On the hardwood, Kennedy guard Yaz Fuller has a knack for making her teammates laugh - while reducing her opponents to tears.
Chaminade-Julienne's Samarie Walker is thriving as one of the nation's top recruits after her father used basketball to create a positive outcome out of a terrible situation.
Guided by humility and an abiding faith, Douglass senior Khaalidah Miller has become Georgia's top girls' basketball player.
It would've been easy for Ronika Ransford to succumb to the street life, but the H.D. Woodson (Washington, D.C.) star instead turned tragedy to triumph and found a safe haven on the basketball court.
Kentwood's (Covington, Wash.) Lindsey Moore has become one of the nation's best players, but the Nebraska-bound point guard has her sights set even higher.
With an electrifying style that was honed on the Umatilla Indian Reservation but harkens back to a hoops legend, Franklin's (Portland, Ore.) Shoni Schimmel never fails to wow the crowd.
Each weekday, ESPN RISE brings you five vital stats from athletes across the country. Today we catch up with Shoni Schimmel.
After missing her sophomore season with a devastating knee injury, Shaker Heights forward Karisma Penn returned to the court even stronger than when she left