DSBA All-State basketball teams

2019 DSBA All-State basketball teams


Player of the Year: Nah’Shon Hyland


Fah’Mir Ali, Mount Pleasant

Elijah Allen, Dover

Eden Davis, Dover

Jyaire Davis, Sanford

Nah’Shon Hyland, St. Georges

Nnanna Njoku, Sanford


Mark Bradshaw, Glasgow

Shaft Clark, Caesar Rodney

Justin Money, St. Elizabeth

Brandon Sengphachanh, Caravel


Kaheim Kimbrough-Roach, Lake Forest

Michael McCants, St. Georges

Corey Perkins, Sanford

Jyheim Spencer, Dover

Darnell Vaughn, Salesianum


Jack Brown, Salesianum

Jamir Dantley, A.I. du Pont

Jah-Keish Demby, Christiana

Ese Efekodo, Appoqunimink

Kareem Ewell, Dickinson

Jamier Felton, Indian River

Perren Gyan, Newark Charter

Joey Hodges, Newark

Skylar Johnson, Sussex Tech

Jamon Kane, Woodbridge

Kevin Kesiter, Caravel

Eric Ludman, St. Mark’s

Hassan Perkins, Sanford

Nahshon Sylvester, Smyrna

Jaysem Vazquez, Lake Forest

NOTE: This was only the fifth time in the 70-year history of the DSBA All-State teams there was a tie to cause six players named to the first team. It most recently happened in 2000.


Player of the Year: Lauren Park, Sanford


Julie Kulesza, Conrad

Stefanie Kulesza, Conrad

Sasha Marvel, Caravel

Lauren Park, Sanford

Bernyah Ward-Mayo, St. Elizabeth


Ronnasia Blatch-Huggins, Howard

Kayla Braxton-Young, Hodgson

Abby Hearn, Cape Henlopen

Allie Kubek, Sanford

Olivia Tucker, Sanford


Cha’Kya Johnson, Woodbridge

Michelle Kozicki, Padua

Aniah Patterson, St. Thomas More

Janeira Scott, Woodbridge

Ja’Nylah Whittlesey, Conrad


Dania Cannon, Cape Henlopen

Karli Cauley, Caravel

Alyssa Faville, Conrad

Da-qira Lancaster-Navarro, Delcastle

Emma McCann, Archmere

Julie McCarron, St. Elizabeth

Zaria Newsome, Mount Pleasant

Samantha Pollick, Sanford

Jessica Simmons, St. Thomas More

Jayla Smith, Smyrna

Raeonna Stratton, Sussex Central

Amber Washington, St. Georges

Kay Wulah, Ursuline

Kendra Warren, Caravel

Micah Yarbray, William Penn

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