ALL-SAN DIEGO SECTION
Player of the Year
DESTINY LITTLETON, BISHOP'S
By BLAKE ATWELL
Destiny Littleton destroyed all competitors throughout her entire senior season at Bishop's out of La Jolla, posting unbelievable numbers. Littleton averaged 42.7 points, 5 assists, and 10.9 rebounds per game, leading Bishop's to a 30-4 overall record. The maniacal 5-foot-9 guard won the San Diego Section CIF and Gatorade Player of the Year awards, while receiving an invitation to the McDonalds All-American game. A USC signee, Littleton passed former WNBA star Charde Houston as California's all-time leading girls high school scorer.
Coach of the Year
CHRIS KROESCH, MISSION HILLS
Mission Hills' Chris Kroesch is the Prep2Prep SDS Coach of the Year.
By BLAKE ATWELL
Chris Kroesch did an incredible job in 2017, coaching Mission Hills to a 30-3 overall record. The Grizzlies captured the CIF San Diego Section championship with a 65-47 victory over Bishop's, and beat Etiwanda in the state tournament before falling to Long Beach Poly.
FIRST TEAM ALL-SDS
Satera Bates, Mount Miguel
Throughout her senior year, Satera Bates established herself as a one of the top scoring guards in California. Bates made minimal impact as a junior, but was able to elevate her game to another level in her last year at Mount Miguel.
Khayla Rooks, Mission Hills
Standing at 6-foot-1, Mission Hills forward Khayla Rooks guided the Grizzlies to a dominant 30-3 record and San Diego Section CIF title. Rooks scored 18.5 points per contest and shot extremely well from beyond the 3-point line at 44 percent.
Monique Smith, Serra
Senior 5-foot-10 forward Monique Smith left everything on the court her final year at Serra, averaging a double-double of 18 points and 10.3 rebounds per game. Smith also came away with 4.6 steals and 1.9 blocks per contest, displaying solid versatility. Branded as the best player in the Western League, Smith exceeded the hype and led Serra to a 23-11 overall finish, 11-1 in conference.
SECOND TEAM ALL-SDS
Alessandra Aguirre, Bishop's
Alongside the best scorer in the history of California girls high school basketball, Bishop's senior guard Alessandra Aguirre still found ways to get buckets. Aguirre averaged 15.3 points and 4.5 rebounds, especially making a mark as one the best 3-point shooters in America. The veteran stud finished sixth nationally in 3-point percentage, fourth in California.
Tarazjanae Cooksey, Lincoln
Lincoln's senior captain 5-foot-6 guard Tarazjanae Cooksey played consistently well all season, scoring 17.5 points and swiping 3.2 steals. Cooksey was named the MaxPreps Lincoln Player of the Year, and finished 83rd in California for field goals with 171 made.
THIRD TEAM ALL-SDS
LA COSTA CANYON:
LA JOLLA COUNTRY DAY:
Nikki Mayoral, Hailey McCoy, Katelynn Nguyen
Erin Brunansky, Kinley Williams