Girls' Basketball: Scott’s playmaking helps Eagles soar past Red Devils

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Girls' Basketball: Scott’s playmaking helps Eagles soar past Red Devils

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published: December 11, 2017

MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan – It took four seasons, but senior Aaliyah Scott is blossoming into the capable point guard that Robert D. Edgren coach Sarah Richardson said she’d been waiting to see.

Scott dished out a combined 13 assists for the Eagles, who improved to 5-2 on the season by sweeping Division I Nile C. Kinnick 48-44 and 25-23 over the weekend.

“Huge difference” from last season to this one, Richardson said of Scott, adding that she has “matured a great deal” and assumed the point guard’s leadership role, “and her confidence level has skyrocketed. And she’s not afraid to shoot.”

The Eagles have much stronger chemistry than the team that went 16-14 a season ago and finished second in both the DODEA-Japan and Far East D-II Tournaments, Richardson said.

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