Bainbridge-Guilford girls' basketball coach Bob Conway recalled a game five years ago when senior Morgan Bullis was playing a seventh-grade modified game.
Bullis was raw, athletic, and couldn't shoot a lick. "I think she shot 2-for-17 in that game, and I thought to myself, 'this kid will never score,'" Conway said. "But she got every rebound."
Fast forward, and times have changed for Bullis. "She has developed into a true scorer when she needs to be," Conway said. "She averages a double-double for us because she is so quick and has great timing (with rebounding)."
Bullis is already a two-time Evening Sun basketball all-star, but she hasn't come close to winning our scoring title. She isn't among our top five scorers this season, and through Tuesday of this week, didn’t even lead her own team in scoring (she shares that distinction with freshman Megan Palmatier).