Two Laramie High School Seniors Earn Basketball All-Conference Honor
Laramie High School senior basketball players Jacqui Pulley and Drew Burman have been named to the 4A East All-Conference list in 2014, as released by the Wyoming Coaches Association. This is the first basketball all-conference honor for both players.
Pulley led class 4A in steals per game, as she averaged 3.9 and swiped a total of 94 for the season. She also finished sixth in 4A and fourth in the East Conference with an average of three assists per game. Her final total was 71 assists.
Pulley was the leading scorer for the Lady Plainsmen with an average of 8.8 points per game. She also grabbed 3.9 rebounds per game. She shot 35 percent on 2-point field goals and 15 percent on 3-point field goals. Pulley led the Laramie girls at 66 percent from the free throw line.
The Laramie Lady Plainsmen ended with a 9-15 overall record.
Burman was the leading rebounder in class 4A during the 2014 season at an average of 7.7 per game. He totaled 170 rebounds for the season, which included 46 on the offensive glass.
He led the Plainsmen and finished sixth in 4A in scoring at 14.4 points per game. Burman ranked in the top 10 of the 4A East Conference in field goal, 3-point field goal and free throw percentage. He shot 54 percent on 2-point field goals, 37 percent from beyond the arc and topped LHS from the foul line at 77 percent.
The Laramie Plainsmen wrapped up the 2014 season with a record of 5-19.