Posted On: 03/2/20 8:50 PM

On Monday, March 2nd, the Millennium Tigers defeated the Sunrise Mountain Mustangs in dominating fashion at the 2020 5A state championship game. It was a good game that showed us a lot about both teams. Let's take some time to review some of the biggest takeaways from the game.

Who will step up following the departure of Alexandra Zelaya and Jasmine Singleton?

Zelaya and Singleton have been a huge factor in the team's continued success. This season, Zelaya set the single season scoring record for Millennium, while Singleton set the record for the most steals and assists. Both of their presence on the court will be missed next season, but who will step up in their absence?

Who will step up for Sunrise Mountain with the departure of Teryn Demaree?

Demaree was the player who did most of the work on the court for Sunrise Mountain in the game. Demaree was the team's leading scorer, finishing with 16 points, the only one to reach double digits in the game.

Trayanna Crisp and Kassidy Dixon have the potential to be the next dynamic duo for Millennium

Next year, Crisp will be a junior and Dixon will be a senior,

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