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Heritage sharpshooter Sheehan aims for national 3-point shooting contest

February 21, 2020

Sheehan for 3

 

Abby Sheehan is hoping to put on her Heritage girls basketball jersey one last time this spring.

The senior sharpshooter is one of 16 girls vying for the last spot in the national High School 3-Point Championships during Final Four weekend in Atlanta, and needs the help of a fan vote to get her to the contest. Abby was invited to be part of the online vote by Intersport, the company that runs the High School Slam Dunk & 3-Point Championships.

Abby Sheehan

Sheehan narrowly prevailed in her first round matchup, tallying 51.44 percent of the vote. Now, she's on to the quarterfinals, with voting going through February 26 at 1 p.m. EST. Voting is available here, and can be once a day every day. The eventual winner of the fan vote will participate in the national competition April 5 on CBS.

Sheehan, who played guard for the Lady Patriots, made 44 percent of her 3-point field goal attempts in her senior season that she averaged 10.2 points per game. She earned 2nd team All-Allen County Athletic Conference honors. For her career, Sheehan scored a total of 165 from behind the arc. 

An accomplished 3-sport athlete at Heritage, also playing softball and golf. She has committed to play college golf at Huntington University

Heritage is one of 26 high schools that partners with Parkview Sports Medicine for athletic training, sports performance training, nutrition, athletic rehab and other orthopedic sports medicine services for Patriot student-athletes. Learn more at www.parkviewsportsmedicine.com.

 

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