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Ciara Rosten

Maryvale: 6-1 senior center

PPG: 22.0 Reb: 16.0 Blocks: 4.0

Has signed with the University of Massachusetts. She single-handedly took Maryvale to places it had never been before. She led the Flyers to Class A-2 title game, the program’s first appearance in a sectional final. In that 10-point loss to East Aurora, Rosten had 26 points and 20 rebounds. Rosten, who played her first two varsity seasons at St. Mary’s, ends her career with 1,574 points with 1,292 rebounds. She holds the school record for most points (42) and rebounds (25) in a game. “A lot of teams put all five players in paint, just play a packed zone with no one leaving the elbows or the blocks,” said Timn Klimtzak. “We tried to move her around as much as possible or even handle the ball.”

Chrisanna Green

Jamestown: 5-8 junior guard

PPG: 20.9 Reb: 12.0 Steals: 2.0

Led the Red Raiders to the Section VI Class AA and ECIC I titles. Had 29 points vs. Williamsville North in Class AA title game. Was named tournament MVP at both the IAABO and United Way tournaments. Also had 29 in a game against Orchard Park. Scored in double figures in every game this season, with 16 double-doubles. “She was really consistent for us … you could kind of rely on those 20 and 10 numbers every game,” coach Tim Anderson said. “She uses her athleticism and speed, and this offseason we’re looking to work on her ball handling and shooting. She’ll be getting some looks at the next level.”

Keyonte Edwards

O’Hara: 5-7 senior forward

PPG: 15.0 Reb: 9.2 Steals: 4.6

Two-time first-team pick was co-MVP of the Monsignor Martin Association with teammate Jontay Walton. Ends her four-year career with 1,146 points, including 451 this year. MVP of Class A Federation of Champions Tournament after double-doubles in the semifinal against Pittsford Sutherland and final against Martin Luther King. In the state Catholic final she had 15 points and 20 rebounds against Kellenberg. Had 22 points in a win over defending MMA playoff champion Sacred Heart. Can play guard or forward. “She’s a slasher type, very strong on the dribble and a very good finisher against taller opponents in traffic,” coach Dan McDermott said. Will continue her career at Buffalo State.

Mckenna Maycock

Randolph 5-9 junior guard

PPG: 30.8 Steals 4.8 Assists: 5.3

Led WNY in scoring with 646 points. Early commit to St. Bonaventure, was named her league’s MVP for the third year in a row. Moves up from the second team last year. Fought off constant double and triple teams. All-tournament at IAABO. Led Cardinals to 18-3 record and CCAA East 1 title. Has 2,315 career points, leaving her 12 points shy of breaking her sister’s school record and 213 points away from becoming the career scoring leader in WNY. Led team in rebounding with 10.4. Also has 1,005 career rebounds.

Sarah Saba

Lancaster: 6-0 senior forward

PPG: 19.0 Reb: 10.0 Assists: 2.5

ECIC I Player of the Year has signed with NCAA Division II Daemen College. Saba was called upon heavily on both ends of the floor and she delivered. She fought off double- and triple-teams all season to score 359 points and grab 224 rebounds. Holds the school record for most points in a career with 1,176. She had a 30-point game against Orchard Park in the sectional prequarterfinals and 26 against Niagara Falls in the semis.

Sarah Saba of Lancaster was unavailable for the first-team photo shoot.