Miller is an absolute tough guard for anyone at any level. Measuring 6’4” and controlling the paint night in and night out, and combined with Jordyn Jenkins, JaQuaya can dominate a game. Averaging 16.3 pts/game and 10.6 reb/game, Miller is one of the best posts in Washington and another reason why Kentridge is a scary matchup for any 4A team.
Dalayah is turning heads on the West Side of the state, but that’s not the only place she’s turning them. After participating in some of the big post camps, she’s turning heads all around the West coast. A 6’4” Post that is tough to guard could mean trouble for the 3A teams come tournament time. Garfield’s only 2 losses have come out of state…Take notice Washington!
Jacinta is your do-it-all player who not only leads the team statistically, but is also the vocal leader you want on your team. A UNLV commit, Jacinta is averaging 18.5 pts/game and 12.9 reb/game. Jacinta is a smooth lefty who will lift you, drive to the hoop, and score from all angles. To add to the danger she brings, she can stroke the three just like LC’s guards.
Coming off a State Championship in 2018, the Tides are looking for Brynna to lead them to the promised land again. A scorer averaging 25.8 pts/game and 7.4 reb/game, Brynna will be the key to the success of the Gig Harbor run a playoffs.
Keeli was a huge factor to the Lady Wolves run in 2018 and will once again be a part of Eastlake’s 3-headed monster to try and win the Kingco league and make another run at State. Averaging 16.1 pts/game and 13.1 reb/game, Keeli is vital to the Lady Wolves chances of making that State Championship run.