Davis, a 5-foot-5 point guard from Princeton High School in Cincinnati, was named to the second team; Hall, a 6-2 wing player from Folsom, Calif., was named to the third team; and Thomas, a 6-3 forward/center from Cumberland Valley High School in Mechanicsburg, Pa., was named to the fourth team. To view the complete listing of Parade's All-America team, which will be published in the April 13 edition, click here.
The postseason honors continue to pile up for the six members of Balcomb's six-member recruiting class, a class which was ranked the best in America after the fall signing period by USA Today.
Davis and Hall were recently named McDonald's All-Americans, and both participated in the McDonald's All-America game in Cleveland on March 26. Thomas and Hall participated last weekend in the L'adidas Roundball Classic, an All-Star showcase in Atlanta for the nation's best high school seniors; Hall scored 27 points for the West team and was named Most Valuable Player.
In addition to receiving Parade All-America and McDonald's All-America honors, Jenn Hall was named female high school player of the year by the Sacramento (Calif.) Bee. Carla Thomas was named First Team Class AAAA All-State in Pennsylvania by Associated Press, and was named Co-Player of the Year by the Carlisle (Pa.) Sentinel. Dee Davis was named female Player of the Year by the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Katie Antony, a 5-10 guard from Anacoco, La., who is one of the leading scorers in Louisiana girls' basketball history, was recently named Miss Basketball in the state by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association.
Cherish Stringfield, a 5-6 guard from Sussex Central High School in Virginia, was named All-Tri-Cities Player of the Year by the Petersburg (Va.) Progress-Index.