Results for Best Girls Basketball Program 2015

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Total Votes: 14,769

Clovis

Clovis, NM

Clovis had a magical run during the 2004-05 season, when it earned the 5A state championship after compiling a 30-0 record. That team was led by Brittany Blackmon, but another star has emerged for Clovis in recent years. Danni Williams, the...

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Total Votes: 5,893

Duncanville

Duncanville, TX

Like winning streaks? Then you'll like Duncanville. The Pantherettes had a 105-game streak snapped in last season's 5A state championship game. And that streak wasn't even the best in school history: Duncanville had a string of 134 wins end...

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Total Votes: 3,777

Fairview

Grant, LA

The Panthers have won a Louisiana-record eight straight Class B state titles and nine in the past 10 years. No other girls basketball program has won more than five in a row. Kyle Jinks, who is in his 18th year as the coach, has led the Pan...

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Total Votes: 50,283

Friendship Capitol

Baton Rouge, LA

Alvin Stewart, who is in his 28th season at Capitol, coached the boys and girls teams simultaneously for about a decade, helping produce WNBA player Seimone Augustus and NBA player Brandon Bass. As a high school freshman, Augustus was on th...

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Total Votes: 65

Seton Catholic

Chandler, AZ

The Sentinels have won state championships in four of the past five seasons and have seven titles overall. They've won their region or section every year except one since 1995. Last year's team featured the state's Gatorade Player of the Ye...

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Total Votes: 22

Springville

Springville, UT

After a seven-game losing streak, it looked like Springville’s reign was down the tubes last year. But the Red Devils quickly bounced back and did what they do often — dominate Class 4A. Springville went 12-1 down the stretch, claiming ...

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Total Votes: 12,940

ThunderRidge

Highlands Ranch, CO

ThunderRidge won three straight titles from 2003 to 2005 and always is a top contender. Abby Waner (All-American at Duke) and Emily Waner (Duke) were valuable products, and Carlie Needles is now flourishing as a redshirt junior at Florida. ...