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NAME: Quinn Eubank
SCHOOL: Ryle High School
SPORT(S): Basketball
BIRTHDATE: 12/9/2005
HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6'-145 lbs.
PARENT: Chris & Jenny
BIGGEST INFLUENCE: “My grandparents.”
FUTURE GOAL: To have a successful college career and graduate with a master's degree in business

A star on the hardwood and one of Northern Kentucky's top scorers and rebounders, entering this season Ryle senior all-star basketball player Quinn Eubank already had scored nearly 1,800+ points and pulled down 1,300+ rebounds in her great prep career. Her 23 rebounds in a game during the 2021-2022 season set a school record for single-game rebounds, breaking her own record of 19 rebounds in a game.

Quinn has been nominated for the 2024 McDonald's All-American Games and is a nominee for Kentucky Ms. basketball. She recently was named first-team all-9th Region and first-team all-NKAC Div. I. She filled the stat sheet in a 9th region first-round win vs. Dixie Heights when she had 12 points, 11 rebounds, four assists, three steals and two blocks.

Her junior year, the Raiders went 24-9 and were 9th Region runners-up. Quinn averaged nearly a double-double with 14.3 points a game and 9.2 rebounds a game. She also averaged 4.2 assists per game 1.7 steals per game and 1.5 blocks per game. Her many honors included being named Northern Kentucky Player of the Year (Coaches) and second-team all-Northern Kentucky by the Enquirer. In addition, she made the 9th Region all-tournament team and was selected to play in the Kentucky-Indiana Junior All-Star Game series. She began playing varsity basketball as an eighth-grader. She is the program's all-time leading rebounder, plus she is second in school history in assists and third in blocks.

"Quinn is a highly skilled and versatile basketball player," says her varsity coach Katie Haitz, "as well as a good teammate. Quinn has worked hard throughout the years to earn her accomplishments. Quinn's efforts have not only benefited her but have helped our team to be successful during her time at Ryle." She is having a great senior season, too, like the do-it-all game vs. Notre Dame Academy when she strangled the stat line by leading her team in points (19), rebounds (eight), steals (four) and blocks (three). Plus, she added two assists.

This season, Ryle was 33 District runners-up and Quinn was named to the district all-tournament team.

A great student who is active in community service, Quinn plays her club basketball for the Indiana Girls Basketball IGB team. She will continue her play next season at Belmont University. In her spare time, she enjoys going on runs and listening to music, vacationing with her family, hanging out with friends and playing pickleball.

Her favorite athlete is Luka Doncic, favorite entertainer is Zach Bryan, favorite book is The Outsiders, favorite movie is Mission Impossible and most-like-to-meet is Joe Burrow.

COACH'S QUOTE – “Quinn's skills and unmatched athleticism are such a challenge for any opponent to have an offensive or defensive gain. As a multi-purpose player, Quinn has the ability to play at any spot on the floor, playing the post, attacking the rim with speed, and shooting the outside shot. Defensively, blocking shots, constant deflections, and jumping higher than many for the defensive board. I have enjoyed getting to coach Quinn the last six years and being a part of her basketball journey.”
— Katie Haitz, Varsity Basketball Coach

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