One of the most accomplished basketball players in TSSAA history, Smith dominated on the court, leading the Bruisers to consecutive state championships in 1999 and 2000. Smith scored over 2,500 points in her career and snagged over 1,250 rebounds, earning recognition as Tennessee’s Miss Basketball and the State Tournament MVP in Division II in 1999 and 2000.
Another incredibly talented multi-sport standout, Wilson was an All-American in three sports—cheerleading, diving, and track and field. She set GPS school records in diving and track and field. She won the TISCA State Diving Meet in 2007 as a freshman and then captured the title again in 2010 as a senior, earning her the Tennessee Swimming and Diving Athlete of the Year Award for both years.
This incredibly talented multi-sport athlete earned All-State recognition in both softball and volleyball during her junior and senior seasons. She was a three time selection to the TSWA Division II All-State Volleyball team, and a member of the Times Free Press Best of Preps teams for three years for volleyball and one year for softball.
Ranked as high as No. 6 nationally at one point in her high school tennis career, Harris was a TSSAA Division II Singles Champion in 2002, 2004, and 2005. She was also an All-American and Times Free Press Player of the year in all three of those years. She finished her career at GPS with a high school record of 56-2.
The four-sport star was a part of seven state championship teams during her time at GPS. Four of those came in softball where she was all-state and a member of the Times Free Press Best of Preps squad for two years, as well as MVP of the 2010 Tennessee/Georgia All-Star Game