The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

High School Sports

March 14, 2013

Girls state tournament stats

(Continued)

CHARLESTON — 3-POINTERS    G    FGM    AVG

Hope Chalfant, Bridgeport    3    4    1.3

Faith Davis, Westside    3    4    1.3

MyKenzie Martin, Nicholas Co.    2    4    2.0

Makayla McEwayne, Lincoln    1    3    3.0

Danielle Brown, Westside    3    2    0.7

Makayla Willis, Nicholas Co.    2    2    1.0

Gabby Tenney, Fairmont Senior    2    2    1.0

Lauren Young, Nicholas Co.    2    2    1.0

Tori Coulter, Bridgeport    3    2    0.7

Hope Lester, Westside    3    2    0.7

Miki Glenn, Bridgeport    3    2    0.7

Emily Stoller, Fairmont senior    2    2    1.0

FREE THROWS    FTM    FTA    PCT

Megan Haller, North Marion    8    8    1.000

Emily Stoller, Fairmont Senior    4    4    1.000

Kristen Hash, Westside    4    4    1.000

Mike Glenn, Bridgeport    51    57    .895

Hope Lester, Westisde    8    9    .889

Shealyn Shafer, Nicholas County    20    25    .800

Morgan Spolarich, Westside    4    5    .800

Madison May, PikeView    3    4    .750

REBOUNDS    G    REB    AVG

Shealyn Shafer, Nicholas County    2    27    13.5

Hope Lester, Westside    3    31    10.3

Noca Singleton North Marion    1    10    10.0

Megan Endicott, Westside    3    29    9.7

Miki Glenn, Bridgeport    3    29    9.7

ASSISTS    G    A    AVG

Morgan Spolarich, Westside    3    16    5.3

Danielle Brown, Westside    3    9    3.0

McKinzee Barker, Clay County    1    9    9.0

Emily Stoller, Fiarmont Senior    2    8    4.0

Miki Glenn, Bridgeport    3    8    2.7

STEALS    G    ST    AVG

Miki Glenn, Bridgeport    3    17    5.7

Jenny Bundy, Fairmont Senior    2    12    6.0

Faith Davis, Westside    3    8    2.7

Morgan Spolarich, Westside    3    8    2.7

Brittany Gould, Clay County    1    5    5.0

BLOCKED SHOTS    G    BL    AVG

McKinzee Barker, Clay County    1    7    7.0

Shealyn Shafer, Nicholas County    2    6    3.0

Noca Singleton, North Marion    1    5    5.0

Hope Lester, Westside    3    4    1.3

Emilly Stoler, Fairmont Senior    2    4    2.0

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Points — 40 Miki Glenn, Bridgeport (vs. Nicholas County); 33 Glenn, Bridgeport (vs. Lincoln); 26 Hope Lester, Westside (vs. PikeView); 26 Shealyn Shafer, Nicholas County (vs. Bridgeport)

3-Point Field Goals — 3 Makayla McEwayne, Lincoln (vs. Bridegeport); 3 Hope Chalfant, Bridgeport (vs. Nicholas County)

Rebounds — 15 Shealyn Shafer, Nicholas County (vs. North Marion); 13 Megan Endicott, Westside (vs. PikeView)

Assists — 9 McKinzee Barker, Clay County (vs. Fairmont Senior); 8 Morgan Spolarich, Westside (vs. PikeView)

Steals — 8 Jenny Bundy, Fairmont Senior (vs. Clay County); 6 Miki Glenn, Bridgeport (vs. Nicholas County, vs. Lincoln)

Blocked Shots — 7 McKinzee Barker, Clay (vs. Fairmont Senior); 6 Shealyn Shafer, Nicholas County (vs. North Marion)

CLASS A

SCORING    G    PTS    AVG

Griffin Dempsey, St. Joseph    3    65    21.7

Kenzie Smith, WIlliamstown    1    19    19.0

Audra Clark, St. Marys    3    53    17.7

Mychal Johnson, St. Joseph    3    52    17.3

Emily Bucon, Wheeling Central    2    33    16.5

Brooke Cieslewski, Williamstown    1    16    16.0

Stephanie Betler, Tucker Co.    2    30    15.0

Amber Evans, Tucker Co.    2    30    15.0

Alexis Payne, Valley    1    14    14.0

Colleen McCormick, W. Central    2    28    14.0

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