Kailey Edwards, little more can be said about Tuesday night. The Legacy guard shined in her team s biggest win of the year, leading the fourth-ranked Lightning to a 68-51 victory over No. 3 Highlands Ranch.
Edwards collected 28-points in the game, but the senior is far from the only Legacy guard thriving this season. Quincey Noonan has also more than found her groove, though she is not doing so in Lightning blue and gold. The point guard traded those colors two years ago for the maroon and white of the University of Denver, where she has blossomed her sophomore season into one of the Pioneers’ top perimeter players. She has her team’s most steals (23), blocked shots (10) and is the second-leading scorer (10 points per game).
Noonan and the rest of the Pioneers were at Legacy Tuesday night, watching the team’s star recruit lead the Lightning to victory. But after the Denver-bound Edwards had done her damage, we caught up with Noonan and posed some poorly-worded questions about making the jump to college ball, her top performances and her old high school team’s success. Enjoy.