Elizabeth Hill followed up her tremendous junior season with an equally impressive senior campaign.
And the Alabama Sports Writers Association's prep committee recognized her superb work yet again.
The reigning Class 2A Player of the Year was announced late Friday night as one of three finalists for the prestigious award — she joins Collinsville's Brittany Rivera and Geneva County's Karoline Striplin — the winner of which will be revealed March 27.
Striplin was also a finalist in 2019, along with Cold Springs' Camryn Crider.
Player of the Year finalists for the boys will be announced on Saturday, and the winners March 28.
The ASWA's annual basketball awards luncheon in Montgomery had originally been slated for April 7 but was canceled due to the recent coronavirus outbreak.
Super All-State Teams will be released March 31 (girls) and April 1 (boys).
The unveiling of Miss Basketball (April 3) and Mr. Basketball (April 4) is set to follow shortly afterward.
Hill averaged 19.3 points, 6.8 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game for the Lady Eagles last season.
She also claimed 96 blocks and 59 steals en route to securing All-State honors (Class 2A First Team) and a spot in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game.
Hill finished her dominant prep career with 2,203 career points and a slew of other accolades.
See Player of the Year finalists from all classifications below:
Sarah Ashlee Barker, Spain Park
Aniya Hubbard, Hoover
Amiya Payne, Hewitt-Trussville
Farrah Pearson, Hazel Green
Kaitlin Peterson, Eufaula
Sara Puckett, Muscle Shoals
Niaira Jones, Charles Henderson
Quintasia Leatherwood, Central-Tuscaloosa
Shaniah Nunn, Fairfield
Allasha Dudley, Anniston
Madie Krieger, Rogers
Jada Watkins, Sumter Central
Molly Heard, Pisgah
Jemeriah Moore, Midfield
Ruthie Smith, Lauderdale Co.
Elizabeth Hill, Cold Springs
Brittany Rivera, Collinsville
Karoline Striplin, Geneva Co.
Katie Jones, Decatur Heritage
Ally McCollum, Phillips
Bailee Usrey, Skyline
Augusta Arnold, Southern Academy
Mya Brooks, Glenwood
Chloe Johnson, Lee-Scott