The All South Bay Team selections are dedicated to the girls that we see working hard and showing consistency throughout the season. We gather information and votes from coaches around the South Bay and compile a list of the top players from around the county. We take time to see players perform live and follow their teams and stats. We try to see as many players as possible. Below is a list of players selected for the All South Bay team and awards.

Isabella Fidelino Sr. – Olympian

She had a solid senior year. She was a scoring threat and did a lot of the dirty work for the Eagles. She led her team in rebounds, steals and assist. She played hard and was a huge part of the Eagles success over her 4 year career. She led the South in assist with 135.

Lynette Garon Jr. – Otay Ranch

The junior guard led her team in points, steals and assist. She is one of the top defenders in the county. She works hard to get her teammates involved. She started the season on fire scoring 20 plus points in 3 of her first 6 games. She was one of the assist leaders in the county with a total of 129 assist behind the South Bay assist leader Fidelino’s 135.

Frida Caballero Class of 2020 Chula Vista High School
Lynette Garon Otay Ranch Mustangs Class of 2020

Chloe Webb Sr. – Mater Dei

Chloe was a nightmare for the opposing teams. She lead the South Bay in scoring netting 482 points on the season through 26 games. She also averaged close to 10 rebounds per game grabbing 242 rebounds. The UC Irvine commit had a stellar 4 year career at Mater Dei. She led the county in quite a few of the statistical categories. Her best game was her 43 point, 9 rebound and 4 assist performance against a very talented Christian team. She helped her team take wins over Bishop’s and a 71-58 win over Bonita Vista splitting the league title. She also dropped 25 points on Rolling Hills Preps. She will be fun to watch at the next level.

Julia Cosalan So. – Bonita Vista

The Sophomore guard was 3rd in the South Bay in scoring only trailing Chloe Webb & Frida Caballero. She averaged 15 points per game while playing one of the toughest schedules in the county. As the the only sophomore on the list she finished with 405 total points. She started the season with a 20 point performance against Christian and scored 23 against Desert Oasis (rank #3 in the state of Nevada) and a 16 point game against the #6 nationally ranked Centennial Las Vegas.

Montserrat Guzman Sr. – Hilltop

Guzman was one of the toughest players on the court. She helped Hilltop win the league title and mad a nice run into the playoffs. She put up a season high 29 points in a loss vs Grossmont and scored 15 against a solid Morse team. With her help Hilltop was able to split their league title with Chula which was enough to land her on the 1st team.

Laryssa Kure Sr. – Bonita Vista

Laryssa is one of the most improved player in the South Bay. During her career she won 2 league titles and a CIF Championship. Not bad for the La Verne commit. She notched 22 points both times she played Mater Dei this season. She scored 23 points and 5 rebounds against a powerhouse Liberty from Nevada. She is another player to watch at the next level.

Anneth Grijalba Sr. – Bonita Vista

Bonita Vista had a talented group of players, one being Sr. guard Anneth Grijalba. She is the only player in the discussion with Chloe Webb for player of the year. She averaged a double double in the La Jolla Country Day Sweet Sixteen going for 16 pts and 10 rebounds vs IMG Academy. She had 8 double doubles on the season. Her best game was her triple double against Mater Dei when she scored 25 points to go with 16 rebounds and 11 assist, not to mention she added 5 blocks and 4 steals in Bonita Vista’s 81-51 triumph over the Crusaders. The undecided guard will be a player to watch at the next level.

Frida Caballero Jr. – Chula Vista

The junior guard from Chula Vista is 2nd in scoring in the South Bay behind C. Webb. Averaging 15 points, she helped carry the Spartans to the final four nearly missing a shot at the ship. She scored a season high 28 against RBV going 41% from the field. She helped her team to a 22 win season going 11-1 in league splitting the league title. She played in cross league games against Otay Ranch and Olympian scoring 11 and 12. She will be a player to look out for next season.

Jaya Little 2021 Hilltop High School
Abby Illusorio Clsass of 2021 Mater Dei

Considering the lady Barons lost the nations leading scorer in Shyla Latone many didn’t know how their season would go. Coach Lamb led the Barons to their 2nd straight league title and took the girls to the open division playoffs. The Barons played a strong schedule and finished at the top of the South Bay and a top 10 team in the county.

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