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2016-17 Girls' Basketball All-City Team PHOTO GALLERY

  • Kamaria McDaniel - Robichaud
  • Isabelle Clark - Dearborn High
  • Allia Hamood - Edsel Ford
  • Rana Elhusseini - Fordson
  • Natalia Ortiz - Crestwood
  • Allie Filiatraut - Divine Child
  • Harper Vanden Bosch - Dearborn High
  • Brooke Gailliard - Edsel Ford
  • Courtney Smithon - Divine Child
  • Demi Rodriguez - Crestwood
  • Jamilah Zaban - Fordson
  • Kayla Brown - Robichaud
  • Kylana Darwiche - Fordson
  • Layaill Mustafa - Dearborn High
  • Maya Barakat - Crestwood
  • Nasreen Kobeissi - Dearborn High
  • Nurijet Ala - Annapolis
  • Maddie Rzepka - Divine Child
  • Sabrina Lutzen - Annapolis
  • Terria Fisher - Robichaud
  • Sarah Abdallah - Fordson

Isabelle Clark, Dearborn

The senior guard became the program’s all-time leading scorer this season. She was all-league for the Pioneers, as she averaged 14.7 points, 4.9 rebounds, 3 assists and 1.8 steals. Clark helped guide Dearborn to an 18-5 record and a second consecutive district title.

Harper Vanden Bosch, Dearborn

A constant threat from long range, the senior guard was an all-league honorable mention this winter. She averaged 9.3 points, 2.7 triples, 1.1 assists and 2 steals for the Pioneers, who finished 18-5 overall and won a second consecutive district championship.

Layaill Mustafa, Dearborn

The senior center was all-league for the Pioneers. She averaged 7 points, 9.7 rebounds and 1.2 steals for a Dearborn squad that was 18-5 overall and won its second district title in a row.

Nasreen Kobeissi, Dearborn

The junior guard was all-league for the 18-5 Pioneers. She averaged 8.6 points, 3.9 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 2.4 steals on a team that won a district title for the second consecutive season.

Allia Hamood, Edsel Ford

The senior forward/guard was all-league for the Thunderbirds. Hamood was a captain this year, a four-year varsity player who scored 242 total points this season and finished with 507 career points. She had 51 steals this season, 25 blocks and a game-high 28 points.

Brooke Gailliard, Edsel Ford

The junior forward/guard averaged 12 points and five rebounds for the Thunderbirds. She shot 40 percent from the field, including three-point attempts. “She did not let her 5-foot-4 stature stop her from doing a great job in the post on defense playing physical and tough against many players who had quite a few inches on her,” Edsel Ford coach Janet Smith said.

Rana Elhusseini, Fordson

The sophomore point guard was all-league after averaging 17.5 points, seven assists and six rebounds for the Tractors, who won the WWAC Red title and finished 16-6 overall.

Kylana Darwiche, Fordson

The junior power forward was all-league after averaging 13.3 points, 8 rebounds and 3.2 steals for the Tractors, who captured the WWAC Red championship and finished 16-6 overall.

Sarah Abdallah, Fordson

The junior center was all-league after averaging 9.8 points, 8.3 rebounds, 2.7 steals and was a great defender in the post for the Tractors, who took first in the WWAC Red and finished with a 16-6 overall record.

Jamilah Zaban, Fordson

The junior forward was all-league after averaging 4.5 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.4 steals for the Tractors. “She was the best on-ball defender on the team and was given the task to guard the best opposing guard every night,” said Fordson coach Sal Abazeed. The Tractors won the WWAC Red in 2016-17 and finished 16-6 overall.

Kamaria McDaniel, Robichaud

The senior guard was one of the state’s best players and was one of five finalists for the Miss Basketball award. A Class B First-Team All-State pick, she averaged 31.4 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists for the Bulldogs, who were one of the toughest Class B teams in the state again this year. She has signed on to play basketball at Penn State University.

Kayla Brown, Robichaud

The senior guard was first-team all-league after averaging 19 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists for the Bulldogs, who were one of the toughest Class B teams in the state again this winter. She has signed on to play basketball next year at University of Detroit Mercy.

Terria Fisher, Robichaud

The senior guard averaged 7 points and 9 rebounds on a Bulldogs squad that was one of top Class B teams in the state again this season.

Maya Barakat, Crestwood

The freshman center was an all-conference selection and was named team MVP. She averaged a double-double every night, with 12 points and 11 rebounds. She also averaged two blocks, 2.5 steals and shot 50 percent from the floor on a Chargers squad that went 13-9 and reached the district title game.

Demi Rodriguez, Crestwood

The sophomore guard was an all-conference selection. She led the team in scoring, as she averaged 15 points a game. She also led the squad with five steals per game and was second in assists on a team that went 13-9 and reached the district championship game.

Natalia Ortiz, Crestwood

The sophomore point guard was an all-conference honorable mention for 2016-17. She averaged 9 points and led the team in assists with 5 per game. She also was second on the team in steals, with an average of 3 per game, on a squad that posted a 13-9 overall record and reached the district finals.

Courtney Smithon, Divine Child

The senior point guard picked up All-Catholic League honors this winter after averaging 11 points for the Falcons. She led Divine Child in both scoring and steals for 2016-17.

Maddie Rzepka, Divine Child

The sophomore shooting guard was second on the team in scoring with 7 points per game and she was the team’s best free-throw shooter at 78 percent. She led the Falcons in assists and was second on the team in steals.

Allie Filiatraut, Divine Child

The junior center earned All-Catholic League honors in a season where she averaged a team-best 6.5 rebounds for the Falcons. She also averaged 5.5 points a night and on the other end was a solid post defender for Divine Child.

Nurijet Ala, Annapolis

The senior guard led the Cougars in every offensive category and was a three-year varsity player. She earned her second consecutive all-league award this past season.

Sabrina Lutzen, Annapolis

The senior center was a three-year starter for the Cougars and earned all-league honors.

Last Updated: 3/20/2017 5:28:59 PM EST