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Check out which high school girls basketball players from DFW made TABC All-Region

Argyle girls basketball player Rhyle McKinney

Argyle girls basketball star Rhyle McKinney talks about dealing with being born with a cleft palate, and living her life mostly deaf.
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Argyle girls basketball star Rhyle McKinney talks about dealing with being born with a cleft palate, and living her life mostly deaf.

CLASS 6A

REGION 1

Sarah Andrews, MacArthur

Kendall Brown, DeSoto

Myra Gordon, LD Bell

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Myra Gordon (15) takes a shot against Trophy Club Nelson. Stephen English senglish@star-telegram.com

Taylor Hutchins, Cedar Hill

Jazion Jackson, Dallas Skyline

Kiara Jackson, South Grand Prairie

Mele Kailahi, Timber Creek

Deja Kelly, Duncanville

Tommisha Lampkin, Summit

Kendall MacGruder, South Grand Prairie

DaJinae McCarty, Cedar Hill

MaLay McQueen, Arlington Bowie

Kyjai Miles, Dallas Skyline

Amina Muhammah, DeSoto

Bria Patterson, DeSoto

Simara Peyton, Richland

Mariah Roberts, Arlington Martin

Tommisha Lampkin
Mansfield Summit post Tommisha Lampkin shoots over Grapevine’s Kate Dickson in the first half in the Mansfield Spring Creek high school basketball tournament in 2017. Brad Loper Special to the Star-Telegram

REGION 2

N’yah Boyd, Mesquite Horn

Avery Crouse, Sachse

Nyah Green, Allen

Tyler Jackson, Allen

Jordan Mathis, Rockwall

Jordyn Meritt, Plano

Ngozi Obineke, Rowlett

Jordyn Oliver, Prosper

Jaden Owens, Plano West

Adhel Tac, Sachse

CLASS 5A

REGION 1

Elizabeth Allanach, Aledo

Kertisa Amos, Burleson Centennial

Avery Brittingham, Crowley

N’Denasija Collins, Timberview

Laylah Davis, Boswell

Iyana Dorsey, Birdville

Destiny Jackson, Timberview

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Timberview’s Destiny Jackson at the free-throw line vs. Boswell in a regional quarterfinal game, Monday Feb. 18, 2019 from Aledo HS. Timberview won 68-46. Jackson scored 18 points. Matthew Smith Courtesy

Tamia Jones, The Colony

Keslyn King, Legacy

Jewel Spear, The Colony

Harmoni Turner, Legacy

Kennedy Wilson, Timberview

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Mansfield Legacy Harmoni Turner scored a career-high 42 points vs. Granbury in a district girls basketball game, Tuesday Jan. 8, 2019. Brian Gosset bgosset@star-telegram.com

REGION 2

Maci Bookout, Royse City

Amaya Briggs, Mesquite Poteet

Akasha Davis, Wylie East

Breanna Davis, Red Oak

Mia Deck, Lone Star

Jordan Hammons, North Forney

Maggie Hutka, Royse City

Emani Jenkins, South Oak Cliff

Kelsy Kurak, Frisco Liberty

Jasmine Lott, Frisco Memorial

Kierra Middleton, Midlothian

Zya Nugent, Denison

Mary Nyakundi, Wylie East

Ella Patterson, Highland Park

Tahjaynay Perry, Mesquite Poteet

Adrianna Quezada, Lone Star

Tyquanna Ross, Ennis

Randi Thompson, Frisco Liberty

CLASS 4A

REGION 1

Brooklyn Carl, Argyle

Victoria Hamilton, Krum

Hailey Ibarra, Glen Rose

Ashley Ingram, Bridgeport

Grace Lowery, Decatur

Rhyle McKinney, Argyle

Emily Vidal, Bridgeport

REGION 2

Alex Bowman, Crandall

Alexis Brown, Dallas Lincoln

Sally Clemmons, Melissa

Kalyne Daniels, Kennedale

Kamari Forest, Faith Family

Ashanti Hunter, Benbrook

Chloe Malone, Sanger

Daniela Marcor, Sunnyvale

Kaia Saylor, Aubrey

Takoya Stallings, Sunnyvale

Diamond Sweats, Dallas Lincoln

Alena Wilson, Dallas Lincoln

Zoe Young, Lake Worth

REGION 3

Jasmine Bailey, Midlothian Heritage

Brooke Habeck, Venus

Peyton Willey, Venus

Blythe Williams, Midlothian Heritage

CLASS 3A

REGION 1

Jessica Leek, Brock

Baylee Thompson, Jacksboro

REGION 2

Kelley Akins, Ponder

Ally Harvey, Howe

Tabitha Parker, Edgewood

Katy Pool, Edgewood

Gabby Smith, Bells

Maegan Thomas, Van Alstyne

Hadley Williams, Pottsboro

Kaia Williams, Ponder

REGION 3

Missie Kilo, Keene

Grace Stephens, Keene

CLASS 2A

REGION 2

Annie Anderle, Muenster

Karlye Casee, Lindsay

Kaitlin Hennigan, Muenster

CLASS 1A

REGION 3

Taylor Clark, Lipan

Bailey Meyer, Slidell

Madison Moudy, Lipan

Maggie Peacock, Lipan

Cate Zuniga, Slidell

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Born and raised in Hawaii, Brian Gosset graduated from Northern Arizona University with a degree in journalism before coming to Texas in 2014. He’s covered high school sports — yes, pretty much every high school sport — for the Star-Telegram ever since.

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