Rangeview junior Ny’Era West poured in 18.6 points per game and ranked in the top three on her team in nearly every statistical category during the 2020-21 girls basketball season, during which she was voted EMAC Player of the Year by league coaches. (Photo by Courtney Oakes/Sentinel Colorado)

AURORA | Gateway, Rangeview and Vista PEAK selections plus those from Adams City, Brighton, Northglenn, Prairie View and Westminster on the All-EMAC first and second teams as selected by league coaches for the 2020-21 girls basketball season:

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Aurora selections: Taniah Knox, jr., Gateway; Amari Bullock, sr., Brianna Linnear, sr. and Ny’Era West, jr., Rangeview; Breanna Jefferson, jr. and Mikenzie Jones, jr., Vista PEAK

Other selections: Maria Saenz, jr., Adams City; Nikki Antonopoulos, sr., Brighton; Lex Trujillo, soph., Westminster

Player of the Year: Ny’Era West, Rangeview. Coach of the Year: La Monte Weddle, Rangeview


Aurora selections: Jameri Hartsfield, jr., Gateway; Aaliyah Caston, jr., Hinkley; Tajah Randall, jr., Vista PEAK

Other selections: Adriana Contreras, jr., Adams City; Carly Pomrenke, sr. and Valeria Salinas, sr., Brighton; Saleen Jaimes, soph., Northglenn; Hannah Deshazer, fr. and Jaylene Young, sr., Prairie View; Ashley Alvarez, fr. and Mia Sanchez, fr., Westminster