2015-16 ALL-USA D.C. Girls Basketball Team

2015-16 ALL-USA D.C. Girls Basketball Team


2015-16 ALL-USA D.C. Girls Basketball Team


USA TODAY High School Sports is proud to announce the 2015-16 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Washington D.C. Girls Basketball Team. Players were selected based on their athletic achievements from the 2015-16 season.

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Jonathan Scribner, St. John’s College High
The longtime head coach in the D.C. area has been at the helm at St. John’s since 2007. He led the Cadets to a District of Columbia State Athletic Association championship this season with a 59-47 triumph over Georgetown Visitation.


Player of the Year
Isabella Alarie, F, National Cathedral, 6-3, Sr.
Alarie, the district’s Gatorade Girls Basketball Player of the Year (and daughter of former NBA player Mark Alarie), averaged 28.2 points, 15.6 rebounds and 5.3 blocked shots per game this past season for National Cathedral. She recorded a double-double in every game in which she played during her senior campaign and will begin her collegiate career at Princeton this fall.

Kayla Robbins, F, St. John’s College High, 6-1, Sr.
The future Michigan Wolverine averaged 14.4 points per game and led St. John’s to a District of Columbia State Athletic Association title.

Alexis Gray, PG, Georgetown Visitation, 5-6, Sr.
Gray, who will play college ball at Loyola this fall, averaged 13.1 points per game for the Cubs, who earned a berth in the DCSAA title game.

Aisha Sheppard, G, St. John’s College High, 5-8, Jr.
The Cadets’ standout guard averaged 14.1 points per game en route to a DCSAA championship.

Kieche White, G, Friendship Collegiate, 5-5, Sr.
White fell just shy of the 2,000-point club, finishing with 1,919 points scored for her prep career, averaging 17.3 points per game as a senior.


Asisha Greene, G, Anacostia, 5-8, Sr.

Tytilalo Green, G, Woodrow Wilson, 5-9, Sr.

Dejaih Gallion, F, Bell, 5-9, Jr.

Tu’ziah Hall, G, Woodrow Wilson, 5-5, Sr.

Kendal Edwards, G, Georgetown Day, 5-10, Jr.


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