Oregon Live has released a list of their top 75 players in High School Basketball, and two of Sprague's players have made the list.
From Oregon Live:"The Oregon high school basketball scene is loaded with talent for the 2017-18 season, with more than 40 returning all-state players across the three highest classifications and multiple stars who have appeared on national rankings lists for their respective classes.
Here are 75 of the top players to watch in Oregon high school basketball. This list is by no means comprehensive, either; we easily could have listed another 75, too. Let us know in the comments section which players you're most excited to see play in the months ahead."
Below is their information on the two sprague athletes who made their list. You can look at all their top picks on their article here.
Bock can score from three-point range or inside. “She puts the ball in the basket,” Sprague coach Casey Williams said of the 5-foot-5 guard. A three-year starter, she is a key leader for the Olympians. She earned second team all-Greater Valley honors last season.
Quitoriano might be the best athlete in the state. Last season, he was voted Greater Valley Conference co-player of the year and first team all-state after averaging 29 points, 13 rebounds and two blocks per game. Quitoriano is a 6-foot-6 monster inside, and he also can shoot it; he made 43 percent of his three-point attempts last season. He is committed to Oregon for football.