The 2013-14 Howard County girls basketball season saw a number of newcomers emerge into the scoring spotlight.
While their teams didn’t have the type of playoff success they may have hoped for, Wilde Lake’s Rachel Lazris and Oakland Mills’ Tori Diggs both solidified themselves as potential threats next year with their aptitude for making 3-point shots.
Lazris, a rising junior, led the Wildecats in scoring with 16.6 points per game. She’s also a crucial member of the school’s girls soccer team.
Diggs, who will be a senior for the Scorpions, made 53 three-pointers over the course of the season.
The two players took some time from their busy summer schedules to break down the process of shooting a three-pointer. They also had a friendly competition to see who could sink the most shots.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun