For the second consecutive year Chloe Moore McNeil was named TSSAA Miss Basketball in Class A at the Murphy Center in Murfreesboro Tennessee Tuesday night.
Her teammate Tess Darby was a finalist this year and her Sophomore year.
Moore McNeil was a finalist her sophomore year before winning the award￼ in 2019 and 2020.
She is in an elite group of players ￼to win the award in back to back years.
The 5’11 senior guard averages 20 1/2 points, 5 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 2 steals per game, she shoots 65% the field, ￼41% from the three-point line and 84.9% from the free-throw line.￼￼ Moore-McNeil has received numerous MVP and all tournament team￼ awards. She told Thunderbolt Radio Sports that she plans to study nursing and continue to play college basketball. ￼￼ she said she’s not concerned about a “personal award” it’s the team that’s most important to her￼.
Greenfield girls team members were on hand to watch Tess and Chloe be announced as finalist prior to Chloe being named Miss Basketball. ￼
Moore McNeil and Darby along with their Greenfield ￼￼teammates will play at 1:15PM Thursday against North Greene in the opening round of the Class A tournament. Greenfield is undefeated at 33 and 0 and is the only team that is undefeated ￼going into the state tournament in any division.
￼￼Moore McNeil is pictured below with Tess Darby (l) her lifelong friend and teammate prior to leaving Monday afternoon to playing in their third state basketball tournament in Murfreesboro. ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼