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February 13, 2013

Area Girls Basketball Statistical Leaders:

INDIVIDUAL

POINTS PER GAME


  1. Jessica Vormelker           Grand Valley  17.9

  2. Kelsea Brown                  PV                  16.4

  3. Lindsey Mayle                 Geneva          13.3

  4. Alexis Parsons                Riverside       13.0

  5. Shelby Smith                   Lakeside       12.6

  6. Taylor Bland                    Madison        12.1

  6. Becky Depp                    Geneva         12.1

  8. LeeAnn Farr                   Jefferson       12.0

  9. Lexi Zappitelli                 Conneaut       11.9

10. Makenzie Stenroos        St. John         11.8

11. Heather Brant                 PV                 11.7

12. Chris Futty                     Grand Valley   11.3

13. Sarah Busch                  Jefferson         11.0

14. Abbie Trivisonno            Madison          11.0

15. Natalie Thomas             Geneva           10.8

16. Katie Klingman              Riverside        10.6

17. Geena Gabriel               PV                  10.4

18. Megan Stech                 PV                   8.4

19. Jessica Becker              Jefferson         8.0

 

REBOUNDS PER GAME

  1. Shelby Smith                 Lakeside         11.5

  2. LeeAnn Farr                  Jefferson         11.3

  3. Katie Klingman              Riverside        11.3

  4. Makenzie Stenroos       St. John          10.3

  5. Liv Cimorelli                  St. John          9.7

  6. Natalie Thomas            Geneva           9.3

  7. Megan Stech                 PV                  9.2

  8. Ariann Barile                 Jefferson         8.9

  9. Kelsea Brown               PV                   8.8

10. Jessica Vormelker        Grand Valley    8.7

11. Chris Futty                    Grand Valley    7.6

12. Angie Zappitelli            Conneaut         7.3

13. Lexi Zappitelli               Conneaut        7.0

14. Melanie Primer            Madison           6.3

15. Sarah Busch                Jefferson         6.0

 ASSISTS PER GAME

  1. Jessica Becker             Jefferson        6.5

  2. Geena Gabriel              PV                  5.9

  3. Jessica Vormelker        Grand Valley   4.0

  4. Kortlynn Carr                Riverside        3.9

  5. Becky Depp                 Geneva           3.5

  6. Heather Brant               PV                  3.4

  6. Emily Powers               St. John          3.4

  8. Sarah Busch                Jefferson         3.3

  8. Lindsey Mayle              Geneva           3.3

10. Alexis Parsons             Riverside         3.0

10. Abbie Trivisonno          Madison          3.0

12. Abby Paskey                Grand Valley   2.9

13. Brenna Powers            St. John           2.4

14. Deanna Comp             Jefferson          2.2

STEALS PER GAME

 1.  Jessica Becker             Jefferson        5.9

 2. Heather Brant                PV                  4.6

 2. Deanna Comp               Jefferson        4.6

 2. Geena Gabriel               PV                  4.6

 5. Kelsea Brown                PV                  3.6

 6. Liv Cimorelli                  St. John          3.1

 6. Becky Depp                  Geneva           3.1

 8. Sarah Depp                  Geneva           3.0

 9.  Abbie Trivisonno         Madison           3.0

10. Alexis Parsons            Riverside         2.8

11. Julie Gavorski             Madison           2.6

11. Kelly Preske                Grand Valley    2.6

13.  Brooke Bennett          Conneaut        2.5

13. Abby Paskey              Grand Valley    2.5

15. Michealia Skleres       PV                    2.4

16. Jessica Vormelker      Grand Valley    2.3

16. Natalie Thomas          Geneva            2.3

18. Ariann Barile               Jefferson         2.2

18. Emily Powers              St. John          2.2

18. Megan Stech              PV                   2.2

21. Sarah Busch               Jefferson         2.1

21. Lexi Zappitelli             Conneaut         2.1

BLOCKS PER GAME

  1. Makenzie Stenroos         St. John        2.6

  2. Kelsea Brown                  PV                2.0

  3. LeeAnn Farr                    Jefferson      2.0

  3. Katie Klingman                Riverside      2.0

  5. Ariann Barile                   Jefferson       1.2

  5. Jessica Vormelker          Grand Valley  1.2

  7. Megan Stech                  PV                  1.0

FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE

  1. Abbie Trivisonno            Madison             85.3

  2. Lindsey Mayle                Geneva             84.2

  3. Kelsea Brown                 PV                     74.0

  4. Jessica Vormelker          Grand Valley     73.5

  5. Taylor Bland                   Madison             69.5

  6. Heather Brant                 PV                     68.8

  7. Emily Powers                 St. John             68.2

  8. Becky Depp                   Geneva              68.0

  9. Natalie Thomas             Geneva              62.3

10. Alexis Parsons               Riverside           60.0

11. Megan Stech                  PV                     60.0

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