Kentridge junior Jordyn Jenkins drives inside for two against Woodinville during play in the King Showcase at the ShoWare Center on Jan. 21. Jenkins was chosen MVP of the NPSL Cascade Division. RACHEL CIAMPI, Kent Reporter

Kentridge junior Jordyn Jenkins drives inside for two against Woodinville during play in the King Showcase at the ShoWare Center on Jan. 21. Jenkins was chosen MVP of the NPSL Cascade Division. RACHEL CIAMPI, Kent Reporter

Kentridge’s Jenkins selected NPSL Cascade MVP

Junior forward joins Miller, Ballena on all-division first team

Kentridge’s Jordyn Jenkins, a 6-foot-2 junior forward, was selected by coaches as the Most Valuable Player of the North Puget Sound League Cascade Division in girls basketball this season.

Jenkins, paired with University of Washington-signee Jaquaya Miller, powered the Chargers to the division title with a 14-0 record and a league tournament championship. Kentridge, 19-2 overall, opens the district playoffs this week.

Kentridge junior guard Dayla Ballena also made the all-division first team.

The all-Cascade selections recently released:

MVP

Jordyn Jenkins, Kentridge, junior

First Team

Jaquaya Miller, KR, senior

Dayla Ballena, KR, junior

Zahirah Walton, Kentlake, freshman

Sharaya Coe, Hazen, senior

Avery Watkins, Kennedy Catholic, freshman

Second Team

Savannah Huerta, Kentwood, sophomore

Mikayla McAllister, KC senior

Aivine Soakai, Kentwood, senior

Promise Reams, Kent-Meridian, freshman

Jadyn Watts, Mount Rainier freshman

Third Team

Lily Knutson, Tahoma, senior

Nicole Ajayi, KW, senior

Kayla Siler, MR, junior

Toni Thibert, KL, senior

Nia Johnson, Hazen, senior

All-Defensive Team

Dayla Ballena, KR, junior

Nicole Ajayi, KW, senior

Desiree Lane, KL, sophomore

Nia Johnson, Hazen, senior

Audrey Tommervick, Tahoma, sophomore

Caleigh Williams, KM, junior

Coach of the Year

Jordan Nero, KW

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