Lady CL Basketball: District Awards-Top 10 Stats-Coaches Corner
The ReSporter wanted to spend some time going back to Round-Ball for the Girls and Boys teams.
Share some All-Time and Season Records and Post-Season District Awards along with a Coaches Corner as next season has started the clock.
The ReSporter would like to thank the Parents for their involvement and explain how and why the Hawk Green is highlighting the names below for the Best Season Stats below.
If the name is in first place then that player will be highlighted. The ReSporter has also highlighted the players that played this season.
One more note: The ReSporter has capitalized Megan Browning on the list below in her honor as the Hawk community said good-bye to this young lady this past January after she lost her life in a car accident.
That 2010 team that she was part of has littered every category as this was a special team which attests to Megan and we wish Stan and Sandra Browning the best as they wait for a much better time when they have an opportunity to see their daughter again.
Where there will be no pain or sadness as death has been defeated through Christ.
District 28-4A Accolades: First Team Reagan Heun Second Team Alexa Ramos Honorable Mention Mia Riali ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ All-Time Top 10 and Top 3 Season Stats Total Season Points Year 3pointers Year Ashley Pfaff 494 2010 Reagan Heun 53 2017 Reagan Heun 455 2017 Ashley Pfaff 39 2010 Tiffany Tschoepe 342 2011 Olivia Flores 36 2012 Katie Williams 326 2013 Reagan Heun 35 2015 Reagan Heun 326 2015 Sarah Russell 33 2016 Megan Browning 275 2011 Sarah Russell 20 2017 Jessica McMurray 266 2010 Megan Browning 15 2011 Katie Williams 241 2012 Jessica McMurray 11 2010 Tiffany Arredondo 240 2010 Chelsea Tschoepe 9 2017 Alexa Ramos 229 2017 Alexa Ramos 9 2016 Mia Riali 9 2014 Rebounds Free Throws Tiffany Tschoepe 297 2011 Ashley Pfaff 153 2010 Tiffany Tschoepe 282 2010 Reagan Heun 149 2017 Amber Ramsey 254 2012 Megan Browning 85 2011 Katie Williams 225 2012 Tiffany Arredondo 79 2010 Katie Williams 216 2013 Tiffany Tschoepe 72 2011 Ashley Pfaff 199 2010 Tiffany Tschoepe 67 2010 Kyndall Drum 173 2014 Reagan Heun 65 2015 Emma Gray 172 2016 Alexa Ramos 55 2017 Reagan Heun 163 2017 Katie Williams 50 2012 Megan Browning 48 2010 Assists Steals Tiffany Arredondo 92 2010 Ashley Pfaff 96 2010 Ashley Pfaff 89 2010 Amber Ramsey 94 2012 Jessica McMurray 59 2010 Alexa Ramos 80 2017 Megan Browning 49 2010 Alexa Ramos 76 2016 Reagan Heun 42 2017 Amber Ramsey 72 2013 Emma Gray 41 2016 Tiffany Arredondo 64 2010 Reagan Heun 39 2015 Alexa Ramos 60 2015 Alexa Ramos 38 2015 Reagan Heun 60 2017 Alexa Ramos 38 2016 Mia Riali 59 2015 Amber West 36 2011 Amber Ramsey 56 2014 Megan Browning 34 2011 Blocks Amber Ramsey 48 2013 Amber Ramsey 46 2012 Alexis Fullen 39 2015 Tiffany Tschoepe 38 2011 Sarah Schneider 34 2016 Katie Williams 33 2012 Emma Gray 32 2016 Sarah Schneider 30 2015 Amber Ramsey 30 2012 Ashley Pfaff 29 2010
The ReSporter: What happened this year that if you would have known it might have changed how you approached this season?
Coach Burleson: “Not much. I don’t think anything that we encountered this year caught us off guard at all.”
The ReSporter: What are the building blocks needed to get this program to a competitive team every year type of program?
Coach Burleson: “We have to spend consistent time in the gym getting better at shooting, passing, and dribbling. Lots of individual work. If we commit to that, we can do great things.”
The ReSporter: You did not have a Senior dominated team, but what would you like to say bout Mia Riali?
Coach Burleson: “I am very proud of Mia and we will really miss her. The team and the coaches love her. She will do great things in the future and I’m excited for her.”
The ReSporter: With so many freshman and not many people leaving, how do you mesh the Varsity with those up and comers from the Sub-Varsity teams?
Coach Burleson: “We practice against each other every day. There is virtually no difference in our approach with those groups.”
The ReSporter: How would you assess the overall way this team did progressed from start to finish?
Coach Burleson: “We got better throughout the year. We just did not have enough firepower this year to beat the teams in our district. We took the first week off after the season and the gym has been open ever since, so we can improve on our skills. Either we will put in the necessary time or we will not have much better results. Our girls are busy with other activities but we do have some up here putting in extra work. There is no shortcut to success.”
The ReSporter: Which game would you like to have back for getting a better result and why?
Coach Burleson: “All of them really. We played hard but did not get the result we wanted. There were a couple games that I could not have been more proud of these girls. It’s just now time to get better.”
The ReSporter: Thanks Coach and the Hawk Nation will wait with anticipation as your team comes back almost all intact as we wait to see how high they can jump. Go Hawks!!