Sister Denali (20) and Seirra Hughes (15) gave EMAC champion Vista PEAK two all-league first team selections for the 2018-19 girls basketball season as voted on by league coaches. (Photo by Courtney Oakes/Sentinel)

AURORA | First team, second team and honorable mention selections from Aurora Central, Gateway, Hinkley, Rangeview and Vista PEAK, plus those from Adams City, Brighton, Northglenn, Prairie View, Thornton and Westminster on the 2018-19 All-EMAC Girls Basketball Teams, as selected by league coaches:

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Rangeview senior Angel Broadus earned her way onto the All-EMAC first team for the 2018-19 girls basketball season. (Photo by Courtney Oakes/Sentinel)

Aurora selections: Angel Broadus, sr., Rangeview; Denali Hughes, sr. and Seairra Hughes, jr., Vista PEAK

Other selections: Jennessy Aragon-Dennis, Adams City; Kaylah Lewis, Brighton; Kaiyan Padilla, Northglenn; Victoria Cabrera, Prairie View; Shamahra Henderson, Thornton; Valerie Gallegos, Westminster

Co-Players of the Year: Denali Hughes, Vista PEAK and Kaylah Lewis, Brighton. Coach of the Year: Billy Salaz, Adams City


Aurora selections: Zana’e Hodges, soph., Aurora Central; Kaushnic Noble, jr., Gateway; Rakheti Mills, sr., Hinkley; Kaya Evans, jr. and Mikayla Jones, jr., Vista PEAK

Other selections: Ashtyn DeLorenzo, Prairie View; Monique Delatorre, Thornton


Aurora selections: AriJanna McClain, jr. and Ashonna McClain, soph., Aurora Central; Malia Jimerson, jr., Gateway; Camilla Davis, soph., Hinkley; Brianna Linnear, soph. and Ny’Era West, fr., Rangeview

Other selections: Amanda Herron, Jayanti Jones and Valeria Salinas-Vargas, Adams City; Nikki Antonopoulos, Tori Hendricks and Mai Le Waters, Brighton; Leticia Delgado and Ryan Pastwaters, Northglenn; Madelyn Schmidt, Prairie View; Jada Parson and Jaylyn Valencia, Westminster