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Athletes are considered for the weekly top performer poll only if their stats are entered on the MN Girls' Basketball Hub by 10 a.m. on Sundays. If coaches or members of their staffs need access to enter stats, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brylee Iverson, Triton. A 6-foot-1 freshman, Iverson has produced for her team as if she's been around for many years already. This past Saturday, she tallied 31 points in Triton's 69-68 victory over Zumbrota-Mazeppa.
Adalia McKenzie, Park Center. McKenzie has been key in Park Center's 7-0 start this season. This past week, the junior forward put on a pair of eye-catching performances. She scored 37 points on Dec. 10 in a 71-50 win against Andover. Three days later, she recorded 29 points in an 82-40 defeat of Coon Rapids.
Lindsey Becher, Mounds View. Looking at her offensive statistics, Becher is a solid candidate solely because of her 33 points in a 64-43 triumph over Park of Cottage Grove this past Saturday. But that tells only part of the story, as the 6-foot-2 forward also contributed 24 rebounds and blocked six shots in the win.
Kirstin Robbins, Heritage Christian Academy. Robbins, a senior guard, has walked the walk when it comes to pouring in offense this season. On Dec. 10, she tallied 26 points and also had 12 steals in a 76-19 drubbing of Legacy Christian Academy.
Jade Hill, Minneapolis South. There has long been a history of Hills at Minneapolis South who have gone on to do great things in basketball, a streak that looks to continue as Jade Hill comes into her own with the Tigers. The junior guard had a 39-point performance in a 73-66 win against Anoka on Dec. 9.
*Stats and records as of Dec. 16
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Logan Anderson, Forest Lake. Dec. 2-7