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Alexis Robison Closes Out Impressive Career at Rochester With Another WPIAL Title



One of the most underrated girls basketball prospects in the Pittsburgh area, Alexis Robison, is finishing up her senior year in high school after racking up an impressive list of accomplishments.

The 5-foot-7 shooting guard Robison is a three-time WPIAL champion, 1,600+ point scorer, and multiple-time First Team All State selection.

Robison just finished up her senior season for Rochester, one that included a third-straight WPIAL Class 1A Championship. She averaged over 19 points per game while Corynne Hauser averaged around 20.

In her WPIAL tournament run, she averaged over 25 points per game, scoring 29 in the dominant championship victory over West Greene.

While Robison has yet to decide on where she will attend college, she is undoubtedly one of the most underrated prospects in the girls game in the Pittsburgh area. Robison, like many other talented athletes in the area, has been training with Coach Ameer Dudley and his staff of elite trainers at GameChangers Training for eight years now, improving her game and athleticism.

For more information about GameChangers and how it helped make Robison and countless other players better, visit the link below.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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