Sunday, November 30, 2008

Hill 3000, Hopkins Triumphs

#1 posting 11.30.2008
your daily dose of girls basketball news & information

#3 Hopkins stifled #1 Minneapolis South 55-37 (Reported in the Out & About late last night) in the Pat Paterson Memorial Hamline Tournament West Bracket final. From the StarTribune.
Tayler Hill of South reached the 3000 point mark---In the article in the Pioneer Press they indicate Megan Taylor is the record holder. Not true. Katie Ohm has the record.

Eagan beat Owatonna 60-44. From the Owatonna People's Press.

Blaine beat Menomonie 55-50 in Hudson. found in the boxes in the Eau Claire Leader Telegram.

Caledonia beat Stewartville 76-53 in the Lewiston Tournament. From the Winona Daily News.

Jackson County Central beat host Sleepy Eye St. Mary's in the SESM championship game. From the New Ulm Journal.

In the Sleepy Eye St. Mary's 3rd place game Sleepy Eye beat CHOF 54-53 on an Erica Jenson free throw with 3 seconds left. From the New Ulm Journal.

There was an 8 team scrimmage in Faribault. From the Faribault Daily News.

Now that Crookston has been hit by graduation, East Grand Forks is ready to break through. From the Grand Forks Herald.

The Sorteberg twins (Chelsea and Toni) of Thief River Falls are double trouble. From the Grand Forks Herald.

Minneapolis Southwest beat St. Paul Como Park 66-21. SW started the game with a 21-0 run. Southwest was lead by freshman guard Mariah Adanene. She finished with 15 points, 6 steals & 4 Rebounds in her Southwest Debut in only 18 minutes. Junior Forward Laura Maltby had 10 points, 4 rebounds and 4 steals and Senior Center Britta Syverson finished with 9 points, 9 rebounds, and 4 steals as well. It was the Como Park coaching debut of John Robinson, former St. Paul Central assistant and father of Angel Robinson, Miss Basketball 2007 and now playing at Marquette.

Tayler Hill, Minneapolis South 29 vs Hopkins 37-55
Bridget Schuneman, Centennial 25 vs St. Paul Central 68-56
Briana Edwards, Minneapolis North 32 vs Andover 74-69
Katie Loberg, Princeton 25 vs St. Cloud Apollo 82-58
Mariah Clarin, Princeton 25 vs St. Cloud Apollo 82-58
Shawna Sperber, Stewartville 27 vs Caledonia 53-76
Katelyn Adams, Minnehaha 23 (25.875) vs Superior, WI 62-35

Next up: More reports. Much Later today the week in review