The 2019-20 All-Peninsula Girls Basketball Team

MVP: Millie Long, jr., G, Port Angeles.

• Eve Burke, so., F, Port Angeles — Averaged 11.7 points per game with team-highs in shooting percentage (51.2 percent) and rebounds (6.8) to earn first-team All-Olympic League honors.

• Jayla Julmist, jr., P, Sequim — First-team All-Olympic League pick totaled 10 points, 11.5 rebounds, 2.1 steals, two assists and 1.4 blocks each time out for Wolves.

• Jaida Wood, jr., F, Port Angeles — Pushed Port Angeles to third straight state trip by providing 11.4 points and 4.6 rebounds per game.

• Rian Peters, sr., F, Forks — Second-team All-Evergreen League pick posted 14 points, eight rebounds and four assists per game. Four-time Spartans girls basketball MVP.

• Chloe Leverington, jr., P, Forks — Averaged a double-double with 13 points, 12 rebounds plus 2.5 steals and two blocks.

• Hope Glasser, sr., F, Sequim — First-team All-Olympic Leaguer was one of four Wolves to score 10 or more points per game. Also averaged four rebounds, 2.7 assists and two steals.

• Kalli Wiker, jr., F, Sequim — Second-team All-Olympic League sharpshooter tied school record for made 3-pointers in two different games this season. Averaged 10.7 points, three rebounds and two assists.

• Ruth Moss, jr., G/F, Neah Bay —Red Devils’ floor leader was counted on by Neah Bay coaching staff.

• Jessica Dietzman, sr., G, Sequim — Wolves’ point guard put up 10.3 points, four rebounds, 2.7 assists and two steals.

• Izzy Hammett, sr., P, Port Townsend — First-team All-Olympic League pick was a double-double machine for the Redhawks.

• Bailee Larson, so., G, Port Angeles — Teamed with Long to produce potent defensive backcourt for Port Angeles. Totaled 6.4 points, 3.8 rebounds and 2.7 assists for Riders.

• Mikkiah Brady, sr., G, Port Angeles — Team captain provided ample leadership to her Riders’ teammates. Second-team All-Olympic Leaguer put up 6.1 points per game.

Honorable Mention: Laila Greene, jr., G, Neah Bay; Katie Clark, jr., G, Chimacum; Cei’J Gagnon, sr., F, Neah Bay; Amber Swan, jr., G/F, Clallam Bay; Cedar Johnson, jr., G, Clallam Bay; Gina Brown, jr., P, Port Townsend; Kadie Wood, fr., Forks.

Coaching Staff of the Year: Port Angeles. Riders lost the reigning Olympic League MVP and dealt with health scares for head coach Michael Poindexter, but still found ample success this season, earning third-straight league title, back-to-back district championship and third-straight state tournament berth.

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