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All-East Bay Girls Basketball

Our All-East Bay Girls Basketball teams:

Player of the Year: Erica Payne, Carondelet
Coach of the Year: Nate Fripp, St. Mary’s

First Team
BRITTANY BOYD
, G, Berkeley, Jr. — The athletic and energetic point guard ran the Yellowjackets’ offense, leading them in scoring (17.8 points) and assists (6.7) per game. She was also a tenacious defender and a big reason Berkeley won the NCS Division I championship and advanced to the NorCal title game.
RAYVEN BROOKS, G, Dougherty Valley, Jr. — The DFAL co-MVP led a Wildcats team that had no seniors to the NCS Division III title game. She was their leading scorer (13.7 points per game) and rebounder (7.6), but was also a great distributor, averaging 5.4 assists.
DANIELLE MAULDIN, F/C, St. Mary’s, Sr. — The Saint Mary’s College commit and BSAL co-MVP was a force down low, averaging 14.7 points and 10.6 rebounds. One of her best performances came in the NorCal Division IV finals when she had 17 points and 14 rebounds to send the Panthers to the program’s first state title game.
ROBIE MAYBERRY, F, Bishop O’Dowd, Sr. — The versatile Pepperdine commit led the NCS Division III champions in scoring (17 points per game) and rebounding (eight). She also averaged five assists and four steals. The four-year starter is Bishop O’Dowd’s all-time leading scorer with 1,842 points.
ERICA PAYNE, F, Carondelet, Jr. — In leading her squad to the CIF Division II state championship game, the EBAL MVP was a very tough assignment on both ends of the floor. Besides averaging 15.0 points and 10.9 rebounds per game, she also averaged 2.9 assists, 2.6 steals and 2.2 blocks per game.
RICKI RADANOVICH, G, Carondelet, Sr. — The Santa Clara-bound 3-point specialist connected on 40.7 percent of her shots from beyond the arc and averaged 16 points a game. She had 13 3-pointers in three NCS games before a broken arm sustained in the finals ended her season.

2nd team
Erin Boettcher
, C, Carondelet, Sr.: Was a huge contributor inside for the Cougars during their state playoff run.
Andrea Chenier, G, Piedmont, Sr.: The BSAL co-MVP had 16.2 points and 7.0 steals per game for NorCal Division IV semifinalsts.
Khyra Conerly, G/F, Alameda, Sr.: The ACCAL MVP averaged 16.1 points per game, playing her best in big games.
Chairese Culberson, F/C, Berkeley, Jr.; Averaged 14.4 points and 11.6 rebounds before an ACL injury ended her season in late February.
Mikayla Lyles, G, Bishop O’Dowd, Sr.: An excellent shooter, the Cal signee averaged 13.7 points in the postseason.

3rd team
Raven Fox
, G, Deer Valley, Jr.: Averaged 16.0 points for NorCal Division I semifinalists.
Stephanie Golden, C, Miramonte, Sr.: The DFAL co-MVP averaged 15.5 points, 9.5 rebounds and 3.5 blocks.
Hannah Huffman, G, Carondelet, So.: Came alive in the NorCal playoffs, averaging 14.3 points a game and had a team-high 13 in the state title game.
Chaunise Powell, G, Newark Memorial, Sr.: The MVAL first-teamer led Cougars with 16.3 points, 10.5 rebounds and 5.1 assists per game.
Alexous Robinson, F/C, Dublin, Sr.: Strong post player averaged 14.9 points and 8.4 rebounds, despite battling injuries.

Stephanie Hammon