Girls Basketball: 2021 All-Shore Teams
The Shore Sports Network is proud to partner with the Shore Girls Basketball Association in announcing this year’s All-Shore teams which will appear very different than in the past. The traditional All-Division teams are listed by the pod in which those teams competed in during the course of “regular season” and we also salute those who stood out during the “postseason” which consisted of three games in early March.
We thank the SGBCA, especially Jay Lagomarsino and Dave Drew for partnering with us to honor these players who faced numerous challenges during the course of the season to provide us with outstanding performances and many noteworthy moments.
Shore Girls Basketball Coaches Association All-Shore Teams and Awards
Co-Players-of-the-Year Destiny Adams, Manchester
Madison St. Rose, St. John Vianney
There was certainly not much to separate two of the top players in the state. The University of North Carolina-bound Adams averaged 30 points and 19 rebounds per game and finished her remarkable career with 2010 points. The Hawks rose to prominence during her high school careers, going 96-17 and being ranked among the state’s best.
The scary part for opponents about St. Rose is she still has another year left at SJV.. A gifted all-around player she has helped lead the Lady Lancers to back-to-back seasons as the #1 ranked team in the shore and state. The 5’10 guard averaged just over 19 points a game along with nearly 5 rebounds and 3 steals but statistics do not define her greatness. St. Rose has verbally committed to Princeton.
Coach-of-the-Year Dawn Karpell, St. John Vianney
The Lady Lancers had a target on their backs all season long but took on all challengers and finished a perfect 14-0 season in which they were the Shore Sports Network’s top ranked team and #1 again throughout New Jersey. Karpell’s team won their games by an average of more than 26 points and the only team to stay within 10 points was Trenton Catholic, the #2 team in the state. In her 15 years at the school Karpell has built a powerhouse as her 366-61 record would indicate.
1st Team All-Shore (rotate your phone horizontally for optimal viewing)
Abby Antognoli, St. Rose 5���7 Sr. G 20.2ppg
Rachel Capua, Jackson Memorial 5’8 Sr. G 24.5ppg
Katie Hill, St. John Vianney 6’ Sr. G 12.3ppg
Grace Munt, Rumson-Fair Haven 5’11 Sr. G/F 11.9ppg
Justine Pissott, Red Bank Catholic 6’2 Jr. G/F 15.8ppg
Mary Donnelly, Manasquan 5’10 Jr. G 14.6ppg
2nd Team All-Shore
Megan Cahalan, St. John Vianney 6’3 Jr.
Ally Carmen, Red Bank Catholic 6’5 Jr.
Brooke Hollawell, Manasquan 5’9 Jr.
Lexi Linton, Jackson Memorial 5’8 Sr.
Gabriella Ross, Donovan Catholic 5’7 Soph.
Chloe Teter, Red Bank Regional 5’9 Sr.
3rd Team All-Shore
Emma Bruen, St. John Vianney 5’8 Sr.
Julia Corsentino, Rumson-Fair Haven 5’8 Soph.
Caitlyn Gresko, Howell 5’10 Sr.
Ashley O’Connor, St. John Vianney 5’9 Jr.
Jessica Riepe, Marlboro 5’11 Sr.
Sophia Sabino, Red Bank Catholic 5’8 Sr.
Amaya Bray – Manchester
Dorothy Loffredo – Manasquan
Ryann Taylor – Holmdel
Rosie Scognamiglio – St Rose
Olivia Conroy – DC
Jordyn Keating – DC
Lila Shaver – Pt Boro
Genevieve Fara – Pt Boro
Allison House – Pt Beach
Maura Carney – Jackson Liberty
Madison LaRosa – Shore
Nina Emmace – Trinity Hall
Layla Laws – St Rose
Shayne Eldridge – Wall
Hannah Orloff – Freehold Twp
Dani Schlesinger – Marlboro
Devyn Quigley – Manchester
Georgia Heine – Manasquan
Kya Joseph – DC
Grace Leary – Howell
Amelia Medola – RBR
Amaya Evans – Neptune
Sammy Jay – Marlboro
Jhamena Range – Mater Dei
Gianna Aiello – Matawan
Courtland McBarron – RFH
Caitlyn Decker – RBR
Camryn Gardner – RBR
Zoie Maffei – Jackson Memorial
Elizabeth Gillen – TRE
Megan Sias – TRN
Julia Grodzicki – TRN
Maureen Stapleton – St Rose
Jessica Thesing – Colts Neck
Lindsay Cannon, Holmdel