B-GBball Forest City vs. Osage 5

Osage's Brenna Jacobs, right, drives around Forest City's Hannah Anderson in a game this season.

CHRIS ZOELLER, The Globe Gazette

Hannah Anderson

Forest City

Junior

• Was a second-team INA all-state, third-team IGCA all-state and first-team all-Top of Iowa Conference West Division selection.

• Scored 16.2 points per game for the Indians and drained 66 3-pointers, which was third in Class 3A.

• Finished with 96 rebounds, 78 assists and 33 steals for Forest City, which won the TIC West Division.

Jenna Boelter

Bishop Garrigan

Junior

• Was a Class 1A second-team INA all-state, third-team IGCA all-state and first-team all-Top of Iowa Conference West Division selection.

• Led the Golden Bears with 18.5 points per game and made 68 3-pointers, which was second in Class 1A.

• Had 61 assists, 62 steals and 51 rebounds.

Sara Faber

Clear Lake

Freshman

• Was a first-team all-North Central Conference selection.

• Scored 11.8 points per game for the Lions, who advanced to the Class 3A state tournament.

• Added 74 steals, 53 assists and had a team-best 117 rebounds.

Brenna Jacobs

Osage

Junior

• Was a first-team all-Top of Iowa Conference East Division selection.

• Averaged 9.7 points per game for the Green Devils, who shared the TIC East Division title.

• Had a team-high 90 assists while adding 111 rebounds and 47 steals.

Laura Knudtson

Lake Mills

Junior

• Was a first-team all-Top of Iowa Conference West Division selection.

• Scored 14.3 points per game and made 50 3-pointers for the Bulldogs.

• Finished with a team-high 89 assists with 47 steals and 55 rebounds.

Hannah Lau

GHV

Senior

• Was a third-team IGCA all-state and first-team all-Top of Iowa Conference West Division selection and was named the division’s Player of the Year.

• Averaged 18.9 points and 10.1 rebounds per game, which was third in Class 3A, for the Cardinals.

• Added 65 assists, 51 blocked shots and 44 steals.

Kelly Leerar

West Hancock

Junior

• Was a Class 1A first-team INA all-state, second-team IGCA all-state and first-team all-Top of Iowa Conference West Division selection.

• Led the Eagles with 19 points per game and made 52 3-pointers, which was tied for fourth in Class 1A.

• Finished with 140 assists, which was fourth in Class 1A, had 71 steals and grabbed 77 rebounds.

Kaitlyn Liekweg

West Fork

Senior

• Was a first-team all-Top of Iowa Conference East Division selection.

• Scored 9.8 points per game and made 53 3-pointers for the Warhawks, who tied for the TIC East title.

• Had 74 rebounds, 35 assists and 28 steals.

Madison McGregor

Rockford

Senior

• Was a first-team all-Top of Iowa Conference East Division selection.

• Averaged 13.8 points per game for the Lady Warriors, who tied for the TIC East Division title.

• Had team-highs in rebounds (162) and assists (63) and added 46 steals and 15 blocked shots.

Megan Meyer

Mason City

Sophomore

• Was a Class 4A first-team IGCA all-state and second-team INA all-state selection.

• Finished third in Class 4A with 18.5 points per game for the Mohawks, who fell in a regional semifinal.

• Made 49 3-pointers, grabbed 77 rebounds, handed out 60 assists and finished with 57 steals.

Maddie Miller

Algona

Senior

• Was a Class 3A second-team INA all-state, third-team IGCA all-state and first-team all-North Central Conference selection.

• Scored 16.1 points per game and knocked down 42 3-pointers for the Bulldogs, who finished 18-5.

• Led the Bulldogs with 146 rebounds and 47 blocked shots while adding 40 steals and 35 assists.

Peyton Olson

Newman Catholic

Junior

• Was a first-team all-Top of Iowa Conference East Division selection.

• Averaged 16 points per game for the Knights and tied for fourth in Class 1A with 52 3-pointers.

• Finished with 58 steals, 27 assists and 44 rebounds.

Kaylee Parks

Central Springs

Junior

• Was a Class 2A second-team INA all-state, third-team IGCA all-state, first-team all-Top of Iowa Conference East Division selection and was the TIC East Division Player of the Year.

• Finished third in Class 2A with 21.5 points per game while hitting 33 3-pointers.

• Lead the Panthers in steals (93) and assists (45) and added 114 rebounds.

Emily Snelling

Clear Lake

Senior

• Was a Class 3A first-team INA all-state, a third-team IGCA all-state and first-team all-North Central Conference selection.

• Before injuring her knee, Snelling averaged 19.4 points over 14 games.

• Added 93 steals, 70 rebounds and 64 assists for the Clear Lake, which won the North Central Conference.

Emma Staudt

Rockford

Senior

• Was a Class 2A third-team INA all-state, second-team IGCA all-state and first-team all-Top of Iowa Conference East Division selection.

• Led the Lady Warriors with 14.8 points per game while knocking down 51 3-pointers.

• Grabbed 151 rebounds, had 88 steals and added 43 assists for the Lady Warriors, who reached a regional final.

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