Georgia girls all-area basketball team

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Allisha Gray, Washington County

COACH OF THE YEAR: Ivory Hugee, Westside

FIRST TEAM

Pos. Player School Height Class

F/C Khadijah Cave Laney 6-3 Jr.

Unstoppable around the basket for most games

F Azia Gibson Westside 6-0 Jr.

Dominated inside (12 ppg. and 12 rpg.) but could also run the floor

G Allisha Gray Washington County 6-0 Jr.

Averaged more than 30 ppg. while adding 8.2 rebounds

G Tiffani Harrison Hephzibah 5-6 Sr.

Carried the Lady Rebels to the state quarterfinals

F Ashleigh Outler Cross Creek 5-8 Soph.

Posted 13 ppg. and 8 rpg.

SECOND TEAM

F Jahmia Bradley Westside 5-11 Soph.

Averaged 14 points and shot 74 percent at the foul line

G Jermeka Gibson Laney 5-9 Sr.

Helped take the Lady Wildcats to another state semifinal appearance

G Malia Kency Grovetown 5-5 Soph.

Scored 15.3 points and had 5.3 assists per game for young team

G Shon Kitchens Washington County 5-6 Soph.

Added scoring depth for the state runner-up

G DeKoya Mack Laney 5-1 Sr.

Laney has reached the state semifinals four years in a row

HONORABLE MENTION: Cross Creek: Jr. G Jasmine Kilgore; Evans: Jr. G Allysha McFarland, Soph. G Jasmine Stone, Sr. G Shelli Williams. Grovetown: Soph. G Alaya Canteen, Soph. F Heaven Garey, Jr. F Josalyn Leverett-Scott, Jr. G Dimara Thomas; Hephzibah: Fr. G Shashana Miller, Sr. F Shanice Williams; Josey: Jr. G Shaniqua Sullivan; Lincoln County: Sr. C/F Bethany Beggs, Jr. G Dasha Bussey; Screven County: Jr. G Courtney Roberts; Thomson: Sr. F Brittany Reid; Westside: Sr. C Ritzy Griffin, Jr. G Christina Thomas.


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