Bri Williams leading Stebbins to big turnaround
RIVERSIDE -- Stebbins is off to its best start since 2008 and a big reason is the team's little point guard.
Bri Williams is only 5' 1" but plays much bigger.
The Indians are 8-4 after going 1-20 just three years ago.
Despite her size, Williams' skills and production has earned her a chance to play at the next level. She has interest from several colleges but hasn't made a decision on her future, just that she'll play in college.
Williams and Stebbins has a chance for an 11 win season that would eclipse the recent high of 10 that was set last season and in 2007-2008.
The Indians are also going for a winning season and postseason victory for the first time in more than six years.
Wednesday, January 8 2014, 11:21 PM EST
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