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Santa Barbara’s Alondra Jimenez Named Co-MVP for Channel League Girls Basketball

Alondra Jimenez led Santa Barbara in scoring and assists.
Alondra Jimenez led Santa Barbara in scoring and assists. (Noozhawk file photo)

Playmaking senior guard Alondra Jimenez, who led Santa Barbara High to a share of the Channel League girls basketball title, was named the league's co-MVP along with Ventura's Kenya Henderson.

The Dons and Cougars tied for the league title with 7-1 records.

Jimenez ran the offense for Santa Barbara. She averaged 15.3 points, 5.6 assists and 4.1 rebounds per game, and shot 40 percent on three-pointers.

Jimenez will continue her basketball career at Vanguard University, a NAIA school in Costa Mesa.

Santa Barbara senior and Georgetown-bound Cassandra Gordon was named to the all-league first team.

San Marcos senior Milan McGary also earned first-team honors.

Santa Barbara's Andrew Butcher and Ventura's Anne Larson shared coach-of-the-year honors.



Alondra Jimenez, Santa Barbara, 12

Kenya Henderson, Ventura, 12


Andrew Butcher, Santa Barbara; Anne Larson, Ventura


Cassandra Gordon, Santa Barbara, 12

Jelly Orozco, Buena, 12

Kayden Mew, Buena, 10

Milan McGary, San Marcos, 12

Jazmin Carrasco, Ventura, 12

Emma Larson, Ventura, 12


Sierra Cavaletto, Dos Pueblos, 12

Taylor Hantgin ,San Marcos, 11

Athena Saragoza, Santa Barbara, 9

Anais Jimenez, Santa Barbara, 12

Kristen Sullivan, Santa Barbara, 12

Sammie Henley, Ventura, 10

Lailah Teasdale, Buena, 12

Gianna Falcocchia, Buena, 10


Dos Pueblos: Emily Guzman, 12; Mikayla Butzke, 10.

San Marcos: Ashley Day, 10; Jackie Hernandez, 12.

Santa Barbara: Mireya Gil, 10.

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