(1-9-21) Stateline area (Ohio and Indiana) girls high school basketball player highlights for the week of 1-4-21.


Delphos St. John’s – Paige Gaynier scored 25 points vs. Paulding

Shawnee – Grace Freiberger had 27 points, seven steals and five assists vs. Perry

Leipsic – Liz Scheckelhoff scored 15 points and 16 rebounds vs. Patrick Henry

Sidney -Allie Stockton (Soph) scored 26 points vs. Greenville…followed that with 25 points vs Fairborn, the seventh consecutive game Stockton has scored 20 or more points in a game

Sheridan – Jamisyn Stinson (Freshman) 29 points, 7 3pt FGs and 15 rebounds in three quarters vs. Philo

Arcanum – Hailey Unger hit 8 3pt FGs and scored 36 points vs. Twin Valley South

Yellow Springs – Angie Smith scored 29 Points, 5 assists, 4 steals vs. East Dayton Christian

Marion Local – Alana Pohlman scored 21 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals vs Versailles

Tri-Village – Meghan Downing scored 12 points, 12 rebounds and 8 blocked shots vs. Trotwood-Madison

Vandalia-Butler -Sami Bardonaro (Soph) set a school record with 8 3pt FGs and scored 25 points vs. Piqua

Career Highlights

Botkins – Makenna Maurer hit her 100th 3 pointer of her career vs Parkway

Centerville-Amy Velasco scored her 1,000th point vs. Springfield.

Coaching Highlights

Ft. Loramie Coach Carla Siegel picks up her 450th win over Jackson Center

Bethel Coach Corey Steinke picks up win #100

Tri-Village Coach Brad Gray picks up his 300th win


Angola – Hanna Knoll became the new school scoring leader, surpassing 1,221 career points in a win and, finished with 17 points, and 1,228 career points vs. Lakeland…added 23 points, including the winning 3 pointer vs. West Noble

Carroll – Alli Harness scored 26 points, 8 assists and 7 steals vs. Eastern, scored 34 points, 5 assists, 6 steals and 6 rebounds vs. Delphi….18 points 9 rebounds vs. North White

Central Noble – Bridgette Gray with 26 points that ties her career best vs. Wawasee

Union City – Mariah Claywell scored 24 points, 7 rebounds and 7 steals vs. Randolph Southern

What a SHOT!

Homestead would hang on for the 56-53 OT win over Lawrence North