Girls High School Basketball

5A SIC all-conference girls basketball team: Where did your favorite player land?

Eagle girls basketball celebrates first title in program history

The Eagle High girls basketball team upset previously undefeated Mountain View 51-47 to win the first state championship in program history.
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The Eagle High girls basketball team upset previously undefeated Mountain View 51-47 to win the first state championship in program history.

Note: All-conference teams are chosen solely by each league’s coaches. 

5A SOUTHERN IDAHO CONFERENCE

Player of the Year: Darian White, sr., G, Mountain View

Coach of the Year: Matt Creech, Meridian

[Related: 4A SIC all-conference girls basketball team | 3A to 1A all-conference teams]

First team

Ava Ranson, jr., Timberline

Nyalam Thabach, sr., Borah

Meghan Boyd, sr., Eagle

Peyton McFarland, jr., Boise

Naya Ojukwu, fr., Mountain View

Second team

Jaimee McKinnie, sr., Eagle

DeeAnn White, sr., Meridian

Elena McHargue, sr., Timberline

Allison Ross, so., Boise

Trinity Slocum, so., Mountain View

Honorable mention

Laila Saenz, jr., Mountain View

Riley Frith, sr., Rocky Mountain

Kayla Carlson, sr., Centennial

Eliza deVera, sr., Eagle

Sydney Davis, sr., Boise

Lauren Baumgartner, sr., Capital

Jaleesa Lawrence, so., Meridian

Betsey King, jr., Eagle

Mandy Berg, sr., Rocky Mountain

Kelsey Higgins, sr., Skyview

Brittney Hansen, sr., Meridian

Madi Williams, jr., Boise

Michael Lycklama has covered Idaho high school sports since 2007. He’s won national awards for his work uncovering the stories of the Treasure Valley’s best athletes and investigating behind-the-scenes trends.If you like seeing stories like this, please consider supporting our work with a digital subscription to the Idaho Statesman.

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