• Guard — Brandi Willard, River Ridge, JR: With one of the best records in Pasco County, River Ridge couldn’t have done it without the play of Willard. The junior guard averaged a team-high 14.9 points per game for the Royal Knights.

• Guard — Trinity Blanc, Land O’ Lakes, SR: If there was a multi-sport athlete that made a difference for the Gators in the 2018-2019 season, it was Blanc. The basketball/softball player averaged 14.3 points in her senior campaign and also knocked down 71 3-pointers for Land O’ Lakes.

• Forward — Brittany Lacerte, Gulf, JR: The quick combo guard was in large part of the reason Gulf nearly reached the 20-win plateau. The Buccaneers finished 16-12 and Lacerte led Gulf by averaging more than 14 points per game in her junior season.

• Forward — Zoi Evans, Wiregrass Ranch, SO: The super sophomore was sensational for the Bulls in her first season as a full-time varsity contributor. Evans averaged a team-high 15.3 points per game for Wiregrass Ranch and helped the team to a 20-9 record.

• Forward — Kayla Grant, Wesley Chapel, JR: The Wildcats made their way back onto the scene as a basketball power again in Pasco County and couldn’t have done so without Grant. The athletic forward averaged a team-high 15.5 points and 10.7 rebounds per game for the 22-3 Wesley Chapel Wildcats.

• Utility — Genesis Gonzalez, Sunlake, SR: In Gonzalez’s senior season with Sunlake, she helped keep the strong tradition alive for the Seahawks. Gonzalez averaged 12.4 points per game and guided Sunlake to another district championship and postseason appearance.