Girls Basketball

Aspyn Adams, Jacinta Buckley headline 3A, 4A rosters for 2019 Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association Senior All-State Games

If you’re hankering for some high-level high school girls basketball this weekend, you’re in luck.

The Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association will be holding its Senior All-State Games on Saturday at King’s High School in Seattle. The games tip off at 2 p.m. with the 1B vs. 2B all-stars, followed by 1A vs. 2A at 4 p.m. and 3A vs. 4A at 6 p.m.

The players of the year and coaches of the year for each classification will be presented at halftime of each game. The WSGBCA will present its Ms. Basketball 2019 and State Coach of the Year awards at halftime of the 3A vs. 4A game.

Here are the rosters for the 4A and 3A all-stars. All players are graduating seniors and all were nominated and voted on by high school coaches.

More all-star rosters: 4A vs. 3A | 2A vs. 1A | 2B vs. 1B


Coach – Michael Schick, Peninsula

Aspyn Adams, Mt. Spokane

Belle Frazier, Peninsula

Brooke Walling, Prairie

Brynna Maxwell, Gig Harbor

Cassidy Gardner, Prairie

(Photo from West Seattle Athletic Department)

Grace Sarver, West Seattle

Jasmine Gayles, West Seattle

Kelsey Lenzie, West Seattle

Maya DuChesne, Snohomish

Samaiyah Tolliver, Garfield

Symone Brown, left, led Kamiakin to the 3A semifinals.

Symone Brown, Kamiakin


Coach – Scott Bullock, Woodinville

Ashlee Maldonado, Sunnyside

Dominique Arquette, Lewis and Clark

Haley Grambo, Glacier Peak

Jacinta Buckley, Lewis and Clark

JaQuaya Miller, Kentridge

Madison Dubois, Woodinville

(Photo by Erik Smith)

Mady Simmelink, Central Valley

Mae Bryant, Eastlake

Olivia Skibiel, Jackson

Taylor Flores (far left) led Auburn Mountainview to a 14-11 record. (Photo courtesy of Auburn Mountainview girls basketball)

Taylor Flores, Auburn Mountainview

(Photo by Erik Smith)

Tomekia Whitman, Central Valley

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