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PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Tierra Ruffin-Pratt | T.C. Williams » Guard » 6-0 » Jr.
Considered one of the top talents in the country, the repeat All-Met averaged 25.5 points, 15 rebounds and 7 assists in leading the Titans to an unbeaten regular season. She scored at least 17 points in every game.
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“It’s kind of calm, laid-back,” she said. “It calms me down.”
COACH OF THE YEAR
Heather Podosek | Paint Branch
Podosek, in her 12th season with Paint Branch and 24th in coaching, guided the height-challenged Panthers to a 25-0 record and the Maryland 3A title. It was her second state crown in eight seasons. Paint Branch’s smallest margin of victory was eight points. Paint Branch finished No. 2 in the final Post rankings.
|Tarik Hislop ||Patrice Johnson||Shanel Harrison |
|Paint Branch » Guard » 5-7 » Jr. ||H.D. Woodson » Guard » 5-10 » Sr.||Good Counsel » G-F » 5-11 » Sr. |
|Always a threat with the ball in her hands, Hislop averaged 21 points and 4.7 assists for the undefeated Maryland 3A champions and also added 7.4 rebounds and 4.8 steals per game. ||Led a young team to its third straight D.C. Interscholastic Athletic Association championship and first City Title for a DCIAA school since 2004. Averaged 13.7 points, 8.8 rebounds and 4 steals.||The Washington Catholic Athletic Conference player of the year averaged 17.8 points, 9.1 rebounds, 2.8 blocks and 2.4 steals and led the Falcons (29-5) on a 24-game winning streak. Will play for Virginia Tech. |
|Lynetta Kizer ||Mia Nickson||Miriam McKenzie |
|Potomac (Va.) » Center » 6-3 » Sr. ||Notre Dame » Forward » 6-1 » Sr.||Oakland Mills » Guard » 5-8 » Sr. |
|One of the most dominant players in the area, the McDonald’s all-American selection averaged 20 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Panthers to the Virginia AAA Northwest Region tournament. Will play for Maryland. ||The top scoring threat on the area’s No. 1 team, Nickson averaged a team-best 12.9 points on a team that included five Division I players. With her in the lineup, the Dragons have not lost locally during the past two seasons. Will play for Boston College.||The leading scorer in the Washington area at 27.5 points per game, the dynamic guard known for her great moves will graduate as the Scorpions’ all-time leading scorer (1,744 points). Averaged 13 rebounds and 3.9 assists. Will play for Loyola. |
|Azania Stewart ||Chay Shegog ||Brooke Wilson |
|Notre Dame » Center » 6-4 » Sr. ||Brooke Point » Center » 6-5 » Sr. ||Eleanor Roosevelt » Forward » 6-2 » Sr. |
|The London native averaged 11.2 points, 7.5 rebounds and 3 blocks, and her presence inside created open looks for teammates. Will play for Florida. ||Starring on an inexperienced team, the repeat All-Met and McDonalds’s all-American choice averaged 20.5 points, 15 rebounds and 9.2 blocks. Will play for North Carolina. ||The repeat All-Met led the Raiders on both ends of the floor, averaging 16.4 points and 10.1 rebounds before a season-ending knee injury in the Maryland 4A South Region final. Will play for George Washington. |
F - Laura Broomfield St. Mary’s Ryken, Sr.
F - Simone Egwu Arundel, Jr.
G - Ataira Franklin Riverdale Baptist, So.
G - Danni Jackson Forest Park, Jr.
G - Shontice Simmons Holy Cross ,Sr.
F - Jocelyn Bailey Bullis, Sr.
F - Adria Crawford Edison, Sr.
G - Elashier Hall Eleanor Roosevelt, Jr.
G - Tiana Myers Bishop McNamara, Sr.
F - Gwen Washington Stonewall Jackson, Sr.
F - Jay Babineaux Lee, Sr.
G - Alex Chili Walter Johnson, Sr.
G - Kimmy Hopkins Brentsville, Sr.
G - Grace Mashore National Cathedral, Sr.
F - Khalilah Quigley Paint Branch, Jr.
Samantha Akers, Loudoun County, Sr.; Bilnita Armstead, James Monroe, Jr.; Brittney Barber, Surrattsville, Sr.; Brianna Bradford, Reservoir, Jr.; Jackie Brewer, Handley, So.; Janay Brinkley, Spalding, So.; Raven Brooks, Theodore Roosevelt, Sr.; Brittani Brown, Lackey, Sr.; Erin Brown, Whitman, Sr.; Keyona Bryant, C.H. Flowers, Sr.; Alexis Campbell, Broad Run, Sr.; Josette Campbell, Notre Dame, Sr.; Alexis Canady, Bishop McNamara, Sr.; Chasity Clayton, Edison, Sr.; Brittany Crowell, Gwynn Park, Sr.; Ashley Davis, Arundel, Jr.; Danielle Douglas, Blake, Jr.; Deanna Dydynski, Mount Hebron, Sr.; Becca Feldman, Wootton, Sr.; Deven Green, Northwest, Jr.; Tianna Hawkins, Riverdale Baptist, Jr.; Taylor Hilton, Sidwell Friends, Jr.; Marygrace Jay, Madison, Sr.; Andrea Jones, GB-Clinton, So.; Jamie Kaufman, Damascus, Sr.; Lynnae Lampkins, Gwynn Park, Sr.; Brittany Lilley, Severna Park, Sr.; Ashley Lindsey, Great Mills, Sr.; Danielle Luckett, Blake, Sr.; Tyaunna Marshall, Elizabeth Seton, So.; Allison McDaniel, G’town Visitation, Sr.; Kristine Mial, Lee, Jr.; Ariana Moorer, Hylton, Sr.; Jasmine Mushington, Carroll, Sr.; Donia Naylor, Anacostia, Sr.; Jaclyn Nucci, South River, Sr.; Amanda O’Neill, Westfield, Sr.; Elante Payton, Clarke County, Sr.; Bernisha Pinkett, H.D. Woodson, Jr.; Ronika Ransford, H.D. Woodson, So.; Deidre Richardson, Forest Park, Sr.; Carla Russell, Largo, Sr.; Sarah Schoof, W.T. Woodson, Sr.; Katie Sheahin, Good Counsel, Jr.; Elie Snyder, Atholton, Sr.; Rachel Stream, Poolesville, Sr.; Pryncess Tate-Dublin, Potomac (Md.), Sr.; Sheronne Vails, Arundel, So.; Taylor Wieczorek, Severn, Sr.; Nyree Williams, Howard, Jr.
Final Girls' Rankings
1. Notre Dame (28-2)
2. Paint Branch (25-0)
3. Riverdale Baptist (30-4)
4. H.D. Woodson (26-5)
5. Eleanor Roosevelt (24-2)
6. Mount Hebron (28-0)
7. Bishop McNamara (25-8)
8. Good Counsel (29-5)
9. Forest Park (25-5)
10. Lee (25-4)
11. T.C. Williams (22-1)
12. Edison (22-2)
13. Arundel (22-6)
14. Madison (26-2)
15. Stonewall Jackson (25-1)
16. Atholton (22-6)
17. Great Mills (24-2)
18. Blake (22-4)
19. C.H. Flowers (18-6)
20. Lackey (21-4)