2015-16 ALL-USA West Virginia Girls Basketball Team

2015-16 ALL-USA West Virginia Girls Basketball Team


2015-16 ALL-USA West Virginia Girls Basketball Team


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

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Jason White, Morgantown
In just three seasons as the head coach at Morgantown, White has delivered a trio of championships. The Mohigans (25-1) capped off the three-peat with a 61-56 win over Huntington in the Class AAA state final last month.


Player of the Year
Jordyn Dawson, F, Huntington, 5-10, Jr.
Averaging 20.2 points, 13 rebounds and seven steals per game, Dawson corralled the state’s Gatorade Girls Basketball Player of the Year award this past season. She was also named a First Team All-State selection as she helped Huntington to an appearance in the Class AAA state final.

Sydney Holloway, F, Morgantown, 5-10, Sr.
The leading scorer on the state’s three-time reigning Class AAA state champs, Holloway produced 14.2 points per game for Morgantown, including 25 in the state final vs. Huntington.

Gabby Lupardus, G, Wyoming East (New Richmond), 5-7, So.
The sophomore standout led Wyoming East to the Class AA state title, averaging 14.7 points, 6.9 assists and 5.1 rebounds per game.

Aaliyah Dunham, PG, South Charleston, 5-3, Jr.
Dunham helped South Charleston to the first round of the Class AAA state tournament with averages of 20.2 points, five assists and five steals per game.

Dazha Congleton, G, Huntington, 5-8, Sr.
A deadly perimeter scoring threat, Congleton averaged 16 points per game for the Class AAA runners-up.


Tori Derrow, F, John Marshall (Glen Dale), 5-10, So.

Anna Hayton, C, Parkersburg South (Parkersburg), 6-2, Sr.

Shi Banks, G/F, George Washington (Charleston), 6-3, Jr.

Monica Mitchell, C, Logan, 6-2, Sr.

Lydia Adrian, F, Morgantown, 6-0, Jr.


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