Whatcom Hoops Girls Top 30: #9 Jordyn Vezzetti

In an incredible season filled with outstanding players, Whatcom Hoops is ranking the top 30 girls. Each day we’ll feature an amazing player in our county and count down until we get to #1. So join us daily as we honor the best of the best.


Jordyn Vezzetti, senior, Blaine

WHY SHE’S #9: A four-year standout for the Borderites, Vezzetti became one of the league’s top offensive players this season, scoring almost 40 percent of her team’s points. The 5-foot-7 forward averaged 14 points a game on 42 percent shooting from the field and 70 percent from the line and also was a force on the boards with 8 rebounds a game. Her abilities and toughness landed her a spot in the coaches all-state seniors game and the all-Northwest Conference second team.

COACH VIC WOLFFIS: “Jordyn was one of our most dedicated athletes that brought the much-needed element of attack to our team, which she combined with the ability to finish. She served her team well as a captain and an attacker on both ends of the floor.” 

Links to previous Whatcom Hoops Top 30

#10: Mallory Butenschoen, Ferndale

#11: Grace Hintz, Lynden Christian

#12: Jemma James, Lummi Nation

#13: Emmy Hart, Sehome

#14: Tabby DeJong, Lynden Christian

#15: Mallary Villars, Lynden

#16: Brooklyn Fuller, Meridian

#17: Jillea Fox, Ferndale

#18: Deja Dube, Blaine

#19: Natalie Brewer, Sehome

#20: Haylee Koetje, Lynden

#21: Makayla Heaton, Squalicum

#22:  Kiki York, Lynden

#23: Allison Shumate, Lynden Christian

#24: Violet Fox, Mount Baker

#25: Natalie Van Liew, Mount Baker

#26: Ailina Rabang, Lummi Nation 

#27: Mary Lockhart, Bellingham

#28: Kayla Washington, Ferndale

#29: Caitlyn Richardson, Squalicum

#30: Kaylee Anderson, Nooksack Valley

Honorable mentions

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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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