Help us choose the best of the best in the latest Idaho Statesman girls basketball player of the week contest.
Polls close at noon Wednesday. Read about all the candidates and their accomplishments below.
You can vote multiple times. This is meant to be a fun way to show support for athletes. This is not meant to be scientific.
Nominations are submitted by area coaches or taken from stats reported to the Idaho Statesman.
Kaity Haan, Boise: Contributed 15 points, eight rebounds and three steals as the Brave won the 5A District Three Tournament with a 50-31 victory over Rocky Mountain.
Jordyn Carnell, Bishop Kelly: Scored 12 points in the Knights’ 4A District Three Tournament semifinal win over Emmett and then had a team-leading 15 points with two steals on the way to a 57-32 victory over Columbia in the championship game.
Trinity Holsinger, Cole Valley Christian: Had a team-leading 19 points to help the Chargers defeat Melba 50-47 for their second straight 2A District Three Tournament championship.
Ashten Moore, Rimrock: Collected 12 points, nine rebounds and three steals as the Raiders defeated Liberty Charter 33-30 in the 1A Division I District Three Tournament championship game.
Rylie Calkins, Parma: Helped the Panthers defeat Fruitland 39-37 with 12 points, eight rebounds, six blocks and four steals in the 3A District Three Tournament championship game.
Rhianna Iveson, Council: Dropped 31 points with four rebounds and two steals in the Lumberjacks’ 61-41 victory over Tri-Valley in the 1A Division II District Three Tournament championship game.
Anna DaBell, Rocky Mountain: Helped the Grizzlies earn a runner-up finish at the 5A District Three Tournament with a team-best 10 points and four rebounds in the championship game.
Ellie Robertson, Columbia: Had 14 points, four rebounds and four assists in the Wildcats’ district semifinal win over Ridgevue, and then added 11 points, four rebounds and one steal in a 57-32 loss to Bishop Kelly in the title game.
Briyer Howell, Fruitland: Notched a double-double of 12 points and 14 rebounds as the Grizzlies earned a state berth with a runner-up finish in the 3A District Three Tournament.
Brooklyn Dayley, Melba: Racked up 25 points, five assists and three steals as the Mustangs earned a state berth with a runner-up finish at the 2A District Three Tournament.
Kendall Rynearson, Weiser: Averaged 14.5 points, five rebounds and four steals in two 3A District Three Tournament games, including sinking six 3-pointers against McCall-Donnelly.