The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

March 14, 2013

Girls state tournament stats

CHARLESTON — Statistical leaders from the West Virginia girls state tournament, held March 6-9 at the Charleston Civic Center:

CLASS AAA

SCORING     G    PTS    AVG

Keke Walker, Capital    1    25    25.0

Keya Bartlett, Park. South    3    70    23.3

Shayna Gore, Logan    3    65    21.7

Madison Morris, Spring Valley    2    42    21.0

Brooke Heck, Spring Valley    2    36    18.0

Khadijah Lee, Capital    1    17    17.0

Hannah Preservati, Princeton    1    17    17.0

McKenzie Akers, Princeton    1    17    17.0

Taryn McCutcheon, Park. South    3    45    15.0

Monica Mitchell, Logan    3    41    13.7

Sarah Kelly, Spring Valley    2    25    12.5

Leah Taylor, Morgantown    2    25    12.5

3-POINT SCORING    G    FGM    AVG

Keya Bartlett, Park. South    3    14    4.7

Shayna Gore, Logan    3    7    2.3

Hannah Tothe, Logan    3    6    2.0

Hannah Preservati, Princeton    1    5    5.0

Keke Walker, Capital    1    5    5.0

FREE THROWS    FTM    FTA    PCT

Morgan Wolfe, Hedgesville    4    4    1.000

Essence Underwood, Mrtnsbrg    4    4    1.000

Anna Hayton, Park. South    5    6    .833

Bianca Creamer, Hedgesville    8    10    .800

Sarah Kellly, Spring Valley    8    10    .800

REBOUNDS    G    REB    AVG

Madison Morris, Spring Valley    2    26    13.0

Monica Mitchell, Logan    3    35    11.7

Khadija Payne, Princeton    1    10    10.0

Katie Crowder, Capital    1    9    9.0

Brooke Heck, Spring Valley    2    17    8.5

ASSISTS    G    A    AVG

Taryn McCutcheon, Park. South    3    24    8.0

Sarah Kelly, Spring Valley    2    18    9.0

Shayna Gore, Logan    3    12    4.0

Olivia Seggie, Morgantown    2    10    5.0

Hannah Tothe, Logan    3    9    3.0

McKenzie Akers, Princeton    1    9    9.0

STEALS    G    ST    AVG

Sarah Kelly, Spring Valley    2    15    7.5

Keya Bartlett, Park. South    3    12    4.0

Taryn McCutcheon, Park. South    3    11    3.7

Brooke Heck, Spring Valley    2    8    4.0

Madison Morris, Spring Valley    2    8    4.0

BLOCKED SHOTS    G    BL    AVG

Monica Mitchell, Logan    3    12    4.0

Carlie Wilson, Park South    3    5    1.7

Miranda Workman, Park. South    3    5    1.7

Anna Hayton, Park. South    3    3    1.0

Alexis Taylor, Hedgesville    1    2    2.0

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Points — 36 Shayna Gore, Logan (vs. Princeton); 30 Keya Bartlett, Parkersburg South (vs. Hedgesville); 27 Madison Morris, Spring Valley (vs. Capital).

3-Point Field Goals — 7 Keya Bartlett, Parkersburg South (vs. Logan); 5 Hannah Preservati, Princeton (vs. Logan); 5 Bartlett, PS (vs. Hedgesville); 5 Keke Walker, Capital (vs. Spring Valley)

Rebounds — 17 Monica Mitchell, Logan (vs. Princeton); 15 Madison Morris, Spring Valley (vs. Capital)

Assists — 13 Taryn McCutcheon, Parkersburg South (vs. Logan) 12 Sarah Kelly, Spring Valley (vs. Capital)

Steals — 10 Sarah Kelly, Spring Valley (vs. Capital); 6 Taryn McCutcheon, Parkersburg South (vs. Logan); 6 Keke Walker, Capital (vs. Spring Valley)

Blocked Shots — 5 Monica Mitchell, Logan (vs. Parkersburg South; vs. Spring Valley)

CLASS AA

SCORING    G    PTS    AVG

Miki Glenn, Bridgeport    3    95    31.7

Brittany Gould, Clay County    1    24    24.0

Shealyn Shafer, Nicholas Co.    2    42    21.0

Lyndsay Hatfield, PikeView    1    19    19.0

Hope Lester, Westside    3    54    18.0

Megan Haller, North Marion    1    17    17.0

Kaden Whaley, Fairmont Senior    2    33    16.5

Hope Nester, PikeView    1    12    12.0

Emily Stoller, Fairmont Senior    2    24    12.0

Makayla McEwayne, Lincoln    1    11    11.0

Audia Bartlett, North Marion    1    10    10.0

Anna Marie Moscufo, N. Marion    1    10    10.0

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