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San Diego Section players to watch

12/08/2015, 7:50pm PST
By Terry Monahan

Many athletes return with championship game experience


Carol Schroeder, a 5-foot-10 senior for Bonita Vista, will attend Point Loma Nazarene next year.

Name / School / Ht. / Yr. / Comment

Madison Adams / Mission Hills / 5-9 / Sr. / Two section titles in a row

Alessandra Aguirre / Bishop’s / 5-8 / Jr. / Deadly on the perimeter

Rebecca Allen / Carlsbad / 5-9 / Jr. / Lancers’ top returning scorer

Destini Anderson / Mount Miguel / 5-9 / Jr. / Came over from Helix

Satera Bates / Mount Miguel / 5-8 / Jr. / Key to Matadors’ pressure D

Joice Beda / Mater Dei Catholic / 5-9 / Jr. / Scorer, rebounder deluxe

Jordan Brasfield / Mater Dei Catholic / 5-4 / Sr. / Crusaders’ No. 2 scorer

Caila Camerino / Scripps Ranch / 5-6 / So. / Ready for breakout year

Sierra Campisano / Torrey Pines / 6-2 / Sr. / Scholarship to Oregon

Dijonai Carrington / Horizon / 5-11 / Sr. / Second ACL surgery

Malea Casillas / Bishop’s / 5-2 / Sr. / She can find an open shooter

Arshauna Chandler / Kearny / 5-6 / Sr. / Averaged 15 rebounds per game

Katie Chau / Scripps Ranch / 5-4 / So. / Topped team in scoring as frosh

California Cubel / Santa Fe Christian / 5-7 / Sr. / Will add needed scoring

Layla Cunningham / Bishop’s / 5-7 / Sr. / Good complement to Littleton

Emma Dudley / Santa Fe Christian / 6-0 / So. / Will be a force in the paint

Mariana Ecija / LJ Country Day / 5-5 / Sr. / Nailed 37 3-pointers as junior

Margaux Eibel / La Costa Canyon / 5-9 / Jr. / Mavs needs to find scoring

Kendal Ellenbeck / LJ Country Day / 5-10 / So. / Has a very bright future

Janelle Garland / Kearny / 5-6 / Jr. / Her time to step up

Janicia Garrett / San Marcos / 5-5 / Sr. / Contributes more than points

Madeleine Gates / La Jolla / 6-3 / Sr. / One of section’s top rebounders

Tatyana Hamlett / San Diego / 5-7 / Sr. / Cavers’ steadiest performer

Mai-Loni Henson / LJ Country Day / 6-0 / Sr. / Signed with Washington

Hannah Keller / Valley Center / 5-7 / Sr. / Must score more for Jags

Shyla Latone / Bonita Vista / 5-5 / So. / 15-point average from point

Destiny Littleton / Bishop’s / 5-9 / Jr. / One of state’s best players

Toni Magalei / Westview / 5-8 / Sr. / Defense is her game

Jaeda Marsh / Eastlake / 5-6 / Jr. / Helped Titans win 20 in 2014-15

Chiara Mattern / Ramona / 5-9 / Jr. / Averaged. 14 for ’Dawgs

Casey McWilliam / Mt. Carmel / 5-10 / Sr. / Bound for Cal Poly Pomona

Nikole Mobley / Serra / 5-6 / Jr. / Scoring threat from outside

Michaela Montgomery / Cathedral Catholic / 5-11 / So. / Could be Dons’ next star

Breanna Morales / Chula Vista / 5-7 / Sr. / CV’s top scorer last season

Aly Murray / Rancho Bernardo / 5-10 / Jr. / Averaged 16 points in title run

Kiera Oakry / LJ Country Day / 5-9 / So. / Not afraid to play inside

Camryn Owens / Helix / 5-7 / So. / Athleticism is big plus for Helix

Rozlyn Pierce / Mount Miguel / 6-1 / Sr. / Colleges interested

Brianna Porter / Vista / 5-5 / Sr. / Panthers’ top scorer

Rachel Roberts / San Marcos / 6-0 / So. / Guard attacks basket

Khayla Rooks / Mission Hills / 5-10 / Jr. / Colleges very interested

Kylee Scheib / Ramona / 5-8 / Sr. / Scores outside, rebounds, too

Carol Schroeder / Bonita Vista / 5-10 / Sr. / Off to Point Loma Nazarene

Totyana Simien / Scripps Ranch / 6-2 / Jr. / Averages 12.9 points, 11 rebounds

Laila Smith / Mount Miguel / 5-7 / So. / Runs show as point guard

Monique Smith / Serra / 5-10 / Jr. / A bruiser in the paint

Alaysia Styles / LJ Country Day / 6-2 / Jr. / Must find more consistency

Clarissa Taite / Mira Mesa / 5-6 / Jr. / About to step up her game

Ashley Tavizon / Steele Canyon / 5-4 / Sr. / Cougs’ top scorer last year

Monica Todd / Mission Hills / 5-8 / Sr. / Moved in from Escondido

Peyton Waid / Scripps Ranch / 5-8 / So. / Stats should go way up

Madison Wills / University City / 5-6 / Jr. / Topped UC with 23 3-pointers

Murrellene Woodson / Montgomery / 5-5 / Sr. / Led Aztecs to section finals

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