TSWA All-State; 4-year starter -
Lebanon High's all-state point guard Addie Grace Porter has accepted a scholarship offer from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Porter, a four-year starter for Coach Cory Barrett at Lebanon High, helped lead the Devilettes to the 2021 TSSAA Class 3A state finals and a record of 30-5.
During the 2020-2021 season, she averaged 16.5 points per game and 7.8 rebounds per contest -- leading the Devilettes to a record of 30-5 and a runner-up finish in the Class 3A state championship.
As a senior, she was District 9AAA regular season & tournament MVP as well as MVP of the Region 5AAA tournament. Porter was also voted all state tournament.
During her career at LHS, Porter piled up 1,600-plus points, 600-plus rebounds, 400-plus assists and 300-plus steals.
As a 5-5 guard she led the team in rebounds for each of the past two seasons.
Porter will graduate with 12 athletic letters having played four years of softball and volleyball in addition to her four years with the Devilettes.
She is the daughter of William and Nina Porter of Lebanon.
The Mocs closed the 2020-2021 season 14-10 overall, losing to Furman in the quarterfinal round of the Southern Conference Women's basketball Championships.
Katie Burrows became the sixth head coach in the history of the Mocs women's basketball program in May of 2018 after having spent the previous eight years as an assistant at UTC -- first under Wes Moore, then working five seasons with Women's Basketball Hall of Fame head coach Jim Foster.