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Monday, 26 September 2016
Rick Bolus Louisville Fall Showcase
Topic: Basketball






Written by Ron Harrison



This was an excellent one day event with some very talented ladies in attendance.  5-10 Sr. Taylor Drury Eastern Pekin IN was named Showcase MVP and is a versatile scorer who can get to the rim or hit the outside jumper.  5-4 Sr. Shila Calbert Nelson County Bardstown KY was named Showcase Runner-Up MVP and is a quick passing point guard with great court vision.  The Best Underclassman was 5-9 Jr. Alexis Nelson St. Francis Louisville KY gets to the rim and can score points in a hurry.  5-9 Fr. Whitney Hay Elizabethtown KY is a scorer with versatile all around skills.  6-2 Jr. Kennedy Musselman Rochester IN is an inside scorer and rebounder who punishes you inside on both ends of the court.  5-6 So. Aaliyah Hampton Christian County Hopkinsville KY is a strong two way point guard.  5-5 Jr. Meridith Deckard Martinsville IN is a combo guard and a deadly shooter.  5-8 So. Haley Southerland Lincoln County Stanford KY is a swingman with excellent skills.  5-7 8th Grade Harley Paynter East Carter Middle Grayson KY don’t let her youth deceive you, this combo guard can play and has an outstanding future.  5-5 Jr. Breanna Anthony Eastern Louisville KY is a PG who scores, finds the open teammate, and handles the ball.


5-9 Jr. Hannah Wolford Martinsville IN is a combo forward who is an outstanding shooter.  5-8 Jr. Kathleen Scott Bullitt East Mt. Washington KY is a two guard with a deadly stroke.  5-7 Sr. Mya Schrembs Green County Greensburg KY is a crafty combo guard and an excellent scorer.  6-0 Jr. Savannah Holt East Hickman Lyles TN is a long wing forward with good skills.  5-11 Jr. Elly Nash Booneville MS is a swingman with great versatility.  5-9 Jr. Taylor Cromer South Laurel London KY is a two guard with a smooth shooting stroke.  6-0 So. Lauren Boblitt Anderson County Lawrenceburg KY plays tough inside and is developing perimeter skills, has an excellent upside.  5-5 So. Maddy Boyle Lincoln County Stanford KY is an excellent playmaker who shots the ball well.  5-5 Sr. Lauren Masden Bullitt East Mt. Washington KY is a cerebral point guard who can do a little of everything.  5-9 Fr. Kaylee Mathis Clay County Manchester KY is a varsity veteran who has already tallied 686 points and is a crafty lefty who is a versatile scorer.


5-11 Jr. Sierra Graham Bullitt Central Shepherdsville KY is a combo forward who can score and rebound.  5-4 So. Alyssa Howie Spencer County Taylorsville KY is a combo guard who can handle the ball and shoot.  6-0 So. Mackenzie Keelin Owensboro Catholic Owensboro KY is a versatile wing who can shoot the ball and runs the floor well.  5-11 So. Addison Loy Russell County Russell Springs KY is a scoring combo forward.  5-7 Jr. Byanca Powell North Hardin Radcliff KY is a scoring point guard with great athleticism.  5-9 Jr. Sam Babey Assumption Louisville KY don’t play H.O.R.S.E. with this versatile wing, she can shoot the ball.  5-6 So. Gracee Dishman Cumberland County Crossville TN guard can light up the scoreboard.  5-3 Jr. Chelsea Carter 5-3 Jr. West Washington Campbellsburg IN is a guard with great range on her shot.  6-0 So. Kaitlynn Wilks Lincoln County Stanford KY PF/C has advanced post moves for her age.  6-0 So. Tedeja Marshall North Hardin Radcliff KY is a diamond-in-the rough post player with an excellent upside.  5-8 Sr. Shelby Davis South Laurel London KY has solid skills and works hard to be a “lock down” defender.


The list does not stop here as there were several other players at all age levels who impressed today, I just mentioned a few.  The skills, attitudes, and work ethics were apparent as this was a very busy day and all the girls worked extremely hard.  Also, a shout out to the parents who are the unsung heroes at these events and I know from experience these bleacher seats get hard after a ten hour day.  I will be releasing a complete event report later this week.

Posted by REH at 7:05 PM EDT
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