Posted On: 12/14/18 4:37 PM

Montezuma is one of the more talented teams in Iowa, and sophomore Elise Boulton in one of many college prospects on the team.

The 5-foot-5 guard is currently PGHIA’s 18th-ranked 2021, and is the highest ranked 1A player in her class. She’s known for her sharpshooting, but has been working to diversify her skill-set.

“I would definitely consider my strength to be as a shooter, but I would also say that I can do other things, such as ball-handling or just provide a calming presence there on the floor,” said Boulton.

“I’m trying to work on my driving game and trying to pick up my defensive game. I would say I need to get better at putting the ball on the floor and getting to the hoop to draw some contact.”

Boulton played the point guard spot last season for a Montezuma team that went 20-4 and made the state tournament. As a sophomore this season, she’s back on the wing.

Through eight games, the Braves are 7-1, Boulton is averaging 10.5 points and 20 rebounds.

“My role is to be a shooter and

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