For some, it’s so far, so wow

I saw the latest issue of ESPN Rise Magazine at school today, as it always hits high schools several weeks before the issue is posted on the Internet. In the girl’s basketball section they’ve named a first, second and third team for California, and a list of other players to watch. I thought it was time to check in on some of those players to see how they’re doing two weeks into the season.

Stanford-bound Sara James of Oak Ridge is averaging 34 points per game.

San Clemente’s Cassie Harberts is putting up an average 32 points in a game.

Washington Prep junior Reshanda Gray is averaging 22.6 points per game.

Holy crap!

I couldn’t check on Mater Dei’s Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis because the school hasn’t logged any stats into (Shame on coaches who don’t do that).

If anyone has a player in any state who is throwing down ridiculous numbers, tell me about her. I really want to know.

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  1. Going down the list in Rise
    Lewis 20ppg 2rpg
    Adams – 12ppg 6 apg 6rpg
    Samuelson – 22ppg 3apg 8rpg 4spg FT 27/28
    Engeln – 20ppg 5rpg
    Ariya – 6ppg 2apg 3rpg
    Harris – 15ppg
    Zornig – 22ppg 8rpg 2spg FT 7/7
    Hung – 15ppg 2apg 8rpg 2spg
    B Wilson – 14ppg 5rpg
    J Lister – 15ppg
    Not a bad start for thes girls, Ariya is the most surprising, i just don't think she goes hard every game.
    Couldn't find any on the others I saw Swain had only 5 in MD game and 3 will not play so won'e hear much about them over the next year.

  2. Thanks for the assist; I'm completely overwhelmed right now.

    Good to know my own investigation yielded some of the top point-getters. Harbert's 39 points and Gray's 33 points in one game were especially impressive.

  3. Melissa Zornig set a tournament record in the South Coast Holiday Tournament, with 43 points in Santa Margaritas OT win vs San Clemente.

    Previous record was 40 points held by Giulana Mendiola of El Toro HS in 1999.

    IM in OC