Girls High School Basketball

4A SIC all-conference girls basketball team revealed. See who made the cut.

Caldwell’s Julia Martinez hits game-winning 3 for state title berth

Caldwell’s Julia Martinez made a 3-pointer with 14.5 seconds to beat Minico on Feb. 15, 2019 to earn a trip to the 4A state championship.
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Caldwell’s Julia Martinez made a 3-pointer with 14.5 seconds to beat Minico on Feb. 15, 2019 to earn a trip to the 4A state championship.

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

4A SOUTHERN IDAHO CONFERENCE 

Player of the Year: Jalen Callender, sr., G/F, Caldwell 

Coach of the Year: Derek McCormick, Bishop Kelly 

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FIRST TEAM 

Gabby Keefe, sr., Bishop Kelly 

Jasmyne Boles, jr., Vallivue 

Zoey Moore, jr., Middleton 

Miaja Mills, jr., Kuna 

Monica Behrend, sr., Bishop Kelly 

Haley Robinett, sr., Middleton 

SECOND TEAM 

Jade Martinez, jr., Caldwell  

Lexi Mitchell, sr., Middleton 

Jazzy Jenkins, so., Emmett 

Tawni Morrison, sr., Vallivue 

Gracee Gustin, so., Kuna 

HONORABLE MENTION 

Kat Vallejo, jr., Caldwell 

Piper Curry, fr., Nampa 

Julia Martinez, sr., Caldwell 

Gemma Lavergne, jr., Emmett 

Karen Vega, sr., Columbia 

Olivia Kent, sr., Bishop Kelly 

Oliva Tolman, sr., Ridgevue 

Hanna Seabaugh, jr., Nampa     

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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