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Three Rivers Girls Basketball Players to Watch – Presented by Arkansas Verdigris Valley Health Centers

Jordas McClish – Eufaula She does all the little things well for her team. McClish gives 100% in everything she does. And she is a very good defender and rebounder. 

Kenzi Snell – Fort Gibson Kenzi will start at the shooting guard position. She is a tremendous leader that is capable of playing multiple positions because of her basketball IQ. She has really dedicated herself to strength and conditioning workouts and is an awesome mentor to the younger kids in the program. 

Melania Paniagua – Gans She always has a positive attitude, works hard and is a great leader. She keeps the team in check and helps encourage them to do their very best. The team functions very well with Melania as the captain. 

Lynzi Kelley – Haskell Lynzi has started at point guard all four years of her high school career and she has averaged around fifteen points per game. She is a very good athlete and she plans to play college softball. She is just an all-around great athlete but most importantly a great leader to her teammates and classmates, carrying a 4.0 GPA. 

Grace Nail – Hilldale Grace is a very athletic and hard-working young lady. She excels in track and soccer as well as basketball. She works hard and puts her best effort into everything that she does. 

Abby Huie – Howe Very good shooter who has also become a good defender. Very good hands-on defense that are constantly deflecting the basketball or getting steals. 

Sadie Chambers – Hulbert Sadie is a very talented freshman guard. She has an elite skill set, a great work ethic, and is super competitive. She will make the team competitive from the moment she steps on the court. 

Bailey Davis – Keys Davis has been a key player for the junior varsity team her freshmen and sophomore seasons and is taking steps in the right direction to break her way into the starting lineup for varsity and is expected to contribute a lot offensively and defensively this season. 

Bailey Bennett – McCurtain She has the most varsity experience on the team. She can shoot the three and get to the basket. She will need to be an example for the younger players. 

Maddie Moore & Kaleah Barnett – Morris Both are tremendous people and players. They do everything you need to have a successful season. 

Kiki Wight – Muldrow Kiki is a solid athlete and basketball player. She continues to get better and better. She works hard every day and makes everyone around her better. 

Bianca Mcvay – Muskogee Bianca is an amazing perimeter shooting guard with impeccable character. She is a streaky shooter, who is a student of the game and has a high basketball IQ and immeasurable court awareness. As a team captain, Bianca is the heartbeat of the team who has integrity and holds her teammates accountable. 

Teagan James – Okay Teagan is as energetic as possible. She will be the one diving on the floor, getting steals on defense and doing all of the little things that no one wants to do. 

Addy Bean – Okemah Addy is has recovered from ACL surgery and brings a lot to the table. She is capable of guarding a post or a perimeter player and capable of going inside or playing outside. Good, positive leader that the other girls look up too. 

Bekah Bunch – Oktaha The only senior on the team, Bekah brings toughness and leadership to the team. She can play inside or come out as well. 

Krista Dotson – Panama Krista is the glue that holds her team together on the court. She is the point guard and makes great decisions both on offense and defense. 

Kylee Smith – Pocola Kylee is an outstanding defender and she is very physical around the rim on offense. She works hard on a daily basis and is also a very intelligent player on both sides. 

Kelsi Kilgore – Porter Kelsi put in a lot of work at summer pride and made some really good improvements to her strength and agility. She looks to have an outstanding season. 

Adrianne Wilson – Preston Adrianne is a tough, all around player. She can shoot it, drive it, rebound, and brings energy defensively. She is a hard working senior that is determined to get this team where they want to be. 

Ellie Martin – Sallisaw Ellie is a key part of this team and will play a big role in their success this season. 

Raegan Gist – Spiro This will be Raegan’s fourth year of playing varsity basketball, so she is very seasoned and experienced. She helps to bring calmness to the younger players as they look up to her as an upperclassman. She has had to play a primary ball-handling role in previous years. This year she will move to an off-guard or wing spot which should better fit her skill set. 

Madi Jones – Stigler Jones is entering her junior season for the Lady Panthers. Madi finished up last season as the Defensive Player of the Year, Black Diamond All-Conference selection, first team SNS honors. She led the team with over five steals a game and shot over 50% from the field and over 40% from the three-point line. 

Shannon Catron – Stilwell She is a great athlete that plays the post. She should be a force this season. 

Talyn Dick – Tahlequah Talyn will be a key contributor this season. She has a nice outside shot and can handle the ball when needed. 

Maci Smith – Vian Maci is the only senior on the team and can be seen as the glue of the team. She played in the majority of the games last season and is a very hard worker. She is a vocal leader and is always encouraging her teammates on and off the floor. 

Gracie Burckhartzmeyer – Wagoner Gracie is a junior, she averaged 10 points per game last season. She is a 2 year starter as a freshman she averaged 9.0 points per game. She is a slasher type of scorer. She can get to the rim, when she needs to, she can also shoot the 3 point. She has a quick first step and can handle the ball if we need her too. She is an excellent free throw shooter as well. She works hard and has plans to play at the next level. 

Jordan Jackson – Warner Jordan was the point guard last year and stepped up big as a freshman. She was the third leading scorer, averaging over ten points per game along with being an outstanding defender. Jordan is a leader on and off the court. She is a mentally tough player and gives all-out effort every time she steps on the court. 

Anistyn Garner – Webbers Falls Anistyn is a multi-sport athlete that also excels at track. She will look to have a big season and be a leader on the team. 

Lexi Masters – Westville She is a silent leader that leads by example and she will always be one of the most athletic players on the floor. Her teammates look up to her and look at her for direction in any situation. She is a great player, student, and even better person. 

Kalyn Forsythe – Wilson Kalyn does a lot of great things on and off the floor. She led the team in rebounding and was second on the team in scoring last season. She should have an outstanding season. 

Janelle Proctor – Wilson-Henryetta Janelle is a quick and saavy guard who controls the tempo for her team. She averaged 15 points as a freshman and will look to increase that number this year. She also averaged eight assists. 

Kinley Branscum – Wister A good player but an even better person. She can shoot the ball very well from the outside, as well as get to the rim and make the right play. Looking for her to step up big time this year as a leader. 

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