NAPOLEON'S TAYLOR STROCK NAMED DIV. 2 GIRLS STATE BKB PLAYER OF THE YEAR


For the first time in school history, Napoleon has the player of the year in the state of Ohio in girls basketball. Taylor Strock, the 5’9 Sr., and all-time leading scorer in girls basketball at Napoleon, has been named Division 2 girls basketball ‘player of the year’ in the Buckeye State. Strock averaged 17 points per game; but is known as the top defensive player in girls basketball around northwest Ohio and beyond. Taylor is a four-year starter for Coach Corey Kreinbrink, and helped lead Napoleon girls to the state Division 2 basketball championship in Dayton two weeks ago. She is moving-on to Cedarville University to continue her basketball career in Division 2 hoops.


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