Posted On: 03/27/20 3:23 PM

A few days ago, we had the first half of the dynamic freshmen from the 2020 state tournament; today, we take a look at another batch of young players that had a big impact on their squads run to Lincoln this March.

Ashlyn Kingsbury (5’11", Ponca): Kingsbury is one of the best young shooters in the state.  She has a very quick release on her outside shot.  She has the ability to drive right and score some, but is a little bit one dimensional right now. For Kingsbury to move up from prospective Division II player, her ballhandling skills and free throw shooting need to get better. She has good but not great athleticism, so if she can work on her ball handling and explosiveness, Kingsbury, who average 11 points a game this year, has a chance to really make her mark over the next few years.

Gracie Woods (5’11", Grand Island Central Catholic):  Woods has good size and strength. She has excellent range and is a threat to score all over the floor including the three point line. She contributed six points and 3.5 rebounds a night while being surrounded by some outstanding teammates, but she will need to

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