Posted On: 02/10/20 7:53 PM

Some of the state's best players, including two Division I commit's and perhaps the state's top sophomore, took the court Saturday night in Fremont when the top-ranked Millard South Patriots visted the Tigers in front of a full house at Fremont High.  Millard South led the game almost wire to wire, but a game of runs left the Tigers down six with 90 seconds left.  A lightning fast 10-0 run in the last 1:30 (with a couple of unforced errors in desperation) led to a 77-59 victory for Millard South, which allowed them to run their record to 21-0.  This will not be the last time that these two high powered squads match up with a lot on the line the next few years.

I saw Millard South play earlier this year, and I want to give a quick update on their underclassmen:

Cora Olsen (5'8" Freshman, Millard South): An athletic perimeter player who hunts shots, Olsen attacks off the bounce well and back door cuts with great explosion.  She reads defenses well and hunts shots, looking to score on every touch.  She has very good length and attacks the ball well, getting alot of tips on defense.  Averaging 8.6 points

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