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ALL-USA Western Washington Girls Basketball Teams

The American Family Insurance ALL-USA Western Washington Girls Basketball Teams.

Below are the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Western Washington Girls Basketball Teams. Please keep in mind that players were selected based on skill and ability, regardless of player position.

First Team
PG Anna Wilson, Bellevue, Sr., 5-foot-9. The Stanford commit transferred this year from Virginia and her leadership ability and calm presence quickly made her a key cog in the Wolverines' success. Wilson's well-balanced season stats speak for themselves: 16 points, 4.8 assists, 4.2 rebounds, and 3.5 steals. 

G Mikayla Pivec, Lynnwood, Sr., 5-foot-10. The reigning Gatorade player of the year only seemed to get better for her senior campaign. Pivec transitioned into a guard position to prepare for her Oregon State career next year and didn't skip a beat. She led the undefeated Royals in six statistical categories including scoring (22.1), rebounding (14), steals (4.4), and double-doubles (20). 

G Shelby Cansler, Bellevue, Sr., 6-foot-1. Cansler does a little bit of everything for the Wolverines, averaging 18.2 points, 2.8 assists, 4.9 rebounds, and 3 steals. Long and athletic, Cansler sets the pace of Bellevue's offense and was a key component of Bellevue's record-setting 112-27 win over Sammamish.

W Jadyn Bush, Bishop Blanchet, Jr., 5-foot-10. Bush may play the post, but she's athletic enough to also defend guards and wings. The senior, who shot 60 percent from the field, led Blanchet in five statistical categories, highlighted by 18.4 points and 9.2 rebounds per game. Bush has drawn interest from several schools, including Washington, Stanford, and Princeton. 

C Lydia Giomi, West Seattle, Sr., 6-foot-7. Giomi was easy to notice on the court, not just for her height, but her dominant presence in the post, averaging 14.9 points and 12.8 rebounds. Giomi's best game was a 33 point, 23 rebound effort against Juanita in the Sea-King District tournament. The Oregon commit was also honored as the Metro League MVP and Defensive Player of the Year.

Second Team
G Quinessa Caylao-Do, Bellevue, Sr., 5-foot-10. Newcomer Caylao-Do is a scrappy defender who sets the tone of Bellevue's fast paced defense. The Colorado commit is also a strong 3-point shooter who averaged 10.8 points, 4.8 rebounds, three assists, and 3.4 steals. 

G/F Nia Alexander, Todd Beamer, Sr., 5-foot-9. The SPSL 4A Northwest MVP was Beamer's leading scorer and most consistent offensive threat. The San Francisco commit is calm under pressure, and did a little bit of everything for the Titans, averaging 15.6 points, five rebounds, six assists, and five steals.

F Kiara Knox, Wilson, Sr., 5-foot-10. Knox was named the co-Narrows League MVP and does all the little things for Wilson, averaging 19.7 points, 8.5 rebounds, 5.6 steals, 2.79 assists, and 5.7 deflections. Knox hit a career-high 36 points twice this season against Wenatchee and Bellarmine Prep.

F Makenna Woodfolk, Todd Beamer, Sr., 6-foot-2. Beamer's most all-around athletic player, Woodfolk can go coast-to-coast, grab the rim, and shoot the three ball. She averaged 13.2 points, 10 rebounds, and six steals. Woodfolk will play at Hawaii next year. 

PF Tamia Braggs, Lincoln, Sr., 6-foot-2. Braggs led the Abes to a West Central District championship, averaging over 16 points. The three-time Narrows League MVP will play at Santa Clara next year.

Honorable Mention
PG Tea Adams, Juanita, Jr., 5-foot-10.
G Jordyn Edwards, Lynnwood, Sr., 5-foot-10.
G Josie Matz, Wilson, Jr., 5-foot-9. 
W Taya Corosdale, Bothell, Jr., 6-foot-2.
C Shalyse Smith, Bellarmine Prep, So., 6-foot-1.