Girls BB: Divisional All-State 2024

Princess Cassell (left) from Lutheran of Orange averaged more than 17 ppg and already has been named first team All-Orange County. At right is junior Juliette James of Colfax, who is one of two from Falcons’ team that played in CIF D2 state final named all-state for D2. Photos: & Jordan Georgeson / Gold Country Media.

We roll on with honorees for the 45th annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state girls basketball teams with those listed in the same six divisions in which this year’s CIF state championships were contested. Competitive equity seedings continues to make it more complicated placing players into various divisions, but the extra effort is worth it so the same numbers of girls each season can say they are an all-state player.

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Izela Arenas (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) 5-9 SG/PG Sr.
Morgan Cheli (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) 6-1 PG Sr.
Jenessa Cotton (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) PF 6-2 Sr.
Emily Eadie (Sage Hill, Newport Beach) SG 6-0 Sr.
Grace Knox (Etiwanda) PF 6-2 Jr.
Jordan Lee (St. Mary’s, Stockton) SG 6-0 Sr.
Kamryn Mafua (Folsom) SF 6-1 Sr.
Aliyahna “Puff” Morris (Etiwanda) PG 5-6 Jr.
Taissa Queiroz (Cardinal Newman, Santa Rosa) PF 6-2 Jr.
Mackenly Randolph (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) SF 6-0 Sr.
Jerzy Robinson (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth) SG 6-1 Soph.
Kaleena Smith (Ontario Christian) PG 5-6 Fr.
Kennedy Smith (Etiwanda) SF 6-1 Sr.
Athena Tomlinson (Clovis West, Fresno) PG PG 5-5 Sr.
McKenna Woliczko (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) PF 6-2 Soph.


Point guard Reza Po from Sacred Heart Cathedral of San Francisco will play next at New Mexico. Photo:

Ryann Bennett (St. Anthony, Long Beach) PG 5-6 Sr.
Jordin Blackmon
(Bishop Montgomery, Torrance) SF 5-10 Jr.
Sofia Bowes (San Ramon Valley, Danville) SF 6-0 Sr.
Avary Cain (St. Joseph, Santa Maria) PG 6-1 Sr.
Nina Cain (McClatchy, Sacramento) SF 6-1 Jr.
Lev Feiman (Brentwood, Los Angeles) SG 5-9 Jr.
Amalia Holguin
(Sage Hill, Newport Beach) PG 5-10 Soph.
Natalia Martinez (Piedmont) SG 5-8 Sr.
Naomi Panganiban (La Jolla Country Day) PG 5-8 Sr.
Harper Peterson (Whitney, Rocklin) 6-3 C Sr.
Kori Rogers (St. Mary’s, Stockton) SG 5-10 Fr.
Kate Schat (Cardinal Newman, Santa Rosa) SG 5-8 Jr.
Jayla Stokes (Bishop O’Dowd, Oakland) PG 5-7 Soph.
Keisha Vitalicio (Carondelet, Concord) SF 5-10 Sr.
Kyara Walter (Mission Hills, San Marcos) SG 5-8 Sr.


Belle Bramer (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) SF 6-0 Sr.
Princess Cassell (Lutheran, Orange) SG 5-10 Sr.
Sierra Chambers (San Ramon Valley, Danville) PG 5-6 Sr.
Allison Clarke (Rosary, Fullerton) SF 5-11 Sr.
Alex Facelo (Pinewood, Los Altos Hills) SG 5-6 Sr.
Rylee Ghent (Santiago, Corona) SG 5-8 Sr.
Maria Gorbushin (Mission Hills, San Marcos) SG 5-7 Sr.
Savannah Jones (Bishop O’Dowd, Oakland) PG 5-5 Sr.
Tiara Jones (Bishop Montgomery, Torrance) SF 5-11 Sr.
Taliyah McFerson (Lynwood) PF 6-0 Sr.
Reza Po (Sacred Heart Cathedral, San Francisco) PG 5-2 Sr.
Annabelle Spotts (Sage Hill, Newport Beach) SF 6-2 Sr.
Brooklyn Taylor (Long Beach Poly) SF 6-1 Sr.
Dylan Tse (South Pasadena) SG 5-6 Sr.
Riley Walls (Clovis West, Fresno) SG 5-9 Jr.
Ella Zimmerman (Redondo, Redondo Beach) SF 6-2 Sr.

(Seniors only; see separate all-state underclass for more jrs, sophs & frosh)

Dee Dee Berry (Birmingham, Lake Balboa) SG 6-0
Mariah Blake (Westchester, Los Angeles) SF 5-11 Sr.
Mariah Brown (Mission Hills, San Marcos) PG 5-5
Audrey Chen (La Salle, Pasadena) PG 5-7
Faith Curry (Liberty, Bakersfield) SF 6-1
Ashanti Dias (Archbishop Riordan, San Francisco) PG 5-4
Syndey Heyn (Westview, San Diego) SF 6-0
Shea Joko (Lutheran, Orange) PG 5-4
Madalyn Kanazawa (Salesian, Richmond) PG 5-4
Nat Lopez (Birmingham, Lake Balboa) PG 5-4
Reese Noa (North, Torrance) SF 6-0
Zavadi Ogot (Santiago, Corona) SF 5-10
Mikayla Oliver (Oxnard) SF 5-10
Madison Perea (Liberty, Brentwood) C 6-0
Jameelah Pharms (Stagg, Stockton) SG 5-9
Josie Regez (Canyon, Canyon Country) SG 5-9
Ariyah Smith (Clovis West, Fresno) PG 5-3
Ella Uriarte (Folsom) SG 5-9
Sammy Velasquez (Birmingham, Lake Balboa) SF 5-9
Isabel Tan (Cosumnes Oaks, Elk Grove) SG 5-7
Kira Watanabe (Portola, Irvine) PG 5-1
Madison Watts (Leuzinger, Lawndale) SG 5-9
Elana Weisman (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) PF 6-1

Kennedy Smith (Etiwanda)


Mahliya Wilson was a four-year standout at Bonita Vista and was on this year’s All-CIF San Diego Section team. Photo: Mark Tennis / Cal-Hi Sports.

Carly Amborn (San Domenico, San Anselmo) SG 6-1 Jr.
Bailey Barnhard (Del Norte, San Diego) PG 6-2 Sr.
Kinidi Curl (Hamilton, Los Angeles) PG 5-9 Jr.
Carrington Davis (Rialto) SG 5-10 Jr.
Kaia Diederichs (Colfax) SG 5-7 Jr.
A.J. Gambol (Pleasant Valley, Chico) PG 5-9 Jr.
Quinn Godfrey (Branham, San Jose) C 6-4 Sr.
Leyna Gorauskas
(Maria Carrillo, Santa Rosa) PF 6-0 Sr.
Calonni Holloway (Vanden, Fairfield) PG 5-9 Jr.
Jhai Johnson (Oakland Tech) PG 6-4 Soph.
Ella Skryzniarz (Vista del Lago, Folsom) SG 5-9 Jr.
Deana Thompson
(Harvard-Westlake, Studio City) SG 5-9 Jr.
Delaney White (Oak Park) PG 5-6 Soph.
Mahliya Wilson
(Bonita Vista, Chula Vista) SG 5-9 Sr.
Amia Witt (Notre Dame, Sherman Oaks) SG 6-1 Sr.


Rylie Anderson (Glendora) PG 5-5 Jr.
Ryka Aprameyan (Evergreen Valley, San Jose) SG 5-10 Sr.
Isabella Azzolino (Antelope Valley) SG 5-9 Sr.
Mathis Dritz (Westlake, Westlake Village) SG 6-2 Soph.
Marissa Elizalde (St. Patrick-St. Vincent, Vallejo) SG 5-9 Sr.
Juliette James (Colfax) C 6-0 Jr.
Katelyn Johnson (Poway) SF 5-10 Jr.
Nyemah King (Lakewood) SG 5-9 Jr.
Kylie Ng (Mark Keppel, Alhambra) PG 5-4 Sr.
Onyekachi Nwanze (Cerritos) C 6-2 Sr.
Aloni Oliver (Buchanan, Clovis) SG 5-9 Sr.
Lea-line Romain (Santa Margarita, Rancho SM) SF 5-10 Sr.
Elizabeth Udeze (Silverado, Victorville) PG 5-7 Sr.
Eva Van Lokeran (Louisville, Woodland Hills) SF 5-10 Jr.
Kitty White (Redwood, Larkspur) PF 5-10 Soph.
Jamie Yue (Harvard-Westlake, Studio City) PG 5-5 Sr.

A.J. Gambol (Pleasant Valley, Chico)


Karena Eberts of Orinda Miramonte had more than 1,500 points and more than 1,000 rebounds during her prep career. Photo: Ann Murphy / Lamorinda Weekly.

Mecca Alexander
(Cornerstone Christian, Antioch) PG 5-7 Sr.
Emmi Almeida (Caruthers) SG 5-8 Soph.
Alana Brackett
(Cathedral Catholic, San Diego) PG 5-6 Sr.
Karena Eberts (Miramonte, Orinda) PF 6-2 Sr.
Sienna Evans
(San Joaquin Memorial, Fresno) SG 5-8 Jr.
Gabriella Kelley
(University, San Francisco) SF 6-1 Sr.
Sierra Maxwell (Heritage, Menifee) SG 5-9 Jr.
Keytonna Ross (Central, Fresno) PG 5-9 Sr.
Sara Shein (Bakersfield Christian) SG 5-10 Sr.
Sadie Sin (Clovis) PG 5-8 Soph.
Kenyah Stubbs (Hanford) PG 5-7 Sr.
Karma Paez (Granada Hills) SF 5-9 Sr.


Lindsay Biddle
(Rancho Bernardo, San Diego) SF 5-10 Soph.
Samaya Dillard (Grant, Sacramento) C 6-4 Sr.
Maddie Farnsworth (Palos Verdes, PV Estates) SG 5-9 Soph.
Karissa Hukill (Atwater) SG 5-8 Jr.
Victoria Hyatt (Shadow Hills, Indio) SG 5-8 Sr.
Michelle Kramer (Scripps Ranch, San Jose) SG 5-9 Sr.
Jaylee Moore (Caruthers) PG 6-1 Fr.
Tailer Morrison (Morro Bay) PG 5-11 Sr.
Armani Owens (Garey, Pomona) PF 5-11 Sr.
Ze’ni Patterson (Heritage, Brentwood) SG Fr.
Justine Prajitno (Canyon, Anaheim) SG 5-9 Sr.
Emma Schaaf (Trinity Classical Academy, Santa Clarita) PF 6-2 Sr.
Michelle Tang (Mills, Millbrae) PG 5-5 Sr.

Gabrielle Kelley (University, SF)


Escalon’s Sammy Lang already has been selected as the Modesto Bee’s Player of the Year (regardless of division). Photo: @EskiGirlsBball /

Laila Bowens
(El Camino Real, Woodland Hills) SG 5-8 Jr.
Kierabella Coletta-Todd (Newbury Park) SF 6-0 Jr.
Natalie Dance (Mt. Diablo, Concord) PG 5-2 Jr.
Leilani Edinburgh
(West Campus, Sacramento) SF 5-9 Sr.
Laila Florvilus (St. Bernard’s, Eureka) PG 5-9 Jr.
Radhika Garapaty (Notre Dame, San Jose) SG 5-7 Jr.
Maya Hodge (Lincoln) PG 5-10 Sr.
Sammy Lang (Escalon) PG 5-6 Sr.
Claire Nordeen (Fallbrook) PF 5-11 Sr.
Lexi Peters (Foothill, Palo Cedro) PG 5-7 Sr.
Kelis Powell (Lincoln, San Francisco) PG 5-5 Sr.
Aakash Price (Grossmont, El Cajon) SG 5-8 Fr.
Madelyn Shanahan (St. Bernard’s, Eureka) SF 6-0 Sr.
Nora Talty (Arcata) PG 5-5 Sr.
Alana Tapete (West Ranch, Valencia) PG 5-5 Sr.
JoAnna Warren
(University Prep, Palo Cedro) SG 5-10 Jr.

Laila Florilus (St. Bernard’s, Eureka)


Sidney Azua (Immanuel, Reedley) SG 5-7 Sr.
Noelle Champagne (Escondido Charter) PG 5-6 Jr.
Alexis Cornejo (Summit Shasta, Daly City) PG 5-2 Sr.
Claire Cox (Trinity, Weaverville) SG 5-9 Soph.
Janet Donkor (Valley Christian, Roseville) SG 5-9 Soph.
Ojugo Egeonu (Oakland) PF 6-2 Jr.
Lauren Harris (Faith Christian, Yuba City) SG 5-11 Soph.*
Tiara Jackson (Foothill, Bakersfield) PG 5-6 Sr.
Renaissance Johnson (Weed) C 6-1 Sr.*
Jemma Lacap (Crystal Springs Upland, Hillsborough) PG 5-5 Sr.
Maggie Lam (Lynbrook, San Jose) SG 5-5 Sr.
Harmony Lawler (Sage Creek, Carlsbad) C 6-2 Sr.
Niya Price (Antelope Valley, Lancaster) PF 6-2 Jr.
Nia Rogers (Redwood Christian, San Lorenzo) SG 5-6 Sr.
Daijha Teague (Oakland) PG 5-7 Sr.
Jordan Whitehead (Montgomery, San Diego) SG 5-10 SG
Paula Zumstein (Montgomery, San Diego) SF 6-0 Soph.

*Note: Teams from NorCal D6 playoffs are considered for D5 all-state. Since two from D6 made it on to D5, we also expanded D5 by two players.

Daijha Teague (Oakland)

*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 also was used for teams that were not in the regionals. We also looked at each team and the team it lost to in the playoffs and followed the line of teams to CIF regionals. In some cases, it also 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. Well more than a third of the players already have to have divisional placement figured out even going by the CIF regional divisions.

Special thanks to associate editor 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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