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Southeastern Pa. girls' basketball players to watch

Listed in alphabetical order.

Listed in alphabetical order.

Lauren Crisler, North Penn

The 6-foot-2 senior forward, an American recruit, averaged a little more than 12 points and 8 rebounds for the Maidens last season.

Sarah Curran, Archbishop Carroll

Curran, a senior forward who has committed to Drexel, is a tough rebounder and good around the basket.

Maddie Dew, Downingtown West

She is only a sophomore, but the guard stepped up big a few times for the Whippets last season, including in the district quarterfinals.

Alexis Hofstaedter, Council Rock South

A senior guard headed to William and Mary, Hofstaedter will dictate the Golden Hawks offense with her ball skills and passing.

Shanice Johnson, Cardinal O'Hara

The Delaware recruit, a senior forward, is capable of taking over games. If she does that consistently for O'Hara this season, watch out.

Alex Louin, Mount St. Joseph

The guard Had some huge games for the Magic as a sophomore last season. Her talent and basketball IQ likely will improve in her junior year.

Kiernan McCloskey, Germantown Academy

Physical on defense and a presence on the boards, the senior forward will head to Lehigh next year.

Megan McGurk, Academy of Notre Dame

The Bucknell recruit, a senior, will need to have another good season at point guard for the Irish to win the Inter-Ac League.

Lisa Mirarchi, Villa Maria

Mirarchi, a guard, scored 14 points in the quarterfinals of the state tournament last season as a junior. She provides a spark on defense by accumulating steals.

Brittany Moore, Spring-Ford

The senior guard can be the motor of a Rams team with unfinished business; if she has a great season, so likely will they.

Ciera Nimmons, Prep Charter

Nimmons, a junior forward, has big shoes to fill with the graduation of Kahleah Copper (Rutgers), but Nimmons is up to the task. No doubt she will be the focal point of the Huskies offense.

Megan Quinn, Episcopal Academy

The 6-2 senior is everything you would hope for in a forward, which is why she'll be a Villanova Wildcat next season.