2022-23 2A All- PGH Tennessee Teams
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2A girls, let’s just say their game is nice. I’m talking about hoopers that can put the ball in the bucket in more ways than one. Versatility is the name of the game in this classification. From guards who can…
2A girls, let’s just say their game is nice. I’m talking about hoopers that can put the ball in the bucket in more ways than one. Versatility is the name of the game in this classification. From guards who can drive and knock down shots, to the bigs who can pound it in the paint as well as step out, this classification is one of the most diverse in the state of Tennessee. Guard play is essential in this class and buddy, they have for sure.
As we dive into the young ladies who made the All-PGH Tennessee team, understand these ladies played an essential part to their teams success. They were key components towards their school’s title run. Not only that, they’ve become the foundational building blocks for a bright future for their club. If we are talking about skill level, these girls have that plus more. So don’t knock the classification at all, these girls will one day suit up for some big time collegiate programs down the road. From Power 5 to NAIA schools, there going to be clubs across the states that will have the girls listed one day on their roster.
I can’t say enough about these talented individuals. To see them operate on the court is astonishing. These young ladies get after it and play the game the right way. Very detail oriented. High basketball IQ. It’s the way they are able to manipulate a game in their favor. Skills such as these, enable this class to be one of the most versatile ones in the state.
Here are your 2022-23 All- PGH Tennessee teams.
PG(So/ York Institute)
SF Crys’tianna “Shaq” Whitehead (Sr./ Memphis Business Academy)
C(Jr./ Gatlinburg- Pittman)
6th Man( Jr./ Gibson Co.)
SG(So./ McMinn Central)
PF(Jr./ East Nashville)
6th Man(So./ Westview)
SG(Jr./ McMinn Central)
SF(Sr./ Gibson Co.)
SF/ PF(Jr./ Hickman Co.)
PF/C(Jr./ East Nashville)
6th Man Curnesha Taylor (So./ Memphis Business Academy)
Mak Bremer (Jr./ Alcoa)
(Sr./ York Institute)