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SAN NICOLAS NAMED MVP FOR SECOND STRAIGHT YEAR

Academy Cougar Mia San Nicolas captures MVP for the second straight year to lead the 2018 Girls Basketball All-Island.

MVP – Mia San Nicolas – Academy

First Team:

G – Taneea Henderson – Guam High – (9th)
G – Isla Quinata – St. Paul – (12th)
F – Danica Cabrera – Okkodo – (12th)
F – Johnia Siguenza – St. Paul – (12th)
C – Mia San Nicolas – Academy – (12th)

Second Team:

G – Racquel Camacho – Okkodo – (11th)
G – Alana Salas – George Washington – (11th)
F – Aniah Cruz – Guam High – (11th)
F – Janniliese Quintanilla – St. Paul – (10th)
C – Angeli Dacanay – Okkodo – (11th)

Honorable Mention:

Guards:
Katrina Davis – Guam High – (12th)

Cori-Nicole Paulino – Academy – (9th)
Oriana Sevilla – Academy – (9th)
Bila Aguon – Geroge Washington – (12th)
Jenna Han – St. John’s – (12th)
Vanezza Gustilo – Okkodo – (10th)
Y’lisiah-Rai Jorda – Tiyan – (12th)
Nicolette Perez – Notre Dame – (10th)

Forwards:
Brianne Leon Guerrero – Notre Dame – (12th)

Kayla Camacho – Sanchez – (12th)
Therese Fegurgur – Academy – (12th)
Mari Paet – George Washington – (12th)
D’shanae Cruz – Okkodo – (11th)
Tylee Shepherd – St. John’s – (10th)

Centers:
Kirsten-Joy Santos – George Washington – (11th)

Keiani Pangelinan – St. Paul – (11th)

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