Girls basketball: Players to watch

Achiri Ade

Seton Keough, forward, senior

A strong inside presence and powerhouse on the boards, the 6-foot All-Metro first-team pick was a key down low for the IAAM A Conference semifinalists, averaging 17 points and 14rebounds. She has signed with James Madison.

Imani Bailey

Meade, guard, junior

After a breakout sophomore season, the second-team All-Metro pick will be critical to the Mustangs' ability to contend again for the Anne Arundel County title. An excellent passer, she averaged five assists along with 6.9 points and 6.1 steals.

Tracy Carrington

Dundalk, forward-guard, senior

The most dominant player in the Baltimore County league last season, the 5-8 second-team All-Metro player could do a bit of everything, averaging 25 points, 11 rebounds and two blocks. She scored 36 points against Catonsville in the county title game.

Shaquila Curtis

Archbishop Spalding, forward, senior

A second-team All-Metro selection a year ago, Curtis, who has committed to American, led the Cavaliers in rebounds with nine a game and steals with four a game. She also added 10 points a game while excelling defensively against the opposition's top scoring threat.

Candice Hendricks

McDonogh, forward, senior

Headed for Gannon University, the versatile 5-10 second-team All-Metro player is a 3-point threat who can also be a post presence. She led the Eagles in scoring with 12.3 points per game and in rebounding with seven per game.

Jasmine Hill

Oakland Mills, guard, junior

A versatile 6-footer, Hill can get up and down the floor and is a strong perimeter shooter, finishing second in Howard County last season in 3-pointers attempted. She averaged 14.5 points, seven rebounds and 4.3 assists a year ago.

Zameria Jones

Joppatowne, guard, senior

The cornerstone of a strong returning lineup, the 5-4 Jones averaged 17 points, 6.9 steals and 2.8 assists for the state Class 1A champs. A second-team All-Metro selection, she scored 18 in the state final and already has 1,260 career points.

Maggie Morrison

Archbishop Spalding, guard, senior

Headed for Vanderbilt, the All-Metro first-teamer is a coach on the floor. A leader with great court sense and keen decision-making, the 5-8 point guard averaged 11 points, five assists, four rebounds and three steals last season.

Jannah Tucker

New Town, guard, sophomore

As a freshman, the 6-foot Tucker led state Class 3A runner-up Western in scoring with 11.3 points while contributing 4.7rebounds and 2.5 assists. Talented and smart beyond her years, she has the size, skill and agility to dominate in Baltimore County.

Ciara Webb

Patterson, guard, senior

A true point guard who can do so much more, the Towson-bound Webb has 1,031career points. She averaged 19.8points, 8.9rebounds, 7.9steals and 5.6assists, and has improved her outside shooting to match her moves to the basket.


Daisy Alaeze, Roland Park

Infiniti Alston, St. Frances

Kenitra Alston, Centennial

Tiara Bolden, Old Mill

Liz Brown, Seton Keough

Alisha Burley, Milford Mill

Brittany Butler, Howard

Dominique Dawson, City

Taryn Durant, McDonogh

Chizoba Ekidigwe, St. Vincent Pallotti

Brya Freeland, Archbishop Spalding

Tiffany Grant, Arundel

Domonique Hagins, South River

Mariah Hankton, St. Vincent Pallotti

Blair Harding, Poly

A'lexus Harrison, Digital Harbor

Shakara Head, Joppatowne

Sarah Heaps, North Harford

Nicole Heim, South Carroll

Sam Heisig, Glenelg

Rachael Holehouse, Fallston

Aleeyah Hopkins, South River

Brianna Jones, Aberdeen

Kayla Kelly, Centennial

Tyshell King, St. Frances

Alexa Kunowksy, Severn

Maggie McCormick, Liberty

Melanie Mocniak, St. Mary's

Rachel Quinn, Notre Dame Prep

Emily Russo, Glenelg

Amber Singletary, Seton Keough

Bridgette Snyder, Atholton

Tenicia Spence, Western

Sherae Swinson, Archbishop Spalding

Brianna Taylor, Oakland Mills

Brielle Ward, Western

Zoey Whittington, Catonsville

Michelle Wright, Dunbar

Veronica Young, Meade

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