2022 - 2023 All-Stars
#24 Tiffany Burns
206pts 52 ast 23 rbs 16 stls
Tiffany is a 8th grader and starting point guard in our inaugural class A NEPSAC season. Tiffany has accepted the role as a leader and one of the youngest players on the team. During this season Tiffany demonstrated her incredible skill set and command of the floor playing up against veteran NEPSAC college ready guards. Tiffany lead our team in scoring and assist. We are extremely excited for Tiffany being selected in her first year as a NEPSGBA All Star and we are equally excited to see her continued development in the classroom , Austin Prep community and basketball court.
#2 Hannah Bernstein
Buckingham Brown & Nichols
#11 Paika Van Der Mas
Choate Rosemary Hall
14. ppg, 9 rpg 2 spg, 2 bpg and 4 apg
Paika Van Der Maas is a second year nepsgba all-star, all-nepsac honorable mention a year ago. She impacts the game in so many ways (14.3 ppg, 9 rebound, 2 steals, 2 blocks and 4 assist).she is a matchup problem because of her skill set, high basketball IQ and is a threat inside and outside. She lead our team in points and rebounds per game this season. On defense she is upfront in our press and is an exceptional help defender as she can guard all positions (1-5). Paika is fun to watch and we’re fortunate to have her back next year. The sky is the limit.
#13 Norah Saluja
Choate Rosemary Hall
10 ppg, 6.5 apg, 6 rpg, and 2 spg.
Norah is a four year starter for our program and two year captain. She has the most experience on our team and has built the program with me. Norah is a two time nepsgba all star and was All nepsac last season. We were fortunate to go undefeated and won the Founders League last season and she played a big part. This season Norah averaged 10 ppg, 6.5 assist, 5 rebounds, 2 steals and has led our team in minutes played over the course of her four year career. She lead our team in assist and steals. When we need the key steal, rebound, assist she comes up with it and closes the game out for us. He toughness coupled with her willingness to win is what I’m most proud of. She is the leader of our team and has molded our younger players throughout this season. Norah will be attending Bentley University were she will be playing basketball. I’m proud of her and look forward to her college journey. It was a privilege to coach Norah this last four years and train her since 1st grade.
#2 Kameryn Perry
Choate Rosemary Hall
10 ppg 6 rpg, 2 spg, 2 bpg, and 5 apg
Kameryn is a co-captain of our team and a first time nepsgba all star. She is very versatile both offensively and defensively. She lead our team in blocks this season. She plays the passing lanes very well as she uses her length to get steals. Offensively she sees the court very well in transition, has the ability score at all three levels (post up, midrange and 3 ball). Kameryn averaged 10 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 blocks and 5 assist this season. Very appreciative of her efforts so far this season and I wish her much success next year at Cornel. It was a privilege to coach Kameryn the last to years and train her since 7th grade.
22ppg 7 rpg 1.1 bpg 3apg
Anelly set career highs in points:22 ppg. Rebounds: 17 rpg. Blocks: 11bpg. And assists: 3apg. Only a Junior Anelly is a 2x first-team EIL ALL-STAR. Selfless, focused and determined, An is getting several D1 looks and is eager to play at the next level. An is an honor roll student, excelling on the court and in the classroom. An led D-Hall to their best record in 6 years.
Dr. Jeff LaCure
#11 Georgia Sackrey
13 ppg, 8 rpg
A four-year varsity team member and senior captain, Georgia has led our team in points and rebounds all season. Georgia is a tri-varsity athlete at Deerfield in volleyball, basketball and rowing, and she is a rare 12 varsity letter earner. Georgia will row crew for the University of Pennsylvania next year.
#1 Z Bernard
#3 Kiersten Brennan
12ppg/ 4assists/ 2 st
An excellent leader. Kiersten is a 1st time All Star and an FAA honorable mention. 3 year varsity player who started as a wing instead of the point guard. She was asked to score more and she was our top guard defender. She has a great motor and is competitive. A 3- sport athlete (Field Hockey and tennis) who has plans on playing basketball in college.
#15 Morgan Jenkins
12.8 ppg, 219 rebs., 21 asts., 31 stls., 23 blks
Morgan is a first year NEPSGBA All-Star and two year starter as a sophomore at Hotchkiss. Not only does Morgan possess incredibly length, but she is extremely athletic and fast for any height. A ferocious rebounder, Morgan controls the paint on both ends, deflecting and altering shots on defense while collecting offensive boards for second-chance points. As she continues to gain strength and refine her outside touch, Morgan will only become more difficult to guard.
#14 Biz Watson
5.1 ppg, 100 rebs., 47 asts., 33 stls.
Biz is a post-graduate who has been a tremendous addition to the team this year. Biz has a very high basketball IQ who brings experience and leadership to a young team. Excellent both as an on-ball and help defender, Biz has been the glue to a strong defensive team. She has tremendous court vision on offense, and Biz has proven to be an outstanding facilitator for the offense. Biz will be playing for the Case Western Reserve Spartans next year.
#5 Kaila Richards
13.3 ppg, 111 rebs., 46 asts., 38 stls.
Kaila is a two year NEPSGBA All-Star and two year starter as a sophomore at Hotchkiss. A dynamic scorer and slasher, she uses her ability to get to the rim both to score and to set up her teammates. Kaila is a fierce competitor and extremely hard worker who spends a great deal of extra time in the gym. She will only get better as both a player and a leader, and Kaila has been and will continue to be a crucial part of Hotchkiss's success.