(Ste. Genevieve) The Ste. Genevieve girls basketball team has been one of the best in the area in recent years, and their standout point guard has played a key role in making that possible.
Maci Reynolds once again shined for the Lady Dragons and was named to the Girls Basketball Dream Team for the second straight year.
She says she appreciates the recognition.
Leading the charge on offense this year, Reynolds averaged 15 points, 6 assists, 5 steals, shot 50% from the field, and 70% from the free-throw line.
The Lady Dragons have done a lot of winning in recent years, but perhaps most impressive has been the three-straight MAAA regular-season titles.
The Ste. Gen girls went undefeated in conference regular-season play three straight years, and Reynolds says that achievement meant a lot.
Oftentimes the point guard is an extension of the coaching staff on the court, and that is certainly the case with Reynolds and Lady Dragons’ head coach Jordanna Walk-Robison.
Reynolds says Walk-Robison has had a huge impact on both her and the team.
This season Reynolds earned her third-straight All-Conference and All-District selections and helped lead the Ste. Genevieve girls to an (18-6) record.
She also finished her career with 1,293 points and stamped her name in the Lady Dragons’ record book as the school’s all-time leader in assists, steals, and three-pointers.
Full Interview with Maci Reynolds: