Canton girls varsity basketball senior Katie Chisholm reached the 1,000 point mark for her career on Wednesday night.
Chisholm scored 17 points for the Bears in a 63-42 win over Potsdam to finish the girls’ season undefeated in league play. She has averaged 15.4 points per game for the Bears this season, accumulating 308 points in her senior campaign, according to Max Preps.
“Her effort on the court is outstanding. She is a relentless worker and respects the game, the opposition and the officials. She is a leader to her teammates and always exhibits extraordinary sportsmanship,” said Head Coach Jim DiSalvo.
Katie Chisholm is the daughter of Scott and Martha Chisholm and a four year member of the girls varsity basketball team. She has been a captain on the team the past two seasons.
Chisholm was a member of the Don Petty All-Tournament Team her freshman, sophomore, and junior years. This season she was named the Petty Tournament MVP.
Chisholm was a member of the All-Tournament Team at last season’s New York State Final Four as well as a Third-Team All-State member in Class B. She was also a Watertown Daily Times All-North second team selection last season. Chisholm received an All-Tournament Award at the Martin Luther King Jr. Classic played at Bishop Grimes. She was a Second-Team All-Northern her sophomore season and a First-Team All-Northern as a junior.
Chisholm is one of just five finalists in Section X for the highest honor in girls basketball – the Jan Reitz Award. She has been an Academic All-Northern for three consecutive years and a member of the National Honor Society.