Here are other names you should be familiar with – players that have made a splash last season and look to continue to do so this season.is slippery guard with moves whereas is a superb shooter on the perimeter. Riley Ha is a lightning quick guard for Lake Oswego who is also a track and field star. Kamaila and Malia Waiwaiole are two piercing guards that share the same last name and style of play.
2023 5’5” PG Tigard HS – nifty guard that has a lot of evasiveness to her game. Has the ability to stop on a dime, which creates a lot of shift moves going to the basket. Good shooter who can either knock it down or pump fake to the basket. Active defensively with good awareness. Has a sixth sense for finding teammates in scoring seems. Also a talented golfer.
2025 5’5” PG Jefferson HS – highly skilled guard who is incredibly active on the perimeter – on both ends of the floor. Very accurate shooter who takes and makes a lot of shots from three-point land. Defensively very active, as she likes to trap and accumulate steals in the full-court trap. Also can take it to the basket in a hurry.
Riley Ha 2025 5’7” SG Lake Oswego HS – energetic guard that runs on seemingly full the entirety of the game. Excellent in transition, pushes the ball in a hurry and finishes even quicker. Member of the Lake Oswego 4 x 400 relay team that won the 6A state team title. Uses her track skills well on the hardwood, defensively pressuring the opposition into mistakes.
Kamakila Waiwaiole 2024 5’10” SG Cleveland HS – uptempo guard that is always looking for an edge defensively on her opponent. In transition, she finishes with quickness. Half-court setting, she is swift in the paint and finishes in a hurry. Knows how to force turnovers and capitalizes on the other end of the floor. Sharp shooter who lets it go without hesitation.
Malia Waiwaiole 2024 5’11” SF Cleveland HS – no you’re not seeing double – well maybe you are. On the account that Malia plays strikingly similar to her sister counterpart. A savvy shooter that will make you pay for leaving her open. Defensively always trying to make plays, whether that is the transition block or steal. The only difference is that she is a lefty.