DCSAA All-State Boys and Girls Basketball Teams

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Maret’s junior forward-center Luka Garza is going up for a layup. (Photo Courtesy: www.bigshots.net)

Yesterday, the District of Columbia State Athletic Association announced the selection of this year’s Basketball All-State teams for the boys and girls. All the players that were selected impressed during the 2015-16 basketball season. The teams were selected by the coaches.

Boys Basketball

Player of the Year: Antwan Walker (H.D. Woodson) 

Washington, DC - March 9, 2015 - The Cadets move on to the DCSAA Basketball city title game after beating HD Woodson by a score of 71 - 45. Photo credit Cory Royster / Cory F. Royster Photography

Photo Courtesy: www.dcsaasports.org 

Senior Antwan Walker was one of the top players in the DC area this season. The small forward averaged 16 points per game and recorded 19 double-doubles. Walker also had a triple-double, 11 points, 10 blocks, and 13 rebounds against McKinley on Feb. 9. He tallied 19 points in H.D. Woodson win over Friendship Collegiate in the DCSAA Championship. Antwan currently holds offers from schools like James Madison, Hofstra, Duquesne, St. Joseph’s, Manhattan, and others.

First Team

Kiyon Boyd (H.D. Woodson), Anthony Cowan (St. John’s), Chris Lykes (Gonzaga), Alani Moore (Friendship Collegiate),  and Luka Garza (Maret)

Second Team

Jeff Dowtin (St. John’s), Kierell Green (IDEA), Prentiss Hubb (Gonzaga), George Walker (St. Albans), Jelani Williams (Sidwell Friends)

Girls Basketball

Player of the Year: Kayla Robbins (St. John’s)

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - MARCH 6: St. John's Kayla Robbins drives to the basket against Georgetown Visitation during first quarter action in the D.C. State Athletic Association basketball championships at the George Washington University's Smith Center on Sunday, March 6, 2016 in Washington, District of Columbia. St John's won the game 59-47. (Photo by Pete Marovich For The Washington Post)

Photo Courtesy: www.washingtonpost.com 

Michigan bound Kayla Robbins led the Cadets in scoring with 14.5 points per game. She helped them reached the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championship and win the DCSAA Championship over Georgetown Visitation. In the DCSAA Championship game, Robbins scored 20 points. She posted a season high 23 points against Bishop McNamara on Feb. 19.

First Team

Isabella Alarie (National Cathedral), Alexis Gray (Georgetown Visitation), Tytilayo Green (Wilson), Asisha Greene (Anacostia), Kieche White (Friendship Collegiate)

Second Team

Maeve Carroll (Georgetown Visitation), Kendal Edwards (Georgetown Day), Tiara Goodman (Eastern), Aisha Sheppard (St. John’s), Niyjah Wright (Washington Latin)

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Ryan McFadden, @RMcFadden15

Founder of Inside The Locker Room and Sports Editor for the Ionian. I write about the Washington Nationals for Federal Baseball. Iona College class of 2019 and proud DeMatha alum. Follow me on Twitter @RMcFadden15.

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