Talk about a bold move. VYPE's preseason No. 1 team moves up from Class 5A to 6A and into a pretty competitive district. Now, they were 29-4 overall and reached the Regional Finals, before falling to Hightower. So, what makes Shadow Creek and coach David President so special? Depth, depth, depth.
Across all of their programs, Shadow Creek has seen some spectacular success early on. Girls basketball has been no different. Under the direction of LaToya Michaeux, the Sharks went 32-5 overall with a 16-0 mark in district play last year.
Oklahoma-signee Bre'yon White leads the crew averaging 13 points and 8 rebounds per game. Her partner in crime is R'Mani Taylor who has averaged 12.6 points per game to add on. White was the District 24-5A Defensive MVP, while Taylor was the District 24-5A Co-MVP.