PAG METER GIRLS BASKETBALL ALL CENTRAL SECTION ALL STAR TEAM 2018-2019

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PAG METER GIRLS BASKETBALL ALL CENTRAL SECTION ALL STAR TEAM 2018-2019

A recap of the Championship games at Selland Arena

CENTRAL SECTION CHAMPIONSHIP DIVISION

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Clovis West beat Clovis North 73-38
The Golden Eagles took care of business early in the game and C Dub wins their 7th straight Central Section Championship

 

DIVISION 2

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The Bakersfield Drillers are back to back Division 2 Section Champions beating the Yosemite Badgers 47-42

 

DIVISION 3

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Selma beat Fresno High 71-39. The Bears dominated from day one with tremendous team basketball

 

DIVISION 4

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The Memorial Panthers are 3 peat Section Champions after beating McFarland 50-38

 

DIVISION 5

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Caruthers beat Coalinga 56-44 and the Blue Raiders are also the Division 5 State Champions beating the Ramona Rams 62-38

 

PAG METER ALL CENTRAL SECTION ALL STAR GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM
SPECIAL AWARDS

PAG METER TEAM OF THE YEAR

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CARUTHERS BLUE RAIDERS
The Blue Raiders are the Division 5 Section Champions and also the Division 5 State Champions. The Blue Raiders did it the old fashion way with building the program from within. This team has been playing together since the 4th grade. Awesome to see! The Blue Raiders finished the year with a school record for wins at 32-4

 

PAG METER PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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MADDIE CAMPBELL, SENIOR, Clovis West Golden Eagles
It was clear that Maddie was the best player in 2018-2019 in leading the Golden Eagles to a Central Section Championship. The 1st team all state All Star leaves with 4 Section Championship rings and also got a State/National Championship Ring her sophomore year when the Golden Eagles were the best team in the USA! Campbell closed her senior season averaging a double-double 19.9 points and 10.9 rebounds per game. For her career, she set school records with 1,993 points, 617 assists and 324 made three-pointers. Her 3-point total also is 2nd all-time in the section. Maddie’s 4 years won 127 games, which is the best in section history and one of the best in state history.
Next stop for the 3-point sharp shooter will be playing for the USC Trojans

 
PAG METER SMALL SCHOOL PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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HANNAH HURLEY, senior, guard, Kern Valley Broncs
One of the best athletes in the Section that can play any sport averaged 21 PPG. Hannah leaves Kern Valley scoring 1,886 career points and will go down as one of the best Broncs player ever

 

PAG METER COACH OF THE YEAR

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ANNA ALMEDIA, Caruthers Blue Raiders
Anna led the Blue Raiders all the way to a state championship with a team that is home grown. The Blue Raiders might just be the hardest working team in the Central Section. Caruthers finished the year 32-4 and a school record and Anna was also the division 5 State Coach of the year

 

PAG METER OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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SAVANNAH TUCKER, Clovis North Broncos
Will come in 2019-2020 as the top player in the Section. For Savannah to lead the Broncos to a Central Section Championship, she has to be the team leader before, during and after the game. Savannah is so dangerous on both sides of the ball

 

PAG METER DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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FISH RAMIREZ, Senior, Caruthers Blue Raiders
One of the best and most fundamentally sound players in the state. Nobody will outwork Fish in the paint. The Blue Raiders leader for the State Champions

 

PAG METER UNDERCLASSMEN OF THE YEAR

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JAZMINE SOTO, Sophomore, Strathmore Spartans
A star is born in Strathmore. Jaz already over 1000 career points and only a sophomore (28ppg) with 7 steals per game. The Spartans will be real good the next 2 years

 

PAG METER CENTRAL SECTION ALL STAR 1ST TEAM GIRLS BASKETBALL 2018-2019
ROWAN HEIN, Junior, Clovis North Broncos
Rowan has so much potential at the next level. If the Broncos want to win the Central Section in 2019-2020 then Hein needs to have a fantastic senior year. Rowan will go down as one of the best and hardest working player to ever play at Clovis North

 

 

BREANNA HURT, Junior, Kerman Lions
Hurt had a big junior year averaging 22 points and 12 rebounds per game. Watch out for her senior year because she will be one of the best players in the section

 
NIKI TOM, Sophomore, Clovis West Golden Eagles
Already a star as a sophomore. Without Niki last year, the Golden Eagles don’t win their 6th straight Central Section Championship. Niki was clutch in so many big games in helping the Golden Eagles win their 7th straight Central Section title. This year she played like a senior and loves when the pressure is on. The Golden Eagles are in good hands the next 2 years with their All State player in the line up. Niki will go down with being one of the best in Golden Eagles history after she graduates and that’s saying a lot

 
MACIE JAMES, Sophomore, Memorial Panthers
The CMAC MVP had a fantastic sophomore year for the Division 4 Section Champions that averaged 12 points and 7 rebounds per game

 

 

KIARA BROWN, Senior, Tulare Union Tribe
One of the best to play at Tulare in a long long time. The EYL player of the year averaged 23 points and 15 rebounds and 5 steals per game

 

 

MADDY REED, Senior, Kingsburg Vikings
The Central Sequoia league Player of the year averaged 21 PPG. Maddy finished her 4-year career with 1,485 points. Next stop will be playing at UC Merced

 
RACHEL VIEIRA, Senior, Selma Bears
Senior leader for the Division 3 Section Champions and the Central Sequoia League Offensive Player of the year. She averaged 18.1 points, 3.6 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 5.1 steals per game. Rachel leaves Selma’s as all-time leading scorer with 1,407 points. Next stop will be playing at Morrisville State

 

 

LEXUS GREEN, Senior, Garces Rams
The senior leader and the SWYL MVP averaged 18.6 points, 4.7 steals, 4.0 rebounds and 3.7 steals per game

 

 
JAQUE MAGANA, Senior, Caruthers Blue Raiders
One of the best to ever play at Caruthers. Jaque was amazing on both sides of the ball. She was full throttle for the Division 5 and State Champions for 32 minutes every game

 

 
AUNJONA JAMES, Senior, Memorial Panthers
The Senior leader for the Division 4 Section Champions. Next stop for the 1st team division 2 All State All star will be playing at home for the FSU Bulldogs

 

 

CELESTE LEWIS, Junior, Sierra Pacific Golden Bears
Will be one of the best players in the Central Section her senior year and will go down as one of the best to ever play at Sierra Pacific. Averaged 18 PPG and also a tremendous defensive player

 

 
RAVYNN ANIELSKI, Junior, Pioneer Valley Panthers
One of the best players on the Central Coast. The All-Area MVP averaged 19.2 points and 3.2 steals per game. Her senior year should be fantastic

 

 

 

NELI DIAZ, Senior, McFarland Cougars
A huge reason why the Cougars made it all the way to the Division 3 state title game.
The Cougars all-time leading scorer with 2,018 points and this year she averaged 18.9 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals per game

 

 

 

PAG METER ALL CENTRAL SECTION 2ND TEAM ALL STARS

Jayla Green JAYLA GREEN, Senior, Central Grizzlies
The TRAC All Star was the senior Leader on a VERY YOUNG team

 

SEMIE BRAR, Sophomore, Central Grizzlies
The team captain and only a sophomore. That’s how good she is already!

 

 

TEAGAN THURMAN, junior, Tehachapi Warriors
Played so steady all year long. The South Yosemite League MVP averaged 17.8 points and 11.2 rebounds per game. Had a streak of 11 consecutive games posting a double-double

 

 

AVERY EVANS, Junior, Clovis Cougars
Will be one of the best her senior year. Tremendous shooter and rebounder for the Cougars

 

 

TAYLOR LINZIE, Junior, Bakersfield Drillers
Taylor is a winner and plays so hard. She Averaged 9.9 points, 11.8 rebounds and 3.6 steals per game for the Division 2 Section Champions. Will be one of the best in the south valley her senior year

 

 

CHAMPNEY PULLIAM, Senior, Clovis West Golden Eagles
Champney hit her biggest shot in her career last year when she nailed a 3-pointer at the horn against Harvard-Westlake 46-45 in the state open playoffs. Leaves with 4 Section Championship rings and a State/National Championship ring. Next stop will be the University of Idaho

 

 

KANYAH PATTERSON, Junior, East Blades
Had one heck of a year averaging 19 ppg. The Southeast Yosemite League MVP will be up for Pag Meter Player of the year her senior year

 

 

AARI’YANNA SANDERS, Senior, Clovis West Golden Eagles
Outstanding rebounder and big time player for the Section Champions. Leaves with 4 Section Championship rings and a State/National Championship ring

 

 

GRACE WEBB, Senior, Clovis North Broncos
The senior leader and had one heck of a career for the Broncos

 

ALANA ROBERTS, Junior, Sierra Pacific Golden Bears
A rising star that averaged a double-double with 15 points and 13 rebounds per game

 
SAPPHIRE JONES, Senior, Hanford Bullpups
Played outstanding for the WYL Champions that averaged 13 points and 8 rebounds per game

 

 

 

ELENA LOUTHERBACK, Sophomore, Selma Bears
Only a sophomore and one of the best defensive players in the section for the Division 3 Section Champions

 

 

JACKLYN KULOW, Sophomore, Caruthers Blue Raiders
Huge part of the State Championship team and will be one of the best players in the state by the time she graduates

 

 

PAG METER ALL CENTRAL SECTION 3RD TEAM ALL STARS

TAYLOR PILOT, Senior, Clovis North Broncos
JULIE HERNANDEZ, Senior, McFarland Cougars
NATALY MATA, Senior, Fresno High Warriors
KENDALL VANDER TUIG, Sophomore, CVC Cavaliers
NAOMI JENNINGS, Senior, Stockdale Mustangs
ANELISE LOPEZ, Senior, Sanger Apaches
NEVAEH LINTON, Junior, Highland Scots
DANYELL BOOKER, Sophomore, Sunnyside Wildcats
CLARISSA CHAVEZ, Senior, Redwood Rangers
RAY VAUGHN Junior, West Vikings
ALEECIA ROSEL,Senior, Madera South Stallions
JADA HEIGHTS, Junior, Edison Tigers
CU-NISHA Senior, Sanger Apaches
DAEJA HOLMES, Junior, Hoover Patriots
KATHY RODRIGUEZ, Senior, McFarland Cougars
MICHAELA YOUNG, Freshmen, Hanford Bullpups
PAZ MIAH, freshman, Reedley Pirates
TRISTAN RANDLE, Senior, Roosevelt Rough Riders
MCKENNA HSIUNG, Senior, Bakersfield Drillers
KAYLEIGH LOPEZ, Senior, Mission Oak Hawks
VIVACA GONZALES, Senior, Tulare Union Tribe
JAZLYNNE MEDRANO, Junior, Porterville Panthers
ADDISYN MCMURTREY Sophomore, Garces Rams
JEWELIA MANISS, Junior, Porterville Panthers
MIA PENGILLY, Senior, Monache Marauders
KOLBI ADAMS, Junior, Hanford West Huskies
CLARISSA MORENO, Junior, Selma Bears
JAYCIE WILKINSON, Junior, Exeter Monarchs
AJA MUHAMMED, Freshman, Edison Tigers
LESLY AGUILAR, Junior, Roosevelt Rough Riders

 

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