2019 All Indian Basketball Queen Contestants

66th Annual Klamath All Indian Basketball Tournament

2019 Queen Contestants (Listed in alphabetical order)

Hi my name is Tessa Gallagher, I am 16 years old. My parents are Louie and Shawna Gallagher. I have 2 older sisters and 4 younger brothers, I am also a auntie to one nephew. I am a sophomore attending Klamath Union High school. On my free time I like to be with family and friends. I am running for 2019s queen of the court. Good luck to all the players and thank you for all the support!
Hi my name is Maci Mortensen, I am 14 years old I am a freshman at Henley High School. My parent are Levi Mortensen & Denee McAuliffe and I have one brother Gage Mortensen. I play basketball and I am active in FFA & 4-H. My hobbies include Sports, Rodeos, Hunting and Fishing and spending time with Family and Friends. I will be attending college after high school. Thank you to everyone that has supported me with running for 66th Klamath All Indian Basketball 2019 Queen, Good luck to all Teams.
Hello, my name is Shielteal Louize Watah. My parents are Steve and Michon Watah. I come a big family. I have six siblings their names are Laliyah, Landon, Vaughn, Grafton, Lisette and Genevieve Watah. They mean everything to me, as long as they’re okay I will be fine. I’m a junior attending Klamath Union High school. I’m a three sport athlete. I play volleyball, basketball and I’m also a track & field athlete. My favorite events are triple jump and javelin where I competed for the OSAA State Championships at Hayward Field two years in a row. My favorite sport is basketball, I’ve been playing it for as long as I can remember. It’s my first love. I went to state last year for basketball as a sophomore and was selected for 2nd team all-state tournament honors. I hope to pursue my dream and play at the next level. My biggest inspiration is LeBron James, who is also my favorite basketball player along with my Dad. I enjoy reading, working out, and spending time with my family. I’m honored to run for queen in the longest running native tournament in the world and best of luck to all participants and teams playing this coming weekend!