Who was the top player from the TSSAA girls basketball state tournaments? (Poll Closed)

  • Brinae Alexander, Riverdale. Alexander averaged 17 ppg and 7.6 rpg in the Class AAA state tournament.
    <1%
    20 votes

     
  • Keeley Carter, Macon County. Carter averaged 23 ppg (32 in the Class AA championship game) and averaged 11 rebounds a game.
    <1%
    12 votes

     
  • Tess Darby, Greenfield. Darby averaged 19 ppg and 6.3 rpg in the Class A state tournament.
    5%
    188 votes

     
  • Deja Graves, Westview. Graves averaged 19 ppg and 9 rpg in two games of the Class AA state tournament.
    2%
    98 votes

     
  • Aislynn Hayes, Riverdale. Hayes, the Class AAA state tournament MVP, averaged 14 ppg with 3.3 rpg and 4 apg.
    <1%
    8 votes

     
  • Jayla Hemingway, Houston. Hemingway averaged 21 points and seven rebounds for Class AAA runner-up Houston.
    46%
    1,910 votes

     
  • Rhyne Howard, Bradley Central. Howard averaged 18.5 ppg, 11 rpg and 4 apg in two games for the Bearettes, who advanced to the Class AAA semifinals.
    <1%
    2 votes

     
  • Trinity Lee, Bearden. Lee averaged 21.5 points in two Class AAA games, her biggest scoring games of the postseason.
    1%
    27 votes

     
  • Akira Levy, Upperman. The Class AA state tournament MVP averaged 21.7 ppg (31 and game winner in the final). She also averaged 10.3 rebounds and eight assists a game in the tournament.
    1%
    22 votes

     
  • Chloe Moore, Greenfield. The Class A state MVP averaged 20 ppg and 3.3 apg in leading the Lady Yellowjackets to the Class A title.
    15%
    632 votes

     
  • Shelby Moore, Gatlinburg-Pittman. Moore came off the bench to score 23 points in the Class AA quarterfinal loss.
    1%
    43 votes

     
  • Jamirah Shutes, Haywood. Shutes broke three state tournament records in two games, including points in a game twice, as she averaged 44.5 ppg and 6.5 rpg.
    29%
    1,185 votes

     

Poll posted 2 years ago.