Posted On: 02/13/20 11:40 AM

The 2019-20 high school basketball season in Raleigh is set to end in just a couple of weeks, but many players from the region have emerged as potential college prospects heading into the long offseason.

Below is a list of players who have positively impacted the season of their respective teams and have set milestones during the year.

Indya Nivar- So., Apex Friendship

Indya Nivar emerged as a contributor for the Apex Friendship Patriots by the end of her freshman year, where she put up 31 and 34 points against the Middle Creek Mustangs and the Holly Springs Golden Hawks during back to back victories at the end of February.

Now in her sophomore campaign, Nivar has continued to evolve her game by leading the Patriots with 25.4 points per game, 7.2 rebounds per game and 5.6 steals per game, all of which has helped the Patriots establish a comfortable lead in the South Wake Athletic 4A Conference with a 19-1 overall record.

Despite enduring some consistency issues at the beginning of the year, Nivar has come to life during the closing weeks of the regular season, with her highlights including a career-high of 42 points

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