Posted On: 01/31/20 12:06 PM

Class of 2021 guard Isabelle Delarue of Francis Howell North had a very eventful week on the basketball court.

Last Friday night, the 6’0” Delarue scored a game-high 25 points to lead the Knights to a 47-43 road victory over district rival Francis Howell. She made five 3-pointers in that victory.

A few days later, Delarue erupted for 37 points in a 67-58 loss to Troy. The 37-point outburst was a new school record at Francis Howell North for a single game.

A smooth shooting lefty, Delarue has been a consistent force on both ends of the court for the Knights since she entered the program as a freshman. Being a 6’0” perimeter player has given her a big advantage as a matchup problem.

“My height gives me a huge advantage,” she said. “As a guard, I’m able to beat my opponents defensively by blocking them and offensively it helps me to shoot above my defender as well as rebound.”

Her excellent play has earned her collegiate offers from Division II programs such as McKendree, Maryville and UMSL. She has also received interest from Lindenwood, College of Saint Rose and Upper Iowa.

She has excellent shooting range

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