Whatcom Hoops Girls Top 30: #10 Hallie Kamphouse

In a season filled with outstanding players, Whatcom Hoops ranked the top 30 girls. Each day we featured an amazing player in our county and counted down until we got to #1. We hope you enjoyed the countdown as we honored the best of the best.


Hallie Kamphouse, senior, Nooksack Valley

WHY SHE’S #10: As every Nooksack Valley fan and opponent knows, whenever Kamphouse got the ball anywhere outside the 3-point line you hold your breath. Because the 5-foot-9 wing was perhaps the Northwest Conference’s deadliest shooter, whose smooth stroke and killer timing could change the game in an instant. She picked her spots, averaging 10.2 points a game while hitting 61 3s at a 41 percent clip. She also pulled down 3.6 rebounds a game, averaged an assist and a steal per game, and was an underrated defender. All of which put her on the all-NWC first team and Scorebook Live’s Class 1A all-state second team.

COACH SHANE WICHERS: “We never had anyone at Nooksack in my 27 years who could shoot like Hallie. She could consistently hit 3’s four to five feet behind the line. Hallie was a good defender for us and did a nice job in our press getting steals and pushing the ball in transition. And she was a great teammate.”

Links to the Whatcom Hoops Top 30

#1: Devin Coppinger, Nooksack Valley

#2: Grace Hintz, Lynden Christian

#3: Payton Mills, Lynden

#4: Lainey Kimball, Nooksack Valley

#5: Madi Cooper, Sehome

#6: Maddy Barter, Mount Baker

#7: Avery Neal, Meridian

#8: Demi Dykstra, Lynden Christian

#9: Mari Binning, Squalicum

#10: Hallie Kamphouse, Nooksack Valley

#11: Haylee Koetje, Lynden

#12: Tana Hoekema, Nooksack Valley

#13: Kalanie Newcomb, Lynden

#14: Emmy Hart, Sehome

#15: Ellie Ochoa, Ferndale

#16: Adia Newcomb, Lynden

#17: Jemma James, Lummi Nation

#18: Makayla Heaton, Squalicum

#19: Jordyn Vezzetti, Blaine

#20: Daisy Poag, Lynden Christian

#21: Madisyn Butenschoen, Ferndale

#22: Mallory Butenschoen, Ferndale

#23: Deja Dube, Blaine

#24: Maris Baklund, Meridian 

#25: Aliesha Solomon, Lummi Nation 

#26: Raven Solomon, Lummi Nation

#27: Natalie Brewer, Sehome

#28: Reganne Arnold, Lynden Christian

#29: Ashley Lang, Ferndale

#30: Ellie Wolverton, Bellingham

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Jim Carberry of Whatcom Hoops

Jim Carberry is a former Bellingham Herald sports editor and author of several books on Whatcom County prep basketball. Follow him on Twitter @whatcomhoops and visit the Whatcom Hoops Facebook page.

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