Posted On: 02/9/20 9:11 PM

As I was back out on the New Jersey girls' high school basketball circuit this past week, things really started to heat up as the end of the regular season draws near, with county tournaments mixed in, while players make their case as far as who deserves to get more hardwood shine.

Here are five hoopsters that are kicking up their claim for more basketball notary.

Daniella Jambrina, Guard, Villa Walsh 

Jambrina is one of the reasons why Villa Walsh Academy is enjoying a terrific season at 14-4.

She has 10 double-digit scoring outputs in 18 games and scored a team-high 20 points in a 52-40 loss against Morris Catholic last week.

Jambrina is long and strong, with the ability to knock down shots from three-point land.

The senior guard does a lot of little things well: plays solid defense, fights for the rock, and is a good team player.

Tess Ford, Guard, Chatham 

Ford is one of those players that stats don’t always tell the true story of just how good of a player she is; The junior possesses a lot of intangibles that has helped the Lady Cougars to a 14-4 mark.

But the 5’, 6” guard can

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