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HOOPERS IN THE NWAC – WOMAN

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HOOPERS IN THE NWAC – WOMAN

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FAYE CHARTRAW – (5-foot-10 Sophomore Guard, Lower Columbia/Neah Bay High School) Chartraw a big, strong, & physical guard helped the Lower Columbia Red Devils to a 23-11 record and a West Regional Championship. In her limited playing time she averaged nearly 10 points while pulling down 4 rebounds. In her only game playing +25 minutes she recorded double-double 18 Points & 10 rebounds. Chartraw played her high school basketball for the Neah Bay Red Devils.

Freshman College Basketball Stats
GP: 27
MIN AVG 18.5
PTS AVG 9.1
REB AVG 4.0
AST AVG 0.6
STL AVG 0.3
BLK AVG 0.4
FG% 36
FT% 66
3-PT FG% 35

ERIN RAMSEY – (5-foot-8 Sophomore Guard, Blue Mountain/Lapwai High School) Ramsey playing nearly 30 minutes a game was giving a huge opportunity as freshman for Blue Mountain College. Not known for her scoring ability, Ramsey was put in a position to shoot and score the ball last season for the toppers. Look for her number to rise in her sophomore campaign with Blue Mountain College.

Freshman College Basketball Stats
GP: 23
MIN AVG 29.7
PTS AVG 9.1
REB AVG 3.1
AST AVG 0.9
STL AVG 1.1
BLK AVG 0.3
FG% 36
FT% 83
3-PT FG% 32

MARQUEL GREENE – (5-foot-5 Sophomore Guard, Walla Walla/Lapwai High School) Greene known for her sharp shooting saw action in all 27 games for the Warriors last season. She scored in double figures 5 out of the last 7 games for the Warriors. Final game scoring 17 points shooting 5/10 from the field and a perfect 4/4 from the charity stripe. Her final stat line included 17 points, 5 assist, 6 rebounds, 2 steals, & only 1 turnover. If Greene can start the way she finished, look for her to have a big year.

Freshman College Basketball Stats
GP: 27
MIN AVG 17.5
PTS AVG 6.3
REB AVG 2.2
AST AVG 1.6
STL AVG 0.4
BLK AVG 0.04
FG% 37
FT% 73
3-PT FG% 33

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Adiya Jones

ADIYA JONES – (5-foot-10 Freshman Forward, Skagit Valley/Tulalip High School) Adiya Jones will be taking her talents to Skagit Valley College. Jones averaged over 20 points taking home 1st team honors as a senior while leading her team to the 1B State championships. Jones a standout on a Tulalip team that advanced to the state tournament this year after winning just two games the previous season. As a junior she led La Conner HS to 3rd Place in the 2B State Championship. Again, earning 1st team honors and was named Skagit Valley Herald Girls’ player of the year.

ASPEN FIANDER – (5-foot-5 Freshman Guard, Columbia Basin/Kennewick High School) Fiander was the lead guard for Kennewick High School averaging double digits as well as team leader in assists & steals. Honorable mention selection in the Mid-Columbia conference for Kennewick as a senior.

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Taylor Whitney

TAYLOR WHITNEY – (6-foot-0 Freshman Center, Treasure Valley/Lapwai High School) The 6-0 Center will make make an immediate impact on the defensive end for the Chukars averaging over 5 blocks & 4 steals a game. Whitney also averaged a double-double 10.2 points and pulling down 11.7 rebounds helping the Lapwai Wildcats to back to back championships in Idaho. Whitney has built a reputation as being a winner.

KAMEA PINO – (5-foot-3 Freshman Guard, Highline C.C./La Conner) Pino went to La Conner High School averaging nearly 12 points per game, five rebounds and five assists a game in her senior campaign. Braves fell one game short of making the Washington State Playoffs. As a junior she helped La Conner HS to 3rd Place in the Washinton 2B State Championship.

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Jayd Eke & Sequoia Swan

JAYD EKE – (5-foot-9 Freshman Forward/Guard, Yakima Valley/Clarkson High School) Jayd Eke will combine with her fellow high school teammate Swan to give Yakima Valley a 1-2 punch for the 2016-17 season. Eke is big body that played in the post throughout her high school career but could make the switch on position based on her skill set. Eke has the ability to be impactful with right away for Coach Strom and the Yaks.

SEQUOIA SWAN – (5-foot-5 Freshman Point Guard, Yakima Valley/Clarkson High School) The sharp shooting 5-5 point guard has big time shot making abilities. Her thick build may seem physically unassuming, but she makes opponents take notice with her play. Swan is deceptively quick and has naturally strong build. She is expected to start and play big minutes for the Yakima Valley as a freshman point guard. Over the summer Swan won back to back championships in the Native American Basketball Invitational.

NICOLE HIDALGO – (5-foot-10 Freshman Forward, South Puget Sound/Taholah) Hidalgo 5’10 forward from Taholah will hope to make an impact her freshman year after recently coming off a knee injury. Before getting sidelined Hilalgo was a beast averaging nearly 16 points and 11 rebounds a game for the Chitwins.

MICAH BISBEE – (5-foot-8 Freshman guard, Blue Mountain/Lapwai High School) The feisty guard, Bisbee who averaged 11 points per game for the Lapwai Wildcats. Bisbee was part of the Wildcat squad that won back to back Idaho State Championships. She will join former Lapwai teammate Ramsey at Blue Mountain.

4 Comments on HOOPERS IN THE NWAC – WOMAN

  1. Julie Burnett // September 15, 2016 at 9:59 pm // Reply

    Arielle Burnett, a member of the Chehalis Tribe is playing softball for Lower Columbia College in Longview, WA. You can view her info on the LCC softball site under: Meet the newest Red Devils in Jan. 2016. I can provide you the info if you need. Thank you!

    • I would love to hear more about Arielle Burnett. Thank you!

      • Julie Burnett // September 20, 2016 at 8:31 pm //

        Hello! Here was the write up from Lower Columbia College’s Softball site on Arielle Burnett. I can send a photo if you need one. Arielle is a freshman at Lower Columbia College, and is a member of the Chehalis Tribe.

        Arielle Burnett (3B, SS, 2B, OF) of Hoquiam High School, Hoquiam, WA
        A three-sport athlete for the Grizzlies (soccer, basketball, and softball), Arielle brings speed, defensive versatility, a strong arm and solid softball fundamentals to Longview from the Harbor. Coached by Keith Reynvaan, was voted to the All-State Tournament team at the 2015 1A State tourney.
        “Arielle is a top-of-the-order type hitter…fast, hits line drives and is a good bunter”, LLC Coach Traci Fuller said. “She also has some power, hitting four home runs last season, including one at the District Championship game and one at State. With her strong arm and quickness she can play anywhere defensively – infield, outfield, even catcher if we need it.”

      • Julie Burnett // October 3, 2016 at 10:05 pm //

        Hello! Did you receive my earlier post? Thanks!

        Julie Burnett

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