Graci All-Star Article

Georgetown girls basketball coach Rhonda Farney was pleased with the showing of recently graduated point guard Graci Harris in the Texas Girls Coaches Association 6A-5A All-Star Game at the Northside ISD’s Paul Taylor Coliseum on May 14.
Harris, the third of three sisters to play for Farney at GHS, had two points, two steals, two rebounds, and six assists in the Orange Team’s 106-76 victory over the Charcoal Team. “Graci showed that she is in remarkable shape and played well on both ends of the floor,” Farney said. “She is going to have an excellent career at John Brown University.” However, Farney was not pleased with the style of play.
“There was great shooting although the play was selfish,” Farney said. “Unfortunately, the play deteriorated as several players on each team took 35 to 40-foot shots for the last four minutes of the game. The other players and the crowd were stunned. It was a total disrespect of the game.” In pointing to Harris’ six assists, Farney said, “I can assure you no one else had even one assist.”
The all-star appearance put a cap on Harris’ senior season in which she was named a TGCA 5A All-State and All-Region IV-5A performer on a team that advanced to the regional finals. She also was a first-team All-District 25-5A selection.  In the classroom, she was both an academic all-state and all-district choice. John Brown University is an NAIA school in Siloam Springs, Arkansas. The Golden Eagles compete in the Sooner Athletic Conference.



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