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Asia took control of the game by scoring 27 points to lead her team to a win.
Asia led her team to a victory, scoring 24 points, 9 which came in the 4th quarter. Asia's leadership skills held Prep Charter from outscoring Overbrook in the 1st three quarters. Asia lead the team in offensive rebounds as well.
Asia scored a season high of 31 points, 9 steals, and 7 assists in 26 minutes. Asia scored 14 points in the 1st quarter. Asia sat 6 of the 8 minutes during the 2nd quarter so that other players could get some time since Overbook took a huge lead in the 1st quarter. Asia was re-entered with 2 minutes in the 2nd quarter and she couldn't be stopped.
5 foot Sophomore Asia Abram averaged 16 points per game and led her team to a 9-4 record in her division. Asia was the team captain and her teammates, even those older than her, looked up to her and strived off of her hard work. Asia never missed a practice and works hard academically to meet her long term goal of playing in college. Asia score 280 points on the season. She went 108/156 in 2FGA; 2/7 in 3FGA; averaged 56% in Free Throws; had 38 Offensive Rebounds and 45 Defensive rebounds; 64 assists; 2 blocks; and 38 steals. Asia has almost 500 points in her two years playing for the Lady Panthers and is looking to score 1,000 points by her senior year!
Asia Abram reached her 1,000th career point on January 29th, 2017.