Success and Pittsford Mendon Basketball have become synonymous.

"There's no one star player," said senior Alana Fursman. "All of us are good, starting five is really good, then you can go into the bench and we're all still good."

And while Fursman says there is no one star, the senior has steadily accelerated to lead the team in scoring during her final season.

"One of the greatest things about Alana, other than her personality and love for basketball, is her versatility," said Pittsford Mendon Head Coach Todd Julien. "She can play point guard through center."

Fursman will continue both her academic and athletic career at Merrimack next fall.

"I'm going to be very sad to see her graduate," said Julien. "I have personally worked with her since she was in about sixth grade, seen her come through the program, seen her achieve really everything possible."

But before all that, there's one last thing Alana would like to achieve: winning a state championship alongside the girls that she calls her family.

"I don't have sisters at home, but these are my sisters outside of my family," said Fursman. "We're just all so close to each other, I love these girls."