LGR's 4A 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 4A classification brought a lot of great storylines with a state championship with two first year head coaches to several of these young ladies listed below dealing with many issues off the court such as not having a gym the entire season. Hats off to all the young ladies listed below they got the job done on the court despite all the challenges off the court which speaks volumes about their character!
MVP - Jamia "Mini" Singleton - Jr. / A.J. Ellender
Jamia "Mini" Singleton goes by the nickname "Mini" but she came up BIG this season as she lead the Ellender Lady Patriots to a state championship! She has been consistent all season long and honestly once her team gained the lead it was near impossible for teams to get the ball out of her hands late without double or even triple teaming her. The 5'1 guard made it known this year you can measure a lot but you can't measure someones heart!
Photo by: Michael Odendahl / CoachO GameDay Graphix
1st Team 4a All State (Alphabetical Order)
Makayla Charles - Fr. / Vandebilt Catholic
Kalea Dean - Sr. / Huntington (Unsigned)
AC Froehlich - Jr. / St. Thomas More
Imani Rothschild - Sr. / Warren Easton / Louisiana Lafayette Signee
Jada Washington - Sr. / Ben Franklin (Unsigned)
Makayla Charles jumped on the scene as a freshmen and had one of the best seasons as anyone across the entire state regardless of classification. She'll be a huge stock riser in the rankings and if it wasn't for a late injury in the playoffs her team could have been fighting for a state championship. This freshmen and her Vandebilt teammates are certainly a team to watch in the near future! Mark it down and remember the name...
Photo by: Chris Singleton (Houma Today)
Kalea Dean is one of the top unsigned seniors in the state and she showcased that in the