Kidder pours in career-high 37, tied for NWAC scoring lead
An all-league second team pick a year ago, Sandin Kidder of Anchorage is determined to make first team, if not West Region MVP, as a sophomore.
So far, so good.
The 5-foot-10 small forward is currently tied for the NWAC scoring lead after pouring in a career-high 37 points for Grays Harbor in a 95-59 road win at Portland Community College in Oregon.
Kidder, of East High fame, converted 13-of-20 field goals for her second-highest shooting percentage (.650) in 32 career games. She cashed in on 2-of-4 3-pointers.
She leads the NWAC at 26.3 points per game in four games.
Her previous career high was 28 points set last season against Spokane.
Her highest shooting percentage of .727 (8-for-11) came against Centralia en route to a 25-point performance.
Kidder needs just 17 more points to reach the 500-point club.