As the only returning starter, Clairton is relying heavily on Iyanna Wade this season. Of the 203 points the team has earned, she has scored 150 of them, which is 73.9%. In her first four games, the sophomore has averaged 37.5 points per game — tops in the WPIAL.
“Coming into the season I knew how it was going to be. I was going to have to carry us and had to set goals to help me and my team get better knowing how it would be,” Wade said. “Basically, I’m just trying not to do so much, but I have to sometimes.”
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Article: Keith Barnes: – Tri-State Sports & News Service