St. John’s College High School – an Under Armour Undeniable School – is officially a dynasty, having captured their third straight Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) Championship, on their way to the national championships to be played in New York City, April 5-6.
At the front of the dynasty is sophomore guard Azzi Fudd, one of the most dynamic talents in recent high school basketball history. After a groundbreaking freshman year, she became one of the first two girls to ever attend Stephen Curry’s Under Armour SC30 Select Camp this past summer, playing and learning alongside some of the best basketball prospects in the world, learning directly from Stephen himself. Those lessons, Azzi’s talent and incredible hard work, and the support of her dynamic team, have led to this signature moment – Azzi has just been announced as the Gatorade Girls Basketball Player of the Year – the first-ever sophomore to win the award in boys or girls basketball (for context, LeBron James was the first ever junior to win the award).
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