(12-2-20) 1,000 points in a career is a big deal at any basketball level, below you will see those girls basketball players in Auglaize County who have accomplished this over the years.

Linda ‘SueSue’ Lauth, Nikki Miars, Krissy Haines and Connie Hamberg

St. Marys’ All-Time scoring leader Nikki Miars reached the 2,000 point level, quite impressive. Four of the top 5 on the list played for the Rough riders.

Minster who has one of the MAC’s most respected programs had Lauren Shenk with a career point title of over 1,600 points. One current Wildcat and the current MAC Player of the Year, Ivy Wolf, can add to her total…how much? That depends on the pandemic conditions of 2020-21.

New Knoxville’s Jill Henschen was the first Auglaize County player to break the 1,000 point level back in 1983.

Rank – Name – School – Points – Yr Graduated

  1. Nikki Miars, St. Marys 2,006 – 1995
  2. Lauren Shenk, Minster 1,671 – 1998
  3. Linda Lauth, St. Marys 1,554 – 1984
  4. Krissy Haines, St. Marys 1,447 -2004
  5. Connie Hamberg, St. Marys 1,348 -1994
  6. Haley Horstman, New Knoxville 1,317- 2014
  7. Courtney Prenger, Minster 1,234 -2019
  8. Jill Henschen, New Knoxville 1,178 -1983
  9. Ivy Wolf, Minster, 1,165 -2021
  10. Rosie Westerbeck, Minster/New Bremen 1,141- 2017
  11. Erika Thornsberry, St. Marys 1,092 -2007-11
  12. Nicole Wright, New Knoxville 1,066 -2007
  13. Paige Lehman, New Knoxville 1,053 -2014
  14. Nan Kogge, St. Marys 1049 -2000
  15. Jill Buschur, New Bremen 1,048 -2000
  16. Ashley Arnett, New Knoxville 1,040 -2002
  17. Mary Ann Burden, St. Marys 1,038 -1989
  18. Shania Taylor, St. Marys 1,012 -2017
  19. Meg Reineke, New Knoxville 1,008 -2015

NOTE: No stats were available for Wapakoneta or Waynesfield-Goshen

Jill Henschen, Ashley Arnett and Ivy Wolf