Editor’s note: The Deseret News picks the MVPs, but the remainder of the all-state teams are based on coaches' votes. Here’s a more in-depth look at all of the first-, second- and third-teamers, including a scouting report comment from an opposing coach.

Megan Jensen , Emery

3A MVP
Sr., 6-2, Center
2018-2019 statistics
16.4 points per game 6.4 rebounds per game, 1.8 steals per game
Season high
39 points at San Juan on Feb. 7
Opposing coach scouting report
“What makes Megan Jensen so tough as a center is her skill set — she is a true triple threat player with the ability to dribble, pass and shoot. It doesn’t matter if you force Megan left, right, or if you double team her, she will make good decisions with the ball whether it is looking to score, looking to drive to the rim, or passing the ball off to teammates. Probably, though, the one trait that I admire most about Megan Jensen’s game is her humility. As good of a player as she is and as good of a team as she played on, she didn’t ever rub those ideas in your face as an opponent. In fact, the game never seemed to be about her but about her team. It was that humble and unselfish attitude that made her a great player and her team so effective.”
Past all-state honors
2018 — 3A MVP
2017 — 2A First Team

Kacelyn Toomer, Emery

3A First Team
Sr., 5-10, Guard/Forward
2018-2019 statistics
13.6 points per game
5.0 rebounds per game
2.7 assists per game
1.9 steals per game
Season high
23 points vs. Richfield on Jan. 23
Opposing coach scouting report
“Kacelyn has caused many headaches for coaches for several years now. It will be nice to follow her collegiate career instead of trying to prepare to play against her. She does everything. Offensively she has all the tools that are needed to be great. She is a tremendous shooter from the 3-point line, she can attack the basket off the dribble, she finishes well, and when fouled, she makes her free throws. She is just as valuable on defense. She anticipates well and always seems to have her hands in the passing lanes, deflecting passes, and turning those deflections into points on the other end. More than anything, Kacelyn just plays hard and loves to compete.”
Past all-state honors
2018 — 3A First Team
2017 — 2A Third Team

Alexa Lord, Richfield

3A First Team
Sr., 5-9, Guard
2018-2019 statistics
17.1 points per game
3.9 rebounds per game
1.0 steals per game
Season high
34 points vs. San Juan on Feb. 2
Opposing coach scouting report
“Alexa is definitely a leader on the floor. As an opposing coach, she is difficult to prepare for. She is a player that can shoot the three. If you try and take her shooting strength away, she will blow by the defense and drive to the rim where she finishes strong. She is a leader on the floor and the other girls feed off her energy. Going into the game, you know she is going to have a huge impact on the outcome. As an opposing team, our goal was to contain her and somehow slow her down. Alexa is a great competitor.”

Kinlee Toomer, Emery

3A First Team
Sr., 5-9, Guard
2018-2019 statistics
12.3 points per game
5.0 points per game
3.2 assists per game
2.9 steals per game
Season high
24 points vs. Grand on Feb. 5
Opposing coach scouting report
“One of the hard things about playing Emery was the Toomer twins! We seriously had to remind ourselves of their numbers so that we could tell them apart. Kinlee was solid on offense. On most other teams she could be the main scorer. However, Kinlee seemed to thrive off getting others involved. She was the leader on their team in assists and always seemed to be making the perfect pass to teammates. I really thought she had a huge effect on her team defensively. Leading her team in steals Kinlee was always in the right place to make a deflection or get the steal. After the steal she got the ball down the floor so fast that most teams didn't have a chance of stopping the fast break. She played a big part in the glue that kept that great team together and playing great every night.”
Past all-state honors
2018 — 3A Second Team
2017 — 2A Second Team

Kenzie Jones, South Sevier

3A First Team
Sr., 5-9, Guard
2018-2019 statistics
16.2 points per game
4.9 rebounds per game
2.0 assists per game
2.4 steals per game
Season high
29 points vs. San Juan on Feb. 1
Opposing coach scouting report
“Kenzie always impresses me when I see her play. She is an extension of a coach on the floor, always leading and encouraging her team. Offensively she is very smart, a great shooter and has the ability to get to the hoop and finish. She is unselfish almost to a fault! Defensively she is just as valuable, often being the one to turn a steal into an easy layup on the other end. Aside from being a great basketball player, Kenzie exemplifies what it is to be a great person. She conducts herself in such a way that should make her school very proud of her. It’s hard to believe that she is just a junior. Watch out for her senior year.”
Past all-state honors
2018 — 3A Third Team

Madison Fields, Grantsville

3A First Team
Sr., 5-10, Forward
2018-2019 statistics
13.4 points per game
6.3 rebounds per game
2.9 assists per game
Season high
29 points at Summit Academy on Feb. 7
Opposing coach scouting report
“Madison is a difficult player to prepare for because she does so many things well and has a high basketball IQ. She has developed a great offensive game. She can score with her back to the basket in the post as well as knock down the mid-range jumper. If you allow her any space to get her shot off from 10-15 feet the ball found the bottom of the net more times than not. She is an excellent passer. One of her many strengths is penetrating towards the rim until the defense stepped over to help and then making the perfect bounce pass setting a teammate up for an easy bucket. She is strong which makes her a good defender on the opposing post players. Madison has a great work ethic and never took any plays off, because of this she should excel at the next level.”
Past all-state honors
2018 — 3A Honorable Mention

Teya Sidberry, Judge Memorial

3A First Team
Fr., 5-11, Forward
2018-2019 statistics
21.9 points per game
11.6 rebounds per game
Season high
32 points vs. Juab on Feb. 21
Opposing coach scouting report
“Teya is a special player with a ton of natural basketball abilities. Her understanding of reading the ball off the rim and knack for finishing in the lane is something that is hard to teach. She has the ability to take over games and keep her team in games seemingly on her own.”

Jodi Noyes, Carbon

3A Second Team
Sr., 6-0, Forward
2018-2019 statistics
12.6 points per game
8.0 rebounds per game
2.2 blocks per game
Season high
25 points vs. Grand on Nov. 30
Opposing coach scouting report
“Jodi is the building block on both ends of the floor for Carbon. Offensively she can post you up, stretch you out to 15 feet, or put the ball on the floor and she gets to the rim. You better be willing to send help or she will have a 20-10-plus type of night. Defensively she controls the paint by challenging shots off of the drive, straight up she can guard anyone and she is a great rebounder.”
Past all-state honors
2018 — 3A Honorable Mention

Jarica Steck, Richfield

3A Second Team
Jr., 5-10, Guard
2018-2019 statistics
10.5 points per game
2.8 rebounds per game
1.2 assists per game
1.3 steals per game
Season high
18 points at North Sanpete on Jan. 15
Opposing coach scouting report
“Richfield has several options offensively, Jarica being one of those options. She has a great game that is tough to guard, in the sense that she has multiple facets to her game. She is a great shooter, if you give her space she can knock it down. If you run her off the line, she is able to penetrate and kick or create a shot for herself. Not only is she very capable on the offensive end, she plays great defense as well. Jarica plays with a quiet confidence that you can't teach and she will be around for another season to continue to improve.”

Bayli Heap, Juab

3A Second Team
Sr., 5-7, Guard
2018-2019 statistics
10.7 points per game
6.0 rebounds per game
4.0 steals per game
Season high
21 points at Union on Jan. 29
Opposing coach scouting report
“Bayli is a force to be reckoned with and respected. As an opposing coach, you have to plan for her as a playmaker, both offensively and defensively. Bayli understands how to get to the rim aggressively and take advantage of any opportunity. She utilizes her speed on defensive and makes you pay for mistakes. She is a competitive and tough athlete. She has had a very successful basketball career.”
Past all-state honors
2018 — 3A Honorable Mention

Ashlyn Morrell, Morgan

3A Second Team
Jr., 5-6, Guard
2018-2019 statistics
10.5 points per game
8.0 rebounds per game
1.9 assists per game
1.7 steals per game
Season high
20 points vs. Judge Memorial on Feb. 7
Opposing coach scouting report
“Ashlyn works extremely hard and must be accounted for on both sides of the floor. She seems to understand the game like a coaches kid usually does and that basketball IQ combined with her motor-like energy makes her a great rebounder and defender.”

Tori Ross, Union

3A Second Team
Sr., 5-5, Guard
2018-2019 statistics
12.7 points per game
Season high
22 points vs. Delta on Jan. 25
Opposing coach scouting report
“Tori is a great competitor and a big time shot maker. Anytime Union needed a 3 late she is the one they looked to and somehow she always got one off. Challenge the 3 over aggressively and she had the ability to get to the rim and finish or dish to a teammate for an easy lay-up. She is also a great foul shooter. As a defender she would always challenge you especially on ball and she would turn careless mistakes into lay-ups on the other end.”

Ashlee Edwards, Grantsville

3A Second Team
Jr., 5-9, Guard
2018-2019 statistics
10.8 points per game
5.2 rebounds per game
2.5 assists per game
4.0 steals per game
Season high
23 points vs. South Sevier on Feb. 21
Opposing coach scouting report
“Ashlee Edwards is the total package, she plays defense and uses her length to disrupt offenses, she handles the ball and is capable of driving the ball to the hoop with either hand, and she can shoot the ball effectively from the 3-point line. Ashlee is a player that makes a big difference by deflecting passes, stealing the ball, making shots and running Grantsville’s offense. As a point guard, she has the unusual combination of length and athleticism that allows her to be effective both inside and outside on both ends of the floor.”
Past all-state honors
2018 — 3A Third Team

Jordan Bianco, Carbon

3A Third Team
Jr., 5-6, Guard
2018-2019 statistics
9.7 points per game
3.9 assists per game
3.2 steals per game
Season high
26 points vs. Union on Jan. 8
Opposing coach scouting report
“Jordan Bianco is one of the most talented and hard-working players I've met. She has great composure and confidence to get the job done. She is lethal on the offensive end and defensive end which make Jordan very hard to prepare for. Jordan can shoot from anywhere on the floor, and break down any defensive pressure. You can just tell by her tough mentality, discipline and skills that she is in the gym everyday all day. And it's hard to beat a player that is willing to work harder than anyone out there on the floor. Incredible athlete, great all-around basketball player and I wish her the best in her upcoming senior year she will now doubt dominate.”
Past all-state honors
2018 — 3A Third Team

Reagan Anderson, Union

3A Third Team
Sr., 6-1, Forward
2018-2019 statistics
11.2 points per game
Season high
20 points vs. Emery on Dec. 4
Opposing coach scouting report
“Reagan has presented problems for every team that she has competed against in her career because of her style of play. She is a strong physical player who has the ability to not only get to the rim but can also hurt you from outside. She rebounds the ball very well and is more than able to make stops because of her great footwork on defense. It was a pleasure to coach against Reagan as we always knew we would have to give great effort to keep her from taking over the game. I wish her well in her future as I know she will have a great deal of success because of her competitive nature.”
Past all-state honors
2018 — 3A Third Team

Delaney Palmer, San Juan

3A Third Team
Jr., 5-10, Forward
2018-2019 statistics
14.6 points per game
Season high
26 points vs. Grand on Jan. 18
Opposing coach scouting report
“When we played against San Juan this season, we game planned to try and contain Delaney. Delaney is quite simply a physical competitor with an unrelenting desire to win. Delaney is quick and athletic and she uses that athleticism as a scorer, a rebounder and a defender. Offensively, Delaney has an outstanding mid-range game and is adept at taking the ball to the basket, but she can also hit the 3-point shot. Defensively, she has the height and the strength to defend post players but also the quickness and athleticism to slow down guards.”

Kaylie Jenson, South Sevier

3A Third Team
Sr., 5-9, F
2018-2019 statistics
11.9 points per game
5.4 rebounds per game
2.4 assists per game
1.5 steals per game
Season high
25 points at San Juan on Jan. 12
Opposing coach scouting report
“Kaylie is a player that can do it all. She can score, rebound and play aggressive defense. She can defend the post or guard a smaller player on the perimeter. She is versatile in that she can play many positions and play them well. She can score from anywhere on the floor including stepping back and knocking down the 3. Kaylie is definitely a huge asset to her team and a leader on the court.”

Hannah Butler, Grantsville

6A Third Team
Sr., 5-11, G
2018-2019 statistics
9.3 points per game
5.7 rebounds per game
3.0 assists per game
2.6 steals per game
Season high
17 points at Bear River on Nov. 27
Opposing coach scouting report
“Versatile player who can make things happen in the paint and on the perimeter. Takes great pride in rebounding and finds ways to give her team second-chance opportunities. Hannah is a fierce competitor and takes pride in her defense and rebounding. She will do whatever it takes to get her team the ‘W’. Hannah also brings strong leadership to the team and is the voice of her coach on the floor.”

Veda Gritts, Grand

6A Third Team
Sr., 6-1, C
2018-2019 statistics
13.5 points per game
13.4 rebounds per game
2.7 assists per game
Season high
25 points vs. San Juan on Feb. 8
Opposing coach scouting report
“Veda has done an excellent job leading her team for years. She has had the responsibility of playing many different roles. She is one of the best rebounders in the game and has developed her offensive game inside and out. One of her many strengths is being a good passer. Veda is very unselfish and was always trying to set her teammates up for the best possible shot. She became a great all-around player.”

Complete Team

3A MVP
Megan Jensen , Emery , Sr., 6-2, C — 16.4 ppg 6.4 rpg, 1.5, 1.8 spg
3A First Team
Kacelyn Toomer, Emery , Sr., 5-10, G/F — 13.6 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 2.7 apg, 1.9 spg
Alexa Lord, Richfield , Sr., 5-9, G — 17.1 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 1.0 spg
Kinlee Toomer, Emery, Sr., 5-9, G — 12.3 ppg, 5.0 ppg, 3.2 apg, 2.9 spg
Kenzie Jones, South Sevier, Sr., 5-9, G — 16.2 ppg, 4.9 rpg, 2.0 apg, 2.4 spg
Madison Fields, Grantsville, Sr., 5-10, F — 13.4 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 2.9 apg
Teya Sidberry, Judge Memorial , Fr., 5-11, F — 21.9 ppg, 11.6 rpg
3A Second Team
Jodi Noyes, Carbon, Sr., 6-0, F — 12.6 ppg, 8.0 rpg, 2.2 bpg
Jarica Steck, Richfield, Jr., 5-10, G — 10.5 ppg, 2.8 rpg, 1.2 apg, 1.3 spg
Bayli Heap, Juab, Sr., 5-7, G — 10.7 ppg, 6.0 rpg, 4.0 spg
Ashlyn Morrell, Morgan, Jr., 5-6, G — 10.5 ppg, 8.0 rpg, 1.9 apg, 1.7 spg
Tori Ross, Union, Sr., 5-5, G — 12.7 ppg
Ashlee Edwards, Grantsville, Jr., 5-9, G — 10.8 ppg, 5.2 rpg, 2.5 apg, 4.0 spg
3A Third Team
Jordan Bianco, Carbon, Jr., 5-6, G — 9.7 ppg, 3.9 apg, 3.2 spg
Reagan Anderson, Union, Sr., 6-1, F — 11.2 ppg
Delaney Palmer, San Juan, Jr., 5-10, F — 14.6 ppg
Kaylie Jenson, South Sevier, Sr., 5-9, F — 11.9 ppg, 5.4 rpg, 2.4 apg, 1.5 spg
Hannah Butler, Grantsville, Sr., 5-11, G — 9.3 ppg, 5.7 rpg, 3.0 apg, 2.6 spg
Veda Gritts, Grand, Sr., 6-1, C — 13.5 ppg, 13.4 rpg, 2.7 apg
3A Honorable Mention
Linzy Flinders, North Sanpete, Sr., 5-11, F
Abbie Saccomanno, Carbon, Jr., 5-6, G
Sydney Cragun, Morgan, Jr., 5-5, G
Bailey Huggard, Emery, Sr., 5-10, F
Hannah Owen, Grand, Sr., 5-8, F
Mattie Blackburn, South Sevier, Jr., 5-8, G
Megan Robins, Juab, Jr., 5-9, G
Maison White, Grantsville, So., 6-0, C
Passion Reitz, Richfield, Jr., 5-3, G
Abbey Storms, Judge Memorial , Jr., 5-5, G