It’s no secret that girls basketball is more competitive in New Jersey than in any other state. Allison Bono, a junior at Chester Academy, has racked up over a thousand points in her career. Although some critics think she doesn’t measure up to larger schools, Bono has shown that she can play with the best. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the talents of Chester’s Allison Bono, Gianna Longo, and Jessica McCabe.
Hastings’ Alyson Raimondo
Despite her age, Hastings’ Alyson Raimond is already a top Class B player. The four-year varsity standout ranked fourth in her class and is already a Section 1 Class B contender. Raimondo’s scoring and rebounding skills are unquestioned. She scored 13 points in the first half and grabbed nine rebounds, including four offensive rebounds.
Chester’s Gianna Longo
Chester’s Allison Bono is a dynamo on the court. She has scored more than 1,000 points during her high school career. However, some people are hesitant to call her one of the best because she primarily plays for a smaller school and does not measure up to the standards of larger schools. But this week, she’s headed to the Summer Hoops Festival in New York and is proving everyone wrong.
East’s Jessica McCabe
As a writer and actress, Jessica McCabe is a versatile artist with a diverse background. Her career began as a YouTube personality and she has honed her craft in various mediums. In addition to acting, she is also a writer and hosts a YouTube channel called How to ADHD. Her acting credits include several independent films and television shows. Most recently, she played Becky O’Connor on the popular TV show American Dreams.
Chester’s Lauren Murray
A senior in softball, Chester’s Lauren Murray can play with the most talented players in the country. The former first team all-region centerfielder has already earned All-America honors and is a two-time NFCA Division II All-American. Despite her young age, she is a hard-hitting outfielder with a good arm and solid defensive skills. She’s ready to compete for the next level.