She has been contacted by prominent schools throughout the nation.
She is one of the best players in Northeast Ohio and the entire Buckeye State.
At times, though, sophomore point guard Shyanne Sellers has been human.
That was not the case Saturday.
Her performance in her regular-season finale was not the least bit human by any stretch of the imagination.
Thanks to Sellers’ 34-point onslaught, the Aurora girls basketball team ended its regular season on a 14-game winning streak after earning a hard-fought 47-41 victory over Bay Saturday in Bay Village.
Sellers scored 19 of her team’s 21 points in the pivotal third quarter when the momentum shifted 180 degrees. She was almost single-handedly responsible for turning a three-point deficit into a nine-point Greenmen lead.
Sellers added nine points in the fourth period and finished 9 of 11 from the free throw line.
The Rockets didn’t draw near as much contact as the All-Ohio sophomore. They made just 3 of 4 shots from the charity stripe. Haley Andrejcak led Bay with 15 points.
Aurora improved to 21-1 to tie its school-record total for wins in a season. The Greenmen finished 21-3 last winter.