California High School Player Makes 15 3-pointers, Including 14 In First Half

This is not the amazing part: Alessandra Aguirre made 15 3-pointers and scored 50 points in The Bishop's School's 96-23 win over La Jolla on Wednesday.

What's even more astounding is that 14 of her 3-pointers came in the first half.

Aguirre, a 5-foot-9 junior guard and a teammate of elite national prospect Destiny Littleton, has 268 3-pointers for her career and counting, according to The San Diego Union-Tribune. Her 15 3-pointers broke a California Interscholastic Federation San Diego Section record of 11, set in 2002.

According to the National Federation of State High School Associations, the national high school record for 3-pointers made in a game is 17, which was set in 2013 by Rebecca Greenwell, who is now starring at Duke. Aguirre's 14 3-pointers in a half is a new record.

You can see them all here.

Bishop's High School junior Alessandra Aguirre went for 50 points, 15 3-pointers and 65 percent from the 3-point line to reach 1,025 points for her high school career.

We count one miss in there, surely just to prove that Aguirre is, in fact, human.

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