Alexandra (and her brother Elijah) both attended Jarrow through Upper Elementary. Her teachers, Danielle Bahl and Matt Diss, reflected on her strong work ethic in their final report, saying

“Everyone in the Jarrow community has appreciated Alexandra’s kindness, enthusiasm for learning, sensitive spirit, compassionate heart and thoughtful demeanor. We look forward to hearing about her successes in the future and will miss her greatly!”

Not only has she gone on to find huge success as Player of the Year, but was also awarded the 4A/3A Metro League player of the year for a second straight season. She was picked for CHSAA’s all-state first team for the first time.

She has committed to joining the women’s basketball powerhouse, Stanford, in January.

Eschmeyer, standing 6-foot-5, has a game as big as her 6-foot-11 father, Evan Eschmeyer, the former NBA player who now coaches the boys’ team at Peak to Peak. She’ll just never say it herself.

Her stats speak for themselves: Eschmeyer averaged 23.5 points per game, 13.1 rebounds and 4.8 blocks this winter while playing in the 4A classification.

Before making her new home in Palo Alto, Calif., though, Eschmeyer could make a run at joining the very rare, 2,000-point, 1,000-rebound club next season when she’s a senior at Peak to Peak.

We’re so proud of you! Keep up the good work!