McBryde set basketball record,
advanced to IHSAA state finals
in long jump during track season
By Justin Sokeland
Dominique McBryde, who shattered the girls basketball career scoring record , was named TheHHCSports.com’s second Female Athlete of the Year at Bedford North Lawrence.
McBryde, a Purdue recruit, averaged 20.0 points and 6.4 rebounds as the Stars went 26-1 in 2015. She also finished as the school’s career leader in scoring (1,762 points to break the mark set for former Miss Basketball Marla Inman) and blocked shots (229). The Stars won back-to-back championships in 2013-14 and finished McBryde’s four-year career with a 104-5 record.