The senior guard averaged 16 points, 5 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 3.3 steals last week as the No. 2 Eagles went 4-0 and extended their winning streak to 18 games. Winder had 19 points and three assists in a 66-49 win over No. 4 Archbishop Spalding, McDonogh's second this season over the defending IAAM A conference champions, which boosted the Eagles' record to 11-0 in the conference. She also had 17 points, six rebounds, seven assists and six steals in a 65-36 win over No. 9 Roland Park as well as 17 points in a 62-45 win over The Hun School (N.J.) and 11 points in a 66-49 win over St. Frances. The 5-foot-9 shooting guard averages 14 points and five rebounds for a balanced 20-1 team. She has a 3.0 GPA and played AAU ball for the Maryland Sure Shots.
Others considered: TK Fowlkes, Aberdeen, basketball; Elizabeth Harper, Northwestern, indoor track; Kelly Jones, Mount Hebron, basketball; Kayla Kelly, Institute of Notre Dame, basketball; Racquel Moses, Milford Mill, indoor track; Emily VandeWater, Hereford, indoor track.
Girls Athlete of the Week: Tiersa Winder, McDonogh, basketball
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