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

By Robin Dolan , 12/03/19, 11:00AM CST

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Autumn Feary

A Dozen Roses:

Kyli SavagePower Move: Combo can shoot the ball well from three. Rebounds the ball on both ends of the floor.

Madison ShamlooNova 94 Feet: One of the hardest working players in the division. Quick hands on defense. Sees the floor well in transition.

Madison HallTeam Durant: Strong on the block & able to score on both sides of the block. Rebounds the ball well on the defensive end of the floor.

Kasey RobinsonTeam Takeover: Long and athletic, has a  high IQ and makes the right pass. Hustles, wins the extra play consistently. Consistent set shooter.

Autumn Feary, Maryland Belles: One of the strongest lead guards in the division. Great handles. Passes the ball ahead well in transition. Sees the floor well, making the pass when drawing two

Bethani Overby, Top Notch Lady Ballers: Long & athletic, she can handle the ball well in the full court. Showed driving range from three. Draws the contact and is a strong rebounder on both ends of the floor.

Kennedy HenryPA Sparks: Strong combo player. Takes pride in playing defense. Uses her length to get into passing lane. Turns corner well for mid-range pull up.

Quinn BoettingerPhilly Heat: Post player with a great build. She finishes well around the rim. Has a variety of post moves. Finishes the traditional three-point play. Consistent from the charity stripe. 

Grace LanierNew Heights: Fast lead guard with great court vision. Strong passer. Uses a very quick first step to get to the rim.

Amori JarretDC Premier: Long athletic combo. Plays the top of the press well. Creates deflections. Scores well off of the drive.

Deniya PrawlUPLAY Canada: She is such an exciting guard to watch. Her set three from almost half court was one of the highlights of the weekend. She plays with an energy and fire and can score in any way possible.

Alisia Pierre, NY Rens: Craft lead guard with a great first step. Gets to the rim and is a strong finisher. Quick hands as an on ball defender.

Honorable Mention:

Makayla JohnsonTeam Takeover

Gabrielle BowesPA Sparks

Demi MarshallTeam Durant

Angelina HodgensNJ Cardinals

Kayla WashingtonTeam Durant

Zoe OsbyMD Belles

Sarah HurleyKia Nurse

Emma Nuquay, Lady Tigers NH

Undefeated Teams:

UPLAY/SK

This team likes to really run the floor. They are an athletic group that is in great shape and beat a lot of teams up and down the floor. Deniya Prawl leads this team. She is an electrifying guard that is fun to watch. She sets her teammates up and the scoring is distributed evenly. Tiara Martin-Burrows is a great rebounder for this club. They will look to continue their run in the DMV.

Philly Heat

There is a reason this team is undefeated; they execute. They run sets very well and find the easy option to score. Quinn Bottenger had a strong consistent showing for the Philly club. Molly Rullo proved to be one of the most impressive combo players in her ability to rebound and push off the dribble in transition. This club will look to continue to stay undefeated in the DMV.

DC Premier Prime

There is one word to describe this team, and that’s defense. This team is constantly all over the floor causing loose balls, and errant passes with a strong press. This club really shares the ball well. Amori Jarret is a strong defender for this club, who is complimented well by Alana Joy, a consistent shooter and all out hustler.

Teams To Watch Heading Into Session 2...

 NY Rens

This is just a team that plays really hard on both ends of the floor. They share the ball well and execute when they need to. Rebekah Cosbert and Alisia Pierre are two strong guards for this club. They both can shoot it well and see the floor in transition. This team should be fun to watch come DC.

MD Belles

This team will be a team that will be striving to be MADE in March. Autumn Feary is an excellent leader for this club with more sessions, she will only get better. She is complimented well by Zoe Osby who is very strong on the boards and makes smart moves when doubled on the block. This team will look to continue to play well in front of the home crowd in DC.

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