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Savannah White, DeLaSalle. White's commanding performance fell one block short of a triple double, but her performance pushed DeLaSalle (1-1) past St. Anthony 74-30 on Jan. 19. White's 22 points, 10 rebounds and nine blocks led to the No. 5-3A Islanders' season-opening win.
Sage Ganyo, Mountain Iron-Buhl. Ganyo's gamut of contributions guided her team to a 3-1 start to the season, helping the Rangers to being No. 3 in the Class 1A Minnesota Basketball News rankings from Jan. 20. Her peak performance was against Cass Lake-Bena on Jan. 18, recording 17 points, 10 steals, six assists and three rebounds in the Rangers' 74-64 triumph.
Gianna Kneepkens, Duluth Marshall. Kneepkens has started the season on an impressive scoring run. The Duluth Marshall (4-1) player has scored more than 45 points twice. On Jan. 16, she powered in 51 points along with 20 rebounds, four assists, seven steals and four blocks, helping the No. 7-2A Hilltoppers beat Grand Rapids 73-58.
Sophie Lahti, Pine City. The sophomore padded the stat sheet on the way to No. 10-2A Pine City's (4-0) perfect start this year. On Jan. 21, in a 92-64 victory over Ogilvie, Lahti tallied 30 points, nine rebounds, six assists, and five steals.
Taylor Schuck, Heritage Christian. The guard led Heritage Christian (4-1) to a dominating 63-16 win against North Lakes on Jan. 15, thanks to active hands on the defensive end. Schuck forced 10 steals alongside her recording 24 points, three rebounds and five assists.
*Stats and records as of Jan. 25.
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