PHS hooper competes in girls’ all-star game

Posted 7/29/21

Powell High School’s Rose Graft participated in the annual Wyoming Coaches Association Girls’ Basketball All-Star game on Saturday in Casper. 

Graft was a member of the North …

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PHS hooper competes in girls’ all-star game

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Powell High School’s Rose Graft participated in the annual Wyoming Coaches Association Girls’ Basketball All-Star game on Saturday in Casper. 

Graft was a member of the North All-Star Team, which fell 66-51 in the contest. She was one of 10 recent graduates from northern Wyoming high schools on the team.

“It was great to be a part of something bigger than our little town and quite a big honor to be chosen for it,” Graft said.

As a senior, Graft averaged a team-high 11.4 points per game and helped the Panthers double their win total from the prior season. She was named a 3A West All-Conference player for her contributions in 2020-21.

Graft’s selection is a testament to her growth as a senior and the strides the program took this season.

“Any time we are fortunate enough to have a player receive the honor of playing in one of these all-star games, it is a great reward for their career and a nice recognition for the program overall,” PHS assistant coach Troy Hildebrand said. “Rose [Graft] should be very proud of playing in the WCA game and all she accomplished for Lady Panther basketball.”

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