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McDonald’s All American Destiny Littleton thought she was finished with recruiting. Littleton, who led the country with an average of 48.1 points per game this year for The Bishop’s School (LaJolla, Calif.), signed with Southern California in the fall, but after Trojans coach Cynthia Cooper resigne. . . Read More
Sidney Cooks was always the tallest and she was always advanced. When the Kenosha St. Joseph standout first started playing basketball in kindergarten she towered over the other girls so much that she had to carry ID to prove she was the same age as the other girls. By the time she was in the third. . . Read More
Rellah Boothe's shoulders are getting a workout, and it's not from lifting weights. The 6-foot-3 senior forward, one of the most intriguing basketball recruits in the country, is digging into a large salad at IMG Academy's cafeteria when she gets a tap on her back. A few minutes later, a teacher . . . Read More
Shaking free of two defenders, Destiny Littleton caught the ball near half court. The 5-foot-9 senior guard bolted hard to the middle of the key. She slipped past another defender, then one more, but as the two girls recovered and swarmed her, a jump shot seemed all the more improbable. Littleton . . . Read More
Minutes into her debut game as a freshman, Karissa McLaughlin drained her first high school touch. It was a 3-pointer. Then she hit another. And another. And another. And another. Without missing. All before the second quarter. Coach Rod Parker turned to one of his assistant coaches at Homestead . . . Read More
Emotions swirled when Chancy Campbell saw his little sister’s name listed among the 24 players selected for the McDonald’s All-American Game. As someone who played a big part in Kiana Williams’ development into one of the country’s top girls basketball players, he couldn’t help it. “When her name . . . Read More
Fearless. That’s the best word to describe sophomore Charisma Osborne of Los Angeles Windward. She fears no situation and no opponent. No challenge is too big. “She’s a limitless player,” Windward Coach Vanessa Nygaard said. There was a 35-point performance in the Southern California . . . Read More
Armani Walker was born into the sport of basketball. Her father, Justin Walker, played for New Castle from 1994-1998 and was a member of two WPIAL championship-winning teams. Her mother, Tissan Dessau, played for the Lady 'Canes between 1997-2001. The pair put a basketball in her hands when she was. . . Read More



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