Jordan Sullivan (6.7 ppg, 5.2 rpg) and Torry Hill (6.3 ppg, team-high 123 assists) will be the team’s lone seniors next winter and the only returning starters.
Kellie Cole, Maggie Rickman and Carly Selvig, all juniors to be, and Hannah Doran, McCalle Feller and Shanae Gilham, all sophomores to be, are also returning letter winners.
Haley Vining, Molly Klinker, DJ Reinhardt and Rachel Staudacher will all be coming off redshirt seasons. Vining will be in her third year in the program, Klinker, Reinhardt and Staudacher will be in their second.
New players coming in:
Mekayla Isaak (6-2, forward/center, Bend, Ore.): Isaak was named Class 5A all-state as a junior and senior after leading Bend High to back-to-back Oregon state tournaments. She was the Intermountain Conference player of the year as a junior and senior.
Alycia Sims (6-3, forward/center, Stevensville, Mont.): Sims led Stevensville High to its first state tournament in 15 years last season while averaging 18.5 points and 9 rebounds per game. She was named Class A all-state for the third straight year.
Kayleigh Valley (5-11, forward, Spokane, Wash.): Valley was named the state’s Class 3A player of the year by the Washington State Girls’ Basketball Coaches Association. She was also named all-state by the AP and Seattle Times and the Greater Spokane League MVP after averaging 16.9 points on 54-percent shooting, 10.1 rebounds and 3.4 assists for University High. Last month Valley represented Washington at the Northwest Shootout all-star game in Portland.
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