Girls BB: Divisional All-State 2022

Teagan Brown from Oak Ridge of El Dorado Hills (left) & Destiny Agubata of Etiwanda (right) both landed on the first team for D1/Open Division schools. Brown, a graduating senior, will play next at Washington. Agubata still has two more years of high school. Photos: David Gershon / SportStars & Etiwanda Girls Hoops /

After yesterday’s release of the all-state underclass girls basketball teams, we move on to the all-state teams for the 2021-22 season according to the five CIF divisions. It can get confusing about which divisions which players are in for schools that were not in the NorCal or SoCal regional playoffs, but every player was considered carefully. The elite first, second and third teams will be posted tomorrow. We are now in our 43rd year of providing all-state basketball teams in California.

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For a look at every one of our all-state girls bb teams by divisions through the years, CLICK HERE.
For more on each of the divisional State Players of the Year, CLICK HERE.
For this year’s all-state underclass teams (Gold Club post), CLICK HERE.

Our all-state hoops patch for this year is now available to order at Patches also come with a certificate to further recognize the achievement.

To order a commemorative, official All-State Basketball patch for those who’ve been named to one of our all-state teams for the 2022 season, go to THIS LINK at 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.


Destiny Agubata (Etiwanda) 6-1 SG Soph.
Isuneh “Ice” Brady (Cathedral Catholic, San Diego) 6-4 C Sr.
Teagan Brown (Oak Ridge, El Dorado Hills) 5-11 SG Sr.
Morgan Cheli (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) 6-2 PG Soph.
Breya Cunningham (La Jolla Country Day) 6-4 C Jr.
Jessica Grant (Mission Hills, San Marcos) 5-8 SG Sr.
Gabriela Jaquez (Camarillo) 6-0 SG Sr.
Londynn Jones (Centennial, Corona) 5-5 PG Sr.
Elle Ladine (Pinewood, Los Altos Hills) 5-11 SG Sr.
Talana Lepolo (Carondelet, Concord) 5-6 PG Sr.
Natalie Pasco (San Ramon Valley, Danville) 5-10 SG Sr.
MacKenly Randolph (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) 6-1 SF Soph.
Kennedy Smith (Etiwanda) 6-1 SF Soph.
Juju Watkins (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) 6-1 SG Jr.
Jada Williams (La Jolla Country Day) 5-7 PG Jr.


Kaylee Byon from Rosary of Fullerton was the Orange County Register Player of the Year in what probably was one of the more difficult choices for that honor in several years. Photo: @Rosarybball /

Izela Arenas (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) 5-9 SG Soph.
Makiah Asidanya (Salesian, Richmond) 5-6 SG Jr.
Taijianna Avant-Roberts
(La Jolla Country Day) 5-9 SG Soph.
Amaya Bonner (Bishop O’Dowd, Oakland) 6-1 SF Sr.
Kaylee Byon (Rosary, Fullerton) 5-6 PG Sr.
Caia Elizaldez (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) 5-5 PG Jr.
Nya Epps (Carondelet, Concord) 5-10 SF Sr.
Siena Guttadauro
(Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) 5-6 SG Sr.
Kennan Ka (Mission Hills, San Marcos) 5-9 PG Sr.
Sabrina Ma (St. Ignatius, San Francisco) 5-10 SG Sr.
Etoya Montgomery (Clovis West, Fresno) 6-0 SF Jr.
Aliyahna Morris (Etiwanda) 5-5 PG Fr.
Sydni Summers (Centennial, Corona) 5-6 PG Jr.
Hannah Stines
(Orangewood Academy, Garden Grove) 5-10 SG Sr.
Nalani White (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) 6-0 SF Sr.


Noemie Bariteau (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) 5-8 PG Sr.
Skye Belker (Windward, Los Angeles) 5-8 SG Jr.
Jael Butler (Valley Christian, San Jose) 6-2 PF Sr.
Silivia Fonongaloa (Salesian, Richmond) 6-1 C Sr.
Alyssa Jackson (Vanden, Fairfield) 5-11 SG Jr.
Makayla Jackson (Folsom) 5-7 PG Sr.
Jordan Lee (St. Mary’s, Stockton) 5-11 SG Soph.
Soleil Montrose (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) 5-11 SF Sr.
Amanda Muse (Heritage, Brentwood) 6-3 C Jr.
Itzel “Izzy” Navarro (Cathedral Catholic, San Diego) 5-8 PG Sr.
Ella Ray (Oak Ridge, El Dorado Hills) 6-3 PF Sr.
Athena Tomlinson (Clovis West, Fresno) 5-5 PG Soph.
Carlee White (Viewpoint, Calabasas) 5-7 SG Jr.
Chloe Williams (Bishop Montgomery, Torrance) 6-3 PF Sr.
Ahrray Young (Laguna Creek, Elk Grove) 6-0 SF Sr.

(Seniors only)

Aliyah Anderson (El Camino, Oceanside) 5-8 SG
Nevaeh Asiasi (Salesian, Richmond) 5-7 SG
Jiana Creswell (Vanden, Fairfield) 5-11 SF
Layla Curry (Centennial, Corona) 5-9 SF
Mariah Elohim (Westlake, Westlake Village) 5-9 SG
Bryanna Graham (Bonita, La Verne) 5-11 SG
Janna Holley (Birmingham, Lake Balboa) 5-4 PG
Soon Ja Elzey (St. Ignatius, San Francisco) 6-0 PF
Taryn Johnson (Cathedral Catholic, San Diego) 5-8 SF
Kayla Keshmeshian (Viewpoint, Calabasas) 5-5 PG
Makayla Moore (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) 6-0 SF
Daisia Mitchell (Etiwanda) 6-0 SF
Reese Searcy (Cardinal Newman, Santa Rosa) 5-6 SG
Sidney Stewart (St. Francis, Mountain View) 6-2 PF
Zoe Tillery (Laguna Creek, Elk Grove) 5-9 SG
Jessa Thurman (Chaminade, West Hills) 6-1 PF
Kelly Tumlin (California, San Ramon) 5-7 SG
Kayla Wandick (Bakersfield) 5-5 PG
Alexis Woodson (Monte Vista, Danville) 5-11 SF
Michaela Young (Clovis West, Fresno) 5-7 PG

Juju Watkins (Chatsworth Sierra Canyon)


Nala Williams pushed Long Beach Poly to the CIFSS D1 semifinals but for divisional all-state teams she was D2. Photo:

Chloe Briggs (Ontario Christian) 5-11 SG Jr.
Madison Butcher (Del Oro, Loomis) 5-10 SG Sr.
Mary Carter (Antelope) 6-2 PF Jr.
Erica Collins (Chino Hills) 6-3 C Sr.
Addison Deal
(Pacifica Christian, Newport Beach) 5-11 SG Jr.
Taylor Feldman (Crean Lutheran, Irvine) 5-8 PG Sr.
Rylee Ghent (Santiago, Corona) 5-8 SG Soph.
Isabel Gomez (Sage Hill, Newport Beach) 5-8 SG Sr.
Angelina Robles (Bishop’s, La Jolla) 5-4 PG Sr.
Meadow Roland
(San Joaquin Memorial, Fresno) 6-0 SF Jr.
Anabel Schneiberg
(Lick-Wilmerding, San Francisco) 5-8 PG Sr.
Faith Shelton (Lincoln, Stockton) 6-2 PF Sr.
Nala Williams (Long Beach Poly) 5-8 SG Sr.
Mahliya Wilson (Bonita Vista, Chula Vista) 5-9 SG Soph.
Trinity Zamora (Piedmont) 6-0 SF Jr.


Shanna Brown (Aliso Niguel, Aliso Viejo) 5-10 SF Jr.
Kaylyn Buchanan-Lamb (Bonita Vista, Chula Vista) 5-5 PG Jr.
Renee Chong (Bishop’s, La Jolla) 5-5 SG Sr.
Alexa Cote (Westview, San Diego) 5-7 PG Jr.
Shayla Gillmer (Ontario Christian) 6-2 SF Sr.
Emily Eadie (Sage Hill, Newport Beach) 6-0 SF Jr.
Amber Furch (Brentwood, Los Angeles) 5-6 SG Jr.
Sheridan Kennedy (Lutheran, Orange) 5-10 PF Soph.
Sharon Nejad (Menlo School, Atherton) 6-0 PF Sr.
Kira Sadler (Vista del Lago, Folsom) 5-8 PG Sr.
Makennah Simonson (Nipomo) 5-6 PG Jr.
Tatum Tamashiro (Rolling Hills Prep, San Pedro) 5-8 SG Sr.
Morgan Trigueiro (Caruthers) 5-9 SG Jr.
Saray White (McClatchy, Sacramento) 5-10 SF Sr.
McKinley Willardson (Santiago, Corona) 6-1 PF Jr.
Sophia Williams (Brea Olinda, Brea) 5-9 SF Sr.

Angelina Flores (Bishop’s, La Jolla)


Malesungo Afeaki (Capuchino, San Bruno) 6-2 PF Sr.
Audrey Chen (La Salle, Pasadena) 5-5 PG Soph.
Amanda Kramer (Scripps Ranch, San Diego) 5-9 SG Sr.
Demonnie Lagway (Palisades, Pacific Palisades) 5-10 SG Sr.
Katie Leeth (Lincoln) 5-10 SF Jr.
Talia Maxwell (Central, Fresno) 6-0 SF Jr.
Devin Miller (Clovis) 5-10 SG Jr.
Nseije Ortiz (Porterville) 5-6 SG Sr.
Valentina Saric (Priory, Los Altos Hills) 6-0 SG Sr.
Erin Sellers (Oakland Tech) 5-6 PG Jr.
Abby Shoff (Enterprise, Redding) 6-0 SF Sr.
Madison Watts (Mary Star, San Pedro) 5-8 PG Soph.


Aaliyah Thompson of Corcoran scored more than 2,000 points in her career. Photo:

Ryka Apremeyan
(Evergreen Valley, San Jose) 5-9 PG Soph.
Giselle Calderon (Orcutt Academy, Orcutt) 5-5 PG Sr.
Ashley Chea (Flintridge Prep, La Canada) 5-3 PG Jr.
Briana Humphrees (Dixon) 5-10 SF Sr.
Kaitlyn Imai (Soquel) 5-7 SG Sr.
Kimiko Kennedy (Lawndale) 5-11 SF Soph.
Naiya Kurnik (Fallbrook) 5-9 SG Sr.
Alexa Mikeska (Carlsbad) 5-8 PG Sr.
Ryan Riddle (La Salle, Pasadena) 5-10 PF Soph.
Halle Sii
(Capistrano Valley Chr., SJ Capistrano) 5-7 PG Sr.
Mari Somvichian (Oakland Tech) 5-6 SG Jr.
Sonia Urbana (Shadow Hills, Indio) 5-3 PG Sr.
Elana Weisman (Burlingame) 6-1 SF Soph.

Erin Sellers (Oakland Tech)


Donnelli Allen (Capital Christian, Sacramento) 5-8 SG Sr.
Anayla Anderson (King/Drew, Los Angeles) 5-4 PG Soph.
Bailie Clark (Calaveras, San Andreas) 5-2 PG Jr.
Alli Dioli (Half Moon Bay) 5-10 SG Jr.
Gabbie Gascon (Argonaut, Jackson) 5-5 SG Sr.
Hannah Golan (Branson, Ross) 5-10 SF Jr.
Kelly Lotz (Trinity Classical, Valencia) 5-7 SG Sr.
Sierra Morris (Imperial) 5-9 SF Jr.
Lexie Murphy (San Bernardino) 5-6 PG Sr.
Audrey Quintana (El Camino Real, Woodland Hills) 5-5 PG Sr.
Emmy Stout (Maranatha Catholic, San Diego) 6-2 Soph. C
Aaliyah Thompson (Corcoran) 6-1 PF Sr.
Malia Ulery (Yucca Valley) 5-5 PG Jr.
Jaliyah Wiggins (Branson, Ross) 5-8 PG Sr.
Anjali Yella (Harker Academy, San Jose) 5-6 SG Soph.

Hannah Golan (Branson)


Gabrielle Abigor (Berean Christian, Walnut Creek) 6-1 SF Soph.
Andheya Aurelio (Mt. Diablo, Concord) 5-3 PG Sr.
Arya Duggal (University, San Francisco) 5-7 SG Sr.
Kaziah Fletcher (Price, Los Angeles) 5-8 SG Sr.
Jordan Foster (Bear River, Lake of the Pines) 5-10 PF Sr.
Arielle Grossman (Shalhevet, Los Angeles) 5-8 SG Soph.
Summer Jenkins (San Domenico, San Anselmo) 5-5 SG Soph.
Melia Kamalani (Minarets, O’Neal) 5-7 SF Sr.
Jemma Lacap (Crystal Springs Uplands, Hillsborough) 5-6 SG Sr.
Sophie Mariner (Laguna Beach) 5-8 SF Jr.
Princess McCauley (San Jacinto Valley Academy) 5-8 SF Jr.
Lily Reeser (San Domenico, San Anselmo) 5-6 PG Soph.
Giselle Rodriguez (Fall River, McArthur) 5-9 SF Jr.*
Nicole Vanegas (Verdugo Hills) 5-6 SG Jr.
Salma Youngblood (Victory Christian, Chula Vista) 5-11 SF Sr.
*Team won NorCal D6 title; all players in that division were considered D5 for these all-state teams.

Summer Jenkins (San Domenico)

*Note: The division placement of schools (and players from those schools for all-state) is based on the same divisions that teams were placed for the CIF regional playoffs. Section playoff placement was then used for teams that were not in the regionals and for teams and players that only played in the regular season it was an estimation of which divisions those teams would be in. Sorry, but we cannot go through every nominated player and determine a separate divisional placement based on traditional factors such as enrollment.

Special thanks to Harold Abend for contributions to these teams.

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

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One Comment

  1. Robert Ennis
    Posted March 31, 2023 at 4:08 pm | Permalink

    Hello Mark –
    I hope that you are well, would you happen to have the List for the 2022 Girls BB part 1
    Could I get a copy of that list? Thank you.

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