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2018-19 #PBCHOOPS Girls Rookie of the Year - Jordana Codia

The 2018-19 #PBCHOOPS Girls Rookie of the Year is Jordana Codia of American Heritage School Boca/Delray..

In her freshman season Codia averaged an eye popping double-double of 24 points and 10.6 rebounds per game leading a resurgent Lady Stallions team to a 20-9 record on the season, a 17 game improvement from 2017-18. Codio was a mainstay on the nightly #PBCHOOPS Top Scorers list and was good for at least 20 points every time she stepped on the floor. Her standout game of the season included a career high 42 point performance in a playoff win over The King's Academy.

2017-18 #PBCHOOPS Boys Private Schools Player of the Year and MVP - Ben Lubarsky

Coming into the season Ben Lubarsky was recognized as one of the top players in the county and expected to have a great year. By seasons end Lubarsky solidified himself as one of the top players not only in south Florida but the state averaging 25 points and 9 rebounds a game on the season. While holding the pressure of being the Buccaneers go to guy in every situation. Lubarsky handled the it well surpassing the 1,000 point careers scoring mark and leading Benjamin to the Regional Finals one win away from the state Final 4.

#PBCHOOPS 2017-18 Girls Public Schools All County - 2nd Team

Grace Alfieri

(Boca Raton) Sophomore - Guard

Kelsi Mingo

(Boca Raton) Sophomore - Guard

Recilia Nonnombre

(Lake Worth) Junior - Guard

Shykim Gillion

(West Boca Raton) Junior - Guard

Brittany Wilcox

(Palm Beach Lakes) Junior - Forward

Keishmy Ayuso

(Palm Beach Lakes) Sophomore - Guard

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