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2020 Winter All-Met: Girls’ basketball first team, second team and honorable mention

McNamara's Madison Scott is the girls' basketball Player of the Year. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)


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The following student-athletes have been selected to The Washington Post’s 2020 All-Met team for girls’ basketball:

Player of the Year

Madison Scott, F, Sr., Bishop McNamara

While solidifying herself as one of the country’s best defenders, Scott led the Mustangs to their first Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title since 2008. Against one of the area’s toughest schedules, the McDonald’s all-American guarded top players from around the country and in one of the nation’s most talented conferences. A forward with guard skills who had a major growth spurt entering her junior year, Scott averaged 13.3 points, 8.9 rebounds and 2.0 blocks. She will play at Mississippi.

First team

Alyssa Andrews, F, Jr., Colgan

One of Northern Virginia’s most versatile players, Andrews averaged 22.1 points, 12.1 rebounds and 2.8 blocks and powered the Sharks to the Virginia Class 6 Region B title.

Azzi Fudd, G, Jr., St. John’s

The two-time All-Met Player of the Year returned in January from a major knee injury to lead the Cadets to their fifth consecutive D.C. State Athletic Association title.

Azzi Fudd gets her groove back, leads St. John’s girls to DCSAA title

Kaniyah Harris, G, Sr., C.H. Flowers

The Howard signee did a little bit of everything, averaging 11.2 points, 7.2 rebounds, 4.3 assists and 4.0 steals as the defending Maryland 4A champion returned to the state semifinals before games were postponed.

Parker Hill, F, Jr., Churchill

One of the area’s most dominant post players, Hill averaged 16 points, 11 rebounds and 3.5 steals as the Bulldogs cruised through Montgomery County and into the Maryland 4A semifinals.

Kaylah Ivey, G, Sr., Riverdale Baptist

The Boston College signee was the focal point of one of the country’s top teams, averaging 16.1 points and 4.9 assists a game.

Chetanna Nweke, F, Sr., Stone Ridge

The Princeton commit averaged 23 points and guided the Gators to their first appearance in the Independent School League Class AA title game in 22 years.

Delicia Pinnick, G, Sr., New Hope

Pinnick flourished as one of the area’s best shooters, helping her squad finish second at the National Association of Christian Athletes Division I tournament.

Kiki Rice, G, So., Sidwell Friends

Also an All-Met forward in soccer, the D.C. Gatorade player of the year was among the area’s leaders in points (26.8), assists (5.6) and rebounds (10.7) while helping the Quakers claim the Independent School League Class AA regular season title.

Eniya Russell, G, Sr., Pallotti

The McDonald’s all-American led the Panthers to their first Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championship game appearance. She will play at South Carolina.

Coach of the Year

Kirsten Stone, Madison

The 12th-year coach directed a balanced lineup to a 28-1 record and a Virginia Class 6 co-championship. The Vienna school last claimed a state title in 1993, when Stone was a player for the team. The Warhawks went 22-0 in the regular season.

Second team

Tiffany Hooker, G, Sr., Reservoir

Liatu King, F, Sr., McNamara

Brianna Scott, F, Jr., South Lakes

Lee Volker, F, Jr., Paul VI

Taylor Webster, F, Sr., Georgetown Visitation

Third team

Deja Bristol, F, Sr., New Hope

Bri Johns, F, Sr., Edison

Tedi Makrigiorgos, G, Sr., Madison

Meghan O’Brien, F, Jr., Chantilly

Caroline Orza, G, Jr., Bethesda-Chevy Chase

Fourth team

Jenae Dublin, F, Sr., Gwynn Park

Zy’aire Hairston, G, So., Dunbar

Ajia James, F, Sr., O’Connell

Isabellah Middleton, F, Sr., Tuscarora

Megan Stevenson, F, Sr., Loudoun Valley

Honorable mention

Ashley Allen, F, Jr., Potomac Falls

Toyin Allen, F, Sr., Great Mills

Faith Alston, G, Sr., Paul VI

Patricia Anumgba, G, Sr., Paint Branch

Grace Arnolie, G, So., Madison

Zanai Barnett-Gay, G, So., CMIT-North

Kensley Benjamin, G, Sr., Calvert

Ashlynn Burrows, F, Sr., South River

Abby Cater, F, Jr., Elizabeth Seton

Kelis Corley, G, Sr., St. John’s

Kaiya Creek, G, Sr., National Christian

Jadyn Donovan, G, Fr., Sidwell Friends

Elizabeth Dufrane, G, Sr., McLean

Kennedy Fauntleroy, G, So., New Hope

Mesa Floyd, G, Sr., Wise

Brenae Ford, G, Sr., Douglass

Melanie George, G, Sr., Fairfax

Tyler Gray, G, Sr., Elizabeth Seton

Page Greenburg, G, So., Maret

Anii Harris, G, Sr., Howard

Ciara Harris, G, Sr., National Christian

Saniha Jackson, F, Sr., River Hill

Alyson Jefferson, G, Sr., Banneker

Charlotte Jewell, G, Sr., Edison

Laila Jewett, F, Jr., Bishop Ireton

Natalie Johnson, G, So., North Point

Sydney Lewis, F, Sr., McLean School

Danea Mackey, G, Jr., West Potomac

Brittini Martin, G, Sr., Churchill

Elizabeth Martino, G, Sr., Riverdale Baptist

McKenzie Matheny, F, Jr., West Springfield

Chalon Miles, G, Jr., St. Mary’s Ryken

Aaliyah Pitts, F, Sr., McNamara

Maikya Simmons, G, Sr., O’Connell

Mia Smith, G, So., Clarksburg

Jaelyn Talley, F, So., Paul VI

Jessica Tomasetti, G, Sr., Good Counsel

Tori Tolson, F, Sr., Surrattsville

Talia Trotter, G, So., Sandy Spring Friends

Satori Valentine, G, Sr., Mount Hebron

Yonta Vaughn, G, So., McNamara

Jazmine Washington, G, Sr., Oakland Mills

Amani Watts, F, Fr., Old Mill

Janiah Williams, F, Sr., Eastern

Aniya Wilson, G, Sr., Oxon Hill

— Text by Kyle Melnick