Here are Scorebook Live’s All-Southern Section girls basketball teams for the 2019-2020 season. The primary criteria for the awards were team success, statistics, strength of schedule, and intangibles. Stay tuned for All-Los Angeles County, All-Orange County and All-Inland Empire girls basketball awards coming out soon.
ALL-SOUTHERN SECTION GIRLS BASKETBALL
G Vanessa DeJesus – Sierra Canyon – SR.
The 5-star Duke commit was one of the best guards in the country for Sierra Canyon.
G Asia Avinger – Rosary Academy – SR.
The San Diego State commit led Rosary Academy to back-to-back CIF Division I Southern Region championships.
G Joy Campbell – Etiwanda – SR.
One of the best under-the-radar basketball stars in SoCal, Campbell led Etiwanda to the CIF Open Division regional semifinals.
G Jayda Curry – Corona Centennial – JR.
Curry averaged 22.4 points, 5.2 rebounds, 2.9 assists, and 2.1 steals per game in one of Centennial’s best seasons in recent history.
F/G Rayah Marshall – Lynwood – JR.
Marshall averaged over 18 points, 11 rebounds, two assists, two blocks, and two steals per game as Lynwood made the Southern Section Open Division field.
F Juju Watkins – Windward – FR.
Watkins had a freshman season for the books, averaging well over 20 PPG for the Open Division finalist in both the Southern Section and CIF state playoffs.
F Brooke Demetre – Mater Dei – JR.
The 5-star Stanford commit was dominant as Mater Dei broke through to win a Southern Section title.
C Kiki Iriafen – Harvard-Westlake – JR.
Iriafen was arguably the most dominant player in the Southern Section for Division 1 champion Harvard-Westlake. She averaged 23.5 points, 15.1 blocks, 2.1 steals, and one block per game and was named Mission League MVP.
G Sydney Gandy – Orangewood Academy – SR.
One of the best shooters in SoCal, Gandy led Orangewood Academy to a Division 2-AA title.
G Alyssa Frescas – Mater Dei – JR.
Frescas was one of the best shooters in SoCal and arguably the region’s top shooting guard throughout Mater Dei’s dominant season and title run.
G Alexis Mead – M.L. King
Mead averaged close to 15 PPG and led King in assists.
G/F Lily Buggs – Long Beach Poly – JR.
Buggs led Poly with 11.5 points and 8.6 rebounds per game on a team-high 48% shooting from the field, and was named Moore League Player of the Year. She also averaged 2.9 steals per game and was one of the best defenders in the section.
G/F Parker Montgomery – Marlborough – SR.
Marlborough’s all-time leading scorer is another candidate for best SG in SoCal and is committed to UCSD.
G/F McKayla Williams – Windward – SR.
One of the most versatile players out there, Williams is committed to Gonzaga.
F/C Alexis Whitfield – Chaminade – SR.
The reigning Division 1 Player of the Year is a high-4-star prospect and can play all three frontcourt positions fluidly.
F/C Ugonne Onyiah – Roosevelt – SR.
The 5-star prospect committed to Cal over roughly a dozen other schools and averaged 14.2 points and 15.5 rebounds per game.
G Ashley Chevalier – Sierra Canyon – SR.
G Anaya James – West (Torrance) – JR.
G Chloe Briggs – Ontario Christian – FR.
G Kaitlyn Chen – Flintridge Prep – SR.
G/F Khylee Pepe – Bishop Montgomery – JR.
G/F Guadalupe Vasquez – Cantwell-Sacred Heart – SR.
F Michelle Duchemin – Windward – SR.
F/C Jorday Holmes – Glendora – SR.
F/C Gabriella Jaquez – Camarillo – SO.
F/C Jaachi Nwanevu – Roosevelt – JR.
C Clarice Akunwafo – Rolling Hills Prep – JR.
G Ashley Hawkins – Woodrow Wilson – JR.
F/G Libbie McMahan – Saugus – SR.
F Alexis Mark – Sierra Canyon – SR.
C/F Liz Elliott – St. Mary’s Academy – JR.
C Meaali’i Amosa – Mater Dei – JR.
C Jessica Peterson – Etiwanda – JR.
C Ashlee Lewis – Long Beach Poly – SR.
C Cheyenne Forney – Colony – SR.