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MaxPreps/AVCA Players of the Week
MaxPreps/AVCA High School Players of the Week
For the week of Nov. 9-15

6'2" | Senior | OH/MH
6 Sets Played
Kills: 33
Kills/Game: 5.5
Digs: 14
Digs/Game: 2.333
Receptions: 17
Rcpt/Game: 2.83
Aces: 1
Blocks: 1

Senior | S
10 Sets Played

Assists: 80
Assists/Game: 8
Team Hitting%: 0.189
Digs: 43
Digs/Game: 4.3
Aces: 13
Blocks: 1

5'8" | Sophomore | S
3 Sets Played

Assists: 31
Assists/Game: 10.33
Team Hitting%: 0.213
Digs: 11
Digs/Game: 3.67
Aces: 1
Blocks: 1

5'8" | Junior | S
10 Sets Played
Assists: 76
Assists/Game: 7.6
Team Hitting%: 0.190
Digs: 28
Digs/Game: 2.8
Aces: 3
Blocks: 2

Senior | S
14 Sets Played

Assists: 89
Assists/Game: 6.36
Team Hitting%: 0.129
Digs: 32
Digs/Game: 2.29
Aces: 10
Blocks: 0

5'9" | Sophomore | OH
9 Sets Played

Kills: 50
Kills/Game: 5.56
Digs: 31
Digs/Game: 3.44
Receptions: 37
Rcpt/Game: 4.11
Aces: 3
Blocks: 2

6'3" | Junior | MH
14 Sets Played

Kills: 56
Kills/Game: 4
Digs: 31
Digs/Game: 2.21
Receptions: 33
Rcpt/Game: 2.36
Aces: 5
Blocks: 13

6'4" | Senior | MH
10 Sets Played

Kills: 49
Kills/Game: 4.9
Digs: 19
Digs/Game: 1.9
Receptions: 16
Rcpt/Game: 1.6
Aces: 1
Blocks: 13

North Dakota
5'9 | Senior | OH
6 Sets Played

Kills: 28
Kills/Game: 4.67
Digs: 9
Digs/Game: 1.5
Blocks: 1

6'0 | Senior | OH/MH
8 Sets Played

Kills: 25
Kills/Game: 3.13
Digs: 11
Digs/Game: 1.38
Receptions: 25
Rcpt/Game: 3.13
Aces: 3
Blocks: 5

Senior | OH/DS
9 Sets Played

Kills: 36
Kills/Game: 4
Digs: 41
Digs/Game: 4.56
Aces: 5

South Dakota
Corsica/Stickney (Corsica High School, SD), 19 - 3
Sophomore | S/DS
5 Sets Played

Assists: 58
Assists/Game: 11.6
Team Hitting%: 0.136
Digs: 17
Digs/Game: 3.4
Blocks: 1

6'0 | Senior | MH
10 Sets Played

Kills: 60
Kills/Game: 6
Digs: 34
Digs/Game: 3.4
Receptions: 31
Rcpt/Game: 3.1
Aces: 6
Blocks: 6

8 Sets Played

Kills: 16
Kills/Game: 2
Digs: 25
Digs/Game: 3.13
Receptions: 9
Rcpt/Game: 1.13
Aces: 9
Blocks: 1

West Virginia
9 Sets Played

Kills: 75
Kills/Game: 8.33
Digs: 41
Digs/Game: 4.56
Receptions: 35
Rcpt/Game: 3.89
Aces: 4
Blocks: 8
Netflix's 'Last Chance U' franchise hits the hardwood following East Los Angeles College - OFFICIAL
Netflix's 'Last Chance U' franchise hits the hardwood following East Los Angeles College
The lure of Netflix's "Last Chance U" franchise is undeniable. The streaming series follows a junior college team for a season, spotlighting players looking to make their way to a four-university and beyond. Premiering in 2016 and focusing on gridiron action, the series hits the hardwood for the first time Wednesday as "Last Chance U: Basketball" follows East Los Angeles College.

The cameras put the focus on the Huskies and coach John Mosley for the 2019-2020 season in a state-title quest that was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The show highlights the struggles of former high school basketball standouts and Division I bouncebacks Deshaun Highler of J.W. North (Riverside, Calif.), Malik Muhammad of Narbonne (Harbor City, Calif.), K.J. Allen of Westchester (Los Angeles) and Joe Hampton of Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.).

The struggles faced by the Huskies are similar to their football counterparts in other seasons of "Last Chance U" – off-the-court troubles, grade issues, injuries, immaturity and personal tragedy. Series reviews already proclaim the new season of the franchise among the best because of the intimacy level basketball offers compared to the helmeted-up world of football.
Former Oak Hill Academy standout Joe Hampton is featured on "Last Chance U: Basketball" as the Netflix series dives into hoops action.
File photo by Randy Sartin
Former Oak Hill Academy standout Joe Hampton is featured on "Last Chance U: Basketball" as the Netflix series dives into hoops action.

High school softball: Kentucky pitcher Madison McIntosh strikes out all 21 in perfect game masterpiece - OFFICIAL
High school softball: Kentucky pitcher Madison McIntosh strikes out all 21 in perfect game masterpiece
Madison McIntosh should pitch with a sore arm more often. The 5-foot-8 senior from Rockcastle County (Mt. Vernon, Ky.) recorded a perfect perfect game Tuesday, striking out all 21 batters she faced on just 77 pitches in a 3-0 win over Lincoln County.

Having pitched five games in the previous four days, McIntosh told MaxPreps said she entered Tuesday's game "a little sore," so she "just wanted to make sure that my fundamentals were correct and not try to overdue anything."

Instead, she overwhelmed Lincoln County, teammates and herself while becoming just the fourth pitcher in Kentucky High School Athletics Association history to post 21 strikeouts in a seven-inning game. She was the first to do so since Whitney Valentine pulled it off in 2003 for Elizabethtown versus Green County.

The last perfect perfect softball game — 21 batters, 21 strikeouts — MaxPreps could confirm was by Shannon Becker of Mahopac in 2019, the first ever in New York. Before that, Cedar Grove (N.J.) hurler Mia Faieta pulled off the feat in a 2017 playoff game.
According to the NFHS Record Book, more than 40 pitchers have struck out 21 batters or more in a 7-inning game. The record is 24 by Kelly Holmes of Plymouth Canton (Mich.) who sat down 24 against Walled Lake Western in 1992. There is no available list of perfect 21 K games, but clearly it is rare.

McIntosh, who will pitch next fall at Division III Berea College in Kentucky, has pitched multiple no-hitters but never a perfect game. Her previous strikeout high was 18.

"I was just completely shocked," she said Tuesday via text just hours after the victory. "In the back of my mind, I knew what was going on, but I just tried to play and not think about it."

With her dad and assistant coach Tim McIntosh calling the pitches, none of the Rockets let on they knew what was going on. But Madison knew. All of her pitches were working, primarily her rise, drop curve and fastball. She threw just one change up.

"My speed was up tonight, so my quick pitches were on," Madison said.

Her focus was helped being a scoreless tie until the sixth. That's when the Rockets (11-6-1) struck for three runs on RBI doubles from Raegan Chasteen and Casey Coleman, and a run-scoring single by Haley Pingleton

"By the seventh inning, I got nervous," Madison admitted. "But I just got on the mound and tried to blow it past them."

The right-hander did, She improved to 9-4 on the season while lowering her ERA to 1.75. She's struck out 136 in 84 innings.

The gem was particularly sweet considering she, like all players in Kentucky and most of the country, missed out on a 2020 season due to the pandemic.

It should also be the start of an eventful week. On Friday, she's planning on signing her letter of intent to Berea. The Mountaineers better sign her quick. After Tuesday's performance, more offers might be arriving.

"I honestly had no idea something like this was going to happen tonight," Madison said. "I am just completely on Cloud 9."
Rockcastle senior pitcher Madison McIntosh holds up the ball used to record her 21st and final strikeout in Tuesday's perfect game vs. Lincoln County.
Photo courtesy of Alex McIntosh
Rockcastle senior pitcher Madison McIntosh holds up the ball used to record her 21st and final strikeout in Tuesday's perfect game vs. Lincoln County.
Madison McIntosh has struck out 136 in 84 innings this season.
File photo by Crystal Hester
Madison McIntosh has struck out 136 in 84 innings this season.

High school baseball rankings: Former No. 1 Buford drops in OFFICIAL Top 25 following first loss, playoff elimination - OFFICIAL
High school baseball rankings: Former No. 1 Buford drops in MaxPreps Top 25 following first loss, playoff elimination
Pope (Marietta, Ga.) proved to be a giant killer last week, knocking off the top team in the MaxPreps Top 25 high school baseball rankings. The Greyhounds handled previously unbeaten Buford in three-game series during the second round of the Georgia AAAAAA baseball playoffs.

Buford won the first game, 8-1, but lost in the final inning of the other two games. Pope won 1-0 in the 10th inning of the second game, handing Buford its first loss of the season after 32 straight wins. Pope then scored two runs in the top of the seventh inning for a 5-3 win that ended Buford's season.

Winning big games is nothing new to Pope. The Greyhounds won back-to-back Class AAAAAA championships in 2017 and 2018. They enter the rankings at No. 13. Allatoona, a team that has defeated Pope twice this year, joins the rankings this week at No. 12. Buford fell to No. 14, one spot ahead of Baylor (Chattanooga, Tenn.). Buford has a win over Parkview (Lilburn, Ga.), a team that defeated Baylor in an interstate.

The loss allowed Friendswood (Texas) to move up to the No. 1 spot. The Mustangs are 26-0 and have the program's most wins since 2008 when they went 27-12.

Pope, Allatoona and Auburn (Ala.) were the only new teams this week. Pleasant Grove (Utah) dropped out after two losses to American Fork while Columbus North (Ind.) dropped out after a loss to Noblesville. Farragut (Knoxville, Tenn.) also fell out of the rankings for the first time this year after a loss to Hardin Valley.

Dropped out: Pleasant Grove (Utah); Columbus North (Columbus, Ind.), Farragut (Knoxville, Tenn.)

Game of the Week: Pope 5, Buford 3. One day after handing the No. 1 team in the nation its first loss of the season in a 10-inning, 1-0 win, Pope ended Buford's season with a pair of runs in the seventh for a 5-3 win. Two walks, a single and a fielder's choice loaded the bases for Riley Frost who hit a line drive to left field that scored two. Pope set down Buford in the bottom of the seventh to end the game.

Player of the Week: Malachi Lott, Gregory Portland. In picking up a playoff win over Veterans Memorial, Lott got the victory, striking out 9. He also went 4-for-4 with a triple, a home run and 5 RBI.

Recruit Watch: Max Muncy, Thousand Oaks. Muncy had a home run and a grand slam in Thousand Oaks' two wins over Westlake on Wednesday and Thursday. Muncy is batting .485 on the season with 29 RBI and 6 home runs.

Game to Watch: Barbe vs. Sam Houston. The two Lake Charles rivals meet in the Class 5A state semifinal on Thursday. The two teams split their two matchups earlier in the season with Barbe winning 8-2 and Sam Houston winning 6-4.

Milestones: Billy Jack Bowen of Silo became the nation's all-time winningest high school baseball coach, when including fall and spring seasons. Bowen, in his 35th year at Silo, passed Eddie Collins of Latta on April 19 in a doubleheader sweep of Howe. Collins, who didn't coach in the spring, had retired after the 2020 season with 2,122 career wins. Collins had taken the lead from Murl Bowen (2,115 wins), Billy Jack Bowen's uncle, mid-September of 2020. Bowen's Silo team won its regional championship, giving him 2,132 career wins and counting. Silo will play in the Oklahoma Class 2A state tournament this week.

Streaks: Webster (Wis.) upped its record to 6-0 on the season to give it 43 straight wins. Webster is one win ahead of Roff (Okla.), which finished the 2021 season undefeated (33-0) with an Oklahoma Class B state championship. Roff had won its last six games of the 2019 season and all three of the games it played in 2020 before COVID ended the season.
No. 19 Roff won the Oklahoma B state title with a 12-2 win over Red Oak.
Photo by Gray Siegel
No. 19 Roff won the Oklahoma B state title with a 12-2 win over Red Oak.
MaxPreps Top 25 high school baseball rankings

1. Friendswood (Texas)
26-0 | Last week: 2
Results: Def. Nederland, 10-0, 5-0.
Stats: Jacob Rogers threw a two-hitter with seven strikeouts in the 5-0 win. Dylan Maxcey added a double with three RBI. Maxcey went 3-for-3 with a double, a grand slam and six RBI in the second game. Jaxson Burch tossed a one-hitter in the 10-0 win.
Next: Sat. vs. Fulshear

2. IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.)
23-2 | Last week: 3
Next: Season over

3. Barbe (Lake Charles, La.)
37-2 | Last week: 4
Results: Def. Haughton, 4-3, 5-1.
Stats: Jack Walker upped his record to 13-0 with a 4-3 win over Haughton that included 11 strikeouts. Gavin Guidry got the win in the second game, striking out nine.
Next: Thur. vs. Sam Houston

4. Jesuit (Tampa, Fla.)
26-2 | Last week: 5
Results: Def. Brandon, 7-1.
Stats: Nick Rodriguez was 4-for-4 with a double and three RBI in the win.
Next: Tue. vs. Jefferson.

5. Madison Central (Madison, Miss.)
26-1 | Last week: 6
Results: Def. South Panola, 26-5, 11-0.
Stats: Ross Highfill was 4-for-4 with a double and six RBI while Braden Montgomery was 3-for-4 with two doubles and three RBI in the 26-5 win. Highfill also had a home run and three RBI in the 11-0 win.
Next: Thur. vs. Starkville.

6. St. Mary Prep (Orchard Lake, Mich.)
27-1 | Last week: 7
Results: Def. Brother Rice, 11-0, 12-1; def. De La Salle Collegiate, 4-1, 10-0.
Stats: Alex Mooney hit his third grand slam of the season and Ryan McKay also homered in the 11-0 win over Brother Rice. Jake Dresselhouse homered in the second game. Dresselhouse and Mooney each hit a home run in the 10-0 win over De La Salle.
Next: Tue. vs. Grand Blanc; Wed. vs. Dexter.

7. Thousand Oaks (Calif.)
19-0 | Last week: 8
Results: Def. Westlake, 10-8, 8-2; def. Calabasas, 11-0.
Stats: Maxwell Muncy homered in the first game while Dylan Jackson went 4-for-4 with a double and three RBI. Muncy added a grand slam in the second game.
Next: Wed./Fri. vs. Calabasas.

8. Stoneman Douglas (Parkland, Fla.)
24-2 | Last week: 9
Results: Def. Santaluces, 9-0.
Stats: Santiago Ordonez had a double and two home runs in the win while Gavin Conticello had one home run.
Next: Wed. vs. Park Vista

9. Hamilton (Chandler, Ariz.)
19-2 | Last week: 10
Results: Def. Mountain Ridge, 3-2; 7-3.
Stats: Brock Selvidge got the 7-3 win, striking out 12. He also had a double and a home run and three RBI.
Next: Tue. vs. Basha

10. Gregory-Portland (Portland, Texas)
31-2-1 | Last week: 11
Results: Def. Veterans Memorial, 9-0, 11-3.
Stats: Robbie Spencer struck out 10 and also had a triple in the first game. Malachi Lott got the win in the second game, striking out nine. He also wet 4-for-4 with a triple, a home run and five RBI.
Next: Thur. vs. Sharyland

11. Lakeland Christian (Lakeland, Fla.)
26-1 | Last week: 12
Results: Def. Calvary Christian, 8-3.
Stats: Carson Byrd, Brody Donay and Hunter Laurell all hit home runs in the win.
Next: Tue. vs. Berkeley Prep

12. Allatoona (Acworth, Ga.)
29-5 | Last week: NR
Results: Def. Winder-Barrow, 7-6, 12-1.
Stats: William Mosley went 2-for-4 with three RBI in the 12-1 win while Aidan Jolley had a double and a home run in the 7-6 victory.
Next: Tue. vs. Glynn Academy

13. Pope (Marietta, Ga.)
27-9 | Last week: NR
Results: Lost to Buford, 8-1, def. Buford 1-0, 5-3.
Stats: Peyton Cariaco had 10 strikeouts in nine innings pitched in a 1-0 win. Riley Frost went 3-for-4 with two RBI in the 5-3 victory.
Next: Tue. vs. Glynn Academy

14. Buford (Ga.)
32-2 | Last week: 1
Results: Def. Pope 8-1, lost to Pope, 1-0, 5-3.
Stats: Jax Brockett had 13 strikeouts in 1-0 loss.
Next: Season over.

15. Baylor (Chattanooga, Tenn.)
22-4 | Last week: 13
Results: Lost to Combine Academy, 8-2; def. Combine Academy, 10-0.
Stats: Jay Dill and Cooper Kinney both hit home runs in the win over Combine Academy.
Next: Postseason TBD

16. Lake Travis (Austin, Texas)
29-4-2 | Last week: 14
Results: Def. Vista Ridge, 10-1, 3-1.
Stats: Luke Jackson struck out 11 in the 10-1 victory. Ethan Roark struck out 11 in the second game.
Next: Fri vs. Churchill

17. Reagan (San Antonio, Texas)
31-3 | Last week: 15
Results: Def. New Braunfels 7-0, 2-1.
Stats: Cohen Feser allowed three hits and struck out nine in the 7-0 win.
Next: Fri. vs. Cedar Ridge.

18. Buchanan (Clovis, Calif.)
17-1 | Last week: 18
Results: Def. Clovis, 10-5, 7-6, 12-1.
Stats: Drew Smith had four RBI in the first game, Corbin Ybarra went 3-for-3 with two doubles and three RBI in the second game and Temo Becerra had a double in all three games.
Next: Tue./Thur./Sat. vs. Central (Fresno).

19. Roff (Okla.)
33-0 | Last week: 19
Results: Won Oklahoma Class B championship with 12-2 win over Red Oak; def. Boswell, 15-0; def. Tupelo, 6-0.
Stats: Drew Sheppard hit a home run against Boswell. Trayson Miller had a double and a triple against Red Oak.
Next: Season over, Oklahoma Class B state champion.

20. Parkview Baptist (Baton Rouge, La.)
32-1 | Last week: 17
Results: Lost to E.D. White 3-2; def. E.D. White 5-2, 9-6.
Stats: Brennan Holt, Caleb Stelly and Ty Watson each hit home runs in the 9-6 win.
Next: Thur. vs. Teurlings Catholic

21. Trinity (Louisville, Ky.)
23-1 | Last week: 21
Results: Def. Shelby County, 9-1; Oldham County 5-1; Pleasure Ridge Park, 9-8; Somerset, 10-1.
Stats: Daylen Lile hit a double, triple and home run against Shelby County. Korbyn Dickerson had a home run against PRP and Somerset.
Next: Tue. vs. Silver Creek, Wed. vs. Bardstown, Thur. vs. Christian Academy of Louisville.

22. Puyallup (Wash.)
16-0 | Last week: 23
Results: Did not play
Next: Postseason TBD

23. St. Christopher's (Richmond, Va.)
17-0-1 | Last week: 24
Results: Def. Woodberry Forest, 22-0; def. Greenbrier Christian Academy, 10-4.
Stats: Griffin O'Ferrall had a grand slam against Woodberry Forest.
Next: Tue./Fri. vs. St. Anne's Belfield.

24. Orange Lutheran (Orange, Calif.)
19-2 | Last week: 25
Results: Def. Mater Dei, 1-0, 13-8, 5-1.
Stats: Justin DeCriscio went 3-for-4 in the 5-1 win. Ryan White had a home run and Max Andeel had a triple and four RBI in the 13-8 win.
Next: Tue./Wed./Sat. vs. Santa Margarita.

25. Auburn (Ala.)
32-6 | Last week: NR
Results: lost to Daphne 3-2, def. Daphne 9-2, 8-0.
Next: Fri. vs. Central (Phenix City)
High school softball: Single-season home run leaders - OFFICIAL
High school softball: Single-season home run leaders
With 30 home runs in 31 games, Maci Bergeron of Notre Dame (Crowley, La.) is poised to break the national high school softball single season home run record. The Louisiana junior could potentially break the record of 37, set in 2019 by Olivia Baker of Long (Skipperville, Ala.). But if Bergeron does break the record, don't expect it to last very long.

Ever since the National Federation of High Schools moved the pitching rubber back from 40 to 43 feet in 2011, 20-home run seasons have exploded. Prior to 2011, only 10 high school softball players had eclipsed the 20-HR mark in a season. In the 10 years since, according to a list compiled by MaxPreps, 120 players have topped that number — and that's including a 2020 season where no players hit 20 home runs due to COVID.

Bergeron is on a tear, averaging nearly one home run a game (30 home runs, 31 games) and about one home run every 3.5 at-bats. Ranked as the top team in its division in Louisiana, Notre Dame could go deep in the postseason, giving Bergeron the opportunity to break Baker's record.

Baker was one of 23 players to hit 20 or more homers in 2019, second only to the 28 players who achieved the feat in 2018. Baker is also one of 37 players from Alabama to accomplish the feat, easily the most for any state. Coincidentally, Baker plays at Long (Skipperville, Ala.), which is also the alma mater of Wade Miller, who holds the national record for single season high school baseball home runs.

Baker broke the record of 35, previously held by Shelby Holley of Pisgah, set in 2011. Michelle Palaroan of Reed (Sparks, Nev.), is believed to be the first player to hit 20 home runs, doing so in 1991. Leah Tabb of Putnam City (Okla.) broke the record with 22 in the fall of 1997. Erica Martinez of Fort Madison (Iowa) broke the record in the summer of 1999 and held the record until 2009 when Shannon Colquitt of King/Drew (Los Angeles) hit 27. Holley broke Colquitt's record two years later.

Bergeron could have some company this year in the 20-home run category. Teammates Abigail Savoy and Corine Poncho rank third and fifth in the nation, respectively, with 19 and 17 home runs. As a team, Notre Dame has hit a national record 92 home runs (and counting), breaking the old mark of 89, set by Long (Skipperville, Ala.) in 2019. Only one school, Madisonville-North Hopkins (Madisonville, Ky.) in 2017, has had more than one 20-home run hitter in a single season. Notre Dame could be the first with three. Only juniors, Bergeron, Savoy and Poncho all return next year to lead another assault on the nation's single-season home run record.

Sources for the list include the NFHS record book, state association record books, MaxPreps leaderboards and newspapers accessed through

Additions or corrections, contact Kevin Askeland at [email protected]
Tylar Vernon, Pangburn
File photo by Ted McClenning
Tylar Vernon, Pangburn
Softball single-season home run leaders

37 — Olivia Baker, Long (Skipperville, Ala.), 2019
35 — Shelby Holley, Pisgah (Ala.), 2011
30 — Tylar Vernon, Pangburn (Ark.), 2016
30 — Mikayla Rojas, Heritage Academy (Laveen, Ariz.), 2016
30 — Kasey Flores, Eastlake (El Paso, Texas), 2018
30 — Maci Bergeron, Notre Dame (Crowley, La.), 2021
28 — Tannon Snow, Chino Hills (Calif.), 2015
27 — Shannon Colquitt, King/Drew (Los Angeles), 2009
27 — Kaitlyn Griffith, Cherokee County (Centre, Ala.), 2011
27 — Callie Brister, Hillcrest (Tuscaloosa, Ala.), 2012

26 — Peri Clark, Shelby County (Columbiana, Ala.), 2018
26 — Lydia Goble, Schoolcraft (Mich.), 2018
26 — Brooke Nadolny, L'Anse Creuse (Harrison Township, Mich.), 2018
25 — Peyton Grantham, Daphne (Ala.), 2013
25 — Kaylee Tow, Madisonville-North Hopkins (Madisonville, Ky.), 2017
25 — Kennedy Cronan, Daphne (Ala.), 2018
25 — Emma Latham, Hatton (Town Creek, Ala.), 2018
25 — Karli Spaid, Lane Tech (Chicago), 2019
24 — Erica Martinez, Fort Madison (Iowa), 1999
24 — Holly Currie, Pisgah (Ala.), 2001

24 — Taylor Odom, Goreville (Ill.), 2012
24 — Kendyl Lindaman, Ankeny Centennial (Ankeny, Iowa), 2013
24 — Jenna Ergle, Sumiton Christian (Sumiton, Ala.), 2014
24 — Elaine Walker, Schaumburg (Ill.), 2015
24 — Lizzie Christensen, Collierville (Tenn.), 2016
24 — Jenna Ergle, Sumiton Christian (Sumiton, Ala.), 2017
24 — Abigale Carney, Coronado (El Paso, Texas), 2017
24 — Joley Mitchell, Rose Bud (Ark.), 2018
24 — Caroline Clark, Colbert Heights (Tuscumbia, Ala.), 2019
23 — Hilary Mavromat, Scottsboro (Ala.), 2010

23 — Danielle Richard, Priceville (Ala.), 2010
23 — Kayla Walters, White Hall (Ark.), 2011
23 — Jordan Coleman, White Plains (Anniston, Ala.), 2011
23 — Julinn Torres, Hanks (El Paso, Texas), 2011
23 — Desiree Morrow, Hillcrest (Tuscaloosa, Ala.), 2012
23 — Tiffany Laughren, Unicoi County (Erwin, Tenn.), 2013
23 — Carly Wagers, Williamsburg (Ohio), 2017
23 — Madison Neighbors, Kellyville (Okla.), 2017
23 — Kaylee Lopez, North Vermillion (Cayuga, Ind.), 2018
23 — Johnna Staggs, Wilson (Florence, Ala.), 2018

23 — Crimson Wells, Plainview (Rainsville, Ala.), 2019
23 — Kaylyn Dismukes, Holtville (Deatsville, Ala.), 2019
23 — Alynah Torres, Cactus (Glendale, Ariz.), 2019
23 — Kriftin Fifield, Chapin (El Paso, Texas), 2019
22 — Leah Tabb, Putnam City (Oklahoma City), 1997
22 — Beth Lawson, Hazel Green (Ala.), 2003
22 — Emily Church, Ragland (Ala.), 2010
22 — Whitney Jordan, Athens (Ala.), 2011
22 — Lauren Smith, O'Fallon (Ill.), 2011
22 — Kasey Cooper, Dothan (Ala.), 2013

22 — Stephanie Abello, Benet Academy (Lisle, Ill.), 2014
22 — Samantha Show, East Bernard (Texas), 2015
22 — Caroline Hedgcock, Downers Grove South (Downers Grove, Ill.), 2016
22 — Loryn Sherwood, Stewarts Creek (Smyrna, Tenn.), 2016
22 — Erin Bengston, Grant Community (Fox Lake, Ill.), 2017
22 — Bailey Dowling, St. Joseph-Ogden (St. Joseph, Ill.), 2017
22 — Taylor Dew, Mona Shores (Norton Shores, Mich.), 2017
22 — Brooke Nadolny, L'Anse Creuse (Harrison Township, Mich.), 2017
22 — Stacia Seeton, Westwood (Mesa, Ariz.), 2017
22 — Kaylee Vaught, Pisgah (Ala.), 2017

22 — Emma Kauf, Lincoln Southwest (Lincoln, Neb.), 2018
22 — Lauren Haskins, Thompson (Alabaster, Ala.), 2018
22 — Hope Straight, Mount Vernon Academy (Mount Vernon, Ohio), 2018
22 — Addie Kittel, Lincoln (Gahanna, Ohio), 2018
22 — Julia Kennedy, Gabriel Richard (Ann Arbor, Mich.), 2018
22 — Addie Clark, Show Low (Ariz.), 2018
22 — Erin Coffel, Bremen (Ind.), 2018
22 — Jordyn Bahl, Papillion-LaVista (Papillion, Neb.), 2019
22 — Aaliyah Ortiz, Southwest (San Antonio), 2019
22 — Dren Meginnis, Centennial (Peoria, Ariz.), 2019

22 — Bailey Dowling, St. Joseph-Ogden (St. Joseph, Ill.), 2019
22 — Angela Zedak, Marist (Chicago), 2019
22 — Maci Bergeron, Notre Dame (Crowley, La.), 2019
22 — Denali Loecker, Ogden (Iowa), 2019
21 — Caitlyn Halbert, Yukon (Okla.), 2011
21 — Kory Benson, Oak Grove (Bessemer, Ala.), 2012
21 — Sierra Romero, Vista Murrieta (Murrieta, Calif.), 2012
21 — Alyssa Weibel, Benton (Van Horne, Iowa), 2015
21 — Kayla Konwent, Westosha Central (Salem, Wis.), 2015
21 — Kayla Boseman, Ooltewah (Tenn.), 2016

21 — O'Neil Roberson, Oak Mountain (Birmingham, Ala.), 2016
21 — Lauren Burke, Marist (Eugene, Ore.), 2016
21 — Bailey Byers, West Branch (Beloit, Ohio), 2017
21 — Lauren Esman, Gull Lake (Richland, Mich.), 2017
21 — Carlie Sanders, Hillsboro (Mo.), 2017
21 — Mallory Peyton, Madisonville-North Hopkins (Madisonville, Ky.), 2017
21 — Ashley Prange, New Palestine (Ind.), 2017
21 — Huntyr Ava, West (Salt Lake City), 2017
21 — Bailey Dowling, St. Joseph-Ogden (St. Joseph, Ill.), 2018
21 — Gabrielle Moser, Central City (Neb.), 2018

21 — Bailey Urban, Millard South (Omaha, Neb.), 2018
21 — Kennedy McCurry, Beech (Hendersonville, Tenn.), 2018
21 — Olivia Ball, West Point (Cullman, Ala.), 2018
21 — Lacey Fincher, Faith Academy (Mobile, Ala.), 2018
21 — Olivia Baker, Long (Skipperville, Ala.), 2018
21 — Rylan Ewoldt, Lincoln Southeast (Lincoln, Neb.), 2018
21 — Kaylee Vaught, Pisgah (Ala.), 2019
21 — Savanna Wood, Long (Skipperville, Ala.), 2019
21 — Taylor Keighley, Anchor Bay (Fair Haven, Mich.), 2019
21 — Regan Weekly, King's Academy (Seymour, Tenn.), 2019

20 — Michelle Palaroan, Reed (Sparks, Nev.), 1991
20 — Paige Jones, Thompson (Alabaster, Ala.), 2000
20 — Brittany Chase, Laughlin (Nev.), 2010
20 — Lauren Haeger, Deer Valley (Glendale, Ariz.), 2011
20 — Whitney Cooper, Red Rock (Sedona, Ariz.), 2011
20 — Heather Morales, Indio (Calif.), 2012
20 — Cierra Hutchinson, Johnston City (Ill.), 2012
20 — Nicole Dobemencker, Charter Oak-Ute (Charter Oak, Iowa), 2012
20 — Abby Ramirez, Trinity (River Forest, Ill.), 2013
20 — Kylie Cowan, Foreman (Ark.), 2014

20 — Rachel Garcia, Highland (Palmdale, Calif.), 2015
20 — Bailey Curry, Anderson County (Lawrenceburg, Ky.), 2015
20 — Vanessa Taukeiaho, Etiwanda (Calif.), 2016
20 — Rylie Unzicker, Millard South (Omaha, Neb.), 2016
20 — Victoria Ortiz, Baker (Mobile, Ala.), 2016
20 — Abby Krzywiecki, Mercy (Farmington Hills, Mich.), 2016
20 — Mary Katherine Tedder, Spain Park (Hoover, Ala.), 2016
20 — Mikayla Rojas, Heritage Academy (Laveen, Ariz.), 2017
20 — Rylee Stout, East/North (St. Charles, Ill.), 2017
20 — Ariel Carlson, Marist (Eugene, Ore.), 2018

20 — Brylee Rudd, Spanish Fork (Utah), 2018
20 — Sadie Carpenter, Adams Central (Hastings, Neb.), 2018
20 — Madison Duryea, Bradshaw Mountain (Prescott Valley, Ariz.), 2018
20 — Ariel Carlson, Marist (Eugene, Ore.), 2019
20 — Kassidy Wilcox, Brantley (Ala.), 2019
20 — Maddie Bejarano, Mingus (Cottonwood, Ariz.), 2019
20 — Katy Pozzuto, Garrard County (Lancaster, Ky.), 2019
20 — Shea Putman, Pennington (Blountsville, Ala.), 2019
20 — Jordyn Bahl, Papillon-LaVista (Papillion, Neb.), 2020
20 — Lauren Garcia, Montwood (El Paso, Texas), 2021