2019-20 All-Valley girls’ team announced

Published 7:30 am Wednesday, March 4, 2020

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The 2019-20 basketball season was a good one for all six girls’ basketball teams in Chambers County. All six teams reached their respective state tournaments. The LaFayette Bulldogs reached a regional for the first time in 15 years, while the Chambers Academy Rebels played in their first state championship game.

Listed below are the 15 players that stood out throughout this past basketball season:

First team

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Feliah Greer, LaFayette

Greer dominated the Bulldogs’ opponents this year. She finished the year averaging 25 points, eight assists and five steals. She was able to dominate in the paint while finding teammates open around the paint and along the perimeter.

Breanna Glaze, Lanett

Part of a dominant duo situation for the Panthers, Glaze took a step offensively in her sophomore season, bringing her scoring average up from 10 points as a freshman to 17.4 points. She was able to battle in the paint while being able to make shots from beyond the arc. She also averaged 9.5 rebounds and just under three assists a game for the Panthers.

Alyse Madden, Lanett

Madden was the other member of the dominant duo for the Panthers. She finished her junior year averaging 15.2 points a game while grabbing 9.2 rebounds and dishing out 3.2 assists a game. Madden was one of the Panthers’ main ball handlers, breaking down opposing defenses and having the ability to drive past her defender.

Tori Patillo, Springwood School

As a sixth-grader, Patillo dominated for first-year head coach Lisa Sampson. Patillo was one of the Wildcats primary ball-handlers. She averaged 12 points and 5.3 assists in her first year of varsity. She led the team in both categories.

Britten Stephens, Chambers Academy

Stephens was a key reason the Rebels reached the AISA Class A State Championship game. She led the team in scoring and rebounding, averaging 11.7 points and eight rebounds per game. She also added 2.3 steals.

Second Team

Anteria Florence, Valley

Florence was a big reason the Rams finished their season in the regional round of the 5A playoffs. She finished her senior season as the Rams’ leading scorer, averaging 11.2 points a game while collecting 5.6 rebounds a game.

Ana Magby, Valley

Magby nearly averaged a double-double in her senior season, scoring 9.7 points a game, while collecting 9.2 rebounds. She joined the 1,000 point club this season.

Brandy Phillips, Beulah

Phillips was the Bobcats’ main offensive weapon, scoring 13.6 points a game in her freshman season. She was also key in the Bobcats’ zone, as she played the top of the 1-2-2 zone. She averaged 3.2 steals a game while collecting 5.3 rebounds a game.

McKayla Barber, Springwood School

Barber was one of the two Springwood captains this past season. She averaged 11.1 points a game while collecting 5.6 rebounds. She was also named to the AISA All-Star game.

Alahbra’J Todd, LaFayette

Todd was the Bulldogs’ best defensive player, usually being assigned to the opposing player’s best scorer. She averaged 12 points and three steals a game as a junior.

Honorable Mention

Andie Martin, Springwood School

Martin averaged 8.5 points, 9.6 rebounds and 4.6 assists as a senior.

Lexi Smith, Chambers Academy

Smith averaged 7.9 points, four rebounds and 2.6 steals as a sophomore.

Shelly Keebler, Chambers Academy

Keebler averaged 6.8 points, 3.4 rebounds and 2.7 rebounds as a senior and was named to the AISA All-Tournament team.

Ameria Truitt, Lanett

Truitt averaged eight points, 4.2 rebounds and 11 assists as a freshman.

Mon’Keliyah Morgan, LaFayette

Morgan averaged six points, four assists and five steals as a senior.