“I’ve been a consistent contributor on both offense and defense this season for the team and have a better overall attitude,” Teemer said.
Head coach Scott Green said Teemer is adept at handling the basketball.
“She has taken on more of a scoring role this season while still rebounding and dishing out assists. Jalexis is also a tremendous leader on and off the court,” Green said.
Teemer, a four-year starter on the varsity team while holding a 90.7 grade point average in the classroom, takes her leadership responsibilities seriously for the Wolfpack.
“I’ve been working with the younger players since the summer,” Teemer said. “I’m a vocal leader who tries to talk with them and answer any questions.”
Teemer played on the Peak Performance AAU team out of Atlanta this past summer and is a member of the Student Athlete Leadership Team at North Paulding.
She also has been on the school’s track team, participating in the 100-meter and 200-meter sprints.
Teemer plans to continue playing basketball in college while pursuing a career in the medical field as an athletic trainer or occupational therapist.
The Wolfpack will return to action on Friday, hosting East Paulding.