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GIRLS' BASKETBALL PREVIEW : City Section

November 20, 1994

Top Returning Players

NAME HGT. POS. YR. Trisha Hernandez 5-1 G Jr. Naesha Conner 5-7 F Jr. Charmia Delerey 5-5 G So. Janae Oliver 6-1 C Jr. Donnetta Rankins 5-7 F Jr.

Top Newcomers

NAME HGT. POS. YR. Tiffany Cabral 5-3 F Fr.

Handicapping the Top 10

Ranking, conference and 1993-94 record:

1. Washington, Southern Pacific, 18-7

Comment: Could contend for State title

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Ranking, conference and 1993-94 record:

FOR THE RECORD - Girls' Basketball
Los Angeles Times Sunday November 27, 1994 Home Edition City Times Page 26 Zones Desk 8 inches; 264 words Type of Material: Correction; Prep Sports; List
Editor's note: The following team profiles for girls ' basketball contain corrected information.
Dorsey
* Coach: Ken Turner, first year.
* 1993-94 Record: 6-9
* Prediction: Guard MurRae Glenn has a good shooting range and can average 20 points a game. Forward Stephanie Hagan is a smooth player around the basket and is another dangerous scorer. The Dons will battle Crenshaw and Washington for the best record in the Southern Pacific Conference.
* Game not to miss: Crenshaw at Dorsey, Jan. 11
Top Returning Players
NAME HGT. POS. YR. MurRae Glenn 5-6 G Jr. Stephanie Hagan 5-10 F So. Tynise Brown 5-6 G Jr. Kelly Johnson 6-2 C Jr. Terri Courtenay 5-7 F Sr.
Top Newcomers
NAME HGT. POS. YR. Janice Thomas 5-11 F So. Jill Penniman 5-3 G Fr. Autumn Johnson 6-2 C So. Crystal Vernon 5-8 G Fr.
Jordan
* Coach: Roosevelt Wilson, second year.
* 1993-94 Record: 2-14.
* Prediction: The Bulldogs will rely on the experience of forward-center Rosie Quintas and forward/guards Toni and Eboni Taylor to help them contend in the tough Southeastern Conference.
* Game not to miss: Roosevelt at Jordan, Dec. 7.
Top Returning Players
NAME HGT. POS. YR. Rosie Quintas 5-10 F/C Sr. Eboni Taylor 5-7 F/G Jr. Toni Taylor 5-7 F/G Jr.
Top Newcomers
NAME HGT. POS. YR. Tanisha Spencer 5-3 G Sr. Taneka Nash 5-9 F Jr. Elea Agiza 5-9 G So. Charmaine Howard 5-5 G Jr. Shanice Johnson 5-10 C 11
Los Angeles
* Coach: Loretta Hadley, second year.
* 1993-94 Record: 0-6 in the Metro League; 0-10 overall.
* Prediction: The Romans could be one of the most improved teams in the Metro League. Karina Wells, Camilla Wright and Shawnte Mitchem form a good scoring nucleus.
* Game not to miss: Hamilton at Los Angeles, Feb. 10.
Top Returning Players
NAME HGT. POS. YR. Karina Wells 5-9 F Sr. Shawnte Mitchem 6-0 C Sr. Camilla Wright 5-6 F Sr. Maryanne Rayfols 5-4 G Sr.
Top Newcomers
NAME HGT. POS. YR. Ann Yi 5-2 F Fr. Tamika McKinley 5-10 F Sr.
GRAPHIC-TABLE: Girls' Basketball

2. Crenshaw, Southern Pacific, 22-6

Comment: May win third City 4-A title

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Ranking, conference and 1993-94 record:

3. Roosevelt, Southeastern, 21-2

Comment: Perennial powerhouse

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Ranking, conference and 1993-94 record:

4. South Gate, Southeastern, 17-6

Comment: Talented, but inexperienced

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Ranking, conference and 1993-94 record:

5. Belmont, Northern, 14-6

Comment: Could go far in playoffs

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Ranking, conference and 1993-94 record:

6. Fremont, Southeastern, 16-11

Comment: Best longshot pick

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Ranking, conference and 1993-94 record:

7. Locke, Southeastern, 6-11

Comment: Talent is there for turnaround

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Ranking, conference and 1993-94 record:

8. Marshall, Northern, 20-6

Comment: Has one of best backcourts

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Ranking, conference and 1993-94 record:

9. Franklin, Northern, 13-5

Comment: A wealth of new players

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Ranking, conference and 1993-94 record:

10. Jefferson, Southeastern, 19-8

Comment: Won 1993 City 3-A title

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