Sedona Prince signs a copy of her letter of intent with brother Diego Prince, father James Prince and mother Tambra Prince during a signing day event at Liberty Hill High School, Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017. At the University of Texas Sedona will be the second tallest player in UT women's basketball history. (Stephen Spillman / for American-Statesman)

BEVO BEAT Women's Basketball

Future Longhorn Sedona Prince shines at McDonald’s All-American basketball game

Posted March 29th, 2018


Sedona Prince gave a sterling performance in her final game representing Liberty Hill in Wednesday’s McDonald’s All-American girls basketball game in Atlanta.

Playing as part of the East squad in the prestigious all-star game, the 6-foot-7-inch Prince scored 12 points, grabbed four rebounds and blocked three shots in 17 minutes on the court. She was just one of five players to score in double digits in the game that featured 24 of the top prep players from the country.

Prince, a Liberty Hill senior and a Texas pledge, was the third Austin-area girls player to earn a spot on the prestigious team, joining Georgetown’s Krystal Forthan (2011) and Cedar Ridge’s Lashann Higgs (2015). Prince earned all-state honors while leading Liberty Hill to a 33-4 record and a Class 4A regional tournament.


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