The first ever Fall Frenzy proved to be a good one. Some of the Top girls programs from Orange County, Los Angeles, San Diego, and even Colorado came together to create a very competitive environment. Moving forward, expect this to be a premier girls event.
Fairmont Prep: The huskies came out of the weekend with a perfect 4-0 record. They have a young core that is lead by sophomores Adyra Rajan and Sarah Aldeguer. They play a very fast paced game, and can get big leads quick due to their elite three point shooting. This is definitely a team to keep an eye on this upcoming season.
Rancho Christian: A perfect 5-0 on the weekend, this team is loaded. They have a handful of new players, but their chemistry continues to improve each game. The Eagles are led by Julia Wilson who continues to show why she is a D1 prospect.
Moreno Valley: The Vikings style of play left teams in the dust this past weekend. They play with extreme intensity on both ends, and the duo of Bella Medina and Alayshia Mills helped drive them to a perfect 4-0 record.
Julia Wilson (Rancho Cucamonga): Julia showed she was a true D1 prospect all weekend. Great size and length with high level guard skills, she is a hassle to guard when she has the ball in her hands. She is very under control and uses her strength to her advantage.
Adyra Rajan (Fairmont Prep): Only a sophomore, she showed that she can get a bucket at all 3 levels. She can handle the ball well and is deadly off the catch and shoot. Her ability to make shots from deep spreads defenses out and opens up the floor for her teammates.
Carrington Davis (Rialto): Carrington showed that she can consistently get a bucket all weekend. She can hit shots from beyond the perimeter, but is also very comfortable getting downhill when the defense crowds her. She is definitely the main driver for a scrappy Rialto team.
Bella Medina (Moreno Valley): Bella brought in plenty of buckets while being the main driver of a very talented Moreno Valley team. Her aggressiveness on both ends of the floor creates hassles for the other team. She can score around the rim but is also comfortable from beyond the arc.
Samari Bankhead (Windward): Samari plays with a great motor on both ends of the floor. She can score around the rim at will and stays aggressive on the glass bringing in tons of rebounds. Defensively, she is a great presence, getting blocks and altering shots to allow Windward to get out in transition.