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NAME: Deborah Davenport
SCHOOL: Woodward High School
SPORT(S): Basketball
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Scoring a school-record 47 points in a game
BIRTHDATE: 7/9/2003
HEIGHT: 6'2"-153 lbs.
RESIDENCE: Kennedy Heights
PARENTS: Darren & Shiela
BIGGEST INFLUENCE: "My sister Naomi."
FUTURE GOAL: Play basketball in college

Senior guard Deborah Davenport is a prolific scorer for the Woodward Bulldogs. Last season as a junior, Deborah averaged a double-double with a CMAC-best 18 points a game, and 10.1 rebounds per game. She also averaged a school-record 7.1 blocks per game. During the season, she recorded six double-double games, two triple-double games and one incredible quadruple-double game with 20 points, 16 rebounds, 15 blocks (a school record) and 10 steals vs. Middletown.

Other big games included scoring a school-record 47 points vs. Aiken, 31 points vs. West Hi, and 20 points vs. Taft and Middletown.

Her accomplishments were rewarded with numerous honors, including being named first team all-CMAC, first team all-city, first team all-Southwest Ohio District in Div. II and honorable mention all-Ohio.

She started strong this season, too, scoring 23 points vs. Summit Country Day, 22 points (nine rebounds) vs. McNicholas, 20 points with seven rebounds, nine steals and five assists in a win vs. Georgetown and in a loss to Scott, she notched a double-double, scoring 11 points while pulling down 11 rebounds. In addition, in a game vs. Withrow, she scored16 points (eight rebounds) and vs. Hughes she had a double-double with 22 points-16 rebounds.

Active in community service, Deborah plans to play at the next level but has not yet selected a college. Her favorite athlete and most-like-to-meet is Ja Morant, favorite entertainer is Lil Durk, favorite book is Year of Yes: How to Dance It Out, Stand in the Sun and Be Your Own Person, and favorite movie is the Maze Runner series.

Deborah comes from a basketball family. Her father Darren played at Mt. Healthy then Alcorn State and mom Sheila played at Morehead State. Her brother Michael won a state title at Moeller then played at St. Bonaventure; brother Josh, played at Moeller then at Winthrop. Sister Naomi played at West Virginia after winning GGCL player of the year twice at Mount Notre Dame, and brother Jeremiah, who also won a state title at Moeller, is a current star for the UC Bearcats.

COACH'S QUOTE – "She is a selfless player, a great communicator, determined to make herself as well as her team better daily."
— Robert Greene, Varsity Basketball Coach

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