2012 All-Washtenaw County girls basketball team
Angela Broggi (sr., F/G), Father Gabriel Richard: At 5 feet, 10 inches, Broggi's length created problems for opposing guards, and her speed created problems for opposing forwards. She averaged 10.3 points and 5.6 rebounds for Gabriel Richard and shot 45.4 percent from the field during the regular season, including 49.7 on two-point shots. Led Gabriel Richard to a postseason upset win over No. 9-ranked Chelsea and the school's first Class B district title.
McKenna Erkfritz (jr., F/C), Manchester: A 6-foot presence in the post, Erkfritz averaged 17.1 points, 8.9 rebounds and 2.7 blocks for Manchester (22-3) despite constant double teams. She set school records for points in a game (30), points in a season (319) and blocks in a season (54) while leading Manchester to a district title and a regional semifinal win. She averaged 21.6 points in the postseason. First team All-Cascades Conference, special mention Class C All-State and AnnArbor.com Player of the Year.
Megan Hall (sr., F/G), Chelsea: A 5-8 senior, Hall averaged 11.4 points, 4.4 rebounds and 2.8 assists for Chelsea, which went 18-2 in the regular season and finished ranked No. 9 in the state before an early loss in a Class B district tournament. She shot 40.5 percent (62-of-153) from the field and 26.3 percent (10-of-38) from 3-point range. A Class B All-State honorable mention.
Devin Talley (sr., G), Huron: The 5-8 guard averaged 10.6 points, 3.3 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 2.7 steals for Huron, which won district and regional titles and advanced to the Class A state semifinals for the first time in school history. The Class A All-State honorable mention honoree will continue her playing days at Roosevelt University in Chicago.
Zakiya Wells (fr., G), Arbor Preparatory Academy: The 5-5 freshman averaged 17.1 points, 5.3 assists and 4.4 steals for 17-2 Arbor Prep despite sitting out much of the second half in many blowout wins. Wells shot 57 percent from the field, 42 percent (5-of-12) from 3-point range and 71 percent (88-of-124) from the free-throw line. A Class D All-State special mention.
Janese Honeycutt (sr., G), Pioneer: Emerged as a leader and scorer for a young Pioneer team that desperately needed both, averaging 9.2 points on the season.
Jasmine Jones (jr., G), Ypsilanti: Averaged 11.8 points for the Phoenix. Ypsilanti started the season 1-7 but won eight of its last 13 games, and Jones was vital to the turnaround.
Emma Kill (jr., F), Dexter: A 6-2 forward, Kill averaged 7.4 points, 6.4 rebounds and 1.2 blocks for a Dexter team that finished 17-4 on the season.
Janae Sims (jr., G), Skyline: Led Skyline in scoring with 10.5 points per game in a season when the Eagles won just three games.
Logan Sims (sr., C), Huron: A solid presence down low, Sims averaged 8.2 points for the River Rats in their run to the state semifinals.
Arielle Cargor, Lincoln
Britten Clark, Saline
Riley McDonald, Dexter
Katelyn Morris, Lincoln
Victoria Norris, Skyline
Rachel Ballantyne (jr., F), Washtenaw Christian: Averaged 10.3 points in leading the Wildcats to their second straight Class D district championship and a 13-7 record. Had four double-doubles on the season.
Mackenzie Cole (sr., G), Chelsea: Ran the point for Chelsea, averaging 9.8 points and 2.4 assists.
Sarah Falvey (sr., G), Father Gabriel Richard: The 5-5 guard averaged 10.2 points, 3.3 steals and 2.8 assists for the Fighting Irish. Shot 47.3 percent from the floor.
Taylor Manders (jr., G), Manchester: Averaged 12.3 points, 3.6 rebounds and 3.9 rebounds and was a first-team All-Cascades Conference selection.
Marissa Thompson (sr., F), Greenhills: A 5-10 forward, Thompson averaged 16.3, 11.2 rebounds and 1.9 steals for 16-5 Greenhills. Had 10 double-doubles for the Gryphons.
Tessa Belanger, Rudolf Steiner
Jesse Coltre, Manchester
Keya Lawson, Willow Run
Karlee Morris, Arbor Prep
Jackie Oestreich, Greenhills