Posted On: 02/1/20 3:09 PM

Every team has roles that certain players need to fill.

Pueblo Central High School's Jocelyn Marquez doesn't like to be stuck to just one.

The Wildcats senior has proven her ability to score, create for others and turn defense into offense over the course of her four years in Pueblo Central blue.

Now in her senior season, she ranks fourth in the South-Central League in scoring with 12.6 a game and a league leading 5.1 steals a contest.

"Jocelyn also knows what kind of player she has to be that game," Wildcats senior Abby Gridley said. "She knows if she has to be a shooter, she'll take on that role. She knows if she has to be a passer if she's not hitting her shot so it's really nice to have her."

Pueblo Central's Jocelyn Marquez, right, takes a shot while Pueblo South's Jada Dupree defends.

Marquez has shown the ability to create her own shot using a bag of tricks she has in her ball handling, which also tends to open some lanes to the basket for an easy bucket.

When those lanes get clogged, Marquez has

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