Hoop Heroes Girls Squad

WE BEGIN OUR LOOK AT TV-13'S HOOP HEROES GIRLS' SQUAD WITH ONE OF THE TOP GUARDS IN WESTERN WISCONSIN, FLAMBEAU'S VERY OWN, BETH ALBERSON, THE JUNIOR LED THE LADY FALCONS IN SCORING, AVERAGING NEARLY 16 POINTS PER GAME... ALBERSON A THREAT FROM ALL OVER THE COURT, INCLUDING 61 THREE POINTERS...
ANOTHER LAKELAND CONFERENCE STANDOUT AND WESTERN WISCONSIN'S LEADING SCORER THIS SEASON, LAKE HOLCOMBE'S LUCY DERNOVSEK... THE LADY CHIEFTAIN DID IT ALL, LIGHTING UP THE SCOREBOARD FOR 650 POINTS AS A SENIOR, A GAUDY SCORING AVERAGE OF 26 PER GAME... DERNOVSEK, WHO FINISHED HER HIGH SCHOOL CAREER WITH 17-HUNDRED 87 POINTS, HAS NARROWED HER COLLEGE CHOICE BETWEEN DIVISION TWO MICHIGAN TECH AND UW-EAU CLAIRE...
YOU CAN'T TALK ABOUT THE TOP GUARDS IN THE AREA WITHOUT MENTIONING EAU CLAIRE NORTH'S HANNAH QUILLING, A HOOP HERO FOR THE SECOND YEAR IN A ROW, QUILLING WAS THE FOCAL POINT FOR THE HUSKIES, AVERAGING NEARLY 13 A GAME IN LEADING NORTH TO A SHARE OF THE BIG RIVERS TITLE...
THE OTHER HALF OF THAT BRC TITLE WENT TO RICE LAKE, WITH CASEY WEBER NEXT ON OUR LIST OF HOOP HEROES, THE WARRIORS' JUNIOR LED THE BIG RIVERS IN SCORING WITH 18 POINTS PER GAME, AND HELPED RICE LAKE TO THE DIVISION TWO SECTIONAL FINAL...
PERHAPS THE MOST BALANCED TEAM IN THE BIG RIVERS, EAU CLAIRE MEMORIAL... TOUGH TO PICK JUST ONE OLD ABES PLAYER, OUR PICK GOES TO JUNIOR FORWARD KATIE POSPISHIL, THE INSIDE PRESENCE THAT HELPED MEMORIAL ADVANCE TO THE SECTIONAL FINAL...
THE CLOVERBELT CONFERENCE HAS PLENTY TO OFFER TO THIS YEAR'S HOOP HEROES TEAM... EAU CLAIRE REGIS SOPHOMORE KARA POIRER AVERAGED NEARLY 13 POINTS PER GAME IN HER FIRST YEAR AS A STARTER... THE YOUNG RAMBLERS' LED BY POIRER WITH A BRIGHT FUTURE...
ALTOONA'S TIFFANY GREGORICH, HELPED THE RAILS TO A SECOND PLACE FINISH IN THE RUGGED WESTERN CLOVERBELT, GREGORICH LEADING THE WAY FOR ALTOONA, SCORING 16 POINTS PER GAME...
OSSEO-FAIRCHILD EARNED THEIR FIRST-EVER TRIP TO THE WIAA STATE TOURNAMENT THIS SEASON, THANKS IN PART TO THE CHIEFTAINS TANDEM OF ANNA PETERSON AND LAURA OLSON... LOOK FOR COACH TONY CALO'S TEAM TO MAKE ANOTHER TOURNAMENT RUN IN 2008...
TWO MORE CLOVERBELT STANDOUT'S, GILMAN'S NICOLE JOHNSON AND NEILLSVILLE'S SHEILA OPELT EARN HOOP HEROES STATUS... THE WARRIORS' OPELT HELPED NEILLSVILLE TO THEIR SECOND STRAIGHT TRIP TO MADISON...
CHETEK'S NICOLE CHRISTIANSON, HEADED TO MINNESOTA STATE AT MANKATO IS NEXT OUR LIST, CHRISTIANSON LED THE BULLDOGS AND THE HEART O' NORTH CONFERENCE WITH NEARLY 17 POINTS PER GAME...
COLFAX'S KRISTEN LARAMY AND THE LADY VIKINGS ENJOYED ANOTHER OUTSTANDING SEASON... COLFAX PERFECT UNTIL ANOTHER HEARTBREAKING PLAYOFF LOSS TO BOYCEVILLE... LARAMY LED THE DUNN-ST. CROIX WITH A 15.4 POINTS PER GAME CLIP...
ROUNDING OUT THIS YEAR'S HOOP HEROES TEAM, DURAND'S SAMANTHA HOYT... THE PANTHERS SOPHOMORE LED DURAND TO A MIDDLE BORDER CHAMPIONSHIP, POURING IN NEARLY 15 A GAME FOR THE 20-3 PANTHERS...


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