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First Team  |  Second Team  |  Third Team  |  Fourth Team  |  Honorable Mention  |  Final Rankings

Player of the Year

Jasmine Thomas, Sr.
Oakton  |  Guard  |  5-9
The three-time All-Met and four-time Northern Region player of the year will depart as the second-leading scorer in Virginia girls' basketball history (to Phoebus's LaKeisha Frett) with 2,598 points. Thomas also ranks third in the state in career assists (504) and steals (519). The McDonald's all-American game MVP and Nike/WBCA all-American pick made 124 three-pointers during her career, the 10th-highest career mark in the state. Will play for Duke.

Coach of the Year

Maureen Shacreaw
The seventh-year coach guided the Raiders to Howard County, Maryland 2A South and state titles to cap a 25-3 season; the team trailed Southern by nine points in the fourth quarter of the championship game but rallied for a 69-62 win. Atholton knocked off previously unbeaten Walkersville in the semifinals. The Raiders reached the state semifinals last season.

First Team


Doreena Campbell Tierra Ruffin-Pratt Ebonie Williams Brittany Hilliard Monica McNutt
Edison, Sr.
Guard  |  5-10
T.C. Williams, Soph.
Guard  |  6-0
Notre Dame, Sr.
Guard  |  5-8
Theodore Roosevelt
Guard-Forward  |  5-11
Holy Cross, Sr.
Forward  |  6-0
The repeat All-Met averaged 19.8 points, 7 rebounds, 4 steals and 3 assists, and made 48 three-pointers, in steering the Eagles to their second consecutive Virginia AAA Northern Region title and second straight state runner-up finish. Will play for UCLA. A second-team All-Met selection as a freshman, she averaged 22.7 points, 11 rebounds, 4 steals and 4 assists and already has topped 1,000 points for her career. She is considered one of the top players in the nation in her age group. The catalyst for the wire-to-wire No. 1 team in the area, the point guard averaged 13 points, 8.5 assists and 4 steals and sank 54 three-pointers as the Dragons (29-1) achieved a No. 5 ranking nationally. Will play for Seton Hall. The Washington area's leading scorer for the third consecutive season, Hilliard averaged 31.2 points for the DCIAA runner-up. Will play for Syracuse. In helping the team win its first Catholic league title since 1981 and its first City Title championship, the Tartans' co-captain paced a balanced squad with 12 points and 11 rebounds per game. Will play for Georgetown.


Tia Bell Dominique Bryant Chay Shegog Brooke Wilson
H.D. Woodson, Sr.
Forward  |  6-3
St. John's, Sr.
Forward  |  6-0
Brooke Point, Jr.
Forward-Center  |  6-4
Eleanor Roosevelt, Jr.
Forward  |  6-2
Polished and versatile, Bell excelled both inside and on the perimeter for the two-time DCIAA champions. Averaged 13.5 points, 10.9 rebounds and 4.7 blocks. Will play for North Carolina State. The wing, a second-team All-Met choice last year, averaged 14.2 points, 9 rebounds and 3 assists, and made 37 three-pointers, in leading the Cadets to the WCAC final for the 11th time in 12 years. Will play for Saint Joseph's. Despite being double- and even triple-teamed all season, Shegog averaged 18.2 points, 17.4 rebounds and 5.9 blocks per game as the Black-Hawks won a third straight Commonwealth District championship. Committed to North Carolina. A vital part of Maryland's three-time defending 4A champions, she averaged 12.3 points, 12 rebounds and 8 steals. Wilson was the leading scorer in the 20-point win over Blake in the final.

Second Team

G - Rachel Barnes, Largo, Sr.
G - Robin Colbert, Holy Cross, Sr.
G - Camille Collier, Sidwell Friends, Sr.
G - Taleia Moton, Suitland, Sr.
F - Claire Wheeler, Good Counsel, Sr.

Third Team

G-F - Shanel Harrison, Good Counsel, Jr.
G - Taneisha Harrison, St. John's, Sr.
G - Nalini Hawkins, Bethesda-CC, Sr.
F - Lynetta Kizer, Potomac (Va.), Jr.
G - Julie Taylor, Atholton, Sr.

Fourth Team

F - Ataira Franklin, Riverdale Baptist, Fr.
G - Tarik Hislop, Paint Branch, So.
G - Miriam McKenzie, Oakland Mills, Jr.
F - Mia Nickson, Notre Dame, Jr.
G - LaKeisha Wright, E. Roosevelt, Sr.

Honorable Mention

Ashley Abed, Oakton, Sr.; Olivia Applewhite, Eleanor Roosevelt, Soph.; Jay Babineaux, Lee, Jr.; Jocelyn Bailey, Bullis, Jr.; Marianne Bell, Stone Bridge, Sr.; Jackie Brewer, Handley, Fr.; Erin Brown, Whitman, Jr.; Zykia Brown, Parkdale, Sr.; Keyona Bryant, C.H. Flowers, Jr.; Alexis Campbell, Broad Run, Jr.; Alex Chili, Walter Johnson, Jr.; Taryn Christian, Springbrook, Sr.; Chasity Clayton, Edison, Jr.; Rocelia Cooper, Holy Child, Sr.; Adria Crawford, Edison, Jr.; Brittany Crowell, Gwynn Park, Jr.; Ashley Davis, Arundel, Soph.; Denae Davis, Highland, Jr.; Katherine DeHenzel, St. John's, Sr.; Simone Egwu, Arundel, Soph.; Brittany Eley, Westlake, Sr.; Kelsey Erdman, River Hill, Sr.; Annesia Faulkner, Pallotti, Sr.; Melissa Ford, Surrattsville, Sr.; Briana Glover, Thomas Stone, Sr.; Deven Green, Northwest, Soph.; Stacy Griffith, Riverbend, Sr.; Elashier Hall, Eleanor Roosevelt, Soph.; Courtney Hamner, Osbourn Park, Sr.; Nicole Harrison, Marshall, Sr.; Brittany Hollins, Largo, Sr.; Kimmy Hopkins, Brentsville, Jr.; Danni Jackson, Forest Park, Soph.; Sami Kozlowski, Linganore, Sr.; Vanessa Lamison, Douglass, Sr.; Brittany Lilley, Severna Park, Jr.; Grace Mashore, National Cathedral, Jr.; Allison McDaniel, Georgetown Visitation, Jr.; Ariana Moorer, Hylton, Jr.; Tiana Myers, Bishop McNamara, Jr.; Jaclyn Nucci, South River, Jr.; Kala Nwachukwu, Bishop McNamara, Jr.; Bernisha Pinkett, H.D. Woodson, Soph.; Brittany Poindexter, Holy Cross, Sr.; Khalilah Quigley, Paint Branch, Soph.; Kendall Shepard, Northwestern, Sr.; Asyja Smith, Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.; April Sparkman, Walkersville, Sr.; Azania Stewart, Notre Dame, Jr.; Brianna Taylor, Riverdale Baptist, Sr.; Kiara Thomas, Old Mill, Sr.; Meredith Tolley, Urbana, Sr.; Queenique Tyler, Potomac (Md.), Sr.; Molly Wannen, Blake, Sr.; Taylor Warner, Clarke County, Sr.; Gwen Washington, Stonewall Jackson, Jr.; Kem Wilson, Thomas Johnson, Sr.

Final Girls' Rankings

1. Notre Dame (29-1)
2. Largo (26-1)
3. Holy Cross (25-5)
4. Eleanor Roosevelt (24-3)
5. Edison (30-2)
6. Oakton (27-3)
7. Riverdale Baptist (25-6)>
8. Bishop McNamara (24-9)
9. Atholton (25-3)
10. H.D. Woodson (23-4)
11. Paint Branch (21-4)
12. Blake (18-6)
13. Good Counsel (24-9)
14. Old Mill (22-5)
15. Whitman (19-6)
16. Walkersville (25-1)
17. Arundel (21-5)
18. Southern (21-6)
19. Stonewall Jackson (22-6)
20. Clarke County (26-4)

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