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High school young ladies b-ball: Bay Area News Group’s Fab 25 postseason praises

High school young ladies b-ball: Bay Area News Group's Fab 25 postseason praises

Aniyah Augmon, Priory, 5-8, senior

Will proceed with her vocation at the University of New Mexico in the wake of aiding lead Priory to a 10-4 record and into the CCS Open elimination rounds.

Amaya Bonner, Bishop O’Dowd, 6-0, junior

Highest level possibility in the Bay Area in the Class of 2022, per ESPN.com. Submitted this spring to remain at home and play at Cal after her senior year.

Jael Butler, Valley Christian, 6-2, junior

Posted twofold copies in everything except one game. Arrived at the midpoint of 16.6 focuses and 13.4 bounce back per game.

Morgan Cheli, Archbishop Mitty, 6-0, rookie

Accepted her first Division-I grant offer before her rookie season and completed it in the beginning setup for the CCS Open last. Found the middle value of 7.6 focuses, 2.1 helps and 2.9 takes in 15.4 minutes per game for CCS other participants.

Annika Decker, Pinewood, 5-4, senior

Arrived at the midpoint of 6.9 focuses and drove the CCS Open heroes with 5.8 helps per game. Resolved to play next season at Tufts University in Massachusetts.

Nya Epps, Carondelet, 5-10, junior

Move from Sacred Heart Cathedral conveyed heavenly backcourt play to help lead Carondelet to a 10-1 record in mentor Kelly Sopak’s first season. Driven Cougars in scoring (16 focuses per game), helps (5.7 per game) and takes (3.4 per game). Resolved to play at UC Davis after next season.

Silvia Fonongaloa, Salesian, 6-1, junior

Acquired Bay Area News Group young ladies competitor of the week assignment after an amazing twofold (29 focuses, 15 bounce back) in the second round of the period. Proceeded to lead 14-1 Salesian in focuses (13.3 per game) and bounce back (6.4 per game).

Maia Garcia, Pinewood, 6-3, senior

Resolved to play next season at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in the wake of averaging 8.8 focuses and 6.7 bounce back per game in Pinewood’s CCS title run.

Tracker Hernandez, Archbishop Mitty, 5-10, senior

Struggled through ACL medical procedure and more knocks and wounds to average 9.9 focuses, 4.9 bounce back and 2.1 aids 17.4 minutes per game. Additionally dedicated to play at UC Irvine.

Aunika Hornung, James Logan, 6-2, junior

Found the middle value of a twofold, with 15.4 focuses and 14.6 bounce back per game, to lead James Logan to a 12-1 record and the highest point of the Mission Valley Athletic League.

Kennedy Johnson, Bishop O’Dowd, 6-0, senior

Headed for UC Santa Barbara in the wake of scoring 32 focuses in her High school finale, a misfortune at Piedmont.

Nakilah Johnson, Piedmont, 5-11, senior

Headed for Weber State subsequent to averaging 22 focuses, 12 bounce back and four takes a game for Piedmont. Knocked off Bishop O’Dowd for the second time in three years in her last High school game.

Una Jovanovic, Pinewood, 5-9, senior

Driven Panthers with 13.2 focuses per game, including four exhibitions of 20 or more focuses. Resolved to play next season at Cal State Fullerton.

Lydian Li, Lynbrook, 5-6, senior

Finished a four-year varsity vocation with a stunning exhibition in the CCS Division II last over St. Francis. Scored a season-high 27 focuses that evening; arrived at the midpoint of 17.2 focuses, 7.7 bounce back, 2.3 helps and 2.6 takes while driving Lynbrook to a CCS title and a 16-3 record generally speaking. Scored at any rate 20 focuses or recorded a twofold in nine of them.

Amanda Muse, Heritage, 6-4, sophomore

Top possibility in the Bay Area in the Class of 2023, positioned No. 34 broadly and evaluated four stars, per ESPN.com.

San Ramon Valley’s Natalie Pasco passes the ball as Carondelet’s Valentina Ortiz protects. (Beam Chavez/Bay Area News Group)

Natalie Pasco, San Ramon Valley, 5-10, junior

Inlet Area News Group player of the year and first-group all-East Bay Athletic League. One of the top scorers in the whole Bay Area highlighted different 40-point exhibitions — combined with twofold digit bounce back — to lead Wolves to an undefeated season and EBAL title.

Valentina Saric, Priory, 6-2, junior

Pinewood move helped lead Priory to first CCS Open Division appearance and was driving scorer in elimination round misfortune to Archbishop Mitty.

Amelia Scharpf, Archbishop Mitty, 6-0, senior

Another Monarch resolved to play one year from now at UC Irvine. Played a greater number of minutes than some other Monarch and arrived at the midpoint of 10.5 focuses per game.

Palo Alto’s Annika Shah makes a three-point crate while being protected by Pinewood’s Courtni Thompson. (Beam Chavez/Bay Area News Group)

Annika Shah, Palo Alto, 5-3, senior

Aided lead Palo Alto to the highest point of the SCVAL’s De Anza Division and to the CCS Open quarterfinals, where she scored a game-high 26 focuses in a misfortune to inevitable boss Pinewood. Resolved to play at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.

Courtni Thompson, Pinewood, 5-5, senior

UC San Diego-bound gatekeeper thoroughly took care of undefeated CCS Open heroes. Found the middle value of 11.4 focuses, 4.1 bounce back, 2.5 helps and 2.4 takes per game. Associated on seven 3-pointers for a season-high 25 focuses against Lynbrook.

Tovale Tupouata, San Leandro, 6-0, senior

A power in the paint, averaging 12.3 focuses per game on almost half shooting from the field. Additionally drove San Leandro with 9.3 bounce back and 1.3 squares per game.

Olivia Williams, Archbishop Mitty, 6-0, senior

Driven Mitty with 11.1 focuses and was second with 4.5 bounce back per game. Among a threesome of Monarch seniors destined for UC Irvine.

Trinity Zamora, Piedmont, 5-11, sophomore

Drawing public enlisting interest from the top projects in the country. Found the middle value of 23 focuses, 18 bounce back and seven helps for every game for 15-2 Piedmont.

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