Thursday, November 27, 2008

Michigan's 5th High Five Win

#4 posting 11.27.2008
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HIGH FIVE: Wednesday, Nov. 26
Michigan Back on Top
Michigan regains the top spot in the team High Five with 92 points, 32 points more than second place Minnesota. This is Michigan's 5th win this year, the tops of all the coverage area.

On the individual side there was a two way tie for the leader. Jessica Pike of Clawson, Michigan and Traci Edwards of Menasha, Wisconsin shared the title with 20 points.

Jessica Pike, Clawson, Oakland 20
Brittany Carnago, St. Clair, Oakland 19
Brandie Baker, Flint Hamady, Central Michigan 18
Adrienne McNally, Pinckney, Florida Gulf Coast 18
Britni Houghton, Lansing Waverly, Central Michigan 17*
Chelsey Jackson, Flint Central, IPFW 17*
* only one counts toward the high five

Jenna Smith, Bloomington Kennedy, Illinois 19
Mia Johnson, Minneapolis North, Michigan State 13
Lindsay Laur, Cretin-Derham Hall, UW Milwaukee 10
Maria Boever, Worthington, South Dakota State 10
Stacie Oistad, Sartell, South Dakota State 8

Traci Edwards, Menasha, UW Milwaukee 20
Turquoise McCain, Milwaukee Riverside, UW Milwaukee 16
Jineen Williams, Racine Case, UW Milwaukee 14
Stephanie Schell, New Berlin Eisenhower, UW Milwaukee 3*
Alex Klawitter, Janesville Parker, UW Milwaukee 3*
Ashlea Muckenhirn, Osceola, South Dakota State*
* only two count for the High Five.

Jennifer Warkenthien, Willow Lake, South Dakota State 17
Kristin Rotert, McCook Central, South Dakota State 8
Jill Young, Mitchell Christian, South Dakota State 6
Ketty Corneman, Yankton, South Dakota State 2
Kathleen Schjodt, Hot Springs, South Dakota State 2

Ashley Gorsh, Center Point-Urbana, New Orleans 8
Claire Goins, Sioux City Heelan, Santa Clara 4

Charity Iromuanya, Lincoln Northeast, Albany 2

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