Following the conclusion of the 2013 Ohio High School Athletic Association girls basketball state tournament on Saturday, the Associated Press named an all-tournament team for each division.
The twin towers from Kettering Fairmont, Makayla Waterman and Kathryn Westbeld, share The Associated Press most outstanding award on the Division I all-tournament team.
Waterman had 24 points and 11 rebounds in a stunning 52-48 victory over two-time defending champion Twinsburg in Saturday's final. Westbeld had double-doubles in both the semifinals and finals, combining for 24 points and 23 rebounds.
Joining them on the all-tournament team were Associated Press Ms. Basketball Ashley Morrissette of Twinsburg (47 points in two games); Lewis Center Olentangy's Mya Walker (20 points in a semifinal loss); and Jayda Worthy of Toledo Notre Dame (15 points in a semifinal loss).
Shaker Heights Hathaway Brown's Nia Marshall, who set a division championship game record with 18 rebounds to go with her 17 points, is the most outstanding player on the Associated Press Division II all-tournament team.
Marshall led the way as the Blazers won a record fifth consecutive state championship.
She totaled 31 points and 27 rebounds in the two games.
The senior was joined on the team by teammates Vanessa Smith (21 points in the semifinals and title game) and Stephanie Solano (20 points); Millersburg West Holmes' Laina Snyder (34 points, 25 rebounds in two games); and Clyde's Amanda Cahill (16 points, 9 rebounds in a semifinal loss).
Cayla Bensman, who led Anna to its third state championship on Saturday, is the most outstanding player on the 2013 Associated Press Division III all-tournament team.
Bensman totaled 47 points, 16 rebounds and nine assists in her team's two victories and had 21 points, eight rebounds and four assists in a 67-49 victory over Columbus Africentric in Saturday's title game, a rematch from a year ago that was won by Africentric.
Joining Bensman on the team are teammate Natalie Billing (46 points, 19 rebounds in two games), Columbus Africentric's Marley Hill (30 points, 25 rebounds in two games), Orrville's Hannah Plybon (28 points, 11 rebounds in a semifinal loss to Anna) and Beverly Fort Frye's Deidra Combs (12 points, 9 rebounds in a semifinal loss to Africentric).
Darian Rose, who led Fort Loramie to the school's first state championship in its seventh trip to the final four, is the most outstanding player on The Associated Press Division IV all-tournament team.
Rose had almost identical numbers in each game at Value City Arena, hitting 5 of 13 shots from the field with 5 assists and 5 rebounds in each. She totaled 40 points, including 19 in the 57-42 win over Berlin Hiland in Saturday's championship.
Joining her are teammate Jessica Boerger (10 points and 11 rebounds in the title game); Hiland's Regina Hochstetler (47 points, 13 rebounds in two games); Reedsville Eastern's Jenna Burdette (20 points, 11 rebounds in a semifinal loss); and Ottoville's Rachel Beining (18 points, 13 rebounds in a semifinal loss).
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