Colorado Live Showcase: The Future
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As George goes into a rebuilding year, returning players likemake the transition a lot smoother. The sophomore guard will be asked to handle a bulk of the on-ball duties for the team. Which she seemed to excel at during Friday night’s action at the Colorado Live Event. She moves the ball up the floor fast, giving her team the advantage offensively. In the half-court she plays at her own speed taking whatever the defense gave her. Although it’s only June, Brittany will for sure be a young player to keep an eye on.
was a real bright spot for Eaglecrest over the course of the game. She adapted to the pressure well by getting to her spots on the floor and knocking down jumpers with ease. It’s usually a surprise for incoming freshmen to come in and play their play and not let the moment get to them. As Kaydence got more comfortable you can tell that she belonged, she put teammates in positions to get easy look all while learning on the fly.
may be the little sister of shape shooter Kennedy Spellman but she surely has made a name for herself with her play during Colorado Live Showcase. She is a fierce competitor that leaves it all on the floor every game. Playing up with varsity she was able to defend at a high level as well as make smart decisions with the ball in her hands. With Mountain Vista coming into a new season with a new coach Kiarra will fit perfectly into the system as a role player that hasn’t mind getting her hands dirty.
came out of the gate immediately making an impact for Highlands Ranch in their first game against Roosevelt, at the Colorado Live Showcase. In a game where we saw a lot of new faces for Ranch the freshmen guard was a constant threat on the offensive end of the floor. She has a quick trigger, that allows her to get the ball up before the defense has time it close out.
Before the season starts remember the name Sabella Hillard, the 2027 guard from Windsor does it all from the guard spot. She’s a 5’7 guard that can score in a variety of ways depending on matchup, making it hard to limit her to one thing. Being a bigger guard gives her the ability to crash the glass hard and finish through contact. This is all while having the speed and quick with the ball in her hand to get downhill and make plays for teammates.