Sarah Konstans is a Dallas native who is now also a freshman player on the Davidson Wildcats women’s basketball team.

Of her high school accolades, a standout is her nomination as one of the players for the 2018 McDonald’s All-American Games. At Trinity High School, she was a starter all four years and holds several school records: No. 1 in scoring and free throws made, second place in assists and rebounds, and No. 3 in three-point plays made.

Her biggest honor occurred just over a year ago, when the high-school senior single-handedly scored 41 points when her team faced Dallas Bishop Dunne. That figure is her personal best and a school record.

A string of other awards rounds out her player stats: Dallas Morning News Player of the Week in January 2018; MVP and Co-MVP in 2016-17 and 2014-15, respectively; First Team All-District for three seasons (2015-18); Second Team All-State for three seasons; and Academic All-State for two seasons (2016-18).


A Barn Burner Week For Texas Conservatives

Grassroots candidates are closing with positive messages while the moderates continue with numerous last minute attacks. The Texas GOP is also meeting this week to make some big decisions.