Partly due to the way she bounced back from a debilitating flu, Salesian star Mariya Moore moved up two spots in the Cal-HiSports.com rankings to become California’s third best player on Thursday.
“After the way she’s played since returning from a bad flu that sidelined her for two games at the Nike TOC and visibly slowed her at the West Jamboree, the solidly-built 5-foot-11 Louisville-bound wing has been like a woman amongst girls,” according to Cal-HiSports.com’s Harold Abend and Mark Tennis.
The website listed Moore as putting up season averages of 18.5 points, 9.4 rebounds, 7.8 assists and 3.8 steals per game.
UCLA-bound guard Jordin Canada of Windward, Los Angeles, tops the list, followed by Katie Lou Sameulson, the 6-3 phenom from Mater Dei, Santa Ana.
Check out the top 10 rankings here, where you can also read a more detailed explanation of why Moore is so darn good.