Posted On: 11/29/18 10:29 AM

Archbishop Murphy High School Girl's Basketball team has been on a great run for the last few years. Basketball is a team game, but there is no debate that current senior Emily Rodabaugh has been a driving force behind the program's most recent success. The private Catholic school located in Everett (30 miles north of Seattle) has been to the 2A State Tournament each of the last two seasons, including a second place finish last season. The 2A State Tournament MVP? That would be Emily Rodabaugh.

At 6 feet tall, Emily has a fine tuned skill set that she has spent countless hours perfecting. She is capable of running some possessions at the one, or playing off the ball at the two/three positions. This did not come over night, but her grind turned up to new levels when she started working with Seattle-based trainer, Cartiea French-Toney. When they first started working together, Emily had no offers and was hungry to prove herself as a D1 talent. The stories of her running every single step at the Alaska Airlines Center at the University of Washington could make someone break a sweat just hearing about it. The recruitment eventually gained momentum and

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