Girls' basketball: Ayanna Clark, Jayla Ruffus-Milner share top All-CIF honor

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Ayanna Clark of Long Beach Poly and Jayla Ruffus-Milner of Harvard-Westlake have been named co-players of the year in girls basketball in the Southern Section Open Division.

Melissa Hearlihy of Harvard-Westlake was named coach of the year.

Here's the link to complete All-CIF teams.

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