G/F Kaila Charles

Riverdale Baptist / Sr.

After winning two state titles at Eleanor Roosevelt, this three-time All-Met transferred to Riverdale Baptist as a senior and closed out her decorated career with another dominating campaign. Facing a mostly national schedule, Charles averaged more than 20 points, scored in double figures in all but one game, registered 13 double-doubles and played in the McDonald's all-American game. The athletic Maryland recruit has perimeter skills and post moves and lost just once against local competition the past three years.

Charles wills Riverdale to comeback win vs. Forestville

G Alex Marquis

Oakton / Sr.

Virginia 6A North region player of the year averaged 14 points, shot 43 percent from beyond the arc and had an assist to turnover ratio of 2.3 to 1 this season.

Marquis' steady hand guides Cougars

G Jada Graves

Edison / Sr.

Lightning quick Elon commit used pressing defense to ignite a fast-break offense and lead the Eagles to four straight appearances in the state tournament.

Graves helps Eagles get over the hump

Coach of the Year Scott Allen

Paul VI

The Panthers have become one of the country's top teams over the past decade under Allen and set a new school record for wins (33) for the second year in a row this season. The 10-time defending VISAA champions have compiled a 64-2 record against WCAC competition en route to three-consecutive league titles and back-to-back No. 1 finishes.

F Isabella Alarie

National Cathedral / Sr.

The area's leading scorer and D.C. Gatorade player of the year averaged 28 points, 15 rebounds and five blocks this season. Will play at Princeton.

Alarie named Gatorade state POY

G Mykea Gray

National Christian / Jr.

The Maryland Gatorade player of the year is one of the nation’s top point guard recruits and showed off a killer crossover while averaging 18.1 points this season.

Gray nabs Gatorade POY honor

G Octavia Wilson

Eleanor Roosevelt / Jr.

Emerged as one of the area's leading scorers this season (23 ppg) and scored 58 in the Raiders' 70-68 OT playoff win vs. C.H. Flowers.

Wilson scores 58 in playoff win

G Jasmine Whitney

Paul VI / Sr.

The winningest player in school history was named co-WCAC player of the year as the Panthers won a third straight league title. Will play at Pittsburgh.

Panthers claim third straight WCAC crown

G Lindsey Pulliam

Good Counsel / Jr.

The co-WCAC player of the year transitioned seamlessly into a leading role against fierce competition, averaging 15 points and seven rebounds.

Falcons knock off Paul VI

F Kayla Robbins

St. John's / Sr.

Gifted Michigan recruit returned to health from a knee injury and led the Cadets in scoring en route to a DCSAA title and first team all-WCAC honors.

Cadets beat Visitation in DCSAA title game rematch

G Abby Meyers

Whitman / Jr.

Versatile scorer saved her best for the biggest moments, notching 21 points in the Maryland 4A final and leading the Vikings to their first state title since 1995.

Meyers powers Whitman to Md. 4A title

Front row, from left: Mykea Gray, National Christian; Jasmine Whitney, Paul VI; Lindsey Pulliam, Good Counsel; Jada Graves, Edison; Alex Marquis, Oakton. Back row, from left: Abby Meyers, Whitman; Kayla Robbins, St. John's; Isabella Alarie, National Cathedral; Player of the Year Kaila Charles of Riverdale Baptist; Octavia Wilson, Eleanor Roosevelt; Coach of Year Scott Allen of Paul VI. (John McDonnell / The Washington Post)

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