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Varsity Girls

Vails Give Arundel New Threat Up Front

January 01, 2007|By GLENN GRAHAM | GLENN GRAHAM,SUN REPORTER

Sherrone Vails, a 14-year-old, 6-foot-4 freshman forward-center for the Arundel High girls basketball team, was ranked third among 150 national players in her age division at the Adidas Jr. Phenom Camp in San Diego past summer, ranking first at the center position.

A finesse player who can play inside and outside, Vails is averaging 6.3 points and 4.3 points in her first varsity season for the Wildcats.

In Amateur Athleic Union basketball, she plays for the Potomac Valley Lady Majic, which captured the 13-and-under national championship this past summer.

Arundel coach Lee Rogers sees Vails developing more as a forward with the ability to handle the ball and shoot from the outside along with playing inside. Vails' older sister, Latavia, was a starter for the Wildcats' 2004 state championship team.

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