Harvard Westlake will be putting on a good tournament this week coming starting on Wednesday featuring some good talented teams from the area and some from up North, this is not a surprise to many, but it will prove to be a solid event. We will be in attendance for this event and put out some articles highlighting some of the girls that are Top in the areas. We will have multiple scouts out at this event and will report on the games and here is a little previw of what to see from teams.
Game 1 Matchup: Harvard Westlake vs. Windward
Who do we expect to make some noise in this first game, well I will tell you who we will be keeping and eye on, here are the girls from each team we believe will put in some major work for their squads.
2025, 5’7, CG, Harvard Westlake HS, – Deana is a solid guard that will do whatever is needed to try and win a game for her team. She can handle the ball, she is a good defender and she is one of the teams leaders as a young athlete. We expect her to showout at this event and make some good plays for team and try and win some games.
2023, 5’8, SG, Windward HS,– We expect Belker to be the playmaker she is for her team and also the versatile offensive skill set that will allow her to be the player she already is. She is crafty and she is smart and she is gonna make shots from the three point line and continue to get to the rim and make easy buckets.
2023, 5’7, SG, Harvard Westlake HS,– Jordyn is a good player and she is capable of being a pretty good versatile scorer for her team, she will make plays as well and do her very best to keep her team in the winning column. She can score in a variety of ways and we expect her to do some good things in this event and show us new things.
2025, 5’9, SG, Windward HS,– has a versatile skill-set for her size. She’s a natural forward with some guard like abilities. She’s very comfortable handling the ball and attacking the rim. Finishes strong at the rim. She can handle the ball well on the break. Early in the game I saw, she wasn’t making the best reads with the ball in her hands, but as the game went on she started making better passes and decisions off the dribble. She sets good, hard screens. Has tools to be a good defender.