#1 Sarah Heinly 1

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Graduating Class:    2016

High School Attend: Summit High School in Bend, Oregon

High School Coach: Ryan Cruz

GPA: 4.0

SAT SCORES:   1660


Interested in possibly studying: Journalism, English

Academic Achievements, School involvement & Community service:

  • Starting goalie on the  5A State Soccer Championship team in 2014
  • 2015 – 5A state champion golf team for the third year in a row, finished 8th individually.
  • Northwest Scholastic Press 2014 Student Media Olympics Superior in news feature
  • Volunteer at youth camps
  • Lettered in basketball and golf 2013 and 2014
  • Team state champions in golf 2013 and 2014
  • All-state 2013 golf

Position:  Guard

Height:  5’8″

Points Avg:  14.5

Rebound Avg:  3.8

Assist Avg:  1.5

Steals Avg:  2.0

FT %:  79

Career Highs:    Points: 35 Rebounds:  10  3-pointers made: 8 Assists:  6

Basketball Achievements:

  • 2015- Player of the year for the IMC.
  • 2015- Lead her Summit to IMC league champs.
  • 1st team all-league 2013
  • 2013 broke school record for points in a season at 402
  • 2nd team all-league 2014
  • Currently hold school record for career three pointers at 126, points in a game at 35, and three pointers in a game at 8

What do Sarah’s coaches say about her:

“It has been a priviledge to coach Sarah.  Sarah has a tremendous work ethic and is respected well by her teammates.  She is always wanting to find ways to improve her game and spends countless hours in the off-season to do what is best for her game and her teammates.  Sarah scored over 400 points as a freshman and has shattered the 3 point records held at Summit.  She holds the school records for 8-3’s in a game and 125-3’s in 2 seasons.  She also holds the individual scoring record at 35 points.  Sarah will bring instant offense to any program that gives her the opportunity.”

Personal Statement:

  I have always had a passion and a drive to improve my basketball game. I push myself in every drill and I focus on improving my weaknesses before my strengths. I strive to become the most versatile basketball player that I can be. I continually want to make my teammates better as well as myself. I hope to gain a college experience that will guide me in the direction I want to go but will also challenge me and make me a better person.



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