LEXINGTON, Ky. — The 2017 Kentucky high school girls’ All-State basketball team, as selected by members of The Associated Press (with school and position):


(Tie) Lindsey Duvall, Bullitt East, G; Princess Stewart, Franklin County, G.


Lindsey Duvall, Bullitt East, G; Princess Stewart, Franklin County, G; Macey Turley, Murray, G; MacKenzie Coleman, Metcalfe County, C; Jada Stinson, Elizabethtown, G; Elli Bartley, Glasgow, G.


Blair Green, Harlan County, F; Hannah Langhi, Marshall County, C; Presley Chirico, Paintsville, SF; Alisha Owens, Henderson County, C; Ally Niece, Simon Kenton, G; Emma Johnson, Daviess County, F.


Kristen Mayo, East Carter, G; Lexi Held, Cooper, G; Lily Grimes, Breckinridge County, G; Seygan Robins, Mercer County, G; Tonysha Curry, Louisville DuPont Manual, G; Jordan Brock, Harlan, G; Ali May, Johnson Central, G; Emma Davis, Mercer County, F; Grace Berger, Louisville Sacred Heart, G; Kaylea Gross, Harlan County, C; Savannah Wheeler, Boyd County, G; Amerah Steele, South Laurel, G; Emilia Sexton, Louisville Male, G; Grace White, Grayson County, G; Jaelynn Penn, Louisville Butler, G; Jillian Enix, Pineville, F; Kaylee Mathis, Clay County, G; Maddie Waldrop, Murray, F; Reagan Turner, Monroe County, G; Alley Collett, South Laurel, G; Amaya Lasley, South Warren, G; Brooklyn Bryant, Lynn Camp, G; Ciaja Harbison, Louisville Male, G; Janiya Davis, Hopkinsville, F; Lex Mayes, Murray, G; Lyndi Qualls, Graves County, F; Madison Darnell, Russell, G; Maggie Jachimczuk, Russell, F; Rose Mary Jackson, Greenwood, G.


(Tie) Chris Souder, Mercer County; Rechelle Turner, Murray.

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