Thursday, November 13, 2008

Signing Day: Plains Spin

#2 posting 11.13.2008
your daily dose of girls basketball news & information

Mary signed three players yesterday:
5-9 guard Taylor Luke of Amery, WI
5-10 guard Laura Peterson of Osseo-Fairchild, WI
6-1 center Tristan Rogers of Pierre, SD

Sarah Feeney of Bismarck signed with Denver. The 6-2 guard averaged 14.2 points last year. From the Bismarck Tribune.

Sam Ostarello of Stanley County signed with Purdue. From the Sioux Falls Argus Leader.

South Dakota State signed five yesterday:
6-1 forward Leah Dietel of Jordan
5-9 guard Ashley Eide of Sioux Falls Washington
5-9 guard Tara Heiser of Watertown
6-2 center Katie Lingle of Pierre
5-9 guard Stephanie Paluch of Pierre
From the Yankton Press & Dakotan.

South Dakota signed five
5-9 forward Pamela January of Richfield
6-1 forward Emily Guenther of Southeast Polk, IA
6-1 forward McKayla Knudson of South Sioux City Nebraska
5-9 guard Samantha Mehr of Eastview
6-0 forward Jamie Young, 6-0of Clarendon College, Clarendon, Texas
from the Sioux Falls Argus Leader.
This is USD Coach Ryun Williams first D1 signing class. From the Yankton Press & Dakotan.

Augustana signed two:
5-7 guard Emily Schulte of Sioiux Falls O'Gorman
5-11 forward Lydia Nelson of Lake Preston, SD
From the Sioux Falls Argus Leader.

The Lincoln Southeast dynamic duo KK Houser (Purdue) and Marissa Kastanek (North Carolina State) are parting ways. From the Lincoln Journal Star from the Omaha World Herald.

Nebraska's backcourt is close. From News Net Nebraska.

South Dakota State is aiming for the NCAA D1 tournament. From the Sioux Falls Argus Leader.

Maria Weigelt is moving up the ladder for Mary. From the Bismarck Tribune.

The Northern Sun teams are thumb nailed in the Bismarck Tribune.

Bismarck State needs to find a replacement for Ashley Haines. From the Bismarck Tribune.

Lake Region State has a former marine running the point---Nicole Wells. From the Devils Lake Journal.

The Pillsbury Comets have a four game schedule this season. Why? Their school will close on Dec. 31. From the Owatonna People's Press.

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