1992-93 Baltimore Sun All-Metro girls basketball team The first team at a glance


Sonia Chase, McDonogh, jr., guard/forward

One of the area's most exciting players, she led the Eagles in scoring (19.4) and rebounding (9.0) and she also averaged 3.0 assists. Chase, a second-team pick the last two years, is virtually unstoppable on offense when she gets in a groove. She is an excellent outside shooter who improved her inside game this season.

7+ Anne Chicorelli, Old Mill, sr., forward

Probably the Patriots' most improved player this season, Chicorelli emerged as one of the area's best inside players. She led the Class 4A state champions in scoring (11.7) and rebounding (8.5) and also averaged 2.2 steals and 1.6 blocked shots. Chicorelli, who shot 48 percent from the field, has committed to Kent University.

9- Stacy Himes, Old Mill, sr., guard/forward

A player whose value always transcends her statistics. A three-time first-team selection, Himes averaged 9.5 points, 7.2 rebounds, 5.2 assists and 4.0 steals. She played both guard and forward, was the Patriots' best ballhandler against the press and exhibited tremendous court sense. Himes is undecided on her college choice.

9- Amy Langville, Arch. Spalding, sr., guard

She did it all for the Cavaliers this season. Langville, The Baltimore Sun's Anne Arundel County Player of the Year, led her team in scoring (18.1), rebounding (10.1) and assists (6.4). The point guard also had 31 blocks, 122 steals and 43 three-pointers. She scored in double figures in every game this season. Langville has signed with Mount St. Mary's.

8, Erica McCauley, Mount Hebron, sr., guard

No one took better care of the ball than McCauley, who for the third straight year averaged a little more than two turnovers. A fundamentally sound player, she also averaged 12.3 points, 3.9

steals and 3.7 assists and shot 41 percent from three-point range. McCauley, a three-time first-team selection, has signed with Pennsylvania.

?3 Nyota Mitchell, Randallstown, jr. guard/forward

The area's leading scorer (24.0) had a penchant for almost single-handedly rallying her team to come-from-behind wins this season. Mitchell, The Baltimore Sun's Baltimore County Player of the Year, was also among the area's leaders in rebounding (15.1), and she handed out 4.8 assists. She played both guard positions as well as power forward.

2& Camille Powell, Howard, sr., guard

The Baltimore Sun's Howard County Player of the Year was one of the area's best defensive players. Powell averaged 7.5 steals, but she was also the Lions' catalyst on offense. A point guard, she averaged 11.1 points, 5.1 rebounds and 5.2 steals. Powell, a second-team pick last season, is undecided on her college choice.

2& Kacy Williams, Hammond, jr., guard

Although she struggled offensively at times during the season, Williams still set the pace for the Golden Bears. Also a first-team selection last season, she led the team in scoring (12.1), assists (5.1) and steals (4.5) and was second in rebounding (6.8). Her quickness and all-out hustle were the keys to Hammond's swarming man-to-man defense.

0 Chanel Wright, Western, soph., guard/forward

A first-team pick as a freshman, Wright cemented her status as one of the area's top players this season. She led Western in scoring (18.0) and also averaged 7.2 rebounds and 3.8 assists. A team leader, Wright was equally effective at guard and forward. She possesses some of the area's best one-on-one moves.

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