Posted On: 12/21/20 6:00 PM

Everything is big in the Northwest Suburban Conference. With 14 teams and two divisions, it’s a big conference, and the schools themselves are almost all really big. And there are some big names, too, including the biggest name of all: Adalia McKenzie Adalia McKenzie 5'10" | CG Park Center | 2021 State #39 Nation MN , who is the #1-ranked senior in Minnesota. You’ll find the Illinois commit carrying the load at Park Center, which has undergone the biggest roster transformation among the traditional contenders in the Northwest Suburban Conference.

The Pirates have been one of the powers of the conference for a long time, a team full of talented athletes with a flair for the dramatic. And they have been a lot of fun to watch. This season, though, we don’t really know what to expect out of Brooklyn Park as the Pirates’ roster has been transformed by the graduation of starters Lauren Frost Lauren Frost 5'8" | CG Park Center | 2020 State MN (Omaha), Aaliyah Ragulen Aaliyah Ragulen 5'2" | PG Park Center | 2020 State MN (Seward CC) and Kayla Cox Kayla Cox 5'8" | CG Park Center | 2020 State MN (NIACC). Also departed is senior T’Naye Griffin T’Naye Griffin 6'0" | PF St. Louis Park | 2021 State MN (to St. Louis Park), sophomore Aniyah Reuben Aniyah Reuben 5'10" | SF Minnehaha Academy | 2023 State MN (to Minnehaha Academy) and freshman sensation Liv McGill Liv McGill 5'7" | CG Hopkins | 2024 State MN (to Hopkins).

But there’s still Adalia, a dynamic offensive talent who can score the basketball

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