Africentric is in just its sixth season but already has competed in three Division IV state tournaments. The 5-11 Harris is one of the biggest reasons for the success.

Harris, a starter since her sophomore year, averaged 16.6 points, more than 13 rebounds, four assists and four steals and was district Player of the Year and first-team all-City League-South Division.

Harris, who has signed with Morehead State and was honorable mention Super 12 last year, helped the Nubians win the state title two years ago and earn a state runner-up finish last year. The Nubians finished 23-4 after defeating Berlin Hiland 55-46 for the title last Saturday.

"She had a great season," coach Will McKinney said. "She's been the backbone of the team since the beginning of the season and she's done some fantastic things for us."