All-baltimore County

March 22, 2006



Marah Strickland

Towson Catholic

The 6-foot junior guard led the Owls to their best season in 21 years with her immense talent and impressive perimeter game.

She averaged 23.2 points and hit 40.2 percent of her three-pointers. Strickland was named the Most Valuable Player in the local division of the Case Three-Point Play Tournament at Georgetown in December. She also averaged six rebounds, five assists and three steals.

COACH of the year

DeToiya McAliley

Milford Mill

Last year's All-Metro Coach of the Year did perhaps an even better job in her second season with the Millers. She certainly faced a different challenge after graduating every starter from last year's state Class 3A state title team.

McAliley rebuilt with former role players, talented transfers and a freshman point guard. She brought the Millers together and they peaked at the right time, going all the way to the Class 2A state final.

First team

Name School Class Pos.

Peju Awodipe New Town Jun ior Guard

Becky Cox McDonogh Soph. Guard

Mariame Djouara St. Timo thy's Senior Guard

Brittany Mallory McDonogh Junior Guard

Marah Strickland Towson Cath. Junior Guard

Grace Carmen NDP Senior Forward

Tracy Johns Towson Cath. Junior Forward

John'a Poole Eastern Tech Senior Forward

Second Team

Name School Class Pos.

Tyra Breaux New Town Junior Guard

Sally Grace Mt. de Sales Senior Guard

Candice Walker Towson Cath. Senior Guard

Brittne Gowdy Milford Mill Junior Forward

Kylie Hall Lan sdowne Senior Forward

Brittany James Milford Mill Senior Forward

Janay Johnson Cat onsville Senior Forward

Kim Carr Woodlawn Senior Center

Note -- Teams selected by Kather ine Dunn after consultation with The Sun staff and area coaches.

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