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We’re taking a conference-by-conference look at some of the state’s top high school basketball players. Here’s the Southwest Conference girls list.

Every league has numerous standout players, and these lists are not intended to be comprehensive. Let us know which other players you think should be added to the list.

Kim Ceron (South Medford) photo by Dan Brood 

Grants Pass

G Brooke Anderson, So., 5-6

Anderson made the all-Southern Oregon first team as a freshman and continued to impress in the first month of the winter season, leading the Cavers in scoring at 18 points per game to go with four assists, four rebounds and two steals. 

G Sophie Mock, Jr., 5-8

Mock made the all-Southern Oregon honorable mention list as a sophomore. She averaged eight points, five rebounds and two steals in seven December games.

G/F Raegan Bruner, Jr., 5-9

Bruner also made the all-Southern Oregon honorable mention list in the spring. She has been among the team leaders in rebounds this winter at five per game. 

G/F Brooklyn Wakefield, So., 5-10

Wakefield has been a pleasant surprise this season, averaging nearly a double-double (nine points, 10 rebounds) and two steals per game in December. 

North Medford

W Caileigh Raines, Fr., 5-9

Raines is one of several first-year players making an impact, leading the Black Tornado in December in scoring (16 points per game) and rebounds (nine per game) while also averaging three steals, three assists and two blocks.

P Brooke Richardson, Jr., 5-7

Richardson has settled into her role as a defensive stalwart, grabbing eight rebounds while also chipping in six points per game.

G Ali Stevens, Jr., 5-5

A team captain and another defensive whiz, Stevens makes 3.3 steals per game and deflects just as many passes while averaging six points and six rebounds.

The returning starter fills the stat sheet, averaging six points, four rebounds and three steals per game.


F Amy Carpenter, Jr., 5-10

Carpenter has been the team’s leading scorer in most games this season, averaging eight points per game while also being its leading rebounder. “She has an incredible work ethic and a never-give-up attitude,” coach Chad Smith said.

G Emelie Morello, So.

Morello, who hit a three-pointer to kick off a 17-0 run in Roseburg’s season-opening win, missed some games with a knee injury. 

G Emma Murphy, Jr.

Murphy, a part-time starter in the spring, also has missed games this winter with a knee injury. 


F Beaux Bruegman, Jr., 5-10

Bruegman was an all-SWC selection as a freshman and has been a team leader this season, averaging 8.1 points, seven rebounds and 3.2 assists per game. “Beaux can play all five positions and score at all three levels,” coach Brian Brancato said. 

G Paityn Rhode, Sr., 5-7

Rhode is a four-year varsity player who stretches the floor (36% from three-point range) and has shown marked improvement as a rebounder. She averaged 6.8 points per game in December. 

F Gabbie Harms, Jr., Sheldon 5-10

Harms is back this winter after missing most of the spring season with an ankle injury. Brancato called her “arguably the best athlete in our program,” and she averaged 8.3 points and seven rebounds in December. “She has the ability to score at all three levels and rebounds with reckless abandon,” he added.

G Diamond Wright, Fr., 6-0

Wright is a versatile combo guard who led the Irish in scoring at 9.1 points per game in December while grabbing 3.3 rebounds. “Long and athletic, she’s incredibly quick with the ability to get to the rim at will,” Brancato said. 

South Eugene

G Sofia Megert, Sr., 5-4

Megert was a first-team all-SWC performer two years ago. She led the Axe in December at 18.3 points per game, 4.3 rebounds and two assists. “A great leader for us,” coach Tash O’Brien said. “She is an outstanding player and a very dynamic scorer — a knockdown shooter.” 

G Alia Harris, Sr., 5-8

Harris might be the team’s best all-around player, excelling on offense (9.7 points, 5.6 rebounds, 2.4 assists) and serving as one of the best defenders in the SWC. “Her offensive game has come along a lot,” O’Brien said. “She is a solid scorer both in transition and the halfcourt.”  

F Avia Tuguldur, So., 5-9

Tuguldur is still a project on offense, but she has been the team’s top rebounder, grabbing six per game. “She is inexperienced at the varsity level but quickly showing her value to our team,” O’Brien said. 

South Medford

G Donovyn Hunter, Jr., 5-11

Hunter was a first-team all-Southern Oregon selection in the spring. The state’s No. 5 junior recruit according to Prep Girls Hoops averaged 26 points in December and holds offers from several Pac-12 schools. 

F Sierra Logue, Sr., 6-3

Logue, a second-team all-Southern Oregon selection in the spring, became the 15th Panther to sign with a Division I school during coach Tom Cole’s 15-year tenure when she inked with UC Riverside of the Big West in November. She averaged 16 points (season-high 29) and led the team in rebounding in December. 

F Tanesha Coley, Sr., 5-10

Coley, an all-Southern Oregon honorable mention pick in the spring, has been a solid third scoring option this winter, with a 20-point game under her belt.

G Lottie Dillard, Sr., 5-7

Dillard missed the first four games of the season with an injury but has been a poised addition to the backcourt since her return.  

F Kim Ceron, So., 6-0

Ceron is a very athletic wing with the potential to become another in the Panthers’ long line of Division I signees.