High School Girls Player Reports

815 Hoops Report covered the Chem Processing Challenge For Change - held at the beautiful UW Health Sports Factory in Rockford IL, Saturday July 28th


We ran across some great talent from all over the region.  Players from Rockford, Freeport, Belvidere, Beloit, Milwaukee, Chicago, Indiana, and even more... all came and put on some tremendous displays of talent.  These are some of the players who stood out on Saturday.


HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS REPORTS

MEGAN GREEN - BELOIT MEMORIAL/MW TARHEELS

Strong and physical player. Reliable in the post. Ferocious rebounder with a polished post game. Definitely a player to watch as she develops.

JORDIN MACON - FREEPORT H.S.

Tough kid who does everything well.  does all the dirty work.  Rebounds, dives on the floor, plays passing lanes. sneaky ability to get to the basket and free throw line.  Very Unsefish. 

MYLA SINGLETON - JEFFERSON H.S.

Hard nosed and very tough.  Great motor with a desire to get to every loose ball that she can get to.  Plays like every rebound belongs to her.  

ANTOINIQUE AUSTIN - DANE COUNTY BGC CRUSH

Great court vision.  Playmaker.  Floor General, seems to always be aware of everything that's going on.  Solid finisher in traffic.  Will get in there and rebound as well.

A'BLESSIN CLARK - BELOIT TURNER/MW TARHEELS

High IQ guard who gets her team in and out of their sets.  Playmaker and a floor general.  Plays extremely hard while limiting turnovers.

TORI KOSTUCK - PINETH/HANGTIME ELITE

Looks to get everyone involved, while maintaining an aggressive offensive game.  Great slasher, can get to the basket and in the lane at will.  Demeanor of a winner.