Bailey averaged 18 ppg and 10.9 rpg, helping her make Morris County First Team All-Conference.
The 5-foot-10 Newark, N.J., native dropped in team-highs in points with 470, steals with 58, and assists with 127, and was second on the squad in rebounds with 284, good enough for NJ high school hoops insiders to consider Bailey among talks for best freshmen in the 2019-20 class.
Watson, a New Jersey resident who lived in the Bronx and knows plays AAU ball for the Riverside Hawks NY, suited up with the Lady Crusaders last season, dropping in an impressive 438 points and grabbing 292 rebounds in 27 games.
Perez, a gaurd, played basketball for Oldsfield School in Maryland, scoring 15.7 points, 3.1 assists, 4.9 rebounds, and 2.4 steals per game last season.
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There's no stopping Lady Crusaders' Tyonna Bailey and her college recruitment express.
Watson, a Wayne, N.J., resident who lived in the Bronx, spent her first two years of high school at Hudson Catholic before playing last season with the Lady Crusaders, where she drained an impressive 438 points and grabbed 292 rebounds in 27 games.
Although she said she started out slow, Stoupakis, who played the point guard position, managed to average seven points, four rebounds, and four assists per contests in 16 games, with five double-digit scoring outputs.
Bailey possesses two other offers, from Seton Hall University and the University of Michigan.
The 5-foot-10 Newark, New Jersey, native dropped in team-highs in points with 470, steals with 58, and assists with 127, and second with 284 rebounds, good enough for NJ high school hoops insiders to consider Bailey among the best freshman in the 2019-20 class.