Olympic’s Olivia Williams and Rebekah Baugh of North Kitsap
helped the Class 2A beat the 1A squad in the Washington State Girls
Basketball Coaches Association (WSGBCA) Senior All-State game
Saturday at King’s High in Seattle. Crosspoint was represented by
Cailyn Cattell and Desere’e Doty on the 1B team, which was
beaten by the 2B team, 81-64.
The 2A won 93-75. Baugh had 8 points and five rebounds and
two steals in 21 minutes off the bench while Williams finished
with three points and two rebounds in 19 minutes. Mork Morris’
Ashley Coons led all players with 19 points.
In the 1B/2B game, Cattell finished with 8 points and five
rebounds, two assists and two steals and was the only local player
to start. Doty finished with 5 points and two rebounds in 17:42
minutes off the bench.
All four players are going on to play in college; Cattell at
Linfield, Doty at Grand Canyon (soccer), Baugh at St. Martin’s and
Williams at Umpqua CC.
WSGBCA also announced its coaches/players of the year.
1B player of the year: Savanna Chadwick, Colton
1B coach of the year: Al Smeenk, Sunnyside
2B player of the year: Baylee Olsen, Wahkiakum
2B coach of the year: Bryan Boesel, Okanogan
1A player of the year: Savanna Hanson, King’s
1A coach of the year: Jeff Pietz, Lakeside Nine Mile
2A players of the year: Karley Eaton, Mark Morris and
Kourtney Eaton, Mark Morris
2A coach of the year: Steve Rooklidge, Mark Morris
3A player of the year: Jayde Christopher,
3A coach of the year: Everett Edwards, Lynnwood
4A player of the year: Otiona Gildon, Gonzaga Prep
4A coach of the year: John Augustavo, Inglemoor
WSGBCA 2015 Washington State Coach of the Year: Clark
WSGBCA 2015 Ms. Basketball: Laura Stockton, Gonzaga
1B vs. 2B player of the game: Anna Cook, La Conner
1A vs. 2A player of the game: Zykera Rice, Clover
3A vs. 4A player of the game: Otiona Gildon, Gonzaga