LGR's 3A All State



Before we get started please note this is NOT the LSWA (Louisiana Sportswriters Association) all state team but solely Louisiana Girls Rankings thoughts. Again with our platform we are only trying to help keep the conversation going about OUR girls so this is just another way of doing that.


The 3A classification has a great mix of talent from both the select and non select side of the classification. This 3A group listed below is a combination of both seniors that have been the face of Louisiana girls basketball for several years now as well as several younger players that will continue to carry that torch for several years to come. 3A will be a fun classification to watch!


3A MVP

Myca Trail- Sr. / St. Louis Catholic / Louisiana-Monroe Signee


Myca Trail's last game high school game she finished a run of back 2 back state championships with a stat line of 33 points 11 rebounds 4 steals and 3 assist.... I think it's safe to say ULM head Coach Brooks Donald Williams is excited to get this young lady on her campus! Trail has been a staple for this St. Louis Catholic program and its historic run over the past few years. She's been a great leader on and off the court and deserves this MVP honor.


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1st Team 3a All State (Alphabetical Order)


Tia Anderson - Jr. / Brusly

Paris Guillory - Jr. / St. Louis Catholic

Da'Naya Ross - So. / Wossman

Allasia Washington - Sr. / Madison Prep

Avery Young - Sr. / Iota (Unsigned)


Tia Anderson has to be one of the best stretch forwards in the state regardless of classification as the junior can really fill it up from outside! She was a big reason this Brusly HS team had such a great season coming into the playoffs as the number 1 overall seed they proved they can play with anyone in the state. Tia earned the respect of her opponent as she was completely face guarded the entire state semifinal game from baseline to baseline. I look for this small taste of success to motivate Tia and her teammates and they will be back in the hunt for another state championship next year.


Photo by: Jonathan Mailhes / The West Side Journal


Paris Guillory has been the running mate of Myca Trail as the one-two punch has been unstoppable in Division II and has matched up as one of the best teams in the state. Guillory gets the job done on both ends of the court as she's one of the top two way guards Louisiana has to offer! Some people may think St. Louis Catholic will fall off next year but I would never bet against a Paris Guillory led team.


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Da'Naya Ross should now be a household name as you see her below holding the most outstanding player award! The sophomore has showed flashes in the past which is why I have her in the top 3 for the 2024 class but to see her do it on the big stage in both the semifinals and finals she earned even more respect and has as chance to be really special. Wossman is on the map and here to stay for years to come!


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Allasia Washington has been a name we are all familiar with in 3A for several years now as she left it all on the floor in the semi and state championship game. Despite coming up short this year it was fitting to see her compete and finish her high school career right at the same place she'll start on the next level at Southeastern. Her game has continued to improve in all facets as she'll be a great fit for the Lady Lions. Best of luck Allasia we'll be rooting for you and looking forward to your continued growth.


Photo by: Michael Odendahl / CoachO GameDay Graphix


Avery Young is one of the top combo guards in the state as the unsigned senior can get her teammates involved when needed and she flat out scores the basketball at a high level. College coaches that are looking to add a guard that can play on and off the ball need to take a closer look at Avery. She can score the basketball from catch and shoot or off the bounce from the perimeter and has no problem running the offense to get her teammates involved as a more traditional point guard when needed. One of the top guards left in the state!


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2nd Team 3A All State (Alphabetical Order)


Ramiah Augurson - Fr. / Wossman

A'yiana Flemings - Jr. / Ursuline Academy

Jill Fontenot - Sr. / Jennings

Aubrey Hoyt - So. / Albany

Kaylen Jack - Sr. / Madison Prep (Unsigned)


Ramiah Augurson showed why we have her ranked as the top freshmen in the state of Louisiana on the big stage! The 6'0 guard played both inside and out but as her guard skills continue to improve it's going to be SCARY how good she can become. Ramiah Augerson should be a household name in girls basketball despite only being a freshmen she brought out that "wow" factor a few times in both the semifinal and state championship game. Stay hungry and continue to work hard Ramiah and the sky is the limit for your game!


Photo by: Michael Odendahl / CoachO GameDay Graphix



A'yiana Flemings played her first full season of varsity basketball this year and she was dominate all year long averaging 18.5 points and 15 rebounds all the while being double and even triple teamed at times. The junior showcases good hands and great footwork from the post position as she's claimed her spot as one of the top back to the basket bigs in the state regardless of classification.


Photo by: Ursuline Academy


Aubrey Hoyt is the definition of toughness as the 5'10 forward plays with a physicality that is tough to match. We saw this first hand earlier in the year at the Fab 50 where she dominated and won "Queen of the Paint" award (A battle of one on one with all the bigs). She sets the tone on both ends of the floor and her teammates follow her lead as the Lady Hornets all play extremely hard. Hoyt is only a sophomore but she got the better end of most her matchups this season inside by out working her opponent. Keep an eye Aubrey Hoyt and this Albany team as they had no seniors this year.



Photo by: Renee Glascock | The News



Kaylen Jack is the definition of a hooper! She has earned this 2nd team all state honor through a lot of hard work and dedication to getting better year after year. She's been the one-two punch with her teammate Washington at Madison Prep for years now and they have been a big factor in the recent success the program has seen. Her offensive skill set is fun to watch along with her smooth pull up jumper! The unsigned senior is still open while she does have a few offers on the table its not to late to get in contact with one of the top unsigned guards in the state.


Photo by: Michael Odendahl / CoachO GameDay Graphix



Jill Fontenot is a big guard who is more known for her scoring but I was really impressed this summer with her ability to guard whatever position her team needed her to guard which earned a lot of respect in my book. She can of course stretch the floor with 3pt range or score off the bounce scoring 20 plus points on any night... but being the "glue" guy on a team full of stars really stood out to me and shows a lot about her basketball I.Q. on both sides of the ball and willing to do whatever the team needs of her to win basketballs games. Hats off to a great career Jill.


Photo by: Brandon A. Williams / KPLC News


Honorable Mention (Alphabetical Order)


Laila Clark - So. / Brusly

Jordan Harris - Sr. / Baker (Unsigned)

Danai Lewis - So. / De La Salle

Ja'nae Southall - Jr. / Donaldsonville

Cierra Taylor - Sr. / Mansfield (Unsigned)


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Laila Clark - So. / Brusly

Photo by: Jordan Arceneaux / The West Side Journal



Jordan Harris - Sr. / Baker (Unsigned)



Danai Lewis - So. / De La Salle


Ja'nae Southall - Jr. / Donaldsonville


Cierra Taylor - Sr. / Mansfield (Unsigned)

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