Posted On: 05/12/19 3:57 PM

Playing on a top-tier high school varsity team as a Freshman can bring a lot of pressure or stress to a student-athlete who is so young. While that may have occurred at times, you wouldn’t be able to tell by watching Fremd’s Brianna Wooldridge out on the court. Wooldridge helped lead her team to a remarkable 29-5 overall record and a perfect 10-0 in conference play. The team, that returns nearly every player, lost in the Sectional Championship this past season, and is sure to make noise once again.

Brianna, a 6’2’’ Forward, is a match-up nightmare in the post. Her height and strength alone are tough to compete against, but when you add her post moves and touch at the rim, she becomes nearly unstoppable.

In her own words, Brianna says that her “left hand, driving, and ball handling as a post are some things that I am very comfortable doing right now. My coach, Heather, makes me do a lot of the stuff I don’t necessarily want to do so that I get more comfortable with them throughout high school.”

So far, that hard work has paid off. For her size and position, Brianna can take care of

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