SLEEPER RECRUIT ALL AMERICA BASKETBALL GAME

SLEEPER RECRUIT ALL AMERICA BASKETBALL GAME

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TEAM WHITE  DEFEATS TEAM GRAY AT THE INAUGURAL GAME

Dallas, Texas (April  1, 2017) – Though Team White prevailed over Team Gray 89-88 Saturday evening, the final score was a indication of how  fiercely competitive play was during the 2017 SleeperRecruit  All-American Game at Paul Quinn College in Dallas, Texas. The game was  held during the Women’s Final Four Weekend  and featured top high school talent from across the country.

Gabby Connally lead the White Team with 24 points and took home the MVP award, which came as no surprise to University of Georgia fans who will see her on their team next year.

For Team Gray , University of Connecticut signee Lexi Gordon led the way with 24 points while Qadashah Hoppie , a future St John’s  player, contributed 18 points  and Texas A&M commit, Kayla Wells, added 16 points.

Two Most Valuable Players were recognized at the conclusion of the game. Gabby Connally was honored as the Team White  MVP, while Lexi Gordon was named the MVP of Team Gray

Team White Total: 89 points

Anana whitfield a SMU commit added 13 points

Gabby Connally  a Georgia  commit added 24 points

Milicia Reid  a Ole Miss  commit added 4 points

Mael Gilles a Rutgers commit added 11 points

Deja Church a Michigan  commit added 13 points

Kayla Owens a UCLA commit added 14 points

Breyenne Bellerand  a James Madison commit added 10 points

Team Gray Total: 88 points

Destiny Harden  a WVirginia commit added 6 points

Jo’nah Johnson a Central Oklahoma commit added 7 points

Kayla wells a Texas A&M commit added 16 points

Selena Philoxy a Seton Hall commit added 7 points

Ana Lianusa a Oklahoma commit added 1 point

Destiny pitts a Minnesota commit added 7 points

Qadaahah hoppie a St John commit added 18 points

Lexi Gordon a UCONN commit added 24 points

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