Mary Star, San Pedro) 5-7 Fr.

SECOND TEAM DIVISION III (12)

SG Ameerah Ali (Crenshaw, Los Angeles) 5-8 Sr.
PG Tia Barefield
(Rancho Christian, Temecula) 5-5 Soph.
PG Jiana Creswell (Vanden, Fairfield) 5-7 Jr.
PG Chase Dionio (Newport Harbor, Newport Beach) 5-8 Jr.
SG Peyton Holcomb (Benicia) 5-9 Soph.
SG Gracyn Lovett (Marin Catholic, Kentfield) 5-10 Soph.
PF Rayshanti McNeal Price (Lancaster) 5-10 Sr.
SG Kira Sadler (Vista del Lago, Folsom) 5-7 Jr.
PF Ayana Sanders (Bakersfield) 5-10 Sr.
PF Lauren Scoville (La Canada) 6-0 Sr.
PG Hunter Simon (Chaparral, Temecula) 5-10 Jr.
SG Kacie Slover (Nipomo) 5-7 Jr.

PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
D’Arrah Allen (Leuzinger)

FIRST TEAM DIVISION IV (15)

Honors have come in at a strong clip for Fresno Roosevelt’s Danyell Booker as leading scorer for CIF SoCal D4-AA title team. She also has competed at the CIF state track meet in the shot put. Photo: Twitter.com.


SG Danyell Booker (Roosevelt, Fresno) 5-6 Sr.
SG Alli Dioli (Half Moon Bay) 5-8 Soph.
SG Jaylyn Edmonds (San Bernardino) 5-5 Sr.
SF Yasmine Garrett (Mt. Diablo, Concord) 5-7 Jr.
PG Jeniece Harmon (Roosevelt, Fresno) 5-5 Sr.
PG Naaz Jenson (Eastlake, Chula Vista) 5-7 Soph.
SF Annika Jiwani
(Pacifica Christian, Newport Beach) 6-0 Fr.
SF Jillian Nowicki
(Our Lady of Peace, San Diego) 5-9 Fr.
SG Jazzy Owens (Colfax) 5-6 Sr.
SG Aliyah Pollard (Los Angeles CES) 5-11 Sr.
PG Xena Stanko (Paso Robles) 5-1 Sr.
SG Bella Stevens (Santa Cruz) 5-10 Jr.
SF Dami Sule (Bakersfield Christian) 5-9 Sr.
PF Allysan Tse (South Pasadena) 5-8 Jr.
PG Trinity Zamora (Piedmont) 5-11 Soph.

PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Dami Sule (Bakersfield Christian)

FIRST TEAM DIVISION V (15)

C Gabrielle Abigor (Berean Christian, Walnut Creek) 6-3 Fr.
SG Julie Abrego (Taft, Woodland Hills) 5-6 Sr.
PG Nareh Avakian (Pilibos, Los Angeles) 5-5 Jr.
SF Faith Brinkman (Classical Academy, Escondido) 5-10 Jr.
SF Mikayla Doan (St. Joseph Academy, San Marcos) 5-9 Soph.
C Amari Guiton (Ramona, Riverside) 6-0 Sr.
PG Keslyn Henson (Linfield Christian, Temecula) 5-7 Sr.
SG Naiya Kurnik (Fallbrook) 5-9 Jr.
SG Kelly Lotz (Trinity Classical, Valencia) 5-7 Jr.
PG Jocelyn Medina (Pierce, Arbuckle) 5-5 Soph.
SG Chloe Slack (High Tech, San Diego) 5-10 Sr.
SG Kristen Sobrena (Sacramento Adventist, Carmichael) 5-9 Sr.
SG Jazmine Soto (Strathmore) 5-7 Sr.
PF Aaliyah Thompson (Corcoran) 6-0 Jr.
PG Salma Youngblood
(Victory Christian Academy, Chula Vista) 5-11 Jr.

PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Jazmine Soto (Strathmore)

*Note: The division placement of schools (and players from those schools for all-state) is based on our own five division format that has been done for many years. They may not be the same as section playoff divisions, but would match the divisions that teams played in for the CIF SoCal regional playoffs. For players from schools that didn’t have section playoffs, we considered them from divisions in which their schools played in 2020 before the pandemic struck.

Special thanks to Harold Abend for contributions to these teams.

Mark Tennis is the co-founder and publisher of CalHiSports.com. He can be reached at markjtennis@gmail.com. Don’t forget to follow Mark on the Cal-Hi Sports Twitter handle: @CalHiSports


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One Comment

  1. Jane Arp
    Posted August 2, 2021 at 6:40 pm | Permalink

    So great that you give the girls the same coverage as the boys.

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