For starters, those are good numbers in the 7th grade. Keep practicing and working hard, and try and build on your success from the year before.
My advice to you is:
Ask your coach for the playbook, and learn the plays from the inside-out. Study it as if it were a big project, and give it to your coach the next day, asking questions about things involving the play if you don't understand it. You'll be shown to the coach as a leader, and a teammate who is ready to lead the team, which is exactly what a PG needs to be able to do.
The transition a grade level means better players at every position. Therefore, you need to up your game. As a PG, you need to be quick, fast, and under control. You need to be able to hit wide open shots, and shoot free throws. Plus, you need to have court vision and passing ability, and be a smart player. To your team, you are the leader. So, always be positive and encourage them to play harder. As the PG, you have to see the floor. You must be able to dribble well, and pass with either hand.
And, never be negative. You're the team leader, and they will follow your lead. If you get upset over a play, they'll do the same. If you get excited, try and pump them up. It'll do wonders for confidence levels on the team.
Work on those things, and you'll be even better 8th grade year. If you need any more specific tips, I'll be happy to answer, because I want a star...lol.
I got the best star! haha!
That's a great way to think!
Now, make sure you go out and play hard every game, and your results will be amazing!
BTW, give me another star...lol...