Posted On: 02/10/20 8:35 PM

Ever Hear "What Just Happened?" from fellow spectators? Or, watched an exquisitely timed pass graze or glance off a wide-open player, who was blissfully unaware that anytime on the BB court a pass is possible?

PGH Salutes "Wizards And Magicians," the gifted artists of the hardwood who create clean scoring opportunities, always staying in a shuffle/repeat cycle.

On the other hand, most wizards are also obsessive thieves, ready to steal face-to-face, from behind, and run away. Who behaves like this? Let's meet the talent up close.

Zoey Wohlleber, Waubay/Summit - Check NFHS video replays, and you'll marvel at her snap release from either hand, bounced or lobbed, to the open shooter. Sneaky handles, coupled with darting feints and jerky moves, do open lanes and windows that appear mystical until the video is re-run. Then, you understand the talent at work.

Rylee Haldeman, West Central - Already known as the fastest hands west of the Pecos  Minnesota, Haldeman's return to the West Central line-up is a spark welcomed and needed by the Trojans. Her steals must average 5+ per game, usually off pressure traps - Boom - Gone. Her drives result in

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