That’s probably what happened Dec. 7, too, when Millea put up her varsity high of 27 points against Mohawk during the second game of the season.
“We’re blessed in that she has a natural awareness about the game,” Niles said of Millea, who ranks second on the team in points 11.3 (per game) and assists and is first in steals. “A lot of times, it takes years to develop that kind of on-court intelligence.”
Some of Millea’s teammates said they think highly of her as well.
“She’s funny and goofy and always happy,” Cring said. “She always has a smile on her face. She’s another one that you can always find practicing. If you don’t know where she is, she is probably at the Clark (Sports Center) shooting baskets.”
Senior Sumer Murdock, who also made the all-tournament team, added: “She’s a leader on this team. She pushes people to get better.”