Last year, the Brawley Union High girls basketball team had a bit of a secret weapon in Reggie Horta.
She was a freshman and a relative unknown to most teams Brawley played. After torching the competition throughout the year, she instantly became a player to remember.
This year there are no surprises with Horta, as most teams have game-planned to stop her first and foremost.
Early in the year she struggled but was still one of the team's primary scoring options. Last week at the Kiwanis tournament in San Diego, the 15-year-old sophomore started to regain her form and helped the Wildcats to fifth place.
In the last two games of the tournament, against Mira Mesa and Calexico, Horta averaged more than 20 points and helped Brawley to two victories.