Miami Valley Super 60- Small School Standouts
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The annual Dayton 140 and Miami Valley Super 60 was released on Sunday with a great response and viewing from basketball fans around Ohio. For the next couple of days, Subscribers can read about some of the top players who…
The annual Dayton 140 and Miami Valley Super 60 was released on Sunday with a great response and viewing from basketball fans around Ohio. For the next couple of days, Subscribers can read about some of the top players who land in the Super 60.
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Maggie had a great sophomore season and was one of the most consistent players in the Three Rivers Conference. She has a good perimeter game, but can hurt you in a variety of ways. She is a solid defender and can create havoc which gives her team chances to capitalize. She will be one of the candidates for the Player of the Year in the TRC.
One of the more underrated guards last year in the SWBL, Tai is now at Tri Village and brings good leadership and a high motor to a guard spot that TV needs with the graduation of a lot of firepower from their state title team last season. Mize is high-energy and can run the show for her team. Good shot and slick handles, she is a leader. Good on-ball defender who can make things happen at both ends of the floor! (feature photo above)
I saw her over the summer for the first time at Wittenberg with her team, and I loved what she brings to the table. She is a strong presence anywhere from midrange to thr rim, and she is able to create shots and get her teammates involved. Good length and quickness, Molly will be a force in the OHC this season. Moves well and has a good basketball IQ.
One of the best players in the MAC, Avae is a polished and poised point guard who can run the show for her team in a very competitive Midwest Athletic Conference. She has a good first step and is able to hit the pullup midrange shot. Finishes well at the rim, and in transition has good court vision to lead the break. I look for another solid season from her.
I raved about this kid two years ago as a freshman, and she is coming back from an ACL injury with a vengance this year as a junior. She missed the sectional tourament last season, and I feel as a point guard, she is one of the top three pure point guards in Southwest Ohio in the 2025 class. Makes plays happen and takes control of a game. Good scorer with a midrange game, and can slash to the rim.
I knew about Brooke before she even got into high school, and she was really skilled back then during her earlier days. She has developed into one of the top players in her league, and is an offensive threat. Look for her production to increase with their top player graduating over the summer. Great handles and smooth moves will allow her to score in a variety of ways.