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Taliah Scott from St. Johns Country Day School has been named the 2023 Florida Dairy Farmers Miss Basketball following a final round of voting by a statewide panel of high school coaches and media …
Taliah Scott from St. Johns Country Day School has been named the 2023 Florida Dairy Farmers Miss Basketball following a final round of voting by a statewide panel of high school coaches and media representatives.
The senior guard, who has signed to play college basketball at the University of Arkansas, averaged 36.2 points, 9.2 rebounds, 4.7 assists, and 2.9 steals per game. She was named to the McDonald’s All-American team and will be playing in the McDonald’s All-American game on Tuesday night in Houston.
Scott, who was earlier named the Class 2A player-of-the-year for the second straight year, received 13 of the 21 first-place votes and 175 points to finish ahead of Class 7A POY Trinity Turner of Dr. Phillips, who had three first-place votes (106 points), and Class 4A POY Emma Risch of Palm Bay with three first-place votes (91 points).
Class 5A POY Anovia Sheals of Mainland finished fourth (44), followed by Class 3A POY Janessa Williams of King’s Academy (23), Class 6A POY Kayla Turner of Oakleaf (17) and Class 1A POY Trinidy Harris of Wildwood (8).
The Florida Dairy Farmers High School Sports Awards program exemplifies Florida Dairy Farmers’ commitment to the state’s youth. This is the 31st year of these unique awards as we honor the state’s top athletes and coaches in all FHSAA sanctioned and recognized sports. The program also emphasizes to young people the importance of keeping dairy products a primary part of their diet in their overall nutrition plan.
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