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Isalys's Puerto Rico National Team participated in the Women's Basketball World Cup. Isalys played against a tough Russia team but played very well having 17pts, 2 rebounds, 1 steal and 1 block!
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CARLSBAD — Pacific Ridge had barely tipped off against Orange Glen when 6-foot-4 Jenna Gorton caught a pass at the corner of the free-throw line, faked left, burst right, drove to the hoop and scored the first basket of the game. Immediately, Pacific Ridge head coach Sara Allard called timeout. Four Firebirds fans stood up, holding [...]
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In September 2018, at the opening game of the International Basketball Federation Women’s Basketball World Cup in Spain, the Puerto Rican national team—a first-time qualifier—took the floor against a seasoned Belgian squad. The Puerto Rican players were nervous and, after an early layup and foul shot, suffered a scoring drought of stupefying proportions. With a [...]
Alyssa Garcia and Julia Cariquitan are both a part of the success of the Cathedral Catholic girls basketball team.Shawn Lasalita2021-06-07T12:00:38-07:00
Alyssa Garcia and Julia Cariquitan are both a part of the success of the Cathedral Catholic girls basketball team. Alyssa, is a senior, so helps lead her team and is off to pursue neuroscience at TCU in the fall. Although Julia is only a junior, she has already made a difference by starting the Filipino [...]
A five-star player at Torrey Pines High, Sierra Campisano wanted to play college basketball at the highest level. She chose Oregon and in her two years in Eugene, the Ducks twice went to the Elite Eight. “Oregon is a fantastic place with great people, but it just wasn’t for me,” said Campisano, who played in [...]