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Seattle Times all-state girls basketball team

The Seattle Times' 2013 all-state girls basketball team, selected by Times reporter Sandy Ringer.

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Girls Player of Year
Pos. Player School Ht. Yr.
F Brittany McPhee Mount Rainier (Des Moines) 6-0 Jr.
State's Gatorade Player of Year as sophomore just keeps getting better in all phases.
All-State First Team
Pos. Player School Ht. Yr.
G/F Brooke Pahukoa Lake Stevens 5-9 Sr.
Dislocated finger didn't stop Boise State-bound player from carrying Vikings to state.
G/F Raven Benton Federal Way 5-10 Sr.
After injury-plagued summer, hot-shooting Benton proved she's a D-I prospect.
F Kelsey Moos Reardan 6-0 Sr.
Arizona signee has three state titles each in basketball, volleyball.
G Jade Redmon Mead (Spokane) 5-8 Sr.
High basketball IQ and skills made four-year starter key to team's title run.
G Chandler Smith Brewster 6-0 Jr.
Multitalented gem averaged 21.3 points, 9.2 rebounds, 6.9 assists, 4.2 steals.
Second Team
Pos. Player School Ht. Yr.
G Makala Roper Cleveland (Seattle) 5-8 Jr.
Sharpshooting Metro League MVP helped Eagles hit target with 3A state title.
G Bethany Montgomery Wilson (Tacoma) 5-9 Sr.
EWU getting athletic player who led Rams to school-best third-place trophy.
G Kayleigh Valley University (Spokane) 5-11 Sr.
Greater Spokane League MVP did whatever it took to get Titans back to state.
G Courtney Nelson Kamiakin (Kennewick) 5-10 Sr.
Versatile player keyed Braves' return to state tournament.
G/W Haley Smith Skyline (Sammamish) 6-1 Sr.
Breakout season for future Colorado player was crucial to Spartans' quarterfinal run.
Coach of the Year
Quantae Anderson, Mead
Anderson guided Panthers to 25-1 season and first 4A state championship since 1996.

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