Friday Night At PSB Spring Showdown

Friday Night At PSB Spring Showdown
PSB Spring Showdown

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SUWANEE, Ga., - The opening night of the 2015 travel circuit kicked off at the PSB Spring Showdown. The tournament started with exhibition games on Friday evening. Teams from all over the Southeast received competitive gameplay all while being evaluated by the staff. Here are a few of the notable names from the tournament’s opening night.

Class of 2018 point guard Lexie Sengkhammee of Braselton, Ga., showed basketball IQ for EOTO. Her ability to make solid decisions make her a reliable ball handler for coach Ken Huffman.

With a first look at the East Tennessee Air organization Friday the team impressed its fundamentally sound style of basketball. Class of 2018 point guard Lexi Campos of Maryville, Tenn., led the way with her ability to handle pressure. Add in class of 2016 Lindsey Roddy of Maryville, Tenn., who is a hard-nosed perimeter player who finds ways to score with the ball in her hands.

Class of 2016 wing Sydney Long of Atlanta, Ga., showed her ability to shoot last night. That skill helped Holy Innocents to an undefeated regular season and a runner-up finish in the Class AA state tournament.

Tierra Steede of Marietta, Ga., demonstrated significant improvement. The 6-foot-2 junior wing-forward handled the ball in the open court and also using her size to finish over smaller defenders in the paint.

Class of 2017 guard Kaylan Hines of Warrior, Ala., played well for the Alabama Cardinals in their opening game. Her unselfish passing and basketball instincts set her apart as one of the better performers of the night.

Kirk Pointer created a 2017 squad and immediately loaded it full of talent. Sydne Wiggins of Powder Springs, Ga., had a terrific showing in her team’s win over Central Florida Elite 2017. The 5-10 guard has the ability to shake defenders and finish off the bounce.

The Blazers Exposure program is known for producing quality post players. Add LaShunte Faniel of Phenix City, Ala., as another quality interior player in coach Tim Marshall’s pipeline. Faniel, a 6-2 post in the class of 2017, has good hands and a soft touch in traffic.

A player that will receive a lot of attention in upcoming months is Lexi Maddox of Bogart, Ga. The 6-1 forward has a world of athleticism and showed the vision to find her teammates in the half court. She plays for coach Kelly Stallworth and the Georgia Red Storm.

Hemingway is the Assistant Director of Scouting for the National Scouting Report.  He can be reached at


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