Girl's HS BB Recruit Tourney Watch

cyking

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Reminds me of this game quite a few years ago with a little more dribbling..."The lowest scoring game in high school history was a girls district tournament game in Iowa between Melvin and Sibley. Final score at the end of regulation game was 0-0. The game went into 4 overtimes and ended with Melvin coming out on top with a final score of 4-2. It will never happen again in history because girls basketball in the state of IA then was played 3 on 3 half court. Now girls high school basketball is played 5 on 5 full court". (From Wikipedia)

It could happen again without a shot clock.
My wife’s sister played in that game for Melvin and had the key steal to win the game. Great memories.
 
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StClone

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Yeah I have to go with Miss Iowa BB being slightly more prestigious as the population of Iowa is 3.1 vs 6.8 Million so one-half dozen of one...


Tennessee awards one for each class, so it's more like being named 5A player of the year.
2021 MISS BASKETBALL WINNERS (Tennessee)

Division I Class A

Karly Weathers, Loretto High School


Division I Class AA
Reagan Hurst, Upperman High School


Division I Class AAA
Denae Fritz, Maryville High School


Division II Class A
Jordaynia Ivie, Lakeway Christian


Division II Class AA
Jaloni Cambridge, Ensworth High School
 

CyclonesFan4ever

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Tennessee awards one for each class, so it's more like being named 5A player of the year.
My understanding is that Miss Iowa Basketball is voted by Iowa media, not by IGHSAU. I guess Tennessee doesn't have this kind of award but their Gatorade Player of the Year Award, which is the award Emily Ryan won in Kansas in 2018.
 

BoxsterCy

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Hey, this fits into the HS tourney thread. Chaska is coached by Cyclone Tara (Gunderson) Seifert. :D


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