Posted On: 04/10/21 8:10 AM

Day one of the PGH Race for the Legacy in Waukesha, WI is in the books and we already have standout performances after just three rounds of games. The event is loaded with talented players across the board, and I expect we’ll see some big-time performances throughout day two. Here are some players that deserve recognition after the first day of games:

2025 Susan Vokes, 5’9” Forward, Wisconsin Blizzard 2025 Baumgart

Vokes is a strong Forward who dominates in the lane with her ability to score through contact and bring down rebounds at a high rate. Susan consistently plays under control and is a tough defender, using her strength in the post to limit easy looks for opposing players.

2026 Clare Weasler, 5’4” Guard, Wolverinas 2025

Weasler is a skilled Point Guard who handles the ball with good confidence in traffic. Clare can knock down shots from three, but really thrives at attacking the lane and using a variety of moves to get past defenders and create open looks at the rim.

2026 Greta Thompson, 5’7” Guard, Wolverinas 2025

A lengthy Shooting Guard who has an intriguing skill set on offense, Thompson shows potential as a three level scorer

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