NAME: Anna Clephane
SCHOOL: Scott High School
GRADUATING YEAR: 2018
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Div. I basketball offers, signing with Ball State U.
HEIGHT: 5'10"-150 lbs.
RESIDENCE: Taylor Mill, Ky.
PARENTS: Dave & Jeanne
BIGGEST INFLUENCE: "My family."
FUTURE GOAL: Graduate college, work in medical field
What a stellar basketball career for Scott High School senior Anna Clephane! She leaves the Lady Eagles with a remarkable legacy - 2,674 career points, the 2nd most in school history for girls' basketball and third most for girls' or boys' basketball. She also collected 735 rebounds, 430 steals and 211 assists and holds six school records.
Anna had a superb senior season, averaging 27 points, 7 rebounds a game and was named 1st team all-Region and has been invited to play in the annual Ohio/Kentucky All-Star Game. While scoring 20+ points on the court is a good night, Anna scored 30+ points in eight different games this season and had nine double-double games!
A four-year varsity starter and two-year team captain, Anna is a finalist for Miss Kentucky Basketball and will play collegiately at Ball State University.
During her prep career, Anna also played soccer (team's leading scorer as a freshman and sophomore and an all-district all-star), cross country and track for the Lady Eagles.
Active in community service, she is also an academic honor roll all-star and a member of National Honor Society. She has been on Student Council for four years.
Her favorite athlete is Breanna Stuart, favorite entertainer is Ansel Elgort, favorite book is The Fault In Our Stars, favorite movie is Pitch Perfect and most-like-to-meet is LeBron James.
COACH'S QUOTE – "Anna is a gifted athlete who has worked very hard to improve her game and has developed into a first-class basketball player and young lady."
— Rhonda Klette, Basketball Coach
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