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Strathmore High School’s Jazmine Soto was named Pag Meter’s Co-Offensive Player of the Year earlier this week.
The recognition comes weeks after the junior was selected the Cal-Hi Sports Division V State Player of the Year, The Recorder’s 2019-20 Orange Belt Girls Basketball Player of the Year and the East Sequoia League’s Most Valuable Player.
According to MaxPreps.com, Soto was second in the nation and state in total points scored with 989, which set a new Central Section record. She finished her third year on varsity with 2,498 points, a Tulare County record, and is set to break the 3,000-point milestone early next season.
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