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Arrowhead 62, Neenah 54 (Player Evaluations)

11/29/2021, 5:15pm CST
By Chuck Thompson


Bella Samz (5'8" 2023 Combo Guard, Wisconsin Lakers)

-Division I level talent had a team-hgih 23 points in the win. Hit five 3s on the day, with 3 coming in the first half. Excellent shooter on the move, gets her feet set and the ball in the pocket quickly, as evidenced in her pull-up and floater attacks. Equally effective working from either Guard spot. Also does a good job attacking the glass, especially on offensive end.


Alaina Harper (6'3" 2022 Forward, Wisconsin Lakers, Grand Canyon Commit)

-Played well throughout, despite being bothered by some foul trouble beginning early in the game. Can work as a true interior post, but has the three point range, as evidenced by her two triples, to pull opposing bigs away from the basket. Really impressed with the job she does working off the left block in the half court setting.


Taylor Thimmesch (5'9" 2024 Guard, Wisconsin Lakers)

-Thimmesch gave Arrowhead three players in double-figures, tallying 11, including an impressive 8 point 2nd half. Has three point range off of both wings. Attacks enough to keep defenses honest, and converted 3 of 4 free throws. Had a beautiful leak-out in the press break to ice away the win for Arrowhead.



Allie Ziebell (6'0" 2024 Wing, Wisconsin Flight Elite)

-One of the top 2024 prospects, not only regionally, but nationally with her smooth offensive arsenal. Had 20 of her game-high 25 points in the first half as Neenah led much of the way. Connected from the arc 5 times. Possesses a lethal pull-up jumper and comes off screens tight creating space. Can score at all levels and balances out her attacks.


Shelby Roth (5'10" 2023 Guard)

-Gave Neenah a second player in double-digits with 11, playing well in both halves. Shows nice mid-range touch in the 15-17 foot range, converting once from the free throw line, another off the left baseline. Sounds rebounder for her position. Was able to isolate smaller defenders for looks off the low block.

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