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From showcases and tournaments in Ohio, Oregon, Tennessee, Indiana, Washington, D.C., Georgia and South Carolina, the nations elite recruits were on the move in July. Here are six players who dazzled along the recruiting trail.Peyton Carter: This 5-foot-6 point guard from Monarch (Louisville, Colorado) may have been the biggest stock-riser of them all during the busy July evaluation period. She proved to be a cerebral leader on the floor throughout the month. She was consistent, executing plays in the half-court game and delivering a scoring punch both off the dribble and from beyond the arc. The 2017 prospect led her Boulder Rockies team to impressive wins at both USJN Nationals in Washington, D.C., and in Augusta, Georgia, at Blue Star Nationals. Most importantly, Carter was a superb game manager.Taya Corosdale: A stretch-4 with range to the 3-point line, the 6-2 Corosdale outperformed her competition, bringing a consistent offensive and defensive presence to the court. Corosdale, a senior-to-be at Bothell (Washington) was effective on the offensive glass, scoring on misfires from her teammates while also being a versatile defender. An integral part of the success for her team, Seattle based Tree of Hope made a run to the semifinals of the Gold Bracket at Nike Nationals.Khayla Pointer: Already committed to LSU, where she will play for her aunt, Nikki Fargas (formerly Nikki Caldwell), the 5-6 point guard was perhaps the main reason why her Team Elite-Pointer, coached by her father, Kirk, won the Gold Division at Nike Nationals. The high-riser in the 2017 class displayed a calm demeanor, read the defenses, broke pressure and distributed to her teammates. Additionally, Pointer, of Holy Innocents (Atlanta), scored both in up-tempo and off the bounce. Pointer positioned herself as one of the best elite floor-leaders in July.Alissa Pili: If you are looking for a no-nonsense power player who simply gets the job done, may we suggest a trip to Alaska? We hear its nice this time of year. Pili, a sophomore-to-be at Dimond (Anchorage) who played for Alaska Lady Hoops at the End of the Oregon Trail in early July, is versatile in addition to reliable. The mobile 6-foot power forward can defend numerous positions. On offense, she brings superb footwork to the paint and consistently delivers in traffic.Ashley Joens: Looking for points? This 5-10 shooting guard from Iowa City (Iowa) brings solid fundamentals and a deadly offensive arsenal. The junior-to-be can take her defender off the dribble, finish the play in traffic or deliver from deep. Either way, Joens is a superb backcourt prospect, helping her All-Iowa Attack team to a quarterfinal appearance in the Gold Division at Nike Nationals.Megan Walker: The rest of this list focuses on players who are on the move. This entry is about one who is staying put. The nations No. 1 prospect, fresh off a gold medal with Team USA at the FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Valdivia, Chile, cemented her status at Nike Nationals, helping lead her Boo Williams Team to a final-four finish in the Gold Division. Walker, a 6-1 shooting guard at Monacan (North Chesterfield, Virginia), was simply spectacular in transition as well as off the dribble. Averaging 15 points and 5 rebounds per game during the grueling Nike event, Walker delivers with consistency like no other prospect in the class of 2017. Enough said.Dan Olson is the owner and director of Collegiate Girls Basketball Report, which partnered with espnW HoopGurlz in 2013. Wholesale Nike Air Force 1 For Sale . -- The Sacramento Kings are set to become the first major professional sports franchise to accept Bitcoin virtual currency for ticket and merchandise purchases. Nike Air Force 1 Sale . Dukurs winning time was 1 minute, 45.76 seconds, a quarter-second better than Russias Alexander Tretiakov. 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WASHINGTON -- A day after the Nationals locked up home field advantage in the NL Division Series, they shared in Max Scherzers latest individual accomplishment.The ace earned his 20th victory of the season and drove in a career-high four runs to help Washington beat the Miami Marlins 10-7 on Sunday.Everybody had their fingerprints all over the game, said Scherzer, who last year threw two no-hitters and earlier this season tied a record with a 20-strikeout outing. Its just an absolute team win from everybody, from what they were able to do. Its really special.Scherzer (20-7) allowed five runs in five innings while striking out seven. It was his second career 20-win season, and he became the second pitcher to win 20 games for the Nationals since they moved to Washington. Gio Gonzalez won 21 games in 2012.Mark Melancon pitched the ninth to earn his 47th save in 51 chances.The NL East champion Nationals, who will face Los Angeles in the division series, finished the regular season 95-67, a 12-game improvement in manager Dusty Bakers first season.Austin Brice (0-1) gave up three runs in an inning for Miami (79-82), which recorded its best record since going 80-82 in 2010.Third baseman Martin Prado served as the Marlins manager, continuing a tradition actual manager Don Mattingly was a part of while working under Joe Torre in New York and Los Angeles and later when he managed the Dodgers. Prado went 1-for-2 with a caught stealing before removing himself from the game in the middle of the third inning.Sometimes you question managers making decisions, Prado said. Now that I was in that spot for only one game, I dont know if I can do it. Theres so much stuff. The games speed up and theres so many things you have to be aware of. I wont ever say anything bad about any manager.Nationals second baseman Daniel Murphy, who had missed the previous 10 games with an injured glute muscle, pinch hit in the fifth. He had a chance to overtake Colorado second baseman DJ LeMahieu for the National League batting title, but flied to right.We accomplished one of our goals, Id say two of our goals actually, Murphy said. We won the NL East and were hosting a division series as well. So no, the batting title is noot something I gave a lot of thought to.ddddddddddddWashington broke a 5-5 tie in the fifth on Wilmer Difos RBI fielders choice. Shortstop Danny Espinosa drilled the next pitch to right for his 24th home run to put the Nationals up 8-5.Marlins starter Tom Koehler walked the bases loaded to open the second inning before catcher Jose Lobaton hit a sacrifice fly. Against a drawn-in infield, Scherzer hit one up the middle to score two more runs.A similar scenario unfolded in the fourth, when the first two men reached base and Lobaton sacrificed. Again, the Marlins brought the infield in. Again, Scherzer poked one up the middle to drive in two. The four RBI are the most for a Nationals pitcher since the franchise moved from Montreal in 2005.He was so determined, Baker said. What did he drive in, four runs? Thats what well never hear the end of.Outfielder Destin Hood and catch Tomas Telis both hit two-run shots off Scherzer for their first career home runs.ICHIRO AT 3,030Marlins OF Ichiro Suzuki, who earlier in the season collected his 3,000th hit, poked a pinch-single to right to lead off the fifth. He finished the year with 3,030 hits, 25th on the all-time list. The 42-year-old hit .291 in 327 at-bats.KIEBOOM DEBUTSC Spencer Kieboom made his major-league debut for the Nationals. He walked and scored as a pinch hitter in the eighth inning. Kieboom was recalled Tuesday after Wilson Ramos suffered a season-ending knee injury.TRAINERS ROOMMarlins: Catcher J.T. Realmuto was out of the lineup on back-to-back days for the first time all season. He hit .303 with 11 homers and 48 RBI, and his .301 average as a catcher set a club record previously held by Ivan Rodriguez (.300 in 2003).Nationals: LF Jayson Werth (back tightness) sat out the second day in a row.UP NEXTMarlins: After improving from 71 victories last year to 79 in manager Don Mattinglys first season, Miami will try to record its first winning record since 2009 next year.Nationals: Scherzer is expected to meet Clayton Kershaw (12-4, 1.69) when the Dodgers visit Nationals Park for Game 1 of the NLDS on Friday. ' ' '

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