A junior committed to the University of Michigan, Rebecca Lyttle is Hollywood Christian’s leading scorer, averaging 13. 1 points per game and is their best defensive player . She had a team-high 28 points and 9 rebounds in the state 1A title game and was named the Most Valuable Player at three of the team’s tournaments throughout the season. Her ability to set up an offense and create opportunities for her teammates makes Hollywood Christian tough to beat.
After losing the 1A state championship last year by only 3 points, Hollywood Christian came back this year to beat Trinity Christian Academy for the school’s first ever state 1A title. The Eagles finished the season 31-1, playing what was arguably one of the toughest schedules in the state of Florida. Carlos Adamson’s squad enters NHSI ranked #36 in the ESPN RISE FAB 50.