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West Salem vs Onalaska Player Evaluations

11/19/2021, 12:15pm CST
By Chuck Thompson

West Salem

Taneea Henderson

-When many players would force the issue when faced with a strong on-ball opponent with constant help, Henderson made the right read and found open teammates for looks. Henderson plays every possession with a high energy level. She finished with 4 points, but her impact on the game as a facilitator was evident. Strong two-way player who could make an early impact at the college level with her hoops IQ, high motor and strong frame.

 

Ella Jordan

-Jordan finished with 17 points on the evening, playing a steady game throughout. She showed quality shooting range off of both wings with a pair of threes. She has a lean build, but is willing to attack on drives, highlighted by a baseline moves, one getting a layup and another leading to a converted short jumper. D2 or high D3 level talent.

 

Megan Johnson

-The Freshman certainly made herself known coming off the bench in the first half and doing most of her damage there on the way to an 18 point effort. Runs the floor well, as evidenced by her three transition scores. Impressed with her shooting as well, knocking down threes off the right wing and left corner. Works hard on the defensive glass. Bright future ahead for the talented youngster.

 

Onalaska

Anna Skemp

-Very few kids make the evals based solely on defense, but Skemp is a player that even if she had gone scoreless, made a huge impact on the game with her defense and passing. She did have 9 points as well, including a baseline 3 pointer. The other 6 of her points came off of steals, leading to scores for herself including a nice coast to coast finish. Scholarship level talent.

 

Tatum Walters

-Walters had a strong debut for the Hilltoppers, finishing with a team-best 10 points coming off the bench. After getting her feet wet a bit in the first half, Walters did all the scoring in the 2nd half, including connecting on a trio of three pointers. She hit a pair of them from the left corner as Onalaska tried to rally late, and a third in transition. As she puts on more size she will translate into a scholarship level player.

 

Sidney Fillbach

-Fillbach is a player to keep an eye on as I feel she will improve a lot as the season goes on. Finished with 9 points on the night. Did her damage primarily running the floor and finishing with 6 of her points on transition scores. Has three point shooting range, but didn't hit in this one, but will definitely factor into her game moving forward. Another talented Onalaska young talent who's a potential scholarship player.

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