Girls prep hoops: Friday, November 10’s top moments and performances
• LOGAN ROWLES, NORWELL
She scored 25 points, shooting 10 of 14 from the field and getting to the basket at will as the Knights topped South Adams 62-46. Rowles came close to completing a triple double, adding nine rebounds and eight steals in 22 and a half minutes of floor time. Rowles only shot the ball outside of the paint once.
“She was so active tonight. She made so many things happen for us,” Norwell coach Eric Thornton said of Rowles after Friday’s win. “She was everywhere tonight and it’s great to see a senior have the want-to like that. Her motor was great tonight and she got us going for sure.”
• NORWELL FRESHMEN
Maiah Shelton and Kaylee Fuelling combined for 17 points in their first high school outing, hitting seven of ten shots. They each also had two of the Knights’ 19 steals on the night.
• LEXI DELLINGER, SOUTH ADAMS
After a slow start, Dellinger ended with 16 points in the Starfires’ loss to Norwell, including a perfect 8-for-8 mark at the foul line.
• CARROLL GIRLS
A balanced attack led the Chargers past Leo, 69-30, with Kelli Damman scoring 14 points and Laney Steckler and Alyssa Kimes each scoring 13 points. 10 different Carroll players scored in the win.
• HANNA AULT, JAY COUNTY
Scored 25 points in a 69-37 win over Guerin Catholic to open the season on the road for the Patriots.
• MADALYN ROBROCK, HUNTINGTON NORTH
In a 55-48 loss to Warsaw, she scored a game high 22 points and pulled down nine rebounds
• RILEIGH JOHNSON, HUNTINGTON NORTH
She hit four three pointers on her way to scoring 19 points in the loss to Warsaw. She also tallied six rebounds and four assists.
• KAYLEE PATTON, WARSAW
Hit four of five three point attempts and scored a team high 16 points in the 55-48 win over Huntington North.
• BROOKE SMITH, LEO
She scored 15 points in the loss to Carroll.
• BLUFFTON GIRLS
Gabby Streveler and Emme Boots each scored 13 points to lead a balanced Bluffton attack in a 62-27 win over Blackford. Grace Miller scored 10 to join her Bluffton teammates in double figures. Eight different players scored for the Tigers.
• ASHYA KLOPFENSTEIN, WESTVIEW
In a 42-34 loss to Wawasee, she scored 20 points, including an eight point second quarter.