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January 8, 2013

Area Girls Basketball Statistical Leaders:

(Continued)

3-POINTERS

  1. Sarah Busch               Jefferson        25

  2. Lindsey Mayle            Geneva           24

  3. Jessica Vormelker      Grand Valley   17

  4. Becky Depp                Geneva          14

  5. Gia Saturday              Edgewood      12

  5. Lexi Zappitelli             Conneaut       12

  7. Emily Ball                   Geneva          10

  8. Megan Carabotta        Riverside       9

  9. Abby Paskey              Grand Valley   8

10. Natalie Bertolasio       Conneaut       7

11. Taylor Bland                Madison         7

11. Abbie Trivisonno         Madison         7

13. Ashley Duthie             Madison         6

13. Abby Hamilton            PV                  6

13. Sarah Morehouse       Lakeside        6

13. Alexis Parsons           Riverside        6

17. Lindsey Becker          Jefferson         5

17. Rae Ann Benedict      St. John          5

17. Taylor Gustin              Madison          5

20. Dana Appelfeller        Madison          4

20. Shae Brink                 Conneaut        4

20. Julie Gavorski            Madison          4

23. Sarah Depp               Geneva            3

23. Taylor Diemer            Edgewood       3

23. Danielle Johnson      Madison           3

23.  Kristin Kiesling         Lakeside           3

23. Abbie Thompson       Madison           3

28. Kortlynn Carr             Riverside         2

28.  Alexis Cassesa        Grand Valley    2

28. Alex Ferrante            St. John            2

28. Kirsten Ponsart         Riverside          2

28. Cydnie Whetro          Lakeside          2

TEAM

POINTS SCORED PER GAME


  1. Madison                          61.1

  2. Pymatuning Valley          60.8

  3. Geneva                           54.7

  4. Grand Valley                   50.8

  5. Riverside                         47.2

  6. Jefferson                         46.6

  7. St. John                          41.2

  8. Conneaut                        37.2

  9. Edgewood                      34.3

      Lakeside                         n/a

 POINTS ALLOWED PER GAME

  1. Madison                          37.9

  2. Jefferson                         38.0

  3. Grand Valley                   39.8

  4. Geneva                           40.1

  5. Pymatuning Valley          40.6

  6. St. John                          41.3

  7. Riverside                        42.7

  8. Conneaut                        46.1

  9. Edgewood                      53.7

      Lakeside                        n/a

POINT DIFFERENTIAL

  1. Madison                        +23.2

  2. Pymatuning Valley        +20.2

  3. Geneva                         +14.6

  4. Grand Valley                 +11.0

  5. Jefferson                       +8.6

  6. Riverside                       +4.5

  7. St. John                         -0.1

  8. Conneaut                       -8.9

  9. Edgewood                      -19.3

      Lakeside                         n/a

FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE

  1. Riverside                        48.5

  2. Madison                          43.9

  3. Pymatuning Valley          40.1

  4. Jefferson                         38.3

  5. Geneva                           35.6

  6. Grand Valley                   32.4

  7. St. John                          29.4

  8. Conneaut                        29.0

      Edgewood                       n/a

      Lakeside                         n/a

 

FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE

  1. Geneva                             68.8

  2. St. John                             61.4

  3. Pymatuning Valley            60.6

  4. Grand Valley                     60.4

  5. Madison                            58.5

  6. Riverside                           50.9

  7. Conneaut                          50.0

  8. Jefferson                           46.0

  9. Edgewood                         43.7

      Lakeside                            n/a

3-POINTERS

  1. Madison                                    40

  2. Jefferson                                   32

  3. Geneva                                     29

  4. Grand Valley                             28

  5. Conneaut                                  25

  6. Riverside                                  19

  7. Lakeside                                   11  

  8. Pymatuning Valley                     8

  9. St. John                                     7

 

Not reporting — Perry

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