Hopewell's Walker-Kimbrough named Pennsylvania's Gatorade player of the year
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Hopewell senior guard Shatori Walker-Kimbrough had her decorated high school career come to an end Wednesday in a PIAA second-round loss to South Park. Thursday, that loss stung a little less after she was named Pennsylvania's Gatorade girls basketball player of the year.
The Maryland recruit averaged a Class AAA leading 28.6 points per game and 10.1 rebounds per game. The 2012 Pittsburgh Tribune-Review player of the year, Walker-Kimbrough finished her career with 2,427 points.
— Staff report
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