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First Team

Kaneshia Afi

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Old Mill, guard, senior

•A spark on both sides of the court, the 5-5 Afi was always around the ball, could outrebound 6-footers

•Averaged 13.8 points, 3.1 assists, 3.5 steals

•Had 22 points, eight rebounds, four steals in the 54-51 section final win over Arundel

•Scored 1,050 career points; undecided about college

Nia Clouden

St. Frances,

guard, sophomore

•The 5-7 point guard supported her top scorers but could also take over a game

•Strong open-court player could score from anywhere, showed keen eye for her teammates

•Averaged 12.4 points, four assists

•With teammates in foul trouble, scored 11 of her 18 points in the fourth quarter of a 64-59 regular-season win over McDonogh

Mia Davis

St. Frances, forward, junior

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•Second-team All-Metro selection last season, the 5-11 Davis dominated the boards for the A Conference champions

•Averaged 17.6 points, 14 rebounds against one of the area's toughest schedules; had 28 and 21 against Nazareth, N.Y.

•Excelled at attacking the rim; also has 3-point range

•Considering Towson, UTEP, Virginia Commonwealth, among other college programs

Jasmine Dickey

Catonsville,

forward, sophomore

•The top player in Baltimore County led the Comets to their first county championship in six years

•At 5-10, averaged 16.4 points, seven rebounds en route to the Class4A North region final; scored 27 in the first half against Western Tech

•Second-team All-Metro as a freshman

•Has three Division I offers, interest from many others

Taleah Dixon

McDonogh,

guard, sophomore

•The 5-9 Dixon took over the point this winter for injured teammates, still improved her offensive output

•An emerging leader with a versatile offensive game; named to the All-Tournament team at Bishop Walsh

•Had 19 doubledoubles; averaged 11.9 points, 3.9 rebounds, 3.2 steals, 2.1 assists

•Scored 20 points in a 60-55 loss to St. John's College from Washington

Rebecca Lee

Old Mill, center, junior

•At 6-1, a force in the paint on both ends of the court for the Anne Arundel County champions

•Averaged 11.2 points, 13.4 rebounds, 3.8 blocks; had 29 points, 23 rebounds, five blocks in the 74-56 holiday tournament win over North Point

•Missed the final seven games with knee injury

•Considering Princeton, Furman, UMBC, among others

Victoria Reynolds

Archbishop Spalding, forward-guard, senior

•Second-team All-Metro last winter; drew constant double, triple teams but kept the Cavaliers competitive in most games

•At 5-11, had a versatile offensive game; averaged 21.5 points, 10.5 rebounds, three assists

•Scored career-high 37 in a win over Severn

•Scored 1,340 career points; headed for William & Mary

Andrea Robinson

McDonogh, forward, senior

•Well known for her defensive prowess, Robinson added more offense to her game and helped the No. 2 Eagles finish second in the A Conference

•At 6-1, averaged 11.2 points, 5.8 rebounds with six double doubles

•Named to the Bishop Walsh All-Tournament team after helping upset No. 1 St. Frances, 64-62, in the season finale

•Headed to Davidson

Kyaja 'JJ' Williams

Western,

forward-guard, senior

•At 5-8, her much bigger game drove the No. 4 Doves to the Class 4A state final

•Had 22 points, 18 rebounds in the 65-39 state semifinal win over Parkdale

•Averaged 14.3 points, 9.3 rebounds, two blocks, four steals; shot 48 percent from the field

•Undecided about college but drawing more interest since states

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