Taylor Bigby began what it hopes will be a run to a record-breaking sixth consecutive Class 4A state title with an 87-12 win over Arbor View on Thursday.
Here are the 2019 all-league girls basketball teams as selected by coaches.
Areli Ponce had 21 points Wednesday as Virgin Valley’s girls basketball team earned a 42-39 overtime win over host Sunrise Mountain.
Taysia Tovia scored 20 points on Monday as Liberty’s girls basketball team earned a 62-57 double-overtime victory over visiting Green Valley.
Elise Young and Yesenia Wesley-Nash each scored 16 points to help Cimarron-Memorial’s girls basketball team score a 51-45 home victory over Palo Verde on Thursday.
Taylor Etopio scored 17 points, and Faith Lutheran’s girls basketball team went 8-for-8 from the free-throw line in the final four minutes to score a 53-49 overtime victory against visiting Shadow Ridge on Thursday night.
Kadrena Johnson’s basket with five seconds to play Tuesday gave Palo Verde’s girls basketball team a 34-32 home win over Bonanza.
Elyse Young had her second consecutive triple-double, racking up 26 points, 10 rebounds, 10 steals and eight assists, on Friday to help host Cimarron-Memorial’s girls basketball team to a 70-40 win over Arbor View.
Starr Walker’s three-point play 31 seconds into overtime gave Liberty’s girls basketball team a two-point lead, and the Patriots held on to defeat visiting Coronado, 54-46 on Wednesday.
The host Bulldogs, ranked No. 21 nationally by USA Today, cruised to an 86-48 victory over West High School (California) on Saturday to win the tournament title.