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Considering the many championship banners that hang in the Quaker Valley gym touting the school's girls teams, it's hard to remember there was a time when girls teams didn't even exist at the school. For many years, that was the case. Then in 1978 — six years after the law known as Title IX requir. . . Read More
As a 6-foot-1 small forward from Idaho, Mandy Simpson didn’t think there was a chance she’d end up on the radar of a Big 12 basketball school, let alone a Top 25 program. The Boise High senior ditched those doubts during her official visit to Oklahoma. Simpson accepted a full-ride scholarship to . . . Read More
Macey Kvilvang towered over her defenders this season in leading her North Star Bearcats to the North Dakota State B Girls Basketball Tournament. Now she'll have a chance to do that at the next level. The 6'5 Kvilvang verbally committed to play at North Dakota State Sunday. She'll sign her letter . . . Read More
As a freshman, Rennia Davis played basketball with the physicality of a butterfly. The only contact she wanted was a high-five from a teammate. Stay away from the post, she thought. The backcourt, that was the place to spread her wings. But Kimberly Davis Powell, coach of her Florida Essence AAU te. . . Read More
Over the past year, Mattoon’s Sierra Thompson has been inundated with offers from more than 20 universities who wanted her to play for their women’s basketball teams. The offers ranged from NCAA Division I to D-II. In the last two months, Thompson narrowed down her list of choices to three schools . . . Read More
At this time a year ago, the Guyer girls basketball program had never had a player commit to a Division I university. As of Wednesday afternoon, the Lady Wildcats have two. Senior point guard Lauren Heard joined former teammate Bre Wickware (Indiana) on Wednesday when she committed to play basketb. . . Read More
Anastasia Hayes is a 5-foot-7 guard and the No. 17 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz Super 60 for the 2017 class. Blessed with a quick first step, she averaged 19.6 points, 5.7 rebounds and 4.6 assists as a junior at Riverdale (Murfreesboro, Tennessee). Dozens of schools have offered her scholarships. . . Read More
Two Nashville-area girls basketball players with AAU ties committed on Sunday, with East Nashville’s Erica Haynes-Overton choosing Memphis and Brentwood Academy's Bria Dial selecting Chattanooga. Haynes-Overton chose Chattanooga over East Tennessee State, Troy, James Madison, North Carolina-Wilming. . . Read More



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