CANTON— Cassidy Enns, the most accomplished girls basketball player at Canton-Galva High School since the trio of Wedel sisters were leading the Eagles to three straight state championships in the mid 1980s, recently signed a letter of intent with Wayne State University in Nebraska.
The 6-0 Enns was a four-year starter for the Eagles and this season broke the C-G single-game scoring record with 42 points.
Despite being the focus of every defense she faced, Enns still managed to score 18 points a game and pulled down 8 rebounds a game.
She was a three-time Heart of America League first-team selection and twice was named to the Sedgwick Invitational All-Tourney Team. She also was honorable mention HOA as a freshman.
In both her junior and senior years she earned All-State honors from The Wichita Eagle and Topeka Capital-Journal.
“Wayne State was the very first college to contact me,” Enns said. “After visiting there and talking with the coaches, I knew it would be a great fit. My second visit we got to attend a game and the chemistry the girls shared on the court was phenomenal. They have had a lot of success in the past few years and I look forward to being a part of the Wayne State family.”
Wayne State was 17-12 this past season.