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Schilling Farms is armed with one of the best 6th graders around with Jaida Roper. Roper plays defense and can she ever get down the floor on the break. She had 5 steals in the Jamboree. Roper is not alone at Schilling. 8th grade sensation Marissa Knox is no stranger to the area. Knox can get it done and to top it off they have a great coach in Patty Garner.
Khaila Prather was one who looked to be a force to recon with. Prather at 6'1 can do it all. She can bring it down the court, pass it, and rule the boards. She and her Arlington Bobcats will be out to make a run for the SCS Tournament. Just down the road a bit of course Shadowlawn is maintaining with Jasmine Cincore and Kayla Bolden, who are just 2 great players hands down.
Collierville looked like they will be competitors this year with the shooting of Sidney Smith and Amber Braxton, who both are intelligent athletes on the floor.
The biggest team of the day was Mount Pisgah with the Twin Towers in the Cowan Twins, Brittany and Breanna Cowan, and Aysha Harris made impressive showing against newcomer to Shelby County's League the Hawks of Highland Oaks where Rodrea Echols and Dariya Drew will be a force in the back court.