2019-2020 High School Hoops – Five Guards in the Pacific Northwest
JANAE KALAMA – (5-foot-4 Senior Guard, North Thurston 3A) High IQ point guard that makes all the right decisions. Runs the offense well. I said it before, she’s great at creating and making shots in traffic. She was 3A SSC honorable mention a year ago, and is having her best season yet, averaging 13 points, 3.5 assists, five rebounds and 2.6 steals for the Lady Rams.
LAILA GREENE – (5-foot-6 Junior Guard, Neah Bay 1B) Her biggest asset is her motor. She often plays at different pace than her opponents. North Olympic League Defensive MVP and helped the Red Devils to a third-place finish at State. She is averaging 11 points, three assists, five rebounds, and 2.5 steals for the Lady Reds.
ASHLYN WALLACE – (5-foot-4 Junior Guard, Clarkston 2A) The Idaho commit can flat out score the ball. Wallace is on pace to hit well over 2,000 career points for the Bantams. She was the Great Northern League MVP 2A and All-State by the Associated Press a year ago.
JADA LIULAMAGA – (5-foot-6 Junior Guard, Yakama Tribal 1B) The reigning Greater Columbia Player of the Year is averaging 15 points, five assists, seven rebounds, and six steals. Strong, physical, all-around guard that plays the game the right way. Jada might play at the smallest classification, but rest assured, she can match-up with anyone in the State.
JOELNELL MOMBERG – (5-foot-8 Senior Guard, Mead 4A) University of Montana commit, Joelnell Momberg, joins Mead after transferring from Box Elder High School in Montana. Box Elder was coming off back to back State Championships. Great all-around point guard with tons of skill. She’s averaging 16 points for the Panthers.
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