4A/3A/2A Wesco all-league girls basketball spring 2021: Glacier Peak’s Aaliyah Collins is MVP

Here are the 4A/3A/2A Wesco first team and second team selections for the spring of 2021 basketball season, as voted on by the coaches:

Wesco North most valuable player: Aaliyah Collins, Glacier Peak, sr.

Wesco North coach of the year: Joe Marsh, Arlington

FIRST TEAM

G Aaliyah Collins, Glacier Peak, sr.

G Ella Gallatin, Snohomish, jr.

G Hailey Hiatt, Arlington, sr.

F Maya Erling, Glacier Peak, sr.

F Jenna Villa, Arlington, soph.

C Camille Jentzsch, Lake Stevens, jr.

G/F Adria Lincoln, Monroe, soph.

F Madison Rubino, Glacier Peak, sr.

C Vivienne Barrett, Stanwood, soph.

G Malia Smith, Glacier Peak, sr.

G Emma Floyd, Stanwood, jr.

G Keira Marsh, Arlington, jr.

F Makenzie Gage, Arlington, sr.

F Cori Wilcox, Lake Stevens, jr.

G Baylor Thomas, Lake Stevens, jr.

SECOND TEAM

F Ella Sylvester, Everett, jr.

G Kayla Soderstrom, Snohomish, sr.

F Jadyn Kirton, Jackson, sr.

G Josie Stupey, Arlington, sr.

G Cheyenne Rogers, Snohomish, jr.

F Elyse Waldal, Glacier Peak, sr.

Wesco South most valuable player: Fatoumata Jaiteh, Meadowdale, sr.

Wesco South coach of the year: Nick Sherrill, Mountlake Terrace

FIRST TEAM

C Fatoumata Jaiteh, Meadowdale, sr.

G Taylor Reed, Archbishop Murphy, jr.

C Ava Erhardt, Cedarcrest, sr.

G Bella Hasan, Kamiak, fr.

G Taylor Campbell, Archbishop Murphy, jr.

G Aniya Hooker, Lynnwood, fr.

G Kaisha Stark, Meadowdale, sr.

Aniya Hooker, fr., Lynnwood

Kaisha Stark, sr., Meadowdale

SECOND TEAM

G Jaylin Yowell, Cedarcrest, sr.

F Maya Davis, Mountlake Terrace, fr.

F Symone Pease, Shorewood, sr.

G Kaddy Kongira, Edmonds-Woodway, sr.

G Hannah Humphrey, Archbishop Murphy, jr.

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