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Lady Tigers top state charts in stats
Several players from coach Faye Baker’s Lady Tigers squad, which is 9-1 overall and 2-0 in the region, were ranked on the all-region or all-state lists. - photo by Phgoto by Patty Leon

Bradwell Institute girls basketball coach Faye Baker, assistant coach Dana King and the Lady Tigers are building their program quickly this season with nine wins and only one loss so far.
Throw in the squad’s back-to-back post-season state title runs and it’s no wonder Bradwell ranks among the top schools in the Georgia High School Association  coaches poll., a CBS affiliate dedicated to high school sports, also puts the Lady Tigers near the top of the list.
Many of the team’s players are individually ranked in the top 50 in the state and in their region, according to stats posted online last Wednesday. broke the statistics down by category and here is where most of the Lady Tigers fell:

Leading scorers

In scoring, Lady Tigers Mariah Maternik and Seandre Lee came in at No. 12 and No. 13, respectively, in the state. Maternik has scored
195 points in 10 games and Lee has 193 in 10 games. Within the Lady Tigers’ Region 3-AAAAA, however, the girls come in at No. 1 and  No. 2.

Rounding out the region leaders are 10 more Lady Tigers: Quintunya Chapman is ranked 14th, Kiara McNeely is 17th, Camille Jackson is 24th, Suede Jones is 30th, Leitia Leitaua is 32nd, Quianika Hatchell is 37th, Latisha Frasier is 40th, Tiara Howard is 42nd, Keandra Frasier is 44th and Kandice Bolden is 45th.

Trey shots

When it comes to hitting the net from beyond the three-point line, Maternik leads Region  3-AAAAA at No. 1 and is ranked 17th in the state.
Jones is No. 7 in the region. Leitaua and McNeely earned the 17th and 18th spots.


Lee is 32nd in the state for blocks, and first in the region. Chapman is fifth, McNeely is 12th, Leitaua is 18th, Howard is 19th and Maternik is 25th.


Lee is No.1 in the region and 14th in the state in rebounds. Rounding out the top 10 for the region is Chapman in the No. 7 spot and McNeely in the No. 9 spot.
In the steals category, the Lady Tigers placed only regionally. Maternik locked in the No. 3 spot with 28 steals in 10 games. Chapman was No. 6 with 20 steals in nine games, and Lee came in at No. 8 with 20 steals in 10 games.


Maternik topped the state charts in assists, coming in at No. 2 and No. 1 for the region. Rounding out the top 10 for the region was Lee at No. 6 and Jones at No. 7.

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