White, who was the Division III district Player of the Year and first-team all-state, came back from a knee injury to average 24.0 points during the regular season.

She picked up the pace in the postseason, scoring 33 points as the Bulldogs upset third-seeded Newark Catholic 55-39 in the second round Feb. 25 and a career-high 41 in a 68-54 win over fifth-seeded Marion Elgin in a district semifinal March 3.

"She's obviously meant the world to us," said coach Doug Griffin, whose team finished 16-8 and reached a district final for the first time since 2006. "At the beginning of the year, I think that might have been our problem, too. Some of the young kids were kind of in awe and just stood around and watched her. As the season wore on, I think they started to figure out they could help her. That made us better."