Baseline League honors: Girls Basketball

Mikaylah Wilson, from Etiwanda High School, has been selected as the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin's Girl's Basketball Player of the Year.  (Photo by Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

MVP: Mikaylah Wilson, Senior, Forward, Etiwanda

First team
Dynnah Buckner, Jr., Los Osos
Deja Hamilton, Jr., Etiwanda
Maezelle Millan, Sr., Etiwanda
Leilia Orji, Sr., Etiwanda
Juliann Salinas, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga
Moriah Serrano, Jr., Chino Hills
Evanne Turner, Soph., Etiwanda
Dorcas Wu, Soph., Chino Hills

Second team
Essence Carrington, Jr., Upland
Breanne Ha, Fr., Los Osos
Lauren Lobo, Sr., Etiwanda
Aujane Mayes, Jr., Etiwanda
Havalin Nyivih, Sr., St. Lucy’s
TyLynn Perryman, Jr., Etiwanda
Mia Ross, Fr., Rancho Cucamona
Hayley Samuel, Sr., Chino Hills
Peyton Van Souest, Soph., Los Osos

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Etiwanda girls tackling tough schedule


Etiwanda High School girls basketball coach Anders Anderson has always prided himself on playing the best competition he can find for his team.

It has shown as the Eagles have consistently been among the top teams in Southern California, even the state, regardless of classification.

If ever there was a year for Anderson to scale back that demanding schedule it was this year. He graduated nine players, including his top six, all of whom moved on to Division I schools.

If anything the Eagles schedule this year was even more difficult than it has been in years past.

The non-league schedule:

– Not one, but two games against Mission Hills Alemany, ranked No 6 in Division 1AA.

– Also two games vs. Vista Murrieta, No. 5 in Division 1AA

– Other games vs. Serra, No. 8 in Division 1AA; Chaminade, No. 2 in Division 1AA; Summit, No. 8 in Division 2AA; Norco, No. 3 in Division 2AA.

Next up, the Eagles are plying Windward on Wednesday. That’s just the reigning Southern Section Open Division champion.

A lot of coaches DON’T get it. They want to brag about their great record or their players’ statistics. But they always fall short in the end. (Anyone in the loop knows to which schools I am referring).

Anderson is clear that he has some talented players, they’re just inexperienced. By the end of the year they will be battle tested. So don’t be surprised if the Eagles make another run deep into the playoffs with a roster of players we’re just now getting to know.

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Etiwanda dominates Baseline League Girls Basketball selections

MVP – McKynzie Fort, Sr., Etiwanda

First team
Alexis Alexander, Rancho Cucamonga
Alyssa Anderson, Etiwanda
Cherice Harris, Etiwanda
Alex Lindsey, Rancho Cucamonga
Amy Okonkwo, Etiwanda
Camille Parker, Alta Loma
Daeja Smith, Etiwanda
Irie Stokes, Upland

Second team
Paven Argyle, Glendora
Niah Curry, Los Osos
Olivia Habern, Glendora
Kyla Martin, Etiwanda
Kiana Mathews, Rancho Cucamonga
Sharon Ramirez, Los Osos
Amari Terry, Alta Loma
Olivia Watkins, Upland

Honorable mention – Sky Artega, Glendora; Megan Butterweck, Los Osos; Chariya Chilson, Upland; Alisa Davis, Los Osos; Megan Jeske, Alta Loma; Dominique McLaughlin, Etiwanda; Mazelle Millina, Etiwanda; Sheldyn Odom, Alta Loma; Kelly Sera, Glendora; Lakenya Ysaguirre, Upland.

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