Girls Basketball

Scorebook Live’s 2019 All-State Washington girls basketball stars: Second Team

The 2019 Washington high school girls basketball season has wrapped up, which means it’s time to reveal our all-classification all-state teams.

Along with former Central Valley girls basketball coach Freddie Rehkow, Scorebook Live’s staff took a look at the best girls basketball players in the state of Washington, regardless of classification, and cast ballots for first, second and third team all-state. You can view our girls basketball all-state teams below.

2019 Scorebook Live All-State Girls Basketball

First Team | Second Team | Third Team | Honorable Mention

SECOND TEAM

(WIAA photo)

Beyonce Bea, senior, Washougal

Bea, pictured above holding the 2A championship trophy, led Washougal to its first-ever girls basketball state championship. She dominated the competition at the Yakima SunDome, averaging 21.7 points, 13 rebounds and 3 blocks over three games. Bea, a 6-1 forward who can play inside and out, is Washougal’s all-time leading scorer and rebounder. She will play for the University of Idaho next season.

Mia Hughes, sophomore, Woodinville

Hughes had a strong sophomore season, leading Woodinville to a league and district title and being named KingCo 4A MVP. The 5-10 forward helped the Falcons earn the No. 1 seed in the 4A state tournament, where they advanced to the quarterfinals before falling to Kentridge. In three state tournament games Hughes averaged 25.7 points, 7.7 rebounds and 3.7 steals.

Talia von Oelhoffen, sophomore, Tri-Cities Prep

Another super sophomore, von Oelhoffen was named MVP of the 2B girls basketball state tournament after leading Tri-Cities Prep to its first state championship. One of the top sophomores in the country, the 6-foot point guard had 25 points, 8 steals and 7 assists in Tri-Cities Prep’s 50-42 victory over Liberty in the state championship game.

Oumou Toure, senior, Kamiakin

Toure, a 6-foot forward, can play inside with most posts, but has the all-around game to step out and score from anywhere on the floor. She led Kamiakin to a third-place finish at the 3A state tournament, tallying 20 points and 10 rebounds in their third-place win over Garfield. Toure, who is Kamiakin’s all-time leading scorer, will play for Butler next season.

Dalayah Daniels, junior, Garfield

Daniels, a 6-4 forward, led Garfield to the 3A state semifinals where they nearly pulled off a miraculous comeback against Mt. Spokane. Daniels averaged more than 21 points and 14 rebounds during the regular season, guiding Garfield (23-4) to a league and district championship. One of the top players in the country for the Class of 2020, Daniels has received scholarship offers from every Pac-12 program.

Brynna Maxwell, senior, Gig Harbor

Maxwell, a 6-foot guard, is Gig Harbor’s all-time leading scorer and also holds the program record for most points in a game (48 in a win over Hudson’s Bay on Feb. 13). She averaged nearly 27 points this season while leading the Tides to a 17-8 record. Maxwell, who will play for the University of Utah next season, was named the Tacoma News Tribune’s All-Area girls basketball player of the year.

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