Posted On: 11/19/19 3:49 PM

First Team:

Photo: Jack Lydon

Angela Dugalic, Maine West

If there was such a thing as a unanimous first team vote, Dugalic would have it. Having already made a tremendous impact for Maine West in her first three seasons, the Oregon commit will have to take another stem forward after losing teammate Rachel Kent to graduation.

Halle Douglass, Lake Forest

Douglass won't put up the ridiculous scoring numbers that others on this list will, but what she lacks in points, she makes up for in rebounds, assists, and her tremendous defensive ability.

Darrione Rogers, Lake Park

Arguably the best pure scorer on this list. Rogers has the ability to score points in bunches, no matter what kind of defenses her opponents are throwing at her. After leading Lake Park to their first regional title since 2009, Rogers will look to make an even deeper run this season.

Kayla Green, Whitney Young

Kind of got lost in the shuffle last year of a very talented Whitney Young team, but Green was actually the Dolphins leading scorer las season. Extremely athletic who drives the ball well, good perimeter defender and playmaker.

Brianna McDaniel, Kenwood

McDaniel already made quite

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