With a venue as large as Run 4 the Roses, there were hundreds of players who performed well. In this article we look at more of the 2025 players who had standout performances.
Saige McCloud 5’11 PF/C (Tre Mann 2025 Elite}. McCloud put in some nice performances at Run 4 the Roses, including a 24 point- 10 rebound performance on the final day of the tournament. McCloud also had a 10-point -9 rebound performance in the tournament. The soon to be Sophomore plays hard in the middle and is strong and athletic and very active on the court
Zion McCrae, G 5’4″ (Tre Mann 2025 Elite) performed well on the big stage at Run 4 the Roses. Offensively, last year’s FACA District player of the year had a 14-point game, a 12-point game, and a 9-point game. McCrae was also special on the Defensive end, playing almost like a safety at times. She repeatedly erased mistakes with an intercepted pass or steal after her team had turned the ball over.
Bre Behn, G (ECU Gulfcoast 2025) had the offensive game going at Run 4 the Roses. Behn had an 18-point performance, a 20-point game, and a 12-point game with 7 assists. Behn can score at all levels and is a play maker for herself and teammates.
, G (ECU Gulfcoast 2025) had a productive Run 4 the Roses, scoring 13, 19, 17, and 11 points in 4 games. Ivery can put the ball in the basket and her pure shooting opens up the floor for her teammates.
Aly Bonilla, SG 5’8″ (ECU Family 2025) (pictured left) On the final day of Run 4 the Roses, Bonilla had the three-ball working, knocking down at least three. Bonilla also did a good job handling the ball.
Annette Castro F (ECU Gulfcoast 2025). Casto had some nice numbers at Run 4 the Roses, including a 19 point – 10 rebound effort game effort game the tournament.