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January 15, 2013

Area Girls Basketball Statistical Leaders:

INDIVIDUAL

POINTS PER GAME


  1. Jessica Vormelker    Grand Valley  17.1

  2. Kelsea Brown           PV                  16.9

  3. Alexis Parsons         Riverside        13.4

  4. Taylor Bland             Madison         13.2

  4. Lindsey Mayle          Geneva          13.2

  4. Shelby Smith            Lakeside        13.2

  7. Heather Brant           PV                  13.1

  8. Makenzie Stenroos  St. John          12.0

  9. Becky Depp             Geneva           11.9

10. LeeAnn Farr            Jefferson         11.8

11. Lexi Zappitelli           Conneaut       11.5

12. Sarah Busch            Jefferson        11.2

13. Chris Futty               Grand Valley   11.1

14. Natalie Thomas       Geneva           11.0

15. Abbie Trivisonno      Madison         10.9

16. Katie Klingman         Riverside        9.9

17. Megan Stech            PV                  9.7

18. Megan Carabotta     Riverside        8.0

18. Taylor Gustin            Madison         8.0

 

REBOUNDS PER GAME

  1. Katie Klingman             Riverside       11.9

  2. Makenzie Stenroos      St. John         11.4

  3. Shelby Smith                Lakeside       11.1

  4. LeeAnn Farr                 Jefferson       10.1

  5. Megan Stech                PV                 10.0

  6. Jessica Vormelker        Grand Valley  9.1

  7. Liv Cimorelli                  St. John        9.0

  8. Natalie Thomas            Geneva         8.9

  7. Kelsea Brown               PV                 8.8

10. Ariann Barile                Jefferson        8.2

10. Chris Futty                   Grand Valley  7.9

12. Angie Zappitelli            Conneaut       7.5

12. Melanie Primer            Madison         7.2

14. Alexis Benedict            Lakeside        6.5

14. Lexi Zappitelli              Conneaut        6.2

 ASSISTS PER GAME

  1. Geena Gabriel             PV                 6.3

  2. Jessica Becker            Jefferson       6.2

  3. Kortlynn Carr                Riverside      3.9

  4. Sarah Busch                Jefferson       3.5

  4. Becky Depp                 Geneva         3.5

  4. Jessica Vormelker       Grand Valley 3.5

  7. Abbie Trivisonno          Madison        3.4

  8. Lindsey Mayle             Geneva          3.3

  9. Heather Brant              PV                 3.2

  9. Alexis Parsons            Riverside       3.2

11. Emily Powers              St. John         2.8

12. Abby Paskey              Grand Valley  2.6

13. Deanna Comp            Jefferson        2.5

14. Sarah Morehouse       Lakeside        2.1

14. Brenna Powers           St. John         2.1

STEALS PER GAME

 1.  Jessica Becker          Jefferson        5.6

 2. Heather Brant              PV                5.1

 3. Deanna Comp            Jefferson        4.9

 4. Geena Gabriel            PV                 4.7

 5. Kelsea Brown             PV                 3.6

 6. Liv Cimorelli                St. John        3.4

 7.  Abbie Trivisonno        Madison        2.9

 8.  Brooke Bennett          Conneaut      2.8

 8. Alexis Parsons            Riverside      2.8

10. Sarah Depp               Geneva         2.7

10. Michealie Skleres      PV                 2.7

10. Kelly Preske              Grand Valley 2.7

13. Jessica Vormelker     Grand Valley 2.5

14. Becky Depp              Geneva          2.4

14. Abby Paskey             Grand Valley  2.4

16. Julie Gavorski           Madison         2.3

17. Natalie Thomas         Geneva         2.3

18. Ariann Barile             Jefferson        2.2

19. Sarah Busch             Jefferson        2.1

19. Lexi Zappitelli            Conneaut       2.1

21. Taylor Bland              Madison         2.0

BLOCKS PER GAME

  1. Makenzie Stenroos    St. John        2.3

  2. Katie Klingman           Riverside      2.1

  3. Kelsea Brown             PV                1.8

  4. LeeAnn Farr               Jefferson      1.7

  5. Megan Stech              PV                1.4

  6. Jessica Vormelker     Grand Valley 1.1

  7. Angie Zappitelli          Conneaut      1.0

FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE

  1. Lindsey Mayle            Geneva           86.5

  2. Abbie Trivisonno        Madison           85.1

  3. Emily Powers             St. John           75.9

  4. Jessica Vormelker      Grand Valley   73.0

  5. Kelsea Brown             PV                   71.9

  6. Taylor Bland               Madison           71.4

  7. Heather Brant            PV                    69.9

  8. Sarah Depp               Geneva            68.6

  9. Becky Depp               Geneva            66.7

10. Sarah Busch             Jefferson          63.9

11. Geena Gabriel           PV                    63.6

12. Alexis Parsons           Riverside         61.4

13. Natalie Thomas         Geneva            60.3

14. Makenzie Stenroos    St. John           60.0

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