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Maddyn Greenway, Providence Academy. The No. 3 team in the Class 2A Minnesota Basketball News rankings from Feb. 10 has Greenway set to contribute in whatever way it needs her to. The seventh-grader filled up the stat sheet on Feb. 11 in a 75-37 win versus Cristo Rey Jesuit with 21 points, nine rebounds, eight assists and five steals. leading to Providence Academy's (9-0) second win of the week.
Megan Erickson, Randolph. Erickson started her week putting in 36 points in Randolph's (6-1) 65-25 victory against Spring Grove on Feb. 8. Three days later, she grabbed a double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds beating Maple River 66-35.
Jenna Guyer, Centennial. No. 4-4A Centennial (9-0) earned two victories with help from its senior center to extend its unbeaten record. Guyer achieved her best performance of the week when she claimed 22 points, 12 rebounds and four steals knocking off Champlin Park 68-56 on Feb. 9.
Callin Hake, Chanhassen. The junior, who is averaging over 23 points per game, took the lead scoring role in Chanhassen's (4-5) two contests. Hake dropped 30 points, defeating Bloomington Jefferson 75-42 on Feb. 9, followed by another 32 points three days later to beat Robbinsdale Cooper 70-59. These two games were her first 30-point outings this season.
Kendra Syverson, Mahnomen/Waubun. Syverson put on her best display Feb. 11 at Park Christian. In the 63-42 win, she guided Mahnomen/Waubun (7-2) with 27 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and three steals.
*Stats and records as of Feb. 15
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