Lady Hawks Basketball All-Time Stat Leaders
Canyon Lake has finished their season and The ReSporter would like to share the All-Time Stat list to show where some Seniors finished and where some of the Hawk players stand in their quest to rise to the top.
Some notes for the numbers below will need to be communicated as Ashley Pfaff stats are based with just one year of playing and so that should help people understand just how good of a player this young lady was.
If The ReSporter was going to place a starting line-up, then based on watching the players below and crunching their numbers then this would be the team we would go to the hardwood with.
Ashley Pfaff: Her numbers speak for themselves, but more than that this player was an all around player that could also handle the ball.
The total package from her assists and blocked shots to her shooting and dishing the rock.
Katie Williams: Katie would be our, ‘get it done underneath’, player. You could count on Williams each night as she brought her lunch pale and was always ready for battle.
Tiffany Arredondo: Arredondo could break a press just by dribbling through the defense and her ability to find a player for an assist is why she is over 40 away from any other player reaching her numbers.
Arredondo is who we would want as our quarterback in those tough situations.
Tiffany Tschoepe: Tschoepe would be a given in getting the team a needed rebound. Her numbers are tops in that category, but she did the little things that don’t show up on the stat sheet and that alone would give you that extra effort for a good team result.
Finally, The ReSporter would go with another player that was on the court for just one year. Caitlyn Gillum, would give this team several easy shots as she had the ability to dribble out of trouble and find a player first before she would shoot.
Gillum was not a scorer, even though she could have had better numbers in that sphere. Distributing the ball and being there to help this Hawk team by getting down the court with ease against a press would be reason enough for her spot on this team.
Kyndall Drum would be The ReSporter’s sixth man as she too could play the forward position and also have the ability to get rebounds and shots around the basket. Drum’s numbers would have been much higher if not for being injured for much of her Senior season and so contemplating the, what if, scenario would put her in a situation a coach would love to point to when needing some spark off the bench.
All-Time Stats for Lady Basketball
Points Season Points Year Katie Williams 755 Ashley Pfaff 493 2009 Tiffany Tschoepe 515 Tiffany Tschoepe 342 2010 Ashley Pfaff 493 Reagan Heun 326 2014 Amber Ramsey 443 Katie Williams 326 2012 Megan Browning 428 Jessica McMurray 266 2009 Kyndall Drum 374 Katie Williams 241 2011 Amber West 358 Tiffany Arredondo 240 2009 Tiffany Arredondo 332 Amber Ramsey 219 2012 Reagan Heun 326 Olivia Flores 190 2012 Kyndall Drum 149 2014 Career Field Goals Free Throws Blocks Katie Williams 315 Ashley Pfaff 152 Amber Ramsey 99 Amber Ramsey 190 Tiffany Tschoepe 139 Katie Williams 73 Tiffany Tschoepe 188 Megan Browning 133 Tiffany Tschoepe 48 Ashley Pfaff 151 Katie Williams 119 Alexis Fullen 39 Kyndall Drum 147 Tiffany Arredondo 96 Sarah Schneider 35 Amber West 144 Kyndall Drum 82 Ashley Pfaff 29 Megan Browning 136 Reagan Heun 64 Reagan Heun 15 Reagan Heun 113 Amber Ramsey 60 Kyndall Drum 10 Steals Assists 3pt Shot Amber Ramsey 201 Tiffany Arredondo 125 Olivia Flores 42 Katie Williams 139 Ashley Pfaff 89 Ashley Pfaff 39 Amber West 127 Megan Browning 83 Reagan Heun 35 Ashley Pfaff 96 Amber West 74 Megan Browning 23 Tiffany Arredondo 90 Caitlyn Gillum 63 Jessica McMurray 14 Alexa Ramos 60 Reagan Heun 39 Mia Riali 12 Mia Riali 59 Amber West 10 Katie Williams 56 Hannah St. John 10 Reagan Heun 48 Rebounds Tiffany Tschoepe 579 Katie Williams 559 Amber Ramsey 558 Kyndall Drum 377 Megan Browning 235 Ashley Pfaff 199 Alexis Fullen 157 Reagan Heun 146