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Girls basketball coaches association releases 2018 Miss Minnesota Basketball first cut list

By SportsEngine staff, 01/30/18, 7:15PM CST

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The organization identified 34 girls in its first watch list of candidates for the award that goes to the state's top senior.


Mountain Iron-Buhl's Mary Burke is one of 34 seniors on the 2018 Miss Minnesota Basketball watch list, released Tuesday by the state's girls basketball coaches association. Photo by Cheryl Myers, SportsEngine

The Minnesota Girls Basketball Coaches Association released its first cut list for the 2018 Miss Minnesota Basketball Award on Tuesday. 

The organization plans to release its next watch list before the state tournament in March, while the names of the finalists published after the state tournament. The 2018 Miss Basketball winner will be announced at the All-Star Banquet on Friday, April 6 in Northfield.

Name School
Carmen Backes Chisago Lakes
Bailey Becker Sauk Rapids-Rice
Taylor Brown Lakeville North
Tayzha Buck Red Wing
Mary Burke Mountain Iron-Buhl
Krystal Carlson Hastings
Monika Czinano Watertown-Mayer
Kristie Fett Lyle-Pacelli
Bren Fox Norwood-Young America
Audrey Gadison St. Croix Lutheran
Emma Grothaus Mahtomedi
Sam Haiby Moorhead
Teana Hakamaki Cromwell-Wright
Rachel Hakes Woodbury
Heaven Hamling Grand Rapids
Angie Hammond Hopkins
Nicole Herbranson Barnesville
Morgan Hill Minneapolis South
Cayle Hovland Willmar
Jaclyn Jarnot Maranatha Christian
Kelsea Lund Lac Qui Parle Valley
Ayoka Lee Byron
Maddie Loder Orono
Sydney Lodermeier Goodhue
Kayla Mershon Minnetonka
Shea Oman New London-Spicer
Kelsey Peschel Sauk Centre
Kylie Post Maranatha Christian
Mackenzie Rensch Hutchinson
Sydney Stapleton Centennial
Maesyn Thiesen Sauk Centre
Autumn Thompson Stephen-Argyle
Megan Walker Minnetonka
Megan Walstad Eastview

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