Aimee Smith's presence paying dividends for Salem Academy

Aimee Smith's presence paying dividends for Salem Academy

News

Aimee Smith's presence paying dividends for Salem Academy

By

There has been no doubt that Aimee Smith is one of the most versatile basketball players around.

Her presence is growing on the court, though.

The 5-foot-10 junior guard, a second-team all-state selection last season, scored 25 points, had five rebounds, five steals and three assists in Tuesday’s 71-27 win against Catlin Gabel.

Salem Academy's Aimee Smith (5) shoots the ball in the Blanchet vs. Salem Academy girl's basketball game at Salem Academy High School on Thursday, Jan. 14, 2016. Blanchet won the game 56-43.

Salem Academy’s Aimee Smith (5) shoots the ball in the Blanchet vs. Salem Academy girl’s basketball game at Salem Academy High School on Thursday, Jan. 14, 2016. Blanchet won the game 56-43.

This is the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Mid-Valley weekly watch list:

Paige Alexander, Silverton girls basketball: The freshman wing scored 12 points in Monday’s 56-28 win against Beaverton.

Alec Barba, Central basketball: The senior wing scored 18 points in Friday’s 60-53 loss to Philomath.

Tyler Walker, Cascade boys basketball: The senior guard scored 25 points in Friday’s 69-53 loss to Cottage Grove.

Sydney Hunter, McNary girls basketball: The senior wing scored 14 points in Friday’s 48-41 loss to west Albany.

Kirsten Koehnke, Regis girls basketball: The sophomore guard scored 18 points in Friday’s 66-58 loss to Oakridge.

Tyler Wadleigh, South Salem boys basketball: The junior guard scored 23 points, including the game winner with 10 second left in Tuesday’s 66-65 win against Beaverton.

Shawnie Spink, Dayton girls basketball: The junior guard scored 19 points in Tuesday’s 56-48 win against Blanchet.

Hannah Munson, Silverton girls basketball: The senior wing scored 11 points in Saturday’s 47-32 loss to La Salle.

Alyssa Lindemann, Silverton girls basketball: The guard scored 18 points in Saturday’s 72-30 win against Tillamook.

Shaton Daniels, McKay boys basketball: The senior scored 24 points in Friday’s 86-70 win against North Salem.

Zach Bernards, Dayton boys basketball: The senior scored 22 points in Saturday’s 58-47 win against Junction City and 46 points in Friday’s 85-74 win against Harrisburg.

Emorej Lynk, Kennedy boys basketball: The freshman wing scored 22 points in Saturday’s 64-58 loss to Colton.

Latest

More USA TODAY High School Sports
Home
https://usatodayhss.com/2016/aimee-smiths-presence-paying-dividends-for-salem-academy
Aimee Smith's presence paying dividends for Salem Academy
I found this story on USA TODAY High School Sports and wanted to share it with you: %link% For more high school stories, stats and videos, visit http://usatodayhss.com.