Mar 25, 2013 9:58 PM by Bill Halter
The CIF-Southern Section honored five boys and four girls basketball players in its All-Division teams. The ten players who received the most votes in each Division made the team with the top vote getter earning the most valuable player award.
In Division 2A for the boys, Arroyo Grande's Matt Willkomm and Righetti's Cam Walker made the team. Willkomm, a senior guard, led the Eagles to the CIF-SS semifinals. As a sophomore, the 6'6" Walker led the Warriors to a Pac-7 co-championship with Atascadero.
In Dvision 3AA, Atascadero's Robbie Berwick was selected. The junior guard helped the Greyhounds recover from a slow start by winning 19 of 22 games before losing to Leuzinger in the CIF-SS quarterfinals.
St. Joseph senior Case Bruton was selected in Division 4A. Bruton averaged 21.1 points and 5.7 rebounds per game for the 23-9 Knights.
Mission Prep senior Andy Rowley was chosen in Division 5AA. Rowley helped the Royals advance to the CIF-SS championship game. Mission Prep went 8-0 against Central Coast teams and finished 24-9 overall.
In girls basketball, San Luis Obispo junior Jessica Judge made the Division 3A team. Judge averaged 10.7 points, 7.1 rebounds and 2 blocks per game as the Tigers made the CIF-SS semifinals.
St. Joseph senior Tatiana Dunlap was selected in Division 4A. Dunlap scored 23.7 points per game while grabbing 9.2 rebounds. The Knights went 19-9, losing in the CIF-SS semifinals.
In Division 6, two Valley Christian Academy players made the team. Sophomore Simone Swain and senior Kari Humann were selected. Swain averaged 15.2 points and 10.1 rebounds. Humann averaged 9.3 points and 2.7 steals. The Lions went 22-3, losing in the CIF-SS semifinals.
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