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Andrea Aquino looks up to 6-foot-9 WNBA star Brittney Griner. That's figuratively, not literally. Aquino, a 6-9 junior center at Eastside (Paterson, New Jersey) via Paraguay, had a chance encounter with the Mercury star at a Phoenix airport in December 2015. Griner was nice enough to pose for a . . . Read More
Sophie Gatzounas’ college choice needed to offer three components: basketball, education and service. “The opportunity of Navy almost fell into my lap,” the South Hadley senior said. “They kind of came to me first.” Now she’s heading to them. “It’s an awesome place, awesome location. I really like. . . Read More
How good can Northern Guilford basketball player Elissa Cunane be? The N.C. State Wolfpack will find out. Cunane, the 2016 HSXtra girls basketball player of the year, committed to N.C. State on Monday night. The 6-foot-5 junior is rated the No. 51 player overall and the No. 9 post player in the cou. . . Read More
Touting home-state credentials, Jasmine Walker is transferring to Alabama. Walker, the Jeff Davis graduate who was the state’s Miss Basketball a year ago, left Florida State this month and will begin classes at Alabama on Thursday. “I decided to come back home and have my state on my back, like it. . . Read More
The names are a who’s who of greats in women’s basketball — Cheryl Miller, Diana Taurasi, Lisa Leslie, Candice Wiggins and many others. Destiny Littleton has now passed them all. Littleton became the leading scorer in California history when she scored 30 points Saturday night to eclipse the record. . . Read More
One of the most underrated contenders in girls high school basketball this season is Minneapolis South. But at 13-3 and 7-0 in conference play, the Tigers aren’t likely to stay under the radar much longer. If you remember the last time South was this good, this story is going to sound pretty famil. . . Read More
With a wingspan of more than 6 feet — 79 1/2 inches to be exact — Francesca Belibi clearly has a very wide reach. But what the Regis Jesuit sophomore accomplished Jan. 6 stretched from coast-to-coast and maybe around the world. When you are the first known girls prep basketball player in Colorado . . . Read More
Regis Jesuit High School’s Fran Belibi threw down a dunk in the team’s game against Grand Junction High School on Friday night, and in doing so, became the first girl to dunk in a Colorado high school game. And Belibi is only a 15-year-old sophomore!. . . Read More

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