Posted On: 12/3/19 7:58 AM
When Aniyah Finger of Hopewell goes 13-23 from the field and scores 31 points as she did in Saturday's victory over the Burlington School, it's easy to recognize her value. Though, what about the subtle foot soldiers who quietly do the little things crucial to victory? Although most of these ladies weren't the headliners for their teams, their respective contributions were invaluable to their teams' success this past weekend at the CHC.
- Marlow Chapman - Providence. The 5'10" Senior Forward was huge in the first half as Providence Day jumped out to an early 16-7 advantage. Chapman kept the Panthers in the game with timely baseline jumpers and a great overall floor game. She did just enough to help Providence survive until the big guns took over and carried them home.
- Eva Butler - Providence. The 5'7" Sophomore Guard is silky smooth and plays much older than her age would indicate she should. She was the primary reason Providence was able to overcome a 29-28 halftime deficit and start the 3rd quarter on a game deciding 14-0 run. She hit a huge three and had multiple steals during the run hat sealed PD's fate.
- Anastasia Sinclair - South Mecklenburg High School.