Here are the 2019 all-league girls basketball teams as selected by coaches.
Caitlyn Covington scored 13 points Friday to help Shadow Ridge’s girls basketball team top host Palo Verde, 51-45 in overtime
Areli Ponce had 21 points Wednesday as Virgin Valley’s girls basketball team earned a 42-39 overtime win over host Sunrise Mountain.
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.
Kayla Proctor scored 10 points Friday to lead Faith Lutheran’s girls basketball team to a 54-28 home win over Bonanza.
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.
Daejah Phillips scored 18 points Tuesday as Centennial’s girls basketball team opened defense of its fourth straight large school state title with a 90-31 home win over Cimarron-Memorial .
Ella Zanders had 13 points on Thursday as second-ranked Spring Valley defeated visiting Desert Oasis 64-50 to lock up the Southwest League girls basketball title.
Analiyah Matthews had 23 points to power Durango’s girls basketball team to a 49-35 home victory over Sierra Vista on Tuesday.