The Girls State Playoffs in Illinois were hotly contested throughout the state. In Northern Illinois many games came down to the wire in the Regional and Sectional rounds. Though most teams that advanced had upperclassmen leadership, some teams looked to…
The Girls State Playoffs in Illinois were hotly contested throughout the state. In Northern Illinois many games came down to the wire in the Regional and Sectional rounds. Though most teams that advanced had upperclassmen leadership, some teams looked to underclassmen from the Class of 2020 to help them to victory.
Here’s a look at a few 2020 players in Northern Illinois that will be impacting their teams more during the 2019-20 season
Taylor Gugliuzza Lincoln Way West
The 5’7 guard led the Warrior program in four different statistical categories. She has a nose for the ball and plays tough against taller players averaging 5.5 rebounds per game . A consistent scorer Gugliuzza averaged 20.6 points per game and connected 54 3 pointers this past season.
Darrione Rogers Lake Park
The 6’0 Point Guard is capable of putting up monster numbers as she showed in a late season game where she tallied 32 points and 9 rebounds for her Lancer squad. As she continues to progress at the point guard position she has the potential to overpower teams from a Basketball IQ and Physical Strength perspective.
Kylie Feuerbach Sycamore
The 2017-18 Daily Chronicle Player of the Year has already committed to the Iowa State women’s program. The 6’0 shooting guard averaged 17.4 points and 8.4 rebounds is one of the most versatile players in the entire state of Illinois as she can play all 5 positions on the floor.
Ambranette Storr Rockford Lutheran
The 5’8 guard is an absolute blurr on the court and uses her speed to create multiple scoring opportunities which led her to surpassing the 1000 point milestone during this past season. She will be asked to lead and score next season for the Crusader program who reached the sectionals in Class 3A this season.
Brooke Schramek Benet Academy
This 6’1 forward was named MVP of the East Suburban Catholic Conference as her Redwing squad won the conference championship. Schramek is another versatile player in the Class of 2020 who can play multiple positions of the floor. Look for her to have huge season in 2018-19 .