Posted On: 04/11/21 9:59 AM

Day two of the PGH Race for the Legacy in Waukesha, WI is in the books and we had several more standout performances. The event is loaded with talented players across the board, and I expect we’ll see even more big-time performances from this group on day three. Here are some players that deserve recognition after the second day of games:

2025 Anisa Barnett, 5’5” Guard, CBA U14-Gold D’Amato

An athletic Combo Guard who scores the ball from anywhere on the floor, Barnett did an excellent job of attacking the lane and finishing strong at the basket. Anisa is a reliable ball-handler who moves confidently through traffic and uses great court vision to find open teammates.

2026 Nataya Donaldson, 5’8” Guard, Wisconsin Impact

Donaldson is a lengthy Shooting Guard with the well-rounded skill set to make a big impact on both ends of the floor. Nataya shoots the ball well from deep and uses her length to finish around the rim and defend a variety of players on defense.

2025 Addison Miranda, 5’7” Guard, Wisconsin Shooters

A physical Shooting Guard who is a natural scorer at all levels, Miranda put on an impressive offensive display throughout day two. Addison

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