That’s how long it took Natisha Hiedeman to score five points during the first quarter of a nonconference victory against Seymour last week.
The Green Bay Southwest senior guard drained a 3-pointer from the right corner and then acted like she was headed up court to get in a defensive set before darting in to steal the ensuing inbounds pass for an easy layup as part of a 31-point effort.
It was one example of why No. 5 for the Trojans is fun to watch. And also why she heads the ALL-USA Green Bay area girls basketball team.
The Marquette University recruit surpassed 1,000 career points last season and should become Southwest’s all-time leading scorer this year.
Hiedeman averaged 17.1 points, 6.4 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 3.6 steals per game to rank in the top four for each statistical category in the Fox River Classic Conference last season.
Besides improving upon the Trojans’ third-place finish in the conference, Hiedeman’s play could help her team make a deep postseason run.
Southwest has dropped from Division 1 to Division 2 this season, giving the program realistic hopes of making its first WIAA state appearance since 1998.
ALL-USA Green Bay area 10 players to watch
Makenna Ash, sr., Gibraltar
Olivia Campbell, jr., G.B. Notre Dame
Anna Dier, jr., Algoma
Jen Dowden, sr., Bonduel
Natisha Hiedeman, sr., G.B. Southwest
Jennifer Nehls, jr., Denmark
Hailey Oskey, fr., Seymour
Jessie Rabas, sr., De Pere
Isabella Samuels, sr., G.B. Preble
Mariah Szymanski, jr., Pulaski