You can always tell when a girls basketball player has grown up playing on playgrounds against the boys. They just have better moves and more confidence, and don’t back down from anybody. Lemons fit that mold better than anybody and it was obvious every time she stepped on the court she wasn’t going to leave until every ounce of her energy was spent trying to win for the Vikings.
Perhaps the most competitive player in the Cape-Atlantic League, Lemons willed her team to 22 wins last season, including a berth in the CAL Tournament championship game and the South Jersey Group 4 finals. Atlantic City lost both those games, but Lemons still had a tremendous season. She scored nearly 300 points, had 59 assists, 46 steals and hit 23 threes.
For her career she scored better than 500 points and had 120 steals and 162 rebounds. She also hit 55 threes in her three varsity seasons.