|High School:||Leflore HS|
2016-17 (at Tallahassee): Started 24 of the 31 games played, averaging 30.9 minutes per game…second-leading scorer on the team at 19.3 ppg...also averaged 4.6 rebounds while shooting 34.9% on three-point attempts and 73.2% from the free throw line...led the team with 2.7 steals per game...named First-team All-Panhandle Conference by the league coaches...was named the NJCAA Region 8 Women’s Basketball Player of the Week twice, once on November 15 when she averaged 29.5 points, 4.5 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 4.0 steals in two games during the voting period; her second award came on December 21 after averaging 24.0 points, 6.5 rebounds, 3.5 steals and 1.0 block in two games during the voting period...tied the school record on December 30 (with Jeraldine Campbell, 2013) with 38 points (and career high) in win over Northeast Mississippi going 7-for-19 and 13-for-30 from the field, and 5-for-5 from the free throw line...in 28 of 31 games played, she scored double digits and had 11 of the 12 conference games in double digits……in 16 games scored 20+ points…had two double-doubles, one against IMG on November 19 (20 points and 11 rebounds) and one against Florida State College at Jacksonville on December 14 (27 points and 10 rebounds)…led the team in scoring on 10 occasions - Indian River State (November 7) with 24 points, Miami Dade (November 8) with 35 points, Santa Fe (November 15) with 27 points, West Georgia Tech (November 17) with 25 points, McLennan (November 25) with 33 points, Panola (November 26) with 24 points, Santa Fe (December 3) with 26 points, Florida State College of Jacksonville (December 14) with 27 points, Northeast Mississippi (December 30) with a season-high 38 points, Northwest Florida State (January 21) with 21 points…in the win over Walters State (December 15), she put up 21 points going 5-for-6 from the line, 4-for-11 from long distance…contributued 20 points in the win over Pensacola State (January 24)…put up 21 points over Northwest Florida State (February 4)…laid up 21 points in the final game of conference play for the win against Northwest Florida State.
High School: Standout player at Leflore High School where she played for Coach Darrell Walton...was teammates with current Eagle Japonica James...led Leflore to a 34-0 record and Class 6A state championship in 2016...tied an Alabama State Tournament record with 7, three-pointers and finished with 27 points in LeFlore's state championship game win...was named to the all-tournament team...averaged 20.0 points and 7.0 rebounds and also led the team in assists...Class 6A first-team all-state...named to All-Coastal Alabama First-team...named to the AL.com Super All-State Second-team...selected to South All-Star Team for the 2015 AHSADCA (Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association) All-Star Games, highlighting rising high school seniors...third-team all-state and second-team all-Coastal Alabama in 2015.
Personal: Born on April 22...daughter of Shandrick Pore...played AAU ball with Gulf Coast Twisters and Bama Storm.
Getting to Know Jas Hill
Favorite TV Show: Forensic Files…Favorite movie: Get Out…Favorite Food: Pizza… Farthest you’ve ever been from home: 18 hours…3 Words that best describe me are: Laid Back, Funny, Loving …Something most people don’t know about me is: Im very nice…The person I admire most is: Maya More, “The Goat”…To get ready to play, I like to: vibe…Favorite Athlete: Maya Moore…Favorite pro sports team: Golden Stae Warriors…The best advice I’ve ever received is: To be champs, you have to beat the champions… My most memorable moment as an athlete was: Senior Year
After spending a year at TCC, here are some additional insights for the freshmen/transfers…
The best thing about TCC is: Athletics program…My Favorite and Most recommended class to take at TCC is: Personal training… My advice for the freshmen/transfers would be: Work harder than you ever have