Girls' Basketball leaders
Points per game
Free Throws
Rank Name School Average
1 Taylor Murray Annapolis Area Christian 33
2 Taniya Dunn SEED 26.1
3 Briel Palmer Northwestern 25.8
4 Marta Sniezek National Cathedral 24.5
5 Kieche White Friendship Collegiate 24.2
6 Alyssa Ortiz Wakefield School 24
- Natasha Lowe Cesar Chavez 24
7 Mariah Leonard Broad Run 23.2
8 Dominique Walker Watkins Mill 23.1
9 Briana Hardee Westlake 22.3
10 Samantha Krumbhaar North County 22
11 Amber Conyers Lackey 21.3
12 Danielle Durjan Watkins Mill 21
13 Daisa Harris Paint Branch 20.9
14 Kaila Charles Eleanor Roosevelt 20.7
15 Dominique Newman Osbourn 20.3
- K Johnson Annapolis 20.3
- Genesis Parker Stonewall Jackson 20.3
16 Jada Graves Edison 20.1
17 Kelly Koshuta Madison 20
- Theda Jackson Oakland Mills 20
18 Diamond McCoy H.D. Woodson 19.7
19 Charnise Tyler Suitland 19.6
20 Kennedi Colclough Arundel 19.5
21 Tytilayo Green Wilson 19.4
22 Chelsea Mitchell Atholton 19.3
- Dami Oloyede High Point 19.3
23 Ariana Romney Grace Brethren 19.2
24 Mya Harris Severn School 19
25 De'Janae Boykin C.H. Flowers 18.4
- Emily Conroe Fairfax Home School 18.4
26 Nicole Robinson Northeast 18.2
- Brooke Worrell Chesapeake 18.2
27 Green Capitol Christian 18
28 Brooke Basinger Woodgrove 17.9
- Isabella Alarie National Cathedral 17.9
- Princess Aghayere South Lakes 17.9
29 Kendal Edwards Georgetown Day 17.5
30 Khadijah Pearson Kennedy 17.3
- Ayonna Williams Ballou 17.3
- Raven Fox Elizabeth Seton 17.3
- Jermaiyah Baker Ballou 17.3
31 Alexis Jackson Meade 17.2
32 Imani Quinn Fairmont Heights 17
- Sheri Addison Wootton 17
33 Abby Meyers Whitman 16.9
34 Hope Randolph Magruder 16.8
35 Shawnice King Hammond 16.7
36 Alexis Bailey Tuscarora 16.5
- Dalina Julien Einstein 16.5
Girls Basketball in the news

Loaded with Division-I recruits, Forestville girls’ basketball aims high after state title run

Kiara Smith, Tyasia Moore and Noo Washington have the Knights thinking big as they try to defend their Maryland 1A state title.
Eric Goldwein ·
November 6, 2015

Sofilia Ngwafang realizes potential at Paint Branch, commits to La Salle basketball

The 6-4 post player found confidence and post moves in Burtonsville.
Gabe Hiatt ·
October 28, 2015

Week 7 Friday Football Pick ‘Em: Northwest-Quince Orchard, DeMatha-Gonzaga and more

Let us know who you think will win this weekend’s biggest high school football games around the Washington area.
Mark Giannotto ·
October 16, 2015

Autumn Ashe commits to LIU-Brooklyn, gears up for final season with Paint Branch

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | The Panthers’ senior is back on the perimeter after two years in the paint, and she’s eager to guide her team back to the state tournament.
Eric Goldwein ·
October 8, 2015

How a Scottish rugby player went from Edinburgh to Leonardtown to kicking for Arkansas-Pine Bluff football

Jamie Gillan is not your typical Division I college football kicker, but he’s making an impression as a freshman starter at the HBCU school.
Gabe Hiatt ·
September 23, 2015

Whitman’s Abby Meyers sticks with soccer while pursuing her basketball dreams

Whitman’s Abby Meyers sticks with high school soccer even as her recruitment in basketball picks up.
Mark Giannotto ·
September 22, 2015

UNC-Greensboro basketball claims Riverdale Baptist's Alexus Willey, Mangela Ngandjui

Willey and Ngandjui are two members of a Crusaders class that could produce seven college basketball players.
Gabe Hiatt ·
September 16, 2015

Summer Workouts: Edison's Jada Graves ready to take game to next level

With colleges pursuing her and three straight state tournament losses weighing on her, the All-Met guard is plenty motivated for her senior year.
Brandon Parker ·
August 19, 2015

Incoming Riverdale Baptist girls' basketball transfer Morgan Smith commits to Georgetown

Riverdale Baptist girls' basketball transfer Morgan Smith committed to play her college basketball at Georgetown earlier this week.
Mark Giannotto ·
May 30, 2015

St. John's F Sarah Overcash commits to Illinois women's basketball

St. John's rising senior Sarah Overcash committed to Illinois women's basketball this week.
Mark Giannotto ·
May 15, 2015