Jameelah Wallace of Hammond attempts to block Kemba Mitchell of Centennial during a game on Jan. 18.
(Staff photo by Sarah Pastrana / January 18, 2013)
Hammond's Jameelah Wallace currently leads the Golden Bears' girls basketball team with an 8.1 points per game average this winter. The sophomore forward scored a career-high 17 points against Marriotts Ridge Jan. 11. She recently took some time out to catch up with us.
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