Posted On: 09/18/19 3:49 PM

The Ryle Lady Raiders are not only the defending state champions but also go into this season as perhaps the odds-on favorite to once again be standing tall come March.  This is due to the fact that they return several of their most impactful players from last season. While senior Maddie Scherr leads the way as a favorite to win Miss Basketball, junior Brie Crittendon is also back and ready to take the next step towards establishing herself as a top player in the state.

A strong two-way player with a great motor, Crittendon can impact a game in many different ways,"My game is attacking the rim aggressively and trying to make open shots for my teammates. I shoot off the dribble and spot up," Crittendon said of her playing style. "However, my defense creates my offense. I play very well on-ball defense and create lots of opportunities for my teammates to steal the ball. I rebound and hustle for every ball." The 5'9" wing averaged a solid 11.6 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 2.1 steals per game last season, she really showed out in the state championship game, scoring 21 points on 7-10 shooting to go along with 3 steals.  This

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