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MaxPreps/AVCA Players of the Week
MaxPreps/AVCA High School Players of the Week
For the week of Oct. 12 - Oct. 18

Alabama
6'3" | Senior | OH
6 Sets Played

Kills: 53
Kills/Game: 8.83
Digs: 15
Digs/Game: 2.5
Receptions: 18
Rcpt/Game: 3
Aces: 5

Arizona
5'8" | Junior | OH
8 Sets Played

Kills: 60
Kills/Game: 7.5
Digs: 17
Digs/Game: 2.125
Receptions: 24
Rcpt/Game: 3
Aces: 2
Blocks: 1

Arkansas
5'3" | Senior | L
13 Sets Played

Digs: 94
Digs/Game: 7.23
Aces: 10
Receptions: 86
Rcpt/Game: 6.62
Assists: 8

Connecticut
Senior | OH
8 Sets Played

Kills: 41
Kills/Game: 5.13
Digs: 23
Digs/Game: 2.878
Receptions: 23
Rcpt/Game: 2.88
Aces: 12
Blocks: 1

Florida
5'11" | Senior | OH
10 Sets Played

Kills: 70
Kills/Game: 7
Digs: 42
Digs/Game: 4.2
Receptions: 71
Rcpt/Game: 7.1
Aces: 6
Blocks: 2

Georgia
6'3" | Senior
9 Sets Played

Kills: 89
Kills/Game: 9.89
Digs: 30
Digs/Game: 3.33
Receptions: 23
Rcpt/Game: 2.56
Aces: 8
Blocks: 16

Idaho
Junior | S
7 Sets Played

Assists: 71
Assists/Game: 10.14
Team Hitting%: 0.486
Digs: 4
Digs/Game: 0.57
Aces: 7

Indiana
5'11" | Sophomore | OH
10 Sets Played

Kills: 60
Kills/Game: 6
Digs: 31
Digs/Game: 3.1
Aces: 2
Blocks: 2

Kansas
6'1" | Senior | OH/MH
12 Sets Played
Kills: 65
Kills/Game: 5.42
Digs: 36
Digs/Game: 3
Receptions: 60
Rcpt/Game: 5
Aces: 4
Blocks: 7

Kentucky
5'11" | Senior | OH/MB
7 Sets Played

Kills: 55
Kills/Game: 7.86
Digs: 6
Digs/Game: 0.86
Blocks: 4

Louisiana
5'5" | Senior | S
10 Sets Played

Assists: 114
Assists/Game: 11.4
Team Hitting%: 0.172
Digs: 24
Digs/Game: 2.4
Aces: 1

Maryland
Senior
7 Sets Played

Kills: 27
Kills/Game: 3.86
Digs: 15
Digs/Game: 2.14
Receptions: 22
Rcpt/Game: 3.14
Aces: 11
Blocks: 5

Massachusetts
Senior | OH
7 Sets Played

Kills: 14
Kills/Game: 2
Digs: 15
Digs/Game: 2.14
Receptions: 35
Rcpt/Game: 5
Aces: 8
Blocks: 1

Michigan
5'9" | Senior | OH
20 Sets Played
Kills: 105
Kills/Game: 5.25
Digs: 64
Digs/Game: 3.2
Receptions: 119
Rcpt/Game: 5.95
Aces: 9
Blocks: 9

Minnesota
5'9" | Sophomore | OH
7 Sets Played

Kills: 31
Kills/Game: 4.43
Digs: 26
Digs/Game: 3.71
Receptions: 43
Rcpt/Game: 6.14
Aces: 3
Blocks: 1

Mississippi
5'10" | Senior | OH
9 Sets Played

Kills: 49
Kills/Game: 5.44
Digs: 35
Digs/Game: 3.89
Receptions: 37
Rcpt/Game: 4.11
Aces: 4
Blocks: 2

Missouri
5'10" | Junior | S
8 Sets Played

Assists: 106
Assists/Game: 13.25
Team Hitting%: 0.277
Digs: 23
Digs/Game: 2.88
Aces: 6
Blocks: 6

Montana
6'4" | Senior | MH
8 Sets Played

Kills: 35
Kills/Game: 4.38
Digs: 18
Digs/Game: 2.25
Receptions: 24
Rcpt/Game: 3
Aces: 4
Blocks: 9

Nebraska
Senior
12 Sets Played
Kills: 86
Kills/Game: 7.17
Digs: 54
Digs/Game: 4.5
Receptions: 62
Rcpt/Game: 5.17
Aces: 6
Blocks: 3

New Hampshire
5'6 | Senior | OH/DS
6 Sets Played

Kills: 13
Kills/Game: 2.17
Digs: 21
Digs/Game: 3.5
Receptions: 23
Rcpt/Game: 3.83

North Carolina
Gaston Day High School (Gastonia, NC), 8 - 0
Junior
9 Sets Played

Kills: 51
Kills/Game: 5.67
Digs: 29
Digs/Game: 3.22
Receptions: 14
Rcpt/Game: 1.56
Aces: 10

North Dakota
Senior | MH/MB
12 Sets Played

Kills: 29
Kills/Game: 2.42
Digs: 10
Digs/Game: 0.83
Aces: 1
Blocks: 8

Ohio
Senior | OH
11 Sets Played

Kills: 63
Kills/Game: 5.73
Digs: 47
Digs/Game: 4.27
Receptions: 49
Rcpt/Game: 4.45
Aces: 5
Blocks: 5

Pennsylvania
5'6 | Senior | S
15 Sets Played

Assists: 154
Assists/Game: 10.27
Team Hitting%: 0.377
Digs: 21
Digs/Game: 1.4
Aces: 8
Blocks: 1

South Carolina
Cardinal Newman High School (Columbia, SC), 29 - 1
5'5 | Junior | S
21 Sets Played

Assists: 204
Assists/Game: 9.71
Team Hitting%: 0.297
Digs: 48
Digs/Game: 2.29
Aces: 19
Blocks: 1

South Dakota
5'6 | Senior | OH
18 Sets Played

Kills: 81
Kills/Game: 4.5
Digs: 134
Digs/Game: 7.44
Receptions:
Rcpt/Game:
Aces: 13
Blocks: 1

Tennessee
6'1 | Senior | OH,DS
9 Sets Played

Kills: 30
Kills/Game: 3.33
Digs: 16
Digs/Game: 1.78
Receptions: 9
Rcpt/Game: 1
Blocks: 3

Texas
5'8 | Junior | OH
9 Sets Played
Kills: 64
Kills/Game: 7.11
Digs: 28
Digs/Game: 3.11
Receptions: 48
Rcpt/Game: 5.33
Aces: 2

Utah
5'7 | Senior | OH
6 Sets Played

Kills: 29
Kills/Game: 4.83
Digs: 20
Digs/Game: 3.33
Receptions: 24
Rcpt/Game: 4
Aces: 2
Blocks: 2

Virginia
5'9 | Senior | OH/DS/MH
6 Sets Played

Kills: 20
Kills/Game: 3.33
Digs: 7
Digs/Game: 1.17
Receptions: 21
Rcpt/Game: 3.5
Aces: 10
Blocks: 1

West Virginia
Junior | S
14 Sets Played

Assists: 126
Assists/Game: 9
Team Hitting%: 0.390
Digs: 5
Digs/Game: 0.36
Aces: 15
Blocks: 1

Wisconsin
5'7 | Senior | OH
13 Sets Played

Kills: 65
Kills/Game: 5
Digs: 29
Digs/Game: 2.23
Receptions: 35
Rcpt/Game: 2.69
Aces: 5
Blocks: 2

Wyoming
Senior | RS
9 Sets Played

Kills: 30
Kills/Game: 3.33
Digs: 3
Digs/Game: 0.33
Blocks: 7

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Best high school girls basketball team in all 50 states - HIGHSCORE
Best high school girls basketball team in all 50 states
Last week the initial MaxPreps Top 25 high school girls basketball rankings were released, highlighted by defending Florida Class 4A champion Lake Highland Prep (Orlando) at No. 1. Today, we expand our look at the nation's elite by highlighting the best team from all 50 states.

Uncertainty surrounds the season as coronavirus concerns are on the rise heading into the winter months, but optimism remains high we will see high school hardwood action in the near future.

From Alabama to Wyoming and every state in between, we searched coast-to-coast to find the best team from your state heading into the 2020-21 season.
Azzi Fudd, St. John's
File photo by Steven Ryan
Azzi Fudd, St. John's
Alabama — Hoover
Sophomore Reniya Kelly and junior Aniya Hubbard are the major returning pieces for the Buccaneers, but they're not alone. This is a deep and talented team, which is likely to improve on last season's impressive 32-3 record.

Alaska — Anchorage Christian (Anchorage)
Even though the Lions are a 3A school (tops is 4A), three state titles in recent years is a strong statement. And with sophomore Sayvia Sellers and senior Mykaila Pickard both back, another championship might be in reach.

Arizona — Valley Vista (Surprise)
It's no surprise the Monsoon are the state's best, as the No. 21 preseason ranking in the MaxPreps Top 25 suggests. Six-foot wing Jennah Isai and 6-1 power forward Marisa Davis (a Washington commit) make the defending state champs a favorite to repeat.

Arkansas — Northside (Fort Smith)
As a 6-5 perimeter player, Arkansas commit Jersey Wolfenbarger is one of the best players in the country (18.8 points per game, 6.1 rebounds, 3.9 assists) but she's not alone: 6-2 power forward Tracey Bershers (Oklahoma State commit) is the real deal as well.

California — Mater Dei (Santa Ana)
The annual gauntlet that is Southern California basketball seldom leaves any record unblemished, but with Stanford-bound Brooke Demetre anchoring a deep roster, the Monarchs have the best chance to emerge as the top team in the Golden State.
Brooke Demetre, Mater Dei
File photo by Gint Federas
Brooke Demetre, Mater Dei
Colorado — Grandview (Aurora)
Lauren Betts is 6-7 and skilled, and Addison O'Grady is 6-3 and skilled — that's a frontline any college would like to have. As proof, the Betts tops the 2023 recruit list and O'Grady has committed to Iowa.

Connecticut — Notre Dame Catholic (Fairfield)
Like so many teams, the Lancers were denied a shot at a state title when the playoffs were canceled, but coach Maria Conlon — who won three NCAA titles in four years at UConn — has junior guard Aizhanique Mayo to lead a team that looks to be the best in the Constitution State.

Delaware — Conrad Science (Wilmington)

With UMass commit Stefanie Kulesza back to fire from long range, the Red Wolves are primed to claim the state title that COVID may have prevented.

District of Columbia — St. John's (Washington, D.C.)
UConn signee Azzi Fudd is back and fully healthy — she was recovering from a torn ACL through much of last season — and St. John's is both back in the national rankings and at the top of the list in Washington, D.C.

Florida — Lake Highland Prep (Orlando)
With eight players returning from the Florida 4A championship team — including top prospects Kayla Blackshear (a senior committed to Alabama) and junior Nyla Harris — the Highlanders are not only the preseason pick in Florida, but the entire country.

Georgia — Westlake (Atlanta)
The Lions may have dropped down a division this year, but the Atlanta school is still the state's best. In fact, led by South Carolina commit Raven Johnson, they're No. 7 in the country.

Hawaii — 'Iolani (Honolulu)
The Raiders return all but one player from a 23-2 team, including sisters Lily Lefotu Wahinekapu and Jovi Lefotu, who combined for nearly 29 points a game.

Idaho — Mountain View (Meridian)
Yes, senior Trinity Slocum (Hawaii commit) is the younger sister of NCAA star Destiny Slocum, but more relevant is that she and junior Naya Ojukwu are the one-two punch for this Mountain View team — which was 29-4 last year and might be better this time around.

Illinois — Simeon (Chicago)
Senior Aneesah Morrow, a DePaul commit, averaged 23.0 points, 12.1 rebounds and 3.6 assists last season, and will lead a senior-dominated team coming off a 35-2 season.

Indiana — North Central (Indianapolis)
As always, Indiana is a very competitive state, but the preseason rumblings indicate the Panthers, led by junior guard Tanyuel Welch and senior Meg Newman (Arizona State commit), are the best of a solid group.
Meg Newman, North Central
File photo by Julie Brown
Meg Newman, North Central
Iowa — Waukee
Without a senior on the roster, Waukee went 23-2 last year. Point guard Katie Dinnebier, who will play for Drake next year, is back to run the show again.

Kansas — Derby
The two top scorers for last year's 23-2 team were freshmen, so it's reasonable to assume that Maryn Archer and Addy Brown will be even better this time around — which makes it reasonable to assume the Panthers will be the best in the Sunflower State.

Kentucky — Anderson County (Lawrenceburg)
Not many 29-4 teams carry an eighth-grader on their roster, but Anderson also had a seventh-grader — emblematic of a very young team that lost only one senior to graduation. And top player Amiya Jenkins is just a junior.

Louisiana — Ponchatoula
The Green Wave are a perennial power in Louisiana girls' basketball, and return four starters from a team that lost in overtime in the state finals. LSU commit Amoura Graves is the big gun, averaging 23.5 points last season.

Maine — Portland
Cousins Gemima Motema and Amanda Kabantu are refugees from the Congo who found a home on the basketball court in Maine — and they lead a roster that returns a lot of firepower from a 19-4 team.

Maryland — Bishop McNamara (Forestville)
Not surprisingly, the No. 2 team in the country is the No. 1 team in Maryland, as Bishop McNamara, loaded with talent, is expected to dominate most of its in-state opposition. Things will be tougher in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference, however.

Massachusetts — Bridgewater-Raynham (Bridgewater)
Led by 6-3 junior Shay Bollin, a verbal commit to Duke, the Trojans look to build off a 21-4 season and claim a first state title since 1990.

Michigan — Edison Academy (Detroit)
It's possible the Pioneers will drop off a little after going 23-0 last year — it's also possible, led by junior Ruby Whitehorn and senior Damiya Hagemann (committed to Michigan State), that they will be even better.

Minnesota — Hopkins (Minnetonka)
The wheels keep turning for the Royals, even though coach Brian Cosgriff retired and star Paige Bueckers moved on to UConn. There's still a boatload of talent in the Land of 10,000 Lakes, and smooth sailing ahead.

Mississippi — Meridian
Even though five seniors graduated from a 29-2 team, with junior Debreasha Powe leading the way, Meridian is expected to be the Magnolia State's best.

Missouri — Incarnate Word Academy (St. Louis)
Let's see, the Red Knights were 27-4 last year and return three major contributors: 5-11 senior Jaiden Bryant, 5-6 junior point guard Saniah Tyler and 6-2 sophomore Natalie Potts. To put it another way, IWA will be really good again.

Montana — Capital (Helena)
Twins Dani Bartsch and Paige Bartsch are 6-1 and 6-3, respectively, and will carry much of the load for a team that was 20-1 last year. Capital was denied a shot at the AA title due to COVID, but could well get another chance this year.

Nebraska — Pius X (Lincoln)
The defending state champs bring back 6-3 Nebraska signee Alexis Markowski and point guard Jillian Aschoff, so a changing of the guard is unlikely.

Nevada — Centennial (Las Vegas)
When the Bulldogs wins another state championship, a bunch of seniors graduate and everyone thinks the reign is over. They probably think that way this year, too.
Taylor Bigby, Centennial
File photo by Doug Stringer
Taylor Bigby, Centennial
New Hampshire — Bishop Guertin (Nashua)
The Cardinals haven't lost to a New Hampshire team since January 2018 — and with 6-0 sophomore Meghan Stack topping a young and talented roster, there's no reason to expect that 45-game winning streak to end.

New Jersey — St. John-Vianney (Holmdel)
New Jersey, as always, is loaded with talent, but the Lancers' combination of solid coaching, a deep roster (headed by Madison St. Rose) and a tradition of excellence looks to be the best of a very good group.

New Mexico — Hobbs
The Eagles went 29-1 and won the 5A championship last year, and with sophomore Wisdom Anthony and senior Elise Turrubiates returning, a repeat would not be a surprise.

New York — Christ the King (Middle Village)
It was definitely a down year for perennial power Christ the King, but in 2020-21, a young roster will be boosted by newly eligible transfers and the Royals are expected to begin a climb back to the glory days.

North Carolina — Southeast Raleigh (Raleigh)
After a 27-1 season and a state title, graduation took a toll on Southeast Raleigh, but with junior Bobbi Smith topping a deep roster, the Bulldogs look like the best in the Tar Heel State once more.

North Dakota — Century (Bismarck)
Though Century didn't finish the season as well as expected, the Patriots were still 21-4 – and with sophomore guard Logan Nissley back, they could be better this year.

Ohio — Reynoldsburg
The Raiders were 18-8 last year in a state known for strong girls basketball. But a pair of transfers — Alexia Mobley (bound for Louisville) and Imarianah Russell — will add enough to an already solid roster to make them the preseason favorite.

Oklahoma — Norman
All of the firepower is back from a 24-1 team, including Texas Tech commit Chantae Embry, a power forward who controls the paint, and sharpshooter Kelbie Washington (42 percent from three-point distance).

Oregon — West Linn
With 6-4 Aaronette Vonleh inside and Audrey Roden on the perimeter, the Lions have the foundation for a top-notch offense — but they also have everyone back from a 21-6 team and that makes them a clear preseason favorite.

Pennsylvania — Archbishop Wood (Warminster)
The Vikings were once known as a classic Philly pass-the-ball-10-times team, but no more. Now the talent gets up and down the floor, and there's a lot of it on the roster — which makes them very tough to beat.

Rhode Island — South Kingstown (Wakefield)
Despite losing six seniors from a 20-2 team, the Rebels — led by 5-11 junior Jamisen Hill — are expected to reload and remain the best in state.

South Carolina — Cardinal Newman (Columbia)
The Cardinals finished the season on a 22-game winning streak, and with Ashlyn Watkins and Tanaja Kennedy both back, there's every reason to believe the train will keep rolling.

South Dakota — Washington (Sioux Falls)
With 6-5 senior Sydni Schetnan and 6-1 junior Ndjakalenga Mwenentanda, Washington has a one-two punch no other team in South Dakota can deal with — and maybe a lot of other states, too.

Tennessee — Ensworth (Nashville)
Though graduation hit 28-0 Ensworth hard, the Cambridge sisters — Jaloni Cambridge, who starred as an eighth-grader last year, and Kennedy Cambridge, now a junior — should keep the Tigers ahead of the pack in 2020-21.

Texas — Duncanville
The definition of "perennial power" has to include a reference to mighty Duncanville, which year in and year out, not only is one of the best in Texas, but is also one of the best in the nation. This year, sadly for Lone Star State rivals, will not change that perception.

Utah — Fremont (Plain City)
With senior Emma Calvert and junior Timea Gardiner back for another go-round, the Silverwolves are primed to improve on a 24-3 record from last season, erase the bitter taste of a postseason upset and claim a state title.
Timea Gardiner, Fremont
File photo by Terry Cullop
Timea Gardiner, Fremont
Vermont — Rice Memorial (South Burlington)
Rice Memorial's young players were thrown into the fire last season, playing the toughest schedule in the state, and with some talented transfers, are expected to take a great leap forward in 2020-21.

Virginia — Paul VI (Chantilly)
The Panthers moved their campus from Fairfax to Chantilly but the school's rule over Virginia won't be affected. Led by Duke commit Lee Volker, deep and well-coached Paul VI will once again be the class of the Old Dominion.

Washington — Chiawana (Pasco)
The Riverhakws, as usual, are a state title threat, and with Oregon State-bound Talia Von Oelhoffen (26.2 ppg) leading the way, could claim that so-far elusive championship.

West Virginia — Huntington
The focus of West Virginia girls basketball fans will shift to Huntington this season, as transfers and a veteran roster should lift the Highlanders above the competition.

Wisconsin — Beaver Dam
Though Beaver Dam may have lost a little from its 25-3 team of 2019-20, there's lot of talent coming back — and little reason to expect much of a drop off. In short, look for Beaver Dam to be the Badger State's best once again.

Wyoming — Thunder Basin (Gillette)
Thunder Basin won the 4A state title in 2019 — in its second year of varsity play — and was on track for another championship in 2020 before COVID canceled the playoffs. So it's no surprise the Bolts are expected to the best in Wyoming again this season.
HIGHSCORE/AVCA Players of the Week - HIGHSCORE
MaxPreps/AVCA Players of the Week
MaxPreps/AVCA High School Players of the Week
For the week of Nov. 2 - 8

Alaska
5'11 | Senior | OH,MH
12 Sets Played

Kills: 49
Kills/Game: 4.08
Digs: 18
Digs/Game: 1.50
Receptions: 20
Rcpt/Game: 1.67
Aces: 12
Blocks: 1

Arizona
Senior | OH/OPP
11 Sets Played
Kills: 62
Kills/Game: 5.64
Digs: 49
Digs/Game: 4.46
Receptions: 32
Rcpt/Game: 2.91
Aces: 1
Blocks: 2

Connecticut
5'8 | Senior | OH/DS
9 Sets Played

Kills: 32
Kills/Game: 3.56
Digs: 17
Digs/Game: 1.89
Receptions: 15
Rcpt/Game: 1.67
Aces: 8
Blocks: 1

Florida
5'10 | Senior | MH/OH
5 Sets Played
Kills: 27
Kills/Game: 5.40
Digs: 14
Digs/Game: 2.80
Receptions: 11
Rcpt/Game: 2.20
Aces: 2
Blocks: 3

Georgia
5'8 | Senior | OH
4 Sets Played

Kills: 22
Kills/Game: 5.50
Digs: 11
Digs/Game: 2.75
Receptions: 23
Rcpt/Game: 5.75
Blocks: 4

Indiana
5'8 | Sophomore | S/RS
4 Sets Played

Assists: 38
Assists/Game: 9.50
Team Hitting%: 0.201
Digs: 13
Digs/Game: 3.25
Blocks: 5

Iowa
6'1 | Senior | OH
10 Sets Played

Kills: 48
Kills/Game: 4.80
Digs: 34
Digs/Game: 3.40
Aces: 4
Blocks: 8

Kentucky
Senior
3 Sets Played

Kills: 11
Kills/Game: 3.67
Digs: 7
Digs/Game: 2.33
Receptions: 6
Rcpt/Game: 2.00
Aces: 2

Louisiana
5'6 | Senior | OH
6 Sets Played

Kills: 27
Kills/Game: 4.50
Digs: 9
Digs/Game: 1.50
Aces: 4

Massachusetts
5'4 | Senior | OH/DS
12 Sets Played
Kills: 47
Kills/Game: 3.92
Digs: 19
Digs/Game: 1.58
Receptions: 61
Rcpt/Game: 5.08
Aces: 18

Michigan
5'11 | Senior | OH/S
10 Sets Played

Kills: 79
Kills/Game: 7.90
Digs: 52
Digs/Game: 5.20
Receptions: 25
Rcpt/Game: 2.50
Aces: 17
Blocks: 6

Minnesota
6'0 | Junior | MH/OH
8 Sets Played
Kills: 40
Kills/Game: 5.00
Digs: 24
Digs/Game: 3.00
Receptions: 25
Rcpt/Game: 3.13
Aces: 4
Blocks: 5

Missouri
5'11 | Freshman | OH
6 Sets Played

Kills: 33
Kills/Game: 5.50
Digs: 12
Digs/Game: 2.00
Receptions: 19
Rcpt/Game: 3.17
Aces: 3
Blocks: 3

Montana
6'0 | Senior | MH
11 Sets Played

Kills: 49
Kills/Game: 4.46
Digs: 12
Digs/Game: 1.09
Aces: 7
Blocks: 8

Nebraska
5'6 | Junior | S/D/S
11 Sets Played

Assists: 159
Assists/Game: 14.46
Team Hitting%: 0.278
Digs: 36
Digs/Game: 3.27
Aces: 1
Blocks: 7

North Carolina
6'4 | Senior | MH
6 Sets Played

Kills: 15
Kills/Game: 2.50
Digs: 3
Blocks: 10

North Dakota
5'4 | Senior | S
5 Sets Played

Assists: 38
Assists/Game: 7.60
Team Hitting%: 0.142
Digs: 14
Digs/Game: 2.80
Aces: 2

Ohio
6'0 | Senior | S
7 Sets Played

Assists: 84
Assists/Game: 12.00
Team Hitting%: 0.329
Digs: 16
Digs/Game: 2.29
Aces: 1
Blocks: 7

Pennsylvania
5'10 | Junior | OH
8 Sets Played

Kills: 36
Kills/Game: 4.50
Digs: 38
Digs/Game: 4.75
Receptions: 51
Rcpt/Game: 6.38
Blocks: 7

South Carolina
5'9 | Senior | OH/MH
8 Sets Played

Kills: 35
Kills/Game: 4.38
Digs: 27
Digs/Game: 3.38
Receptions: 39
Rcpt/Game: 4.88
Aces: 2
Blocks: 3

South Dakota
Freshman, S
5 Sets Played

Kills: 32
Kills/Game: 6.40
Digs: 13
Digs/Game: 2.60
Receptions: 12
Rcpt/Game: 2.40
Aces: 2
Blocks: 2

Texas
6'0 | Sophomore | OH
13 Sets Played

Kills: 71
Kills/Game: 5.46
Digs: 54
Digs/Game: 4.15
Receptions: 44
Rcpt/Game: 3.39
Aces: 1
Blocks: 2

Utah
Lehi High School (Lehi, UT), 16 - 10
Junior | OH/OPP
11 Sets Played

Kills: 55
Kills/Game: 5.00
Digs: 31
Digs/Game: 2.82
Receptions: 36
Rcpt/Game: 3.27
Aces: 10
Blocks: 4

Virginia
5'8 | Freshman | OH
6 Sets Played

Kills: 24
Kills/Game: 4.00
Digs: 10
Digs/Game: 1.67
Receptions: 8
Rcpt/Game: 1.33
Aces: 10
Blocks: 2

West Virginia
Junior
13 Sets Played

Kills: 54
Kills/Game: 4.15
Digs: 50
Digs/Game: 3.85
Receptions: 22
Rcpt/Game: 1.69
Aces: 12
Blocks: 10

Wisconsin
5'6 | Senior | S/DS
6 Sets Played
Assists: 64
Assists/Game: 10.67
Team Hitting%: 0.323
Digs: 12
Digs/Game: 2.00
Aces: 1
Blocks: 4

Wyoming
5'8 | Senior | OH
10 Sets Played

Kills: 39
Kills/Game: 3.90
Digs: 62
Digs/Game: 6.20
Receptions: 63
Rcpt/Game: 6.30
Blocks: 1

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High school girls basketball: Longest all-time winning streaks - HIGHSCORE
High school girls basketball: Longest all-time winning streaks
The past two seasons have seen the end of some of the more amazing winning streaks in girls high school basketball history. Yet, the most amazing part might be that none of them even came close to breaking the overall national record.

Central Plains (Claflin, Kan.) had its streak of 138 wins end last December while Martins Mill (Ben Wheeler, Texas) had a streak of 116 wins end last winter. Strafford (Mo.) had a streak of 123 wins end in 2019. However, none of them came within 80 wins of the all-time record of 218, set by Baskin (La.) between 1947 and 1953. Even more incredible, following the loss that ended its streak, Baskin won 71 more games. That's a mark of 289-1.

MaxPreps has put together a list of girls basketball win streaks of 50 or more games. While boys basketball has just seven streaks of 100 or more games, girls basketball has 34. The team with the longest current list is Hopkins (Minnetonka, Minn.), which stands at 74.

The list for consecutive wins includes all games, not just regular season or league wins. If there are any corrections or additions to the list, please e-mail Kevin Askeland at [email protected]

Sources for the list include the NFHS record book, luckyshow.org website by Paul Luchter, state association websites, Cal-Hi Sports Almanac by Mark and Nelson Tennis, MaxPreps team pages and research via newspapers.com.
Martins Mill had its 116-game win streak snapped last winter. The streak ranks 13th on the all-time list.
File photo by Kenneth Toso
Martins Mill had its 116-game win streak snapped last winter. The streak ranks 13th on the all-time list.
Top 50 girls basketball win streaks

1.   218 — Baskin (La.), 1947-53
2.   154 — Monetta (S.C.), 1933-40
2.   154 — Hanover (Mass.), 1965-75
4.   138 — Central Plains (Claflin, Kan.), 2015-2020
5.   134 — Duncanville (Texas), 1987-91
5.   134 — Taylor County (Butler, Ga.), 1968-72
7.   126 — Marked Tree (Marked Tree, Ark.), 1940s
8.   123 — Strafford (Mo.), 2016-2019
9.   122 — Lowndes (Valdosta, Ga.), 1976-81
10.  120 — Nashua North (Nashua, N.H.), 1984-89
10.  120 — Fairfield (Fairfield, Mont.), 2010-2015
12.  118 — Baxley (Ga.), 1946-48
13.  116 — Martins Mill (Ben Wheeler, Texas), 2017-20
14.  111 — Guardian Angels Central Catholic (West Point, Neb.), 2001-06
14.  111 — Roosevelt (Sioux Falls, S.D.), 1997-2001
16.  110 — Shelbyville Central (Shelbyville, Tenn.), 1988-91
17.  109 — Ayr (N.D.), 1938-43
18.  108 — West Holmes (Millersburg, Ohio), 1984-86
18.  108 — The Academy of the Holy Cross (Kensington, Md.), 1978-81
20.  107 — Williamstown (Williamstown, Vt.), 1947-56
20.  107 — Bailey (N.C.), 1957-64
20.  107 — Hoxie (Kan.), to 2016
23.  106 — MIdway (S.C.), 1952-59
23.  106 — Mountain View (Orem, Utah), 1997-2001
25.  105 — Summers County (Hinton, W. Va.), 2008-12
25.  105 — Duncanville (Texas), 2011-2014
25.  105 — Marion (S.C.), 1955-62
28.  104 — East Rutherford (NJ), 1926 to 1933
28.  104 — Seward (Neb.), 2008-12
30.  102 — Henderson Collegiate (Henderson, N.C.), to 1945
30.  102 — Marshfield (Mo.), 1987-90
32.  101 — Wakonda (SD), 1987-1991
32.  101 — Ribault (Jacksonville, Fla.), 2000-2003
34.  100 — Pillow Academy (Greenwood, Miss.), 1972-75
35.    99 — Middleton (Idaho), 2009-13
36.    98 — Byng (Ada, Okla.), 1936-39
37.    97 — China (Texas), 1942-45
38.    96 — Blackville-Hilda (Blackville, S.C.), 1985-89
38.    96 — Champlain Valley Union (Hinesburg, Vt.), 2012-16
40.    95 — Sandy Creek (Fairfield, Neb.), 1997-2000
41.    92 — Pius XI Catholic (Milwaukee), 1988-91
41.    92 — Hollywood (SC), 1947-49
43.    91 — Little River (Kan.), 1994-98
44.    90 — Charles D. Owen (Black Mountain, N.C.), 1965-69
44.    90 — Bradley Central (Cleveland, Tenn.), 1974-77
46.    87 — Chambers (Neb.), 1993-97
46.    87 — Bowman Academy (Bowman, S.C.), 1977-81
48.    86 — Van Buren (Van Buren, Ark.), 1942-46
48.    86 — Lauderdale County (Rogersville, Ala.), 2013-15
48.    86 — Reed (Sparks, Nev.), 1990-93

84 straight games
Trinity Heights (La.), to 1981
Poly (Riverside, Calif.) 1980-82
Millbrook (Winchester, Va.), 2010-13

83 straight games
Gentry (Indianola, Miss.), 2007-2008
Winnacunnet (Hampton, N.H.), to 2011

81 straight games
Cambridge (Cambridge, Neb.), 1992-96
Ben Davis (Indianapolis), 2008-11

80 straight games
Sacred Heart Prep (Atherton, Calif.), 1992-94

79 straight games
Joseph (Ore.), 1983
Colton (Wash.), 2013-16

78 straight games
McClave (Colo.), 2006-009
Carney-Nadeau (Carney, Mich.), 1989-91
Fosston (Minn.), 1999-2002
Northeast Nodaway (Ravenwood, Mo.), 1976-79
Haysi (Va.), 1947 to 1951

77 straight games
Kit Carson (Kit Carson, Colo.), 2016-2019
Eldorado (Albuquerque), 1985-88
Eagle Rock (Va.), 1955-59

76 straight games
Reno (RNev.), 1980-82
Poquoson (Va.), 1975-77
Pittsford (Mich.), 2015-18
Cuba City (Wis.), 2005-08
Shanley (Fargo, N.D.), 2014-17

75 straight games
Oregon City (Ore.), to 1997
Black Hawk (South Wayne, Wis.), 2018-21
Northern (Flint, Mich.), 1978-81
South Greene (Greeneville, Tenn.), 1990-93

74 straight games
Eldorado (Albuquerque), 1983-85
Point Loma (San Diego), 1985-88
Bishop Machebeuf (Denver), 1980-83
Aldie (Va.), 1924-28
Oxbow (Bradford, Vt.), 1984-87
Hopkins (Minnetonka, Minn.), 2018-present

73 straight games
Gray-New Gloucester (Gray, Maine), 1947-50
Laurel County (London, Ky.), 1978-80
Miller (S.D.), 1990-93
Bergtraum (New York, N.Y.), 2006-09

72 straight games
Great Falls (Mont.), 1980-83
Athens (Ala.), 2001-03
St. Joseph's Academy (St. Louis), 1991-94

71 straight games
Baskin (La.), 1953-?
Northern (Flint, Mich.), 1994-96

70 straight games
Pius XI Catholic (Milwaukee), 1984-87
SouthWest Edgecombe (Pinetops, N.C.), 1981-82
Towson (Md.), 1983-85

69 straight games
Eldorado (Albuquerque), 1979-82
Yazoo County (Yazoo City, Miss.), 1998-2000
Richey (Mont.), 1999-02
Nazareth (Texas), 1983-85

68 straight games
Florien (La.), 1990-91
Milan (Tenn.), to March 1962
Deshler (Tuscumbia, Ala.), 2015-17
Sangre de Cristo (Mosca, Colo.), 1983-86
Lincoln (Warren, Mich.), 2011-13
Kingsley (Kingsley, Mich.), 1940-50

67 straight games
Jefferson (SD), 1978-80
Barneveld (Wis.), 1998-00
Leland (Mich.), 1980-82
Northwestern (Mendon, Mo.), 1954-57
Waterville (Maine), 2006-09

66 straight games
Canyon (Texas), 1977-78
St. Cecilia (Hastings, Neb.), 1977-79

65 straight games
Neptune (N.J.), to 1968
Brea Olinda (Brea, Calif.), 1993-94
Maine West (Des Plaines, Ill.), 1987-89

64 straight games
McIntosh (McIntosh, Ala.), 2006-08
Chartiers Valley (Bridgeville, Pa.), 2018-21
Panguitch (Utah), 2013-16

63 straight games
Richwoods (Peoria, Ill.), 1982-84
Bishop Ryan (Minot, N.D.), 2012-14
Bishop Miege (Shawnee Mission, Kan.), 2014-16

62 straight games
Bath (Lima, Ohio), 1972-76
Mathews (Vienna, Ohio), to 1987
T.R. Miller (Brewton, Ala.), 1994-96
Hartselle (Ala.), 1984-86
Seymour (Conn.), 1996-99
Westbrook (Conn.), 1984-86
Regina Dominican (Wilmette, Ill.), 1973-77
Durand (Wis.), 1985-87
Mendocino (Calif.), 1979-82
Point Loma (Calif.), 1983-85

61 straight games
Braintree (Mass.), 2014-16
New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva (New Richland, Minn.), 2012-14
Checotah (Okla.), 1946-48
Cuba City (Wis.), 2014-16
Gibbon (Gibbon, Neb.), 1987-90
Carson (Carson City, Nev.), 1988-90
Philomath (Ore.), 1985-87
York Catholic (York, Pa.), to 2008
Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory (San Francisco), 2007-08

60 straight games
Garnavillo (Iowa) to 1954
Lincoln (East St. Louis, Ill.), 1979-81
Jefferson (Conception Junction, Mo.), 1988-89
Sutherlin (Sutherlin, Ore.), 2014-16
North Hopkins (Sulphur Springs, Texas), 1959-1960 (possibly longer)

59 straight games
Kalida (Ohio), 1986-89
Orrum (N.C.), 1984-85
North Little Rock (Ark.), 2009-11

58 straight games
Dillard (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.), 1981-83
Deshler (Tuscumbia, Ala.), 2006-07
Powers Catholic (Flint, Mich.), 2000-02
Omaha Central (Omaha, Neb.), 1981-84
Nativity BVM (Pottsville, Pa.), 1977-79
Norwich Free Academy (Norwich, Conn.), 1995-98
Newell-Fonda (Newell, Iowa), 2018-2020

57 straight games
Elko (Nev.), 1982-84
Grand Haven (Mich.), 2011-14
Crofton (Neb.), 2013-16
Cranberry Area (Seneca, Pa.), 1994-96
Thatcher (Ariz.), 2000-02
Christ the King (Middle Village, N.Y.), 2005-06
Fort Wayne Northrop (Fort Wayne, Ind.), 1985-87
Holy Cross (Waterbury, Conn.), 2006-08

56 straight games
Nixyaawii Community (Pendleton, Ore.), 2016-18
Lourdes (Rochester, Minn.), 1989-91
North Catholic (Cranberry Township, Pa.), 1987-89
Lakeside (Seattle), 1991-92
Kamiakin (Wash.), 1999-2000
Central Valley (Spokane Valley, Wash.), 2000-01

55 straight games
Bedford North Lawrence (Bedford, Ind.), 1990-92
Lowell (Mass.), 1903-06
Lake Providence (La.), to 1962
Cheraw (Colo.), 1998-2000
Mountain View (Orem, Utah), 1995-97
Limon (Colo.), 2004-07
Annawan (Ill.), 2016-18
Kearney Catholic (Kearney, Neb.), 1984-86
Brea Olinda (Brea, Calif.), 1988-90
Chandler (Ariz.), 1981-83
Martinsville (Ind.), 1996-98

54 straight games
Celeste (Texas), 1991-92
Chicago Marshall (Chicago), to 1983
Southeast (Wichita, Kan.), 1986-88
Neillsville (Neillsville, Wis.), 2011-13
Reed Point/Rapelje (Reed Point, Mont.), 2004-06
Collins Hill (Suwanee, Ga.), 2005-07

53 straight games
Iota (La.), 2006-08
Valley (Pine Grove, W. Va.), 1953-59
Wilbur Cross (New Haven, Conn.), 1978-80
Luxemburg-Casco (Luxemburg, Wis.), 1991-93
Norwich Free Academy (Norwich, Conn.), 1998-2000
Storden-Jeffers (Minn.), 1988-90
North Branford (Conn.), 1986-88

52 straight games
Anchorage Christian (Anchorage, Alaska), 2018-2020
Lakeland (Minocqua, Wis.), 1991-93
Flambeau (Tony, Wis.), 1999-01
New Bloomfield (Mo.), 1987-88
Thomasville (N.C.), 2002-04
Pleasant Valley (Chico, Calif.), 1984-86
Riverdale (Murfreesboro, Tenn.), 2016-18
Plain Dealing Academy (La.), 1970s

51 straight games
Three Forks (Mont.), 1977-80
South Sioux City (Neb.), 1994-97
St. Francis (Humphrey, Neb.), 2005-07
Lower Richland (Hopkins, S.C.), 2008-09

50 straight games
Washington (Sioux Falls, S.D.), 1980-82
Sterling (Ill.), 1976-78
Reserve (N.M.), 1970-73
Dietrich (Idaho), 2011-13
Norland (Miami), 2008-10

How to watch: Allen Iverson Roundball Classic featuring HIGHSCORE National Players of the Year Chet Holmgren and Raven Johnson - HIGHSCORE
How to watch: Allen Iverson Roundball Classic featuring MaxPreps National Players of the Year Chet Holmgren and Raven Johnson
The Allen Iverson Roundball Classic takes place Saturday in Tennessee as the only true high school basketball postseason showcase on the slate after the McDonald's All-American Game, Jordan Brand Classic and Nike Hoops Summit were called off due to the pandemic for a second consecutive year.

Among the storylines will be girls basketball MaxPreps National Player of the Year Raven Johnson stepping on the floor to compete with the best boys players in the country. The 5-foot-8 point guard led Westlake (Atlanta) to back-to-back unbeaten state championship seasons.

The game will also feature the boys MaxPreps National Player of the Year in Chet Holmgren, who just led Minnehaha Academy to a fourth consecutive state championship in Minnesota and will play at Gonzaga next season.

How to watch

Date: Saturday, May 8 | Time: 6 p.m. local time
Location: Bartlett High School (Bartlett, Tenn.)
Live stream: SUVtv

Holmgren will be matched up against top-ranked senior forward Paolo Banchero, who missed his senior season of high school and instead competed for club team BFL Prep. A strong performance for Banchero head-to-head against Holmgren could leave the door open for the Duke bound forward to supplant the 7-foot center for top spot in the Class of 2021.

Other players to watch include MaxPreps All-Americans Kendall Brown, Kennedy Chandler, Matthew Cleveland, Daimion Collins, Jerddarian Davison, Nolan Hickman, Hunter Sallis, Terquavion Smith and TyTy Washington.

Complete rosters are included below. For more information and tickets, visit IversonClassic.com.

Team Loyalty
Paolo Banchero, F, O'Dea (Seattle, Wash.) – Duke
Matthew Cleveland, F, Pace Academy (Atlanta, Ga.) – Florida State
Jerddarian Davison, G, Calhoun (Letohatchee, Ala.) – Alabama
A.J. Griffin, F, Archbishop Stepinac (White Plains, N.Y.) – Duke
Tyrese Hunter, G, St. Catherine's (Racine, Wis.) – Iowa State
Raven Johnson, G, Westlake (Atlanta, Ga.) – South Carolina
Johnathan Lawson, F, Houston (Germantown, Tenn.) – Oregon
Bryce McGowens, G, Legacy Early College (Greenville, S.C.) – Nebraska
Hunter Sallis, G, Millard North (Omaha, Neb.) – Gonzaga
Terquavion Smith, G, Farmville Central (Farmville, N.C.) – North Carolina State
TyTy Washington, G, AZ Compass Prep (Chandler, Ariz.) – Undecided
Peyton Watson, F, Long Beach Poly (Long Beach, Calif.) – UCLA
Benny WilIiams, F, IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.) – Syracuse

Team Honor
Jaden Akins, G, Sunrise Christian Academy (Bel Aire, Kan.) – Michigan State
Trey Alexander, G, Heritage Hall (Oklahoma City, Okla.) – Auburn
Kendall Brown, F, Sunrise Christian Academy – Baylor
Ahamed Bynum, G, Simeon (Chicago, Ill.) – DePaul
Kennedy Chandler, G, Sunrise Christian Academy – Tennessee
Daimion Collins, F, Atlanta (Texas) – Kentucky
Michael Foster Jr., F, Hillcrest Prep (Phoenix, Ariz.) – Undecided
Nolan Hickman, G, Wasatch Academy (Mt. Pleasant, Utah) – Kentucky
Chet Holmgren, C, Minnehaha Academy (Minneapolis, Minn.) – Gonzaga
Jordan Longino, G/F, Germantown Academy (Fort Washington, Pa.) – Villanova
Joshua Minott, F, Saint Andrew's (Boca Raton, Fla.) – Memphis
Kowacie Reeves Jr., G, Westside (Macon, Ga.) – Florida
Daeshun Ruffin, G, Callaway (Jackson, Miss.) – Mississippi
Raven Johnson will take the floor for the Allen Iverson Roundball Classic on Saturday.
Photo by Pete Wright
Raven Johnson will take the floor for the Allen Iverson Roundball Classic on Saturday.