Senior Johnnah Johnson Scores 1,000th Point for Hun School Basketball

Johnnah Johnson, a senior boarding student at The Hun School, reached an athletic milestone on Saturday, February 8th, during the Mid-Atlantic Prep League Championship. Johnnah scored her 1,000th career point and 15th in the game for The Hun School Raiders, during the fourth quarter against Blair Academy.

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Coaches William Holup and Julie Davis congratulate Johnnah Johnson ’14 on February 8th during the Mid-Atlantic Prep League Tournament at The Hill School.

Coaches William Holup and Julie Davis congratulate Johnnah Johnson ’14 on February 8th during the Mid-Atlantic Prep League Tournament at The Hill School.

Johnnah Johnson, a senior boarding student at The Hun School, reached an athletic milestone on Saturday, February 8th, during the Mid-Atlantic Prep League Championship.

Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) February 13, 2014

Johnnah Johnson, a senior boarding student at The Hun School, reached an athletic milestone on Saturday, February 8th, during the Mid-Atlantic Prep League Championship. Johnnah scored her 1,000th career point and 15th in the game for The Hun School Raiders, during the fourth quarter against Blair Academy. The tournament took place at The Hill School.

Johnnah is a four-year starter on the girls’ varsity basketball team. Scoring as many as 33 points in a recent victory over Mercersburg Academy, the 6’3” center is a strong leader on the 2014 team. She is also the first girls’ basketball player since Emily Gratch ’08 to reach the 1,000-point mark.

In November, Johnnah signed a National Letter of Intent committing her to play basketball for Robert Morris University next fall.

About The Hun School of Princeton:    
The Hun School of Princeton is a co-educational, private day and boarding school in Princeton, New Jersey. Individual attention and strong student-faculty relationships are the hallmarks of the School. On the 45-acre campus between Philadelphia and New York City, student-centered, hands-on learning prepare students for the global community in which they will live and work. The Hun School is comprised of 629 students in its Middle School, Upper School, and Postgraduate Program. The Hun School is home to students from seventeen countries and fifteen states.