Women's Players of the Week (Week #3)
Kristina Schumacher, Everett
Kristina is a freshman guard from Lake Stevens HS. Last week against Skagit Valley and Seattle, she led Everett in scoring with 24 and 27 points respectively. In their overtime victory against Skagit Valley, Schumacher scored five of Everett's 10 points in overtime and provided the assist on the winning three-pointer. She has a 3.88 GPA, is well liked by her teammates and is described by the staff at Everett as "well liked by all her teammates, always happy with a smile on her face, hard worker, very determined to do the best she can, verywillingto help the people around her."
She is currently third in scoring for the Northern region averaging 18.8 points per game.
Chelsie Morrison, Yakima Valley
Chelsie is a sophomore guard from Central Catholic High School. Last week, she helped the Yaks rebound from their first league loss with victories over Treasure Valley and Blue Mountain. Morrison had games with 17 and 22 points respectively to lead the Yaks. Coach Cody Butler states "Chelsie epitomizes what a team player should be; she places individual stats secondary to team wins. Her role on the team could be just a scorer, but she is an unselfish leader that makes her teammates better every practice and game." In the Eastern Region, she eighth in scoring (13.2 ppg), ninth in total rebounds (6.0 rpg) and third in steals (3.0 spg).
Vanessa McCormick, Lower Columbia
In a match-up of undefeated teams in the Western Region, Lower Columbia defeated Tacoma to take sole possession of the lead in the West thanks in large part to the play of McCormick. A sophomore guard from North Pole High School, McCormick had 23 points, 10 rebounds, three assists and two steals against the Titans.
Shelby Stevens, Lane
Shelby is a sophomore guard from Willamette High School. Last week she led the Titans over the undefeated Clackamas with 32 points, eight rebounds and three steals. The win gave Lane sole possession of first place in the Southern Region. In the Southern Region, Stevens is third in scoring (19.3 ppg) and fourth in free throw percentage (86.2%).