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Native Prep Stars You Should Know – Oregon Girls

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Dani Harley

2016-2017 High School Hoops Preview – Oregon
Prep Stars You Should Know

DANI HARLEY – Standing Rock Sioux (5-foot-8 senior Guard, South Salem Saxons 6A) – The lone senior on the list is an experienced three year starter for the two-time state champion South Salem Saxons. Harley helped her team to a 28-1 record that included a game-high 18 points knocking down five three-pointers in the State Championship game. Harley the sharp shooting zone buster, literally shooting teams out of a zone.

KALIYAH IVERSON – Warm Spring Tribe (5-foot-6 junior guard, Madras White Buffaloes 4A) – Athletic guard known for her defensive abilities but can also take care of business of the offense side of the ball. She helped the buffs to the state tournament while earning a Tri-Valley 1st team selection for the Buffs. Great athlete with a even better work ethic.

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Mary Stewart

MARY STEWART –  Umatilla Confederate Tribes (5-foot-9 junior Guard, Nixyaawii Golden Eagles 1A) – Stewart was named Old Oregon League Player of the year in her sophomore season. She led her team to a 24-3 record and brought a 3rd place finish back to the tribal school. Stewart has the ability to play every position on the floor averaging nearly a double-double. She was also credited as being one the best passers in the league by coaches.

LYNDEN HARRY – Warm Springs Tribe (5-foot-5 junior Point Guard, Madras White Buffaloes 4A) – Tri-Valley co-Player of the year & 2nd team all state at the 4A level. Harry averaged 17.7 points, 6.5 reboounds, 3.3 assists and 2.8 steals leading the White Buffaloes a Conference Championship and to their first State tournament since 2012.

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Milan Schimmel

MILAN SCHIMMEL –  Umatilla Confederate Tribes (5-foot-9 junior Guard, Pendleton High School) – The younger sibling of well known Shoni Schimmel a WNBA star & Jude Schimmel the former star at Louisville. Sante Fe high school player of the year (NM) will make her return to the Pacific NW this season. The versatile guard helped her team to the Native American Basketball Championship in Phoenix, AZ this past summer.

LYNDEN HARRY – Warm Springs Tribe (5-foot-5 junior Point Guard, Madras White Buffaloes 4A) – Tri-Valley co-Player of the year & 2nd team all state at the 4A level. Harry averaged 17.7 points, 6.5 reboounds, 3.3 assists and 2.8 steals leading the White Buffaloes a Conference Championship and to their first State tournament since 2012.

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JEANETTE JONES –  Comanche tribe (5-foot-11 junior Forward, Milwaukie Mustangs 5A) – The smaller of the sisters will hope to have breakout year stepping out of the shadow of sister Merrily Jones, who recently accepted a offer to play at Pacific University. Look for her to improve upon her season averages a year ago 5.5 points, 4.1 rebounds, 1.5 blocks & 1.4 steals per game after having a much better freshman campaign.

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Sisalee Parrish

SISALEE PARRISH – Klamath (5-foot-5 senior Guard, Henley Hornets 4A) – Guard that transferred in last year which naturally took time to get acclimated to her new team. Now that is out the way, look for this quick feisty guard to have a big final season for the Hornets.

CHEYDON HERKSHAN – Warm Springs (5-foot-11 freshman Forward, Madras White Buffaloes 4A) This aggressive young lady is drooling with potential. At 5’11 she posses a long skinny frame to go along with great athletic ability. If she can receive the proper coaching, training, & handle business in the classroom, she’ll be intriguing prospect for college coaches for the next several years.

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