For Kourtney Weber, the stage was never too big.
In fact, the bigger the stage, the better Weber performed.
Take the Division II championship game, for example when Weber poured in 30 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the Lions to their second state championship in three years.
It's the type of effort Ursuline coach Andrea Williams has come to expect from Weber.
“This is where she always shines," Williams said after the championship game. "She put this team on her back, and I always tell her, ‘We’ll go as far as you take us.’ I couldn’t have asked for more than for her to go out that way.”
Williams capped her career with another state championship on her way to adding yet another award to her rèsumè.
For her stellar season, she has been named recipient of the Farm Bureau/LSWA Miss Basketball award for 2018.
It's the latest honor for the Florida State signee, who was also named Louisiana's Gatorade Player of the Year in March.
The 5-foot-10 senior guard/forward averaged 17.7 points, 9.2 rebounds, 5.2 assists, 3.0 steals and 2.8 blocks as a senior.
She was named Most Outstanding Player in the state championship game for the second time, also winning the honor as a sophomore when she led Ursuline to the Class 4A state title.
Making this year even sweeter for Weber is that it came a year after she had to miss her junior season with a torn ACL.
"I'll remember all the adversity we went through and how we hung together to win our championship," Weber said.
She was extra motivated, having to carry more of the load since teammate Brooklyn Mitchell suffered the same injury and had to miss this season.
Weber said she wanted to make sure to win a state title for Mitchell, who will play at Kansas next season.
Weber finished her career with 1,614 points.
While doing so, she made sure the greater New Orleans area kept a stronghold on Miss Basketball honors.
This is the fifth consecutive season that a player from the area has won the honor.
Former Destrehan standout Cara Ursin won it the previous two seasons and ex-Salmen star Kalani Brown won it the two seasons before that.
"It says a lot about New Orleans, and that this is where all the good players are coming from," Weber said.
La. Farm Bureau/LSWA Miss Basketball winners
2018: Kourtney Weber, Ursuline
2017: Cara Ursin, Destrehan
2016: Cara Ursin, Destrehan
2015: Kalani Brown, Salmen
2014: Kalani Brown, Salmen
2013: La’Dencia Johnson, Rayville
2012: Lulu Perry, Benton
2011: Tina Roy, Kaplan
2010: Theresa Plaisance, Vandebilt Catholic
2009: Kylie Leonards, Fairview
2008: Deana Allen, Ellender
2007: Tarkeisha Wysinger, Many
2006: Alexis Rack, Franklin
2005: Courtnee Hollins, Fairview
2004: Quianna Chaney, Southern Lab
2003: Katie Antony, Anacoco
2002: Seimone Augustus, Capitol
2001: Seimone Augustus, Capitol
2000: Alana Beard, Southwood-Shreveport
1999: Ashley Antony, Anacoco
1998: Kisha James, Pineville
1997: Kisha James, Pineville
1996: Judy Clark, Singer