Emerging 2018 Louisiana Guard ANDREA COURNOYER = Ton of Game & Confidence

ANDREA COURNOYER is a 5’7″ Point Guard from Merryville, LA  ( Merryville H.S. ) who is emerging as one of the more Impressive overall PG’s in the 2018 class nationally.

Andrea is coming off a sensational Sophomore season, where she Averaged over 32 ppg and was Louisiana 1A MVP , as well as Most Outstanding Player of Louisiana Top 28  All-Tournament Team.




She has been playing on the Varsity since the 6th grade and has already scored over 3,000 points.

Andrea runs with the Lady Flames Elite for AAU events.

Andrea is also a very accomplished student with a 4.0 GPA.  She recorded a 28 ACT score and is a potential Valedictorian at her school.

NEW HIGHLIGHT Mix   ( posted Aug 23rd )



AAU Highlights


John Lucas 40/40-September 2015: Confident floor-leader with a scorer’s mentality; handles and distributes in transition; triple-threat attack elevates in mid-range game to the arc; deceptively quick off the dribble; collapses defenses; a scorer. –  Dan Olson  ( espnW )



Merryville’s Andrea Cournoyer lead Class 1A all-state basketball team

Cournoyer proved her scoring average of 32.7 points was anything but a fluke. The 5-7 sophomore broke a 49-year-old Top 28 record by scoring 69 points in two games, including 35 in the title-game loss to Arcadia. She also averaged 5.9 rebounds per game.



Sports Person of the Week – Andrea Cournoyer   ( with VIDEO )







2018 Andrea Cournoyer is something to see!

That AndreaCournoyer is a fierce woman!

Merryville’s Andrea Cournoyer and Alabama women’s hoops coach Kristy Curry

Had a great weekend at Heart of Texas in Frisco, Tx.

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2018 AndreaCournoyer

4 in a row! 2018 PG AndreaCournoyer is 1st team all district and MVP! 32.7 ppg

W/ 69pts, ‘s AndreaCournoyer breaks a 49 yo record for points scored in two 1A games

Merryville on a 7-0 run led by AndreaCournoyer. Check her stats coming in she dropped 34 in the semis

One Comments

  1. That’s my girl! We’re all so proud of her. I think someone should put up signs at the Merryville town lines stating:

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