KCKCC Signs SM Northwest Basketball Guard Brooklyn Wagler
Head Coach Valerie Stambersky continued the rebuilding of her backcourt at Kansas City Kansas Community College Thursday with the signing of 5-7 guard Brooklyn Wagler of Shawnee Mission Northwest.
"A hustler and hard worker who can play both guard positions," says Stambersky. "A smart player, she does a great job of getting on the offensive and defensive boards and has the instincts of knowing when to cut, when to pass and when to shoot."
Averaging 9 points, 4.5 rebounds and 4 assists per game, Wagler helped lead SM Northwest to a fourth place finish in the state tournament. "I talked to other schools but I just felt like this was the best fit for me," said Wagler. "I just felt like I belonged."
Signing a letter of intent to play basketball at Kansas City Kansas Community College next fall was a family affair for guard Brooklyn Wagler of SM Northwest. On hand were (from left) her mother, Jennifer Wagler; brothers Landon and Keaton Wagler; and her father, Logan Wagler. (KCKCC Photo by Alan Hoskins)