Reuter earns MVP honors at Tennessee-Georgia All-Star game
Incoming freshman had 12 points and seven rebounds in victoryJune 12, 2014 · @MTAthletics
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. - Incoming Middle Tennessee women's basketball freshman Rebecca Reuter garnered MVP honors at the Tennessee-Georgia High School All-Star game on Tuesday.
Reuter, a standout from Bradley Center, scored 12 points and reeled in seven rebounds. She also blocked a pair of shots and handed out two assists during Tennessee's 60-31 blowout victory over Georgia.
The Cleveland native averaged 12 points and nine rebounds per game during her senior campaign. The forward shot 59 percent (121-of-204) from the field and made 73 percent (85-of-116) from the charity stripe. Reuter finished 17th on the program's scoring chart with 1,108 points. She helped the Bearettes win their fourth straight district and region title en route to a berth in the TSSAA State Tournament. Additionally, Reuter was an All-State selection in 2014.
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