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7th Grade Yellow #7eague Standouts & Storylines From Session 1

By Robin Dolan , 12/02/19, 1:30PM CST


A Dozen Roses:

Sophia FlorioBay State Jaguars: Quick guard who plays with a lot of energy. Strong on ball defender, and can get to the rim with a quick first step. Sees the floor well. 

Chloe CollinBrampton UPLAY: Strong combo player, drives baseline well to find open looks. Runs floor well in transition, consistent from mid range. Strong rebounder on both sides of the ball. 

Sophia Carbone, Kia Nurse: Forward with a strong frame. Can finish on both sides of the rim. Plays great defense behind on the block. Rebounds well on both ends of the floor. 

Carryn EasleyK-Low Elite: Young guard with a high IQ and really controls the floor well. She is a consistent set shooter from three. 

Suzy GentileNJ Raptors: Hard-nosed, blue collar kid who just works hard. She has proven she is consistent from long range both off the dribble and set from three. 

Iyanna BellMD Shooting Stars: Post player who can rebound well on the defensive end. Runs floor looking for layups in transition. Finishes well on both sides of the block. 

Diamond Fields, New Heights: One of the quickest guards in this division. Defends well in the press, and understands how to score off the screen. 

Ava Fajardo, NJ Sparks: Shooting guard who works hard every play. Shoots the ball from long range and has a quick first step to the rim. Anticipates well in the passing lanes. 

Aaliyah Duncan, Princess Warriors: Long athletic combo player. Anticipates on the defensive end, and uses her length to make it difficult for teams to pass into the paint. Runs the floor well and finishes in transition. 

Jaida McClure, Queen City Ballers: Strong combo guard that continues to find the basket. Great hesitation move to the rim, is long and causes many errant passes with her ball pressure on the defensive end of the floor. 

Thori Woodley, TTO Black: Post player with definite upside. Rebounds the ball on both ends of the floor. Finishes putbacks on the offensive end. 

Giselle Davis, Train'D 2 GO: The best way to describe this kid is just hard working. Plays both sides of the ball and leaves it all on the floor. Wins 50/50 balls and does all the little things that do not show up on the scoresheet.

Honorable Mention:

Kai PowelTTO Orange

Jaylnn ScottBay State Jaguars

Aunne BrookshireBria Holmes Elite

Jaida GuerraNew Heights

Zoe Torres, NJ Pirates

Madison KocisNJ Sparks 

Heaven HartHarlem USA

Undefeated Teams After Session 1:

K-Low Elite

The ball movement of this club is a big reason why they are sitting in the undefeated column. They have great guard play and a tough nosed inside player that really make them a tough match up. Best part about this club is that the ball moves. Led by Carryn Easley who controls the floor so well and sets up Gabriele Seibert in spots down low where she can score. She is complimented by Saniyah Washington, Maya Johnson, and Amya Scott. All three are guards capable of shooting the ball and attacking the rim. These four guards turned defense into offense in all of their games causing traps and sharing the ball in transition leading to simple baskets. 

Bay State Jaguars

The team from Massuchests really showed their ability to close games late. Sophia Florio is a player who has a lot of energy and always makes the extra play. She has been a consistent shooter and can get to the rim. Devynn Watford really cleans up the boards for this team and stays ready as her teammates find her off the drive. Ava Black is a bigger guard with an athletic frame that is able to finish in transition and sees the floor well for this club.

Teams To Watch Heading Into Session 2...

Queen City Ballers

The backcourt of Jaida McClue and Zion Pimentel are invaluable for this club. Both see the floor so well and set up teammates for open shots. Zion Pimentel is a great on ball defender and Jaida McClure anticipates well on the defensive end causing many steals. This combo will keep elevating and leading their team as sessions go on. 


This team has all the right pieces and can very well be at the top when the sessions are complete. Kaira Campbell is a great defender with a great handle in the open floor. She has quick hands causing a lot of steals on ball and finds open teammates in transition. Chloe Collin is long and athletic, can rebound and can make a strong one dribble move. Stella Sgro is a do it all player for this club looking to score in any way possible for her club. Carina Wynter-Josephs is a consistent shooter and has a quick first step. They will be a team to watch headed into DC.

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