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Sven's Ten - Girls State Basketball
We highlight some of the best performances of the 2019 Girls Real Dairy Shootout! (Not an easy task)
Published: 2/20/2019 10:28:48 AM


Each week there are countless quality efforts put up by teams and individuals throughout the state of Idaho. Below are some of the top performances from the 2019 Girls Real Dairy Shootout.
So without further ado, and in no particular order, here is the fifth version of the "Sven's Ten" list, featuring top girls basketball efforts from across the Gem State last week. 

-In Genesee’s impressive 61-46 defeat of Lapwai, sophomore Bailey Leseman found fire from all over the floor, including hitting 4-6 from 3-point land, finishing with 24 points, three rebounds and three steals.

-Just a freshman, Kendrick’s Erin Morgan didn’t take long to establish herself at the state level, shooting 6/10 from the floor with 16 points, 22 rebounds and two blocks in a 54-50 opening round loss to Sho-Ban. Eight of the rebounds for Morgan came on the offensive side of the floor. Morgan then had 10 points and 20 rebounds in a 44-36 quarterfinal victory over Dietrich.

-Teammates Meghan Boyd and Jaimee McKinnie each had huge games throughout the tournament for Eagle to bring home the first girls basketball state championship in school history for the Mustangs. Boyd started with 22 points against Lake City, then had 25 against Boise and 10 in the championship against Mountain View. McKinnie on day one had 14 points, six rebounds and six steals and had an impressive performance in the championship with 19 points and nine rebounds.

-Meridian’s Jaleesa Lawrence and Highland’s Makenna Baker hit baskets back-and-forth in a 70-60 win for the Warriors on Friday. Lawrence went off for 30 points and 11 rebounds and Baker had 29 points, seven rebounds and three steals of her own for the Rams. 

-Bella Murekatete of Genesis Prep started the tournament strong with 20 points on 8-18 shooting from the floor, while also hauling in 17 rebounds, rejecting six shots and swiping four steals, as the Jaguars fell to Nezperce 46-42 on Thursday. As you would expect, the Washington State commit Murekatete also dominated in the other games played in tournament, putting up 19 points and 16 rebounds against Rockland and 19 points and 22 rebounds against Kendrick.

-Sho-Ban’s Harley Jackson placed herself all over the record books for the 1AD2 classification by hitting ten 3-pointers and finishing with 40 points, six rebounds and three steals in a 62-57 loss to Nezperce. Sydney Boyer (18 points, 11 rebounds) and Hannah Stapleton (17 points, 13 rebounds) each had double-doubles in the win on the other side of the floor.

-Chevelle Shepherd of Salmon River eclipsed 22 points in all three games of the tournament to lead her Savages to a state runner-up finish, including 29 in the state championship game.

-Jordi Holdaway of West Jefferson filled up the stat sheet in an opening 51-40 win over Declo, pouring in 19 points, grabbing eight rebounds, dishing out five assists and finishing with six steals. Holdaway then had 19 points, 15 rebounds and a pair of assists and steals against Melba in the semifinals and 30 points, eight rebounds and six steals in the third place game.

-Parma defeated #1 ranked Timberlake thanks in large part to a huge game from Montana State signee Madison Jackson, who scored 21 points, grabbed 13 rebounds, blocked three shots and had two steals to send her team to the state championship game.

-One of the best performances throughout the 66 games of the Girls Real Dairy Shootout came on the biggest stage for Sugar-Salem’s Macie Knapp, who had her best game of the tournament in the championship with 27 points, 12 rebounds, two assists and two steals.


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