P2P CCS Girls Basketball Honors
Pinewood's Hannah Jump (in white) is the CCS Sophomore of the Year.

CCS Sophomore of the Year

Jump averaged 15.5 points per game, and the three-point specialist netted 100 shots from beyond the arc out of 225 attempts - good for a spectacular 44 shooting percentage. She also pulled down 4.5 rebounds on a team lacking height, and dished out 1.7 assists per game. She lit up St. Ignatius for 36 and scored in double digits in all but three contests. Jump is one of the most exciting prospects of all the underclassmen, particularly as she sharpens the rest of her arsenal.

In February, Pinewood coach Doc Scheppler told Palo Alto Online his team is “the best shooting team I’ve ever had. And it’s not even close.”

Jump can knock it down from anywhere on the court, but there’s no denying where she feels the most comfortable.

“I practice (the three-point shot),” she said. “Then when I get to the three-point line it feels like a layup.”

Jump made a splash as a freshman, averaging an even 12 points a game. There was no sophomore slump, and next year expect her to improve her game once again. This season, she made the WBAL First Team, along with teammates Brianna Claros and Klara Astrom.

Other players considered for this award: Leilani Augmon, Silver Creek; Zion Gabriel, Eastside College Prep; Ila Lane, Woodside Priory

NOTE: We would like to thank our media partners, coaches, parents, players and fans for contributing photos for our all-section features. We salute all of the players that have made this a wonderful season of CCS basketball.