Girls Basketball Top 25 – 2017
Clovis West Golden Eagles are your Valley Champions!
- No 1 Clovis West Golden Eagles (27-2)
- This is the best C Dub team ever and that’s saying a lot with the Fab 5. Leading the way of Megan Anderson, Danae Marquez, Sarah Bates, Bre’yanna Sanders and Tess Amundsen.
- No 2 Clovis (23-6)
- The Cougars are off to a great start and leading the way with senior Rachel Berry (17 ppg) and junior Taylor Correa (11 ppg)
- No 3 Independence (25-3)
- The division 2 champs are the favorites to get back to selland Arena. Senior Jasmin Dixon is averaging 20 ppg and junior Kahlaijah Dean comes in with 14 ppg.
- Beat Bakersfield, Ridgeview, Stockdale
- No 4 Clovis North (17-10)
- Very young team that could be a year away but will contend for 2nd place this year. The Broncos have Freshman’s Rowan Hein, Savannah Tucker, and Chloe Van Ness along with sophomores Grace Webb and Taylor Pilot.
- No 5 Mission Oak (23-6)
- No 1 in division 3. Junior Kambrayia (18 ppg) and Rhegan Fernandes (14 ppg) lead the Hawks.
- Beat Monache, Bakersfield, Independence
- No 6 Bakersfield (21-3)
- The Drillers are young and will contend in the SWYL and the division 2 title. Junior Taylor Caldwell (13 ppg) and sophomore McKenna Hsiung (12 ppg) lead the Drillers
- Beat Ridgeview
- No 7 Central (17-10)
- Big win over, Clovis North, Clovis, Stockdale, Ridgeview . Has all the potential to play CW at Selland
- No 8 Ridgeview (21-7)
- The only Wolf Pack team playing in division 1. The schedule will get tougher. Seniors Dana Degraffenenreid (16 ppg) and Katrina Cantu 11 ppg lead the Pack.
- Beat Hanford, Monache
- No 9 Hanford (20-8) WYL Champions!
- The favorites in the WYL and will battle to get to Selland Arena. One of the top players in the valley is senior Kate McCard averaging 19 ppg.
- No 10 Stockdale (21-8)
- The Mustangs are getting hot and will be very good by playoff time.
- No 11 Monache (20-8)
- The Marauders are a contender in the EYL and Selland. Senior Hailey Scott (17 ppg) and Kayla Watson (10 ppg) lead Monache
- No 12 Redwood (16-8)
- Will contend in the division 2 playoffs
- No 13 Selma (20-9)
- Will contend in the Central Sequoia
- No 14 Buchanan (14-14)
- The Bears are playing a tough schedule. Junior Anaya Sperling is so good averaging 22 ppg and freshman Morgan Mathis, averaging 17 ppg.
- No 15 Sierra Pacific (23-4)
- Beat Memorial
- No 16 Madera (20-8)
- Will contend in the CMAC. Leading the way are seniors Alyssa Burton (14 ppg) and Ashley Hansen (13 ppg)
- No 17 Golden Valley (22-6)
- The 7ulldogs are off to a great start. Senior Taja Holliday Ball is hot (17 ppg) scored 27 in the win over Bullard, and Arvin
- No 18 Arvin (25-4)
- Seniors Brianna Mendez (12 ppg) and Raleigh Tarver (10 ppg) lead the Bears
- No 19 Bullard (17-11)
- New head coach Cheyanne Alcala is building a program. Junior Shay Gibbons with a 16 ppg
- Beat Mission Oak
- No 20 Memorial (20-8)
- Beat Sanger, Yosemite
- They are absolutely loaded and should steamroll division 5 if healthy.
- Sophomores Mikaela Mangente, Aunjona James and Jada Shakoor lead the Panthers.
- No 21 Strathmore (25-4)
- Big wins over Orosi and Immanuel, Sierra Pacific
- No 22 Immanuel (15-11)
- Playing great basketball at the right time.
- Beat Madera South
- No 23 Yosemite (17-11)
- Beat Lemoore, Hoover, Bullard, Madera, Sierra
- No 24 Kerman (24-5)
- Winner of the Kerman Tournament
- Beat Madera South
- No 25 Orosi (22-7)
- The Cardinals play a very tough schedule