All-State Girls BB Patch List

Our all-state hoops patch for this year (2024) is now available to order at Patches also come with a certificate to further recognize the achievement.

For those just wanting to check to see about a particular player on this year’s All-State Underclass Team for girls basketball without being a subscriber, here is a simple alphabetical list. If you want the full presentation and are not Gold Club, please check out getting a membership today.

If you just want to know the name of someone listed on an all-state team, it’s never been our intention to force someone to become a subscriber. Users who are not subscribers but just have a question about any of our content are also always welcome to email at any time. To order a commemorative patch that comes with a certificate, families of those listed below can do so through THIS LINK from our partners at A link to order the 2024 girls basketball patches has been added to the other patches on the link.

Andrea Alamo (Santiago, Corona)
Emmi Almeida (Caruthers)
Carly Amborn (San Domenico)
Samari Bankhead (Windward)
Gloria Barrera (Buena Park)
Jordin Blackmon (Bishop Montgomery)
Brieana Brown (Francis Parker)
Cydnee Bryant (Centennial, Corona)
Kayla Boozer (South Pasadena)
Nina Cain (McClatchy)
Devin Cosgriff (Bishop O’Dowd)
Kinidi Curl (Hamilton, LA)
Ugreat Daniels (Priory)
Carrington Davis (Rialto)
Layla Dixon (Carondelet)
Mathis Dritz (Westlake)
Izzy Escribano (Canyon, CC)
Sienna Evans (San Joaquin Memorial)
Lev Feiman (Brentwood)
Laila Florvilus (St. Bernard’s, Eureka)
A.J. Gambol (Pleasant Valley)
Vivian Greneld (Orangewood Academy)
Angelina Habis (Harvard-Westlake)
Aleyah Harmon (Christian Brothers)
Bella Harmon (Buena Park)
Amalia Holguin (Sage Hill)
Calonni Holloway (Vanden)
Elizabeth Johnson (Orcutt Academy)
Jhai Johnson (Oakland Tech)
Katelyn Johnson (Poway)
Nyemah King (Lakewood)
Grace Knox (Etiwanda)
Vallory Kuelker (Pinewood)
Karyss Lacanlale (Acalanes)
Karisma Lewis (Buena)
Norret Lewis (McClatchy)
Kadence Lloyd (St. Anthony)
Morgan Mack (Hart)
Sierra Maxwell (Heritage, Menifee)
Bella Medina (Moreno Valley)
Maria Mejia (Orangewood Academy)
Alaysha Mills (Moreno Valley)
Leiayjah Mills (Moreno Valley)
Sophia Mindermann (Folsom)
Jaylee Moore (Caruthers)
Aliyahna “Puff” Morris (Etiwanda)
Tess Oldenberg (Chino)
Ze’ni Patterson (Heritage, Brentwood)
Mei-ling Perry (La Jolla Country Day)
Jackie Polk (Los Osos)
Niya Price (Antelope Valley)
Taissa Queiroz (Cardinal Newman)
Adrya Rajan (Fairmont Prep)
Gabby Ramos (Clovis East)
Armanyie Reed (Bishop Montgomery)
Chasity Rice (Mater Dei)
Kayla Rice (Dana Hills)
Jerzy Robinson (Sierra Canyon)
Kori Rogers (St. Mary’s, Stockton)
Alyssa Rudd (Monte Vista, Danville)
Terri’A Russell (Oakland Tech)
Rosie Santos (JSerra)
Kate Schat (Cardinal Newman)
Anna Shreeve (San Juan Hills)
Sadie Sin (Clovis)
Ella Skryzniarz (Vista del Lago, Folsom)
Haley Smith (Liberty Ranch, Galt)
Kaleena Smith (Ontario Christian)
Kailee Staniland (Ventura)
Nicole Steiner (Los Gatos)
Jayla Stokes (Bishop O’Dowd)
Deana Thompson (Harvard-Westlake)
Riley Walls (Clovis West)
Julia Wilson (Rancho Christian)
Delaney White (Oak Park)
McKenna Woliczko (Archbishop Mitty)
Kaeli Wynn (Mater Dei)
Liv Yergensen (Oak Ridge)

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  1. MargeG
    Posted May 5, 2024 at 4:10 pm | Permalink

    I am a little frustrated with you list of underclassmen girls basketball. There are 4 juniors at Acalanes High School who definitely belong on your list. We did not go far in playoff because one blew her knee out (Sophie Chinn), and my point guard (Karyss Lacanlale) played with the flu. Dulci Vail 6’1 and Ariana Hallstrom had to carry the team but was not enough for us. Karyss Lacanlale starts on CalStars EYBL 17U team for Kelly Sopak. Dulci Vail is on Bay City top 17U team (leading scorer). Ariana Hallstrom is the leading scorer & PG for Team Nor-Cal. I wish whoever is making the lists, would take a look at my girls. BTW, Sophie Chinn will be back next season.

    • Mark Tennis
      Posted May 5, 2024 at 7:43 pm | Permalink

      Sophie likely would have made it had she not gotten hurt. All of the Acalanes players were looked at and seriously considered. Harold, who you know well, went over all of the teams as well even though his name wasn’t on it. We really do try to do the best we can and usually the only response we get are unhappy parents and coaches.

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