All-Bee girls basketball First Team

The Fresno BeeApril 11, 2013 

First Team

Brooke Johnson, junior, Hanford: Repeat Bee All-Star, again, had few rivals at the point (12.7 points, 5.8 rebounds, 5.6 steals, 5.5 assists, 1.0 blocks)

Emily Anderson, junior, Clovis West: TRAC co-Player of the Year and Bee POY finalist made 60 3-pointers and averaged 15.5 points for D-I champ.

Dashayla Johnson, junior, Tulare Western: Two-time Bee All-Star broke foot late, but not before averaging more than 24.0 points for second straight season.

Erin Pallesi, junior, Selma: Special season (15.7 points, 7.5 rebounds) in most special year in program history (second in D-III, going 30-3).

Brittany Sims, senior, Edison: Repeat Bee All-Star, two-time CMAC MVP and four-year varsity post averaged 14.8 points and 7.3 rebounds. Next: Cal State Bakersfield.

Samantha Earl, junior, Clovis: Yet another impact performance (17.8 points) as third-year player in the TRAC.

Corissa Turley, senior, Redwood: Four-year player -- in shadow of dominant Hanford presence -- was impact factor in Tulare/Kings counties all along.

Honorable Mention

Brittaney Allison, senior, Edison

Madison Barnes, junior, Hanford

Jasmine Black, junior, Redwood

Michelle Brown, sophomore, Hoover

Amanda Carlson, senior, Selma

Christina Castro, junior, Lindsay

Sierra Dominici, junior, Yosemite

Jayla English, senior, Hanford West

Sydne Gutierrez., senior, Clovis West

Emily Hardin, junior, Monache

Juliana Jarquin, senior, Selma

Aysha Kirkland, freshman, Clovis West

Megan Lee, senior, Buchanan

Montana Lowe, senior, Clovis

Zoe March, freshman, Immanuel

Kalia Parker, senior, Hanford West

Cierra Pius, senior, Sierra

Abrina Salas, senior, Kings Christian

Mariah Sims, senior, Edison

Olivia Sorensen, senior, Immanuel

Brooke Vidmar, senior, Clovis

Elbria Wooley, senior, Bullard

Note: Records, statistics courtesy of Central Section historian Bob Barnett

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