Final 2022-2023 Illinois High School Girls Basketball Rankings


1. Nazareth (35-1, 3A Champs)

Olivia Austin took on a unique role in making the Nazareth Roadrunners the No. 1 team in the state of Illinois in the 2022-2023 season. 

While Grace Carstensen was the 1st team all-state performer (AP and IBCA), she was the known commodity. But between a group of seasoned juniors and emerging freshmen  — Stella Sakalas, Lyla Shelton and Jane Manecke could play bigger roles next season as sophomores — Nazareth’s depth is ludicrous. 

With all of that said, Austin was the best kept secret in coach Ed Stritzel’s mind entering the season. 

“I’ve been training a lot with Byron (Xerxes Livsey) and I’ve been doing a lot of things outside practice, working on my free throws… I’ve just been trying to get my touches to improve around the rim and get my shots to start falling.”

Last Saturday in the semis and state final, Austin’s abilities were on full display, with Austin’s impact as big as anyone’s in determining one of the 4 state team champions. 

“Her athleticism is off the charts,” Nazareth Academy coach Ed Stritzel said. “Some people see this big girl and think she’s just an inside post, but she is such a problem. Her speed is ridiculous and now she is starting to clean up her ball-handling.”

Austin scored 23 points with 12 rebounds and 3 assists after a 9-point,12-rebound effort vs. Peoria and her team had a positive +/- of 24 when she was on the floor vs. Peoria. 

“It’s amazing we have complete trust in each other,” Austin said. “That’s want makes our team so strong. If one of us isn’t having the best game the other spick her up and we just everyone, there’s no agendas as coach likes to say. The team goal is most important.”

Nazareth Academy won every game it played against Illinois teams, despite a daunting schedule. 

“Sometimes I think the schedule was too much for a 3A school but I think it paid off tonight,” Stritzel said of the title game win. 

Top returning player should be Austin, but Danielle Scully really showed out at state as well. 

Come the 2023-2024 season, which Austin will play in after two more (expected) high school sports seasons of soccer and volleyball, no one should be caught off guard by the to-be senior post star. 

Best Wins: Fremd, Lincoln, Peoria, Deerfield, Carmel (Twice, held to 40 over 2 wins over Corsairs), Montini, Whitney Young, Benet)

2. O’Fallon (34-4, 4A State champs)

The 4A champions made a magical run through the tournament on the backs of one of the state’s best duos in Shannon Dowell and Jailah Petty. Both made play after play in a tight game with Benet Academy. Ended season on 14-game win streak.

What enabled them to be state champs was the number of athletes able to play critical roles. Between Dowell and Pelly being one of the state’s better duos, 

D’Myjah Bolds (rebounder/rim protector) or Josie Christopher(shooter, hard-nosed defender) Laylah Jackson contributing where needed, senior and future Wester Illinois softball player Malia Robertson providing steady minutes and Haeli Tart (2026) providing a glimpse into the future, this Panthers team provided quite a look of what a well-rounded team could be. 

Best Wins: Benet (title game), Alton (Twice), Peoria, Mater Dei (by 20), Normal, Bolingbrook, Hersey (Semis by 17). 

3. Alton (31-2)

Was playing at the level of a top 3 team in the state all season, only two losses were to eventual state champion O’Fallon on O’Fallon’s floor. Also beat the Panthers twice. 

The Redbirds return much of their talent, and I’m going to say Kiyoko Proctor should be the top returner that people should look out for. 

Best Wins: Mater Dei (Twice), O’Fallon (Twice), Okawville, Vashon (MO.), Hersey.

4. Benet Academy (25-8, 4A State Runner-Up)

The Redwings found the winning formula needed after a season of winning close games against good teams, ultimately beating both Kenwood in the super-sectional game and Geneva in the state semifinals by one possession in games that came down to Redwings points on their respective last positions.  

Leading returner should be Emilia Sularski, but young talent should emerge as well. 

Best Wins: Geneva (Semis), Montini, Kenwood (Quarters), Lake Zurich 

5. Geneva (31-4, 3rd Place in 4A)

As team-oriented as team-oriented comes.
Plenty of players that can be the leading scorer of the star of the night any given nights. Going 14-0 in the DuKane is no joke.

Leading returner should be Leah Palmer. 

Best wins: Hersey (3rd Place), Fremd (Morton College Xmas), Lake Zurich, Deerfield.

6. Lincoln (36-1, 3A Runner-Up)

Went into state title game with Nazareth undefeated. Kloe Froebe unquestionably one of best players in state and returns next year along with four other Class of 2024 Railsplitters who started in championship game. 

Best Wins: Deerfield, Peoria, Mahomet-Seymour (Twice), Byron (beat state finalist in 2A by 44). 


7. Hersey (28-10, 4th Place in 4A)

Got red-hot at the end of coach Mary Fendley’s tenure. Katy Eidle was one of best players in state for the last few years. 

Best returner should be Annika Manthy or Kiki Craft.

Best Wins: Fremd, Maine South (twice), Libertyville, (Twice) Benet Academy.

8. Fremd (30-3)

Was one of top teams in state all season, dropped to a red-hot Hersey squad in the postseason mater beating them 2 weeks prior.

Best returner should be 4A all-state performer Ella Todd.

Best Wins: Lake Zurich (Twice), Hersey (MSL Title Game), Maine South, Montini, Benet Academy, Kenwood, Barrington (Twice), Geneva)

9. Kenwood (30-5)

Made CPL title game for second straight year, was one possession away from making 4A state. Danielle Brooks or Arielle Henigan should be top perfomrer. Just a freshman, Brooks was ready for the big moments. 

Best Wins: Whitney Young (Twice, also lost to them once), Saint Ignatius (by 32), Lafayette (LA)

10. Whitney Young (26-6)

Won city championship for second consecutive year, Skylar Jones was one of state’s top players. 

Leading returner Destiny Jackson may be the city of Chicago’s best player entering next season. 

Best Wins: Lyons (Twice), York,Hersey, Kenwood (Lost Twice)

11. Okawville  (34-4, 1A State Champs)

Surely has one of the best resumes of any 1A team in recent memory, having beaten 2 state champs. How often can you say a team from the smallest class has beaten the largest class state championship?

Dominated at 1A state semis and title game. I don’t know that I’d pick them to beat some f theta’s they’re in front of, but they beat some of the best teams in the state. That speaks volumes any which way you cut it.

Best Wins: O’Fallon, Mater Dei (Twice), Galena, Christopher.

12. Bolingbrook (27-4)

Wasn’t as tested by in-state foes as some others near the top, but still among the state’s best after owning the south suburbs.

Leading returner Angelina Smith should be one of the top guards in the state. 

Best wins: Lincoln-Way West (Twice), Edison Academy (MI), Mother McAuley, Lincoln-Way Central, Homewood-Fossmoor (Twice, lost to them once). 

13. Peoria (29-4, 3rd Place in 3A)

Aaliyah Guyton’s the leading returner. Especially excited to see what college she chooses.

Best Wins: Dunlap (Three times), Peoria Notre Dame (twice), Normal, Washington, Marian Catholic, Deerfield. 

14. Deerfield (29-7)

Take your pick, Aubrey Galvan and Nikki Kerstein will provide Deerfield one of the best backcourts in the state next year after the Warriors made a historic run to state for their program.

Best Wins: Montini, Homewood-Flossmoor, Hersey, Mother McAuley, Maine South

15. Maine South (26-7)

Huge win streak in the thick of its schedule. Young team that grew immensely. Meegan Fahy, Ava Blagojevich already one of state’s better guard duos and both return.

Best Wins: Glenbrook South (Twice), Libertyville, Barrington, Carmel, Loyola Academy. 

16. Libertyville (29-5)

Maybe best player in school history, Emily Fisher, moves on to Maryland. 

Kate Rule will be leading returner by Talya Tillman should take a big step up. 

Best Wins: Deerfield (by 28), Glenbrook South, Loyola Academy, Lake Zurich, Carmel.

17. Loyola Academy (28-7)

Paige Engels was one of the most enjoyable players I watched this year and some super frosh players will had into sophomore year ready to make a potential state run. 

Best wins: Montini (Twice), Kenwood, York.

18. Mater Dei (27-7, 2A state champs)

Pulled out close win after close win in the postseason before thrashing a ver strong Byron team in the finals. 

Will have top 10 potential with returning talent for next year, including the star of the 2A state tourney, Alyssa Koerkenmeier.

Best Wins: Paris, Quincy Notre Dame, Byron, Freeburg.

19. Quincy Notre Dame (36-2, 3rd Place in 2A)

Had a 28-game win streak going into the third-place game and their loss to Mater Dei was their lone loss to an Illinois team this year. 

Sage Stratton should be top returner.

Best wins: Mater Dei, Okawville, Butler College Prep (Twice), Deer Creek-Mackinaw (by 32). 

20. Lyons (28-5)

Ally Cesarini had a great season as Lyons went undefeated in WSC. Nora Ezike (2025) should open the eyes next year of those who don’t know her yet. 

Best Wins: Saint Ignatius, York (Twice), Trinity, Mother McAuley.

21. York (25-7) 

Mariann Blass one of the best 3 and D players I saw. 

Best Wins: Maine South (to end long Hawks win streak), Neuqua Valley. 

Stella Kohl should be top returner. 

22. Normal (31-4) 

Olivia Corson was great, and she’s back for a team that appeared pretty balanced overall.

Best Wins: Washington (Twice), Carmel.

23. Montini (27-7)

Best Wins: Deerfield, Mother McAuley, Trinity (Twice), Lyons, Geneva, Saint Ignatius. 

24. Carmel (24-9)

Scored some really nice wins over the best 4A ha to offer. Jordan Wood was one of 3A’s best. 

Best Wins: Benet Academy, Hersey, Cardinal Ritter College Prep(MO.)

25. Lake Zurich (25-8)

Was a top 10 team in the state before injuries to Baylie Parks and Avery Cooper. Will return a young team next year that could be just as good. 

Best Wins: Barrington, York, Deerfield, Libertyville, Stevenson (Twice)

Nazareth Seals The Deal, Austin Soars In 3A Title Game

NORMAL – Olivia Austin shined bright, motivated by a state championship loss last year, and led Nazareth Academy to a 63-52 Class 3A title game win Saturday evening over unbeaten Lincoln.  Austin scored 23 with 12 rebounds and 3 assists.

Coming off an IHSA state finals record of 45 points In the semis, Lincoln’s Kloe Froebe scored 19, held in-check by the attention of multiple Roadrunners at all times.

The Roadrunners ran multiple players at Froebe every time she touched the ball, just to get it away from her. 

Austin and Danielle Scully were bullies in the post, time and again forcing their ways inside to assert their will against the smaller Railsplitters. Mary Bridget Wilson and Grace Carstensen sank some time 3-pointers and the Roadrunners raced along all night long to claim the program’s first girls state basketball championship.

Froebe was active early, but the Roadrunners dictated the pace and shape of the game. 

Nazareth Academy finished 35-1, Lincoln went 36-1. 

Numbers Of Note

Enrollment: Lincoln 810, Nazareth 754

-Nazareth Academy outscored Lincoln 18-9 in the third quarter after leading by 6 at half. 

-Both teams recorded 7 assists apiece in the first half, moving the ball well, leading to 50+ percent shooting over the first two quarters for both teams. 

-The Roadrunners assisted on 14 of 24 buckets and made 24 of 41 shotsx (58.5%).

-Bridget Wilson and Carsten each scored 11 and Amalia Dray added 10.

-Bridget Wilson, Austin, Carstensen and Dray each contributed 3 assists.

-Becca Heitzig scored 12 and Taryn Stolzenberg added 9 (3 3’s).

-Froebe recorded 7 assists, Heitzig had 4 more.

-All 5 of the Railsplitter starters were juniors.

What Did They Say? 

“We understood that we had the size advantage and we wanted to really capitalize off that, especially going in and out, because we knew they’d collapse on that,” – Olivia Austin

“We’ve been playing since fifth grade, a lot of us, so we’ve been able to build a lot of chemistry between us, Grace too,” – Austin

“Nothing (changed) schematically, we did the some thing but I just told the girls, let’s go, let’s put an end this,” – Nazareth coach Ed Stritzel about halftime message

“We thought ended last year with a bitter taste in our mouths. I told them we had a great chance to win it this year, but we’re not going to let that get to us,” -Stritzel

“This is an amazing, amazing defensive effort.” – Stritzel

“I think Grace (Carstensen) really turned into a good captain this year,” – Mary Bridget Wilson

“One of the most devastating moments of my basketball career,” -Grace Carstensen said of last year’s title game loss

“We all just wanted to come back here and seal the deal,” Carstensen

“We were screaming to ‘squeeze her’ (Froebe) is what we call it, basically to get the ball out of the main girls’ hands,” -Danielle Scully

”I think I have the best teammates in the state of Illinois,” – Kloe Froebe

“They sure played hard in the last few minutes of the game, the last quarter, the last quarter and a half, it just didn’t go our way, shots didn’t fall and that’s the game,” – Lincoln coach Taylor Rohrer

First Quarter 

Froebe assisted or scored to contribute to Lincoln’s first 11 points.

Olivia Austin put Nazareth up 10-9 with an and-1 bucket and free throw. 

Nazareth played the high-low game excellently with Danielle Scully, Olivia Austin and Amalia Dray. 

Dray hit a corner 3-pointer that gave Nazareth a 15-11 lead. 

Second Quarter 

Carstensen knocked down consecutive 3-pointers in the second quarter, while Austin and Scully held down the paint for the Roadrunners on their way to a 31-25 halftime lead. 

Third Quarter 

In a relatively short stretch, Carstensen and Mary Bridget Wilson sank triples, then Amalia Dray finished a tough and-1 off a Scully assist. Then Austin dropped in a layup off a Lincoln turnover for a 42-25 Nazareth Academy lead. Dray scored in transition for a 13-2 Roadrunners’ run out of the half before the Railsplitters’ Becca Heitzig stopped the bleeding momentarily. 

The Roadrunners haggled Froebe defensively and got out in transition. Nazareth led 49-35 after 3. 

Fourth Quarter 

Lincoln pulled within 12 on a Heitzig jumper, only for Austin to score shortly following that to make it 53-39 Nazareth. 

Nazareth was doing such a good job of dictating a game, that it was hard to string together consecutive possessions where Froebe had the ball as a threat to score. 

Taryn Stolzenburg hit a pair of 3-pointers to pull Lincoln within 9 with under 2 minutes to go, but it didn’t get closer than that.

Koerkenmeier Triple-Double Leads Mater Dei to 2A Championship

NORMAL — Mater Dei’s win over Quincy Notre Dame to gain entry to the state title game was a strong enough statement as to its likely superiority over the rest of Class 2A.

Saturday, the Knights were in complete control though most of their 62-46 state title game win over Byron, thanks largely to sophomore Alyssa Koerkenmeier’s triple-double. 

The Tigers were able to pull it within 6 points before halftime, but Mater Dei dominated the third quarter.

When the Tigers got back within 10 points in the fourth, Koerkenmeier appropriately rejected a Byron shot, her 10th block of the contest to chalk up the triple-double.  She had 23 points, 14 rebounds.

After utilizing a 1-2-2 zone at times, Mater Dei coach Craig Zurliene said that his team switched into a matchup-zone and allowed Koerkenmeier to rest in the paint and act as a deterrent around the rim. 

Mater Dei finished 27-7 as the state champs. Byron finished 34-4. 

Numbers of Note

-Mater Dei enrollment 393, Byron enrollment 456

-Mater Dei started Players 6-5, 5-11, 6-0, and 5-10.  That helped the Knights get to 15 blocks. 

Koerkenmeier had 16 points and 9 rebounds in the first half alone. 

-The Knights had 20 points in the paint in the first half. 

-Amelia Beer had 3 of Mater Dei’s 6 first-half assists. The Tigers also had 6 assists in the first half. Beer had a game-high 7 assists to go with 13 points and 8 rebounds.

-Macy Groharing led Byron with 14, Ava Kultgen had 12 and Karsyn Bielskis added 10.

What Did They Say? 

“We weren’t expected to get this far, but we knew whatever we needed to do we could do it together,” Amelia Beer

“When I get the ball, I want to score. Playing in this arena, on this stage is a very cool expenrience. There’s so much energy I just want to go straight to then basket,” -Alyssa Koerkenmeier 

“If I can get a hand on the ball and affect their shot, it’s a game changer. It gets everyone in the gym going,” – Koerkenmeier

“She’s (Koerkenmeier) maturing both physically and mentally at an exponential rate, and it showed,” coach Craig Zurliene

“I hit a few 3’s, they weren’t falling in warmups, but I’m glad they fell today,” – Julia Korte

“It’s an awesome experience and an honor to walk off the floor a state champion,” Madison Eversgerd

“It was super exciting experience, especially with these seniors being my last time playing with them,” – Macy Groharing

“I have to give her (Koerkenmeier) credit because she really worked hard down there and she did a nice job,” Ava Kultgen

“We told them in the locker room that this is an experience you’ll remember for a lifetime,” – Eric Yerly

First Quarter 

Mater Dei’s defense and athleticism irked Byron in the early going, and some easy buckets lead to a 16-8 lead. Having a 6-5 sophomore post player in Alyssa Koerkenmeier will do that for you. 

Mater Dei led 16-8 after a quarter. 

Second Quarter 

Avery Trame finished a tough, falling and-1 bucket fora 20-8 Knights lead just over a minute into the period.

All-stater Ava Kultgen grabbed her own offensive rebound, kicked out to freshman Macy Groharing n what resulted in the freshman’s second 3-pointer of the quarter. That made it 25-16. 

Mater Dei continued to go high-low with pin-point passing to Koerkenmeier for easy buckets. 

The Knights held a 30-24 lead at half. 

Third Quarter 

Beer drove for a hanging jumper in the lane, then Koerkenmeier rejected a shot on the other end for a strong start to the second half. 

Koerkenmeer’s 6th block of the game led to a Julia Korte layup and a 34-24 Mater Dei advantage. 

Beer, a freshman, showed off in the second with heads up passes and strong shot choices in and around the paint while navigating Byron’s zone defense. 

Maris Zurliene’s 3-pointer from a  Beer pass put Mater Dei up 46-30 with just under 3 minutes left in the third. 

Fourth Quarter 

The Knights were in control. 

Macy Groharing’s 3-pointer with 3:55 left made it 56-41, but the Tigers were too far removed from making it competitive. 

Byron cut to 12, then 10 when Karsyn Bielskis knocked down 2 tree throws with a little less than 3 minutes left. 

Madison Eversgerd had the honor of dribbling the clock out in the final moments with four other seniors on the floor. 

Kraus And Crew Bring Okawville State Title

NORMAL — Let there be no doubt that the dominant Okawville Rockets capped one of the more impressive seasons in Class 1A in recent years with a 56-35 state championship game victory over Christopher Bearcats Saturday.

Alayna Kraus scored 20+ (21) for the second straight day, asserting herself as arguably the best player in the class, with Bearcat forward Amiah Hargrove (19 points, 8 rebounds), making a claim as well for that distinction. Both play for the Bradley Beal Elite AAU program and are tight friends. 

Okawville finished 34-4, each of their losses coming to substantially larger schools.

Numbers of Note:

-Okawville enrollment 175.5, Christopher enrollment 252

-Megan Rennegarbe scored 17 points on 7 of 8 shooting and had 5 rebounds.

-Okawville shot 11 of 22 in the first half and 23 of 44 (52.3%) for the game. They shot at least 50% in every quarter. 

-The Rockets held the Bearcats to 15 of 41 shooting.

-Okawville’s defense was key, and the Rockets had a 27-22 rebound advantage. 

-Okawville possessed the ball cleanly and turned it over just 5 times. 

-The Rockets scored 36 points in the paint. 

-Makayla Dejear and Jessica Gordon scored 7 points apiece. 

-Briley Rhodes and Madisyn Wienstroer each had 4 assists apiece.

-McKenzie Jackson 7 rebounds for the Bearcats.  

What Did They Say? 

“We saw some people at a restaurant and we said ‘let’s all bring it back to the South,’” 1st-year Okawville coach and alum Haylee Bowers

“Our schedule is definitely a huge part of why we’re here… we played 3A and 4A, the best of the best,” – Bowers

“They had the ambition and the drive to get here and every time  I walked into the locker room, they said ‘coach, we’re ready,’” – Bowers

“Me and Amiah, we’re tight. We play AAU together. We’ve known each other for a long time. We work out together,” – Alayna Kraus

”They’re the best team. (It wasn’t) close, by 21 points. They earned it. They deserved it by far. I’m glad to see two teams from the southern region of the state play in the big game,” Christopher coach Hayden Carter

“It’s not the outcome we wanted but super grateful for the opportunity,” – Amiah Hargrove

“I was so excited to play against her (Kraus) because this was the first time we played against each other in high school,” Hargrove

“The first week we came into practice, we had it in mind, we’re going to (get here),” – Briley Rhodes

“I’m emotional because it’s the last time I’m going to step on the floor with my best friends,” – Rhodes

First Quarter 

Kraus scored 5 of first 8, including a strong take in transition over Hargrove for an 8-5 rockets lead with 2:57 left in the period. 

Coming out of the timeout, Raelyn Obermeier drilled a 3-pointer, which Hargrove answered with an and-1 bucket. 

Okawville led 13-8 after a quarter. 

Second Quarter 

The Bearcats were in full-deny against Kraus, leaving Reagan Obermeier open for her second 3 for a 16-8 Rockets advantage. 

Hargrove answered, as she does frequently, with a bucket on the other end. 

The Rockets got a quick 4-point run from Megan Rennegarbe, who scored in transition for a 22-12 lead with 4:46 lead. Christopher called timeout to stem the tide. Rennegarbe already had 11 points on 5 of 5 shooting at that point. 

Makayla Dejear scored with under 20 seconds remaining with a jumper around the free throw line. Then Kraus, who had scored her last bucket on a pick-pocket steal and layup, went up and over several defenders for a floater at the buzzer, much to the chagrin of the well-traveled Christopher fans who were seeking a charge call. 

Amiah Hargrove picked up 3 fouls in the first half. 

Okawville led 27-20 at the break. 

Third Quarter 

Rennegarbe, already having a great game, benefitted from solid passing to score twice and stretch Okawville’s lead to 40-24. The Rockets lead 44-26 after three quarters. 

Fourth Quarter 

The Rockets maintained control in the fourth.

Deejay knocked down a 3-pointer for only the second Bearcats 3-pointer of the game and Hargrove scored her 19th point, but with Christopher down 16, it was only a matter of time for the clock to go down to zero. 

Briley Rhodes scored her first bucket from the field for an and-1 bucket with 1:10 to go, and before the free throw, coach Haylee Bowers  got her subs in. After making the free throw, Rhodes went to the bench and received a heartfelt embrace from her first-year head coach, an Okawville alum herself. 

Final Regular Season Rankings (Feb. 12) And CPL Title Game Notes 

CHICAGO — Whitney Young controlled most of Saturday’s Chicago Public League City Title game, ultimately prevailing 58-45

The Dolphins went 19 of their  from the free throw line, with Jones sinking 20 of 21 free throws. The senior Missouri commit couldn’t be kept out of the paint, either finishing at the rim or picking up the foul call on her way to a game-high 28 points. It was the second consecutive year that Jones took over at times against Kenwood in the city title game. 

Whitney Young made 30 of 35 free throws. 

“We do know that when we play Kenwood it’s going to a be a lot of aggressiveness. It’s going to be a battle of the boards. And we needed to knockdown our free throws,” Whitney Young coach Krissy Harper said. 

Destiny Jackson had a hot start to the game, making a pair of runners late in the first quarter to help the Dolphins surge ahead early. She got the scoring started in the second, drilling a pull-up 3-pointer to put Whitney Young up 10, scoring 9 of WY’s first 18. The Dolphins led by double-digits the rest of the first half.

 This, a year later after a sluggish shooting performance in last season’s city title game, which she still contributed to largely on the defensive end in that win. 

“I feel way more confident this time than when I played in this environment the first time,” Jackson said. “I feel like that was the difference, just being in my comfort zone.”

Whitney Young led by as much as 17 in the second quarter, aided by a boost from Lily Montalvo and Hailey Hillman. Kiaya Johnson’s defense also led to a few buckets. Hillman and Jones had 7 rebonds apiece.

Ariella Henigan took control at times in the second half  as she and Natasha Barnes willed the Broncos back within 5 points early in the fourth quarter. 

Henigan ended up fouling out with Kenwood down 8 with a few minutes to go. She scored 11, Barnes scored 9, while Sanai Tyler and Jazelle Young contributed 8 apiece. Tyler’s 9 rebounds led all players. 

Neither team were strong shooting on Saturday, going a combined 4 of 25 from beyond the 3-point arc, and both teams shot just over 30% from the floor. Whitney Young scored 26 fast break points to Kenwood’s 10.  first 


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1. Nazareth

Beat Stevenson. Grace Carstensen (2023) committed to DePaul and Olivia Austin has been playing better. 

2. Fremd

Defeated Hersey in MSL title game, 28-2 entering postseason. 

3. Alton

29-1. A potential fourth matchup with O’Fallon could be played on Feb. 21 in the sectional semis. 

4. Geneva 

Pulled out a close win over Sycamore. On a 9-game winning streak and finished second consecutive unbeaten DuKane slate. 

5. Lincoln

Lone remaining unbeaten team left in state. 

6. Whitney Young

Beat Kenwood by 13, got to the free throw line a ton in the city title game vs. the Broncos. 

7. Kenwood 

Now 26-5 after city title loss to Young. 

8. Bolingbrook

Has a good path to a Super-Sectional. May have to beat a Homewood-Flossmoor team it has lost to. 

9. Libertyville

On a 10-game win streak. Had a big comeback win over Carmel Monday. 

10. Quincy Notre Dame

Rolling right along into the postseason. Heavy favorite to win Class 2A.Potential teams to knock them off? Fieldcrest, Peotone, PORTA, Butler College Prep, Dee-Mack, Breese Mater Dei, Teutopolis, Paris. 

11. O’Fallon

If they get hot, they could make it to Redbird Arena. 

12. Deerfield

On fire as of late. Convincingly defeated Maine South. 

13. Benet Academy

Edged Montini, lost to Carmel on the 1st on a last-second play. Won 2 of 3 games with Carmel this season. 

14. Peoria

Now 23-3. Will have to get by some good teams to get out of the Richwoods’ sectional 

15. Loyola Academy

Heads into the postseason plenty battle-tested. In a span of a few days, beat Montini comfortably, then lost to a then-red-hot Mother McAuley. 

16. Montini 

23-7, lost to Loyola and Benet in the last week. 

17. Lyons

Undefeated in the WSC (12-0) and has won 12 straight. 

18. Maine South 

Now’s the time to see how the sophomore-heavy Hawks respond to postseason basketball. 

19. Saint Ignatius

24-6, trying to get things right after two  GCAC tourney losses. 

20. Peoria Notre Dame

In a tough sectional, but capable of making a run. 

21. Normal

Will likely have to beat Joliet West, and then either O’Fallon or Alton to get through sectional. 28-3.

22. Carmel

Battle-tested and adapting to the loss injured forward Mia Gillis. Beat highly-ranked Benet, only to loss to a capable Evanston squad.

23. York

Helter skelter style could be fun in a postseason environment. 

24. Hersey

At 23-8, has played many of the best teams in the state. 

25. Barrington

Don’t look now, but they’re entering the postseason hot and Sophie Swanson is scoring in buckets.

Knocking On The door At The End

Lake Zurich




Glenbrook South

St. Charles North

Lincoln-Way Central

Marian Catholic 




Who else should be considered? 

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1. Nazareth 

Nice wins against Deerfield and Marian Catholic this week. Relatively comfortable wins against solid teams. 

2. Fremd 

Controlled throughout against Maine South, also had a strong 59-46 win over Montini. 

3. Alton 

Sustained its first loss, a road defeat at O’Fallon. Alton had already beaten O’Fallon twice this year. Losing in a wild road environment not a big knock on the Redbirds, who have been playing some of the best ball in the state.

4. Geneva

Three wins this past week, including a victory over St. Charles North.

5. Kenwood 

Overcame a double-digit first-half deficit to beat Whitney Young Saturday at Brooks High School. Ariella Henigan was huge with 28 points. 

6. Lincoln


7. Whitney Young

Sustained a close loss to Kenwood in a potential preview of the city title game. 

8. Bolingbrook

Took first in-state loss of the season to Homewood-Flossmoor. 

9. Benet 

Play Carmel in ESCC tournament on Wednesday. 

10. Libertyville 

22-4, play Lake Zurich and Maine South this week. Registered a solid win over Lake Forest. 

11. Quincy Notre Dame 

Up to a 16-game win streak. Have not lost to an Illinois team. 

12. O’Fallon

Third time was a charm in a 51-38 home win vs. previously-undefeated Alton. Also beat Edwardsville. 

13. Maine South 

Two wins and a loss to No. 2 Fremd. 

14. Saint Ignatius 

Winners of 15 straight against Illinois teams. 

15. Montini 

A loss to Fremd and 2 wins this past week. 

16. Peoria 

Decisive 56-35 win over Normal. 

17. Deerfield 

Played competitively with Nazareth, in a loss, scored 90 vs. Niles North and beat Lake Forest on the road. 

18. Hersey 

Fell to Prospect, big road win over Mother McAuley. Fun matchup with Glenbrook South on Monday. 

19. Normal 

Fell to Peoria, won 2 games.

20. Carmel Catholic 

Won 2 games and big matchup with Benet coming in ESCC tourney.

21. Lyons 

Pulled out close wins over Lincoln-Way West and Mother McAuley. Will have to beat Downers Grove North and York to finish unbeaten in conference play. 

22. York

Won 3 games last week a a big showdown looms with Lyons on Friday. 

23. Loyola Academy 

2 wins, including one over Prospect, and a loss to Glenbrook South. 

24. Peoria Notre Dame 

Defeated by Morton, defeated Urbana and small-school power Dee-Mack.

25. Barrington

Won 3 games, now 19-8.

Games With Rankings Implications 

Prospect at Stevenson

Prospect knocked off Hersey in its second try vs. Hersey this season. Did so on the road and up to 20 wins. Bordering on the rankings Had some rough bigger losses earlier in the season, but to good teams. A home game against Stevenson could be a really fun one. Stevenson has 4 straight wins, which included a conference win over Lake Zurich.

Lake Zurich at Libertyville 

Finally mending some from injury. Won 2 games and lost by a point to New Trier. Big road game with NSC title implications Tuesday at Libertyville. Could find themselves back in the rankings as they get healthier Libertyville also hosts Maine South on Thursday.

Carmel Catholic at Benet 

The Corsairs could boost themselves up the rankings a bit with a win in the ESCC tourney. Ashley Schlabowske seems to be playing good ball for Carmel lately. Anna Hartman is also back from injury, which is huge. The winner will play in the ESCC tourney title game on Saturday. 

York at Lyons 

York could tie for the WSC lead with a win at Lyons on Friday. The battle of guards Ally Cesarini and Mariann Blass could be a fun one. 

Glenbrook South at Hersey

GBS is a very capable squad that could deal a blow to Hersey in Arlington Heights on Monday. Two of the area’s better guards in Sidney Rogers and Katy Eidle go head-to-head. 

Richwoods at Peoria Notre Dame

Maybe Lexi Baer and Kamryn Heider are capable of making a splash at PND on Thursday? 

Girls 2022-2023 High School Basketball Week 10 Rankings 

Girls 2022-2023 High School Basketball Week 10 Rankings 


Week 2

Week 4

Week 5

Week 7

Week 8

Week 9

1. Nazareth (1)

Winners of 15 in a row. Play Deerfield Monday. Grace Carstensen has become the go-to scorer. 

2. Fremd (2)

Beat Barrington and held a good Schaumburg team to 9 points.

3. Alton (3)

Who can beat the Redbirds? No one has an answer yet. Teutopolis almost found a way. Redbirds also beat Okawville, who I’ll write more about later. 

4. Bolingbrook (4)

Still has not lost to an in-state foe and is 19-2. 

5. Whitney Young (6)

Followed win over Hersey with dubs against Northside and Butler. 

6. Geneva (7)

Heads into big week in DuKane at 18-3.

7. Kenwood (9)

Sanai Tyler scored 21 in a 68-57 win over Butler. Also beat La Lumiere and Simeon.

8. Lincoln (13)

Lincoln seems capable of dominating near any team in the state. They roared out to a 19-3 lead over Peoria and never let the Lions get closer than 6 in a 48-41 win. 

9. Hersey (10)

Big games next weekend against Prospect and Mother McAuley

10. Maine South (12)

Had its 16 game win streak ended by York, but not before taking control of CSL South with a win over Glenbrook South. 

11. Benet (11)

Defeated Geneseo and Carmel after a loss to Noblesville on Monday. 

12. Libertyville (14)

19-4 and controls destiny in North Suburban conference at 9-1.

13. Quincy Notre Dame (15)

Winners of 15 straight without an in-state loss. 

14. Saint Ignatius (17)

Defeated Mother McAuley this week to earn an outright win of the GCAC Red.

15. Montini (18)

Winners of 6 straight and play Fremd Monday. 

16. O’Fallon (5)

Fell to Okawville, ending a 6-game win streak. Did beat Civic Memorial and Mater Dei.

17. Peoria (21)

Grabbed its 2nd win over PND in 3 tries and lost to Lincoln. 


18. Peoria Notre Dame (16)

Fell to Peoria in what is a great rivalry and matchup for both squads. Did beat Dunlap Monday. 

19. Normal (19)

Up to 22 wins. Pulled out close wins over Richwoods and Lincoln-Way West.

20. Lake Zurich (8)

Been struggling with injuries to arguably its two best players in Baylie Parks and Avery Cooper. Difficult to pinpoint where they should be given that with both players they’re a top 10 team and without either they’re not a top 25 team. Stevenson beat them and if LZ doesn’t get healthy, SHS or others could find itself in a top 25 spot. 

21. Carmel Catholic (20)

Beat Stevenson, lost to Benet and held Marian Catholic to 24 points in a win.

22. Deerfield (23)

Has won 6 straight, including wins over Mother McAuley and Barrington. Plays Nazareth Monday. 

23. Lyons Township (25)

Undefeated in West Suburban and has won 7 straight. Plays Mother McAuley Monday.

24. Loyola Academy (24)

Now 19-4 with a fun matchup against Glenbrook South coming Tuesday. 

25. Barrington (22)

The saving grace for the 16-8 Fillies is that they’re still built in a way that could lend itself to postseason success. Have lost 3 of last 5.

Unranked team notes 


Beat O’Fallon before losing to Alton. 

Really conflicted when it comes to the greater St. Louis area. Alton is the undisputed best on the east side of the Mississippi in the area. O’Fallon has taken Alton to the wire multiple times and Okawville has a win over O’Fallon now (55-50). The Rockets also defeated the O’Fallon Panthers twice last year. It’s hard to justify ranking O’Fallon above Okawville, but do think the Panthers have a better resume, despite losing to Okawville. 

York (UR) 

Now 17-5 after ending Maine South’s, 16-game win streak Stella Kohl was big in the game. 

Neuqua Valley 

Undefeated in conference play and 16-9 overall. Defeated Naperville North this week but also ha a recent loss to Boylan Catholic. 

Plainfield East

10-0 in the SPC and has won 7 straight games. Lexi Sepulveda scoring quite a few points. 


Now 20-3 and has won 7 straight. 


18-2 undefeated in the Mid-Illini and has only lost to Normal.


17-4 and played Peoria Notre Dame within a point on the 16th. Now 7-1 in Mid-Illini .

Girls 2022-2023 High School Basketball Week 9 Rankings 

Girls 2022-2023 High School Basketball Week 9 Rankings

(Monday, Jan. 16 games included)

Week 2

Week 4

Week 5

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(Week 8 rankings in parentheses)

1. Nazareth (1) 

Testing themselves to begin the new year, the Roadrunners convincingly defeated Fremd, Naperville North and Batavia consecutively.

2. Fremd (2)

18-2 after a loss to Nazareth and a win vs. Conant. 

3. Alton (3)

Improved to 21-0 with wins over Collinsville, Edwardsville, Triad and Teutopolis, the later in an exciting 58-56. Laila Bakery scored 20 points in the Teutopolis win. 

4. Bolingbrook (4) 

Lost to Mason (OH) 44-43, both losses are out-of-state. Also beat Shaker Heights (OH), Lincoln-Way West and Lincoln-Way East.

5. O’Fallon (9)

Wins vs. Belleville West and Hillsboro.

6. Whitney Young (11)

Defeated Hersey at Benet, as Destiny Jackson and Skylar Jones scored 25 points apiece and Olivia Vick hit timely 3-pointers late. Victories over Lane Tech, Lincoln Park and Evanston.

7. Geneva (6)

Fell at Montini in a thrilling game, then defeated Glenbrook South. Notched wins over St. Charles East and Lake Park. 

8. Lake Zurich (8)

Without Baylie Parks, defeated Glenbrook South in a double overtime thriller at Montini Catholic in the Coach Kipp Hoopsfest. Then played without Parks, and had Avery Cooper sustain an injury in the second quarter of a loss to St. Charles North. Defeated Libertyville and Mundelein during the week. 

9. Kenwood (4)

Big week of matchups, beat Phillips, lost to Loyola Academy and defeated Libertyville in Overtime. 

10. Hersey (10)

Lost to Whitney Young and defeated Elk Grove. 

11. Benet (7)

Fell to Noblesville (IN) as Sam Trimberger scored 22. Had a win over Proviso West. 

12. Maine South (15) 

Winners of 14 straight after beating Carmel, New Trier and Prospect.

13. Lincoln (20)

Kloe Froebe’s ridiculous triple-double of 43 points, 11 rebounds and 11 steals led Lincoln to a 91-54 thrashing of Wheaton North.

Also beat Champaign Central. Puts undefeated, 22-0 mark on the line Saturday vs. Peoria.

14. Libertyville (12)

Led late but couldn’t hold on vs. Kenwood, also lost to Lake Zurich. Defeated Zion-Benton and Stevenson, the latter on an Emily Fisher buzzer-beater. Fisher also became the program’s all-time leading scorer.  

15. Quincy Notre Dame (13)

Defeated Rochester by 10 and Rock Island by 53. 

16. Peoria Notre Dame (18)

Handed Normal its first loss of the season, 49-46. Had a close call vs. Elmwood, 34-31 and bested Winnebago and Dunlap 52-51.

17. St. Ignatius (UR)

Undefeated in the GCAC and had wins this week against Loyola Academy and York. 10 straight wins against Illinois foes. 

18. Montini (19)

Big win at home Coach Kipp Hoopsfest against Geneva, with Victoria Matulevicius scoring the game-winner. Also defeated Marist, Fenwick and Rosary.


19. Normal  (14)

Lost its first two games of the season to Peoria Notre Dame and Incarnate Word (MO.) Won over East Moline. 

20. Carmel (16)

Lost to Maine South, defeated Conant, Huntley and Stevenson. 

21. Peoria (21)

Defeated Richwoods and Pattonville (MO.) , has a rubber match with peoria Notre Dame coming up Thursday. 

22. Barrington (22) 

Lone game was a win over Palatine. Has a game at Fremd Tuesday. 

23. Deerfield (23)

Now 17-4  after wins over Maine West, Vernon Hills and Mother McAuley. Play Barrington Wednesday.

24. Loyola Academy (17)

Defeated Kenwood, Northside and Minooka. Fell against Saint Ignatius and Lincoln-Way Central. 

25. Lyons (24)

Handed losses to Glenbard West, Hinsdale Central, Downers Grove South and St. Charles East.  

7 Unranked Team Notes:

Naperville North can play with near anyone in the state and has played close games with some of the state’s best.

Glenbrook South impressed me against Lake Zurich and Geneva. 

St. Charles North  has been dealt some heavy losses, but is looking really good night now. 7 straight wins.  

Huntley has been on the fringe of rankings for a while, had a good win this week vs. Lincoln-Way East (67-54).

Stevenson still has a chance to improve its standing among the state’s best within remaining games against Lake Forest, Lake Zurich and Nazareth Academy. 

Trinity has been playing great ball against good teams. Will enter the postseason potentially as the best team in the state with double-digit losses (currently 13-9). 

Marian Catholic is up to 20 wins and has won 13 straight games since losing to Providence Catholic. 

Illinois Girls Hoops Week 8 Top Performers And Grow The Game Notes 

Illinois Girls Hoops Week 8 Top Performers And Grow The Game Notes 

Each week, I’ll be highlighting the best team and individual performances from around the state that stood out in girls basketball. It could be a state record, an amazing highlight or anything in between. Last season, I tended to base the top performers on stats from several games over the course of a week. For this season’s individual honorees I’ll be focusing on individual game performances. This will hopefully help me recognize more players and spend less time searching for statistics. 

As far as teams go, I want to highlight squads that upset highly-respected foes, put up absurd statistical performances or set new program records, things of that nature, over the course of the week, which will be focused on results over a week and not just in one game. 

Stats are critical to highlight these players and teams. Get in touch to submit a girls team or player at any point during the 2022-2023 season. You can submit stats to our Twitter, @ILL_HS_Hoops and @ill_hoop_scoops. I can also be reached at or on Twitter @Kaleb_M_Carter. 

Editor’s note: Not every submission is included in the top performers. Choices made at KC’s discretion. Games eligible to be considered for top performers were played Jan. 2-8

Grow The Game Shootout Notes 

I attended the concluding day of the Grow The game Shootout at North Central College in Naperville. I saw Stevenson-Evanston, Barrington-Montini Catholic, Alton-Hersey, Maine West-Lake Forest and Highland Park-University High.

No team was more impressive Saturday than the undefeated, 18-0 Alton Redbirds in a 63-50 win over Hersey. 

The Redbirds led by as much 19, withstood a run where the Huskies cut it to 7 in the third quarter , and looked consistent at every spot on the floor. 

“The goal was to stay disciplined, make sure we stay mentally here, don’t take mental breaks on (defense), communication, talk just play the best we had,” sophomore forward Jarius Powers said. 

The big, likely future D1 forward scored 18 points. She muscled up buckets, established good inside position for timely buckets and scored when it was most critical. Double-doubles are common occurrences for Powers, who was averaging 12.7 points and 7.7 rebounds per game through 15 games. Proctor (12.8) and Lewis (10.8) were also averaging double-digit scoring figures. 

“The attitude I approach (with) is you know you can depend on me to come through in the clutch in big games and I’m not going to disappoint you,” Powers said. “I love my teammates to death and I think they’ve got the trust in me in big games when we’re close to give me the ball.”

Sophomore point guard Kiyoko Proctor scored 15 points in the win over Hersey and led Alton’s relentless defense with 9 steals, and distributed 5 assists. She looked beyond her years in terms of composure and getting the Redbirds into their offense. 

Alyssa Lewis (2024), while often a scorer, uses her athleticism to lock up opponents. 

Laila Blakeny (2023) and Kaylea Lacey (2026), the latter already a physical match or superior physically to her elder peers, played well Saturday too. 

Talia Norman (2025) provides a great deal of size off the bench for the Redbirds.

With the absence of Megan Mrowicki for the Huskies, Natalie Alesia (2023) has had to step up and scored 20 points in earning POTG honors.

Some Takeaways

-Stevenson’s a much-improved team from what I can tell. Kate Arne (2024) has had to pick up more slack. The young guards are better. Emory Klatt (2024) reached 1,000 career points in the game. 

-Having watched Montini twice, they’re one of the more enjoyable teams to watch on both sides of the ball and you expect players to make the smart play.

-Barrington has to find more ways to get out and run. Also in half-court, keep getting touches for Molly O’Riordan (2024). Adaobe Ibe’s (2024) role seems to be growing.

-As a 2A squad, University High is going to have the potential to make another postseason run due to its size and athleticism. 

-Highland Park has a ton of size. They were able to get some good high-low looks that made a difference. 

-Start making more perimeter shots and Maine West may surprise some teams down the stretch. 

-Lake Forest’s Rachel Kaus (2023) does so much, it’s hard to keep up. Her court-vision and movement without the ball separate her from many good bigs. She’ll be a great addition to Cornell, which has Maine South 2022 grad Emily Page already succeeding. 

Here are the players who I most enjoyed watching on the floor at North Central College. 

I did this in a Twitter post recently about the Morton College tourney, so going to include this tidbit.

Stevenson – Kate Arne (2023) (Improved offensively)

Evanston – Ciara Gentile (2023)  (Defensive deterrer )

Barrington – Gwen Adler (Is everywhere all at once)

Montini – Victoria Matulevicius (2024) (high-volume scoring capabilities)

Hersey – Natalie Alesia (2023) (Picking up more responsibility)

Alton – Kiyoko Proctor (2025) (Young, skilled, feisty and in control)

Highland Park – McKenzie Reitmayer (2024) (Skilled in a number of ways)

University – Kari Merriweather  (Spark plug with super athleticism)

Lake Forest – Bella Ranallo (Highly skilled, great insticts, can tell she’s a multi-sport athlete just from watching)

Maine West – Aya Deiri (Athletic, defends, attacking on offense and plays with intensity)

Notable Week 8 Team Performances


Incredible week with a win over previously-unbeaten Fieldcrest, 48-38. Also beat Beardstown and Havana. Was 17-0 after the week.


Macy Groharing scored 27 points in a 72-56 win over Morrison. The Tigers also defeated Rock Falls 54-44 and sit at 15-2 and unbeaten in the Big Northern.  


Kate Arne scored 24 vs. Hampshire. Emory Klatt also reached 1,000 career points in the Evanston win.


Pulled out single-digit wins over conference foes Ottawa, 46-43 and LaSalle-Peru, 58-54. 


Won the Lady Jacket Midwinter Classic tournament with a 32-27 win over Marissa/Coulterville. Camrynn Howie was tournament MVP. Also beat Dupo and New Athens.


Defeated Pleasant Plains and Mahomet-Seymour by 24 and 25 points, respectively.

Parkview Christian Academy

Defeated Heritage Christian of Indiana 46-33 to improve to 16-0. Grace Lambes is averaging 17.7 points per game and Liz Griswold is contributing 16.6 points. 

Mater Dei (Breese)

Wins over Althoff Catholic, 39-35 and Benton, 43-31, have the Knights at 13-3. 


Had a 5-game win streak going at the end of last week after Riverton, Vandalia and Southwestern, allowing an average of 29.7 points during the week. 


Nabbed close wins over Mattoon, 60-57, and Rochester, 47-43. Record improve to 14-2 after the pair of wins. 


Wins over Somonauk-Leland, Polo and Aquin Catholic. 

Notable Week 8 Individual Performances

Janae Kent, Oak Forest, Sr. 

30 points, 9 rebounds and 5 steals in a 58-42 win over Tinley Park. 

Heidi Rathmann, Antioch, Fr. 

Put up 28 points, 10 rebounds, 6 steals and 2 blocks in a 58-51 victory vs. Wauconda. 

Trinity Jones, Naperville Central, Fr.

Totaled 29 points, 10 rebonds, 8 blocks and 4 steals as the Redhawks beat Plainfield Central 56-49. 

Abbey Schreacke, Quincy Notre Dame, Sr. 

 Scored 34 points as her team defeated 1A power Okawville 61-54.

Alayna Kraus, Okawville, Jr.

Had 24 points, 4 3-pointers, 3 assists in loss to QND.

Lauren Miller, Central/Southeastern

Scored 27 in a 50-39 win over  Lewistown. Her team is now 15-2 as of Sunday. 

Aaliyah Guyton, Peoria, Jr. 

Totaled 28 points, 9 assists, 7 rebounds and 6 steals in a win over Champaign Central. 

Lexi Sepulveda, Plainfield East, Jr.

Posted 32 points in a 70-64 victory vs. Plainfield North. 

Makenna Yeager, Glenwood, Jr. 

Scored 25 in a win over Eisenhower. 

Sophia Remmel, Dunlap, Sr. 

Tallied 17 points 6 rebounds and 4 assists in a 59-38 win over Morton. 

Page Erickson, Central (Burlington), Sr. 

In a win vs. Cary-Grove, had 23 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals. 

Aubrey Galvan, Deerfield, So. 

Totaled 22 points 12 steals and 6 assists in a win over Marist. 

Elise Ward, Marist, Sr. 

In same game as Galvan’s performance, the lengthy forward put up 29 points, 10 rebounds, 5 steals and 4 assists. 

Catey Carney, Glenbard East, Jr. 

Had 21 points, 6 rebounds and 4 steals vs. Elgin.

Maeve Hassett, Oak Lawn, Jr. 

Knocked down 9 3-pointers and scored 34 points vs. Eisenhower.

Bella Kedryna, Lemont, Sr.

Had 30 in a 37-30 win over Argo.

Iyanah Crosby, Richards, Jr.

Scored 30 as her team beat De La Salle 60-43

Payton Toussaint, Johnsburg, Sr.

Had 22 points, 7 3-pointers in a 52-27 win over North Boone.

Amelie Flowers, Hinsdale South, Jr. 

Totaled 23 points, 8 rebounds in a tight, 43-40 victory against Glenbard South.

Sophia Loden, Mascoutah, Sr.

Scored 23 points and had 18 rebounds in a win over Civic Memorial.

Tessa Crawford, Jerseyville, Jr.

20 points, 10 rebounds, 5 steals, 5 assists vs. Carrollton. 

Grace Wilke, Highland, Sr.

Had 24 points, 6 rebounds, 6 steals and 4 assists in a win over Waterloo.

Abby Compton, Goreville, Jr.

Tallied 23 points, 16 rebounds, 4 assists in a win over Johnston City. 

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