#15 Kim Critton
Kim Critton is a tremendous jumper and leaper … very quick first step … a super athlete … earned 2006 Southeastern Conference Freshman Academic Honor Roll accolades ... trained and conditioned in Gainesville in addition to completing classes during the 2005 Summer B session.
Freshman Year (2005-06) Played in 18 games, totaling 96 minutes ... played a season-high 21 minutes in the season opener against St. Francis (NY), when she scored a season-high seven points on 3-of-4 shooting ... totaled 24 points and 19 rebounds during the season ... scored in each of the first four games.
High School Graduated in June of 2005 from Mitchell High School, where she was coached in basketball, track and cross country by Harold Wooten … one of five players named to the Memphis Commercial Appeal 2005 Best of the Preps … averaged nearly 19 points per game her senior year at MHS, helping the Lady Tigers to a 31-5 record … named 2005 Associated Press Tennessee All-State Team honorable mention after helping the Lady Tigers advance to the Class AA Sectionals, where she scored 32 points with nine rebounds in her prep finale … helped Mitchell to runner-up finishes in the District 16-AA and Region 8-AA tournaments … garnered 2005 TSWA Class AAA All-State First Team recognition … tallied a game-high 27 points in a 61-47 victory over Washington in the 2005 District 16-AA Girls State Tournament … named by the Memphis Commercial Appeal as its 2005 Best Prep Female Track and Field Athlete of the Year … at the 2005 Class A-AA state meet, placed third in the pentathlon, helping Mitchell win its first-ever state team title … also at the 2005 track event, won the long jump (18-5), finished second in the triple jump (35-9) and ran on Mitchell's winning 400- and 800-relay teams … at the 2004 TSSAA Class A-AA state track meet, placed fourth in the pentathlon, second in the long jump (16-11.50), fifth in the triple jump (34-02.00) and tied for sixth in the high jump (5-00.0) … in 2003, won the state long jump title (17-03.75) and placed eighth in the pentathlon.
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