Posted On: 11/26/19 8:00 AM
The Bullitt East Hooparama the first chance for us to see a lot of the top talent in the state. This year, in particular, featured many of the top players in the state looking to start the year strong. While it is technically a preseason scrimmage, the high level of talent creates an extremely competitive, game-like, atmosphere. Here are some of the players who played the best at this year's Hooparama.
Kendall Wingler, Meade County- The clear standout in the day's earliest scrimmage, Wingler had a chance to show off all her offensive skills. She was able to both get to the rim and knock down shots from outside, seeming to be in complete control of the game all the while. While the senior guard did tend to pick up her dribble a little too often, she was always able to make good passes and get herself out of difficult situations.
Maddie Scherr, Ryle- While she clearly has a bevy of skills and athletic ability, what really stood out on Saturday was Scherr's basketball IQ. She consistently made smart passes and took advantage of every hole she saw in a tough Bullitt East defense. On the defensive end, she was incredibly active