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Girls basketball top scorers 2005-2006

Shooting stars

These returning high school girls basketball players displayed a high propensity for putting the ball in the basket last season:

Player, school (grade) ‘05-06 ppg

Jenny Gilbertson, Cotter (11) 18.5

Maranda Dohrn, Lake City (11) 18.3

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Camille Stenhaug, John Marshall (12) 16.0

Alex Montgomery, Cannon Falls (11) 15.0

Rebecca Stier, Grand Meadow (12) 14.6

Tori Lind, Mabel-Canton (12) 14.6

Jackie Hust, Wabasha-Kellogg (12) 14.4

Jessica Benson, Grand Meadow (10) 14.2

Laura Canton, Pine Island (12) 13.7

Savannah Sawle, Rushford-Pete. (12) 13.3

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Jessie Lemanski, Stewartville (12) 13.0

Jill Storlie, Byron (11) 13.0

Brittney Lodermeier, Goodhue (11) 13.0

Hannah Mesick, Chatfield (12) 12.8

Paisley Larson, Kingsland (12) 12.7

Lauren Barber, Owatonna (11) 12.7

Amanda Degnan, St. Charles (12) 12.5

Chantel LaPlante, Chatfield (12) 12.4

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Katie VanDuyhoven, Mankato East (12) 12.3

Sam Sikkink, John Marshall (12) 12.0

Brooke Monson, Austin (12) 12.0

Laura Erickson, Cotter (12) 11.8

Korie Jackson, Cannon Falls (12) 11.7

Leslie Wilson, Hayfield (11) 11.5

Leigh Splittstoesser, Stewartville (12) 11.0

Danielle Ruberg, Rushford-Peterson (12) 11.0

Britni Mensink, Houston (12) 11.0

Allison Downs, Mankato West (11) 11.0

Devin Bowlin, Cotter (12) 10.8

Kate Lesnar, Spring Grove (12) 10.8

Ava Perry, Wabasha-Kellogg (11) 10.7

Jane Pettit, Caledonia (12) 10.6

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