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Madison Mathiowetz, Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s: The South Dakota State commit dropped 35 points, grabbed seven rebounds and dished five assists in a pivotal 69-62 win over Tomahawk Conference rival Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart on Jan. 7. Mathiowetz has 406 points on the season — and is a key reason why the Knights lead the league with a 6-0 record and are third in the Class 1A rankings from Minnesota Basketball News.
Regan Juenemann, Duluth Marshall: Juenemann notched 38 of Duluth Marshall’s 50 points in a four-point loss at Pine City on Jan. 8. She also grabbed 11 boards in the loss.
Selam Maher, St. Louis Park: Maher helped lead St. Louis Park to an 86-65 victory over New Prague, finishing with 31 points in the Metro West Conference clash.
Olivia Harazin, Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial: Harazin’s 30 points was the difference as the Knights routed GHEC-Truman-Martin Luther 81-52 on Jan. 7. The victory was Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial's six consecutive in the Valley Conference play.
Ella Runyon, Hill-Murray: Runyon scored a game-high 27 points in an 82-40 win over South St. Paul on Jan. 7. It was Runyon’s second game of the season with more than 20 points.
*Stats and records as of Jan. 9
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