GREENSBORO — A’Terria Quick scored a team-high 15 points to lead the East All-Stars in the annual NCHSAA East-West girls’ all-star basketball game on Monday at Greensboro Coliseum.
Quick’s team lost 105-85 to the West, but the South Robeson standout was able to leave her mark one last time against high school players in the state as the second Lady Mustang to reach the East-West game. Nicorie Sinclair earned a selction in 2011.
Quick was named the Robeson County Player of the Year for the final three years of her high school career, finishing her career with 2,254 points and a state-high 748 points this past season. She ranks 22nd on the all-time career scoring list for the NCHSAA. She also earned multiple all-conference nods and was selected all-state as a senior.
Lula Ratley, head coach of the Lady Mustangs, served as an assistant coach for the East squad. Ratley has led the Lady Mustangs to 94 wins since the 2010-2011 season including six appearances in the state playoffs. She is the first coach selected to coach in the East-West game from South Robeson.