Dakota Showcase Girls Records
Miss Basketball Dakota Showcase
Results & Records 2001-2019
FINAL TOURNAMENTS STANDINGS
2016 Anna Brecht Lincoln Patriots
Brecht, a 6-0 senior-to-be, averaged 23.7 points per game for the Lincoln Patriots to lead the event in scoring. She scored 20 or more four times in the vents, including 30 points in a win over Colorado Crush. As a prep player for SF Lincoln HS she averaged 23.9 points, 5.6 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game en route to All-City, All-Conference and All-State honors.
2015 Kylie Moe Randolph Girls Club
Moe, a 5-7 senior-to-be, averaged 15.7 points per game for the Randolph Girls Club who won their first Dakota Showcase championship. As a prep player at Brodhead HS in Wisconsin, Moe was a first-team All-State and player of the year honoree. She averaged 17.2 points, 8 rebounds and 5.6 assists per game, helping the Raiders to a 20-5 record and an appearance in the semifinals.
2014 Fallyn Freije ND Pro 17
Freije, a 6-0 senior-to-be, averaged 17.2 points per game to help ND Pro 17 to their first Dakota Showcase championship. As a prep player at Lakota-Edmore HS, Freije has been tabbed first-team All-State for three consecutive years. She averaged 18.1 points, 10 rebounds and 4.8 assists per game, helping the Raiders to a 20-7 record and a fifth-place finish at the Class B state tournament.
2013 Jaimee Pitt Wisconsin Blizzard Hawley
Pitt, a 5-9 senior-to-be, scored 18 points in the title game to help Wisconsin Blizzard Hawley to the 2013 Dakota Showcase championship. At Amherst High School in Wisconsin she averaged 18.2 points, 5.3 assists and 3.4 rebounds and in 2012 was named first-team All-State. She is also the two-time conference player-of-the-year and a three-time All-Conference Selection.
2012 TeTe Starks Hopkins Royals
Starks, a 5-9 sophomore-to-be led the Hopkins Royals to their second consecutive Dakota Showcase title. She averaged 11.5 points while handling the point guard duties during the event. During the regular season Hopkins went 31-1 en route to the Minnesota State title.
2011 Nia Coffey Hopkins Royals
The 6-0 junior was an All-Conference and honorable mention All-State performer for Hopkins in 2010 as they won the state championship. She averaged 11.5 points during the Dakota Showcase as the Royals went undefeated en route to the tournament title.
2011 All-Tournament Team
2010 Mikaela Shaw and Keriann Shaw Nebraska Twisterz
The sister duo of Mikaela and Keriann both averaged double figures (14.5 and 11.5 respectively) as the Nebraska Twisterz won their second-consecutive Dakota Showcase title. During the regular season the sisters helped Sandy Creek (Nebraska) to the State Championship and a 23-3 record.
2010 All-Tournament Team
2009 Stacia Robertson and Kate Edwards Nebraska Twisterz
The balanced attack of Robertson and Edwards helped power the Nebraska Twisterz to their first Dakota Showcase championship. Robertson, a 6-1 senior from Grand Island High School (Neb.), paced the Twisterz averaging 16.2 points per game. She has committed to the University of South Dakota. Edwards, a Crete (Neb.) senior also was in double-digits in scoring during the Dakota Showcase, adding 13.0 points per game.
2009 All-Tournament Team
2008 Katie Schechinger IBCA Iowa Select Red
The 6-3 senior-to-be post from IKM-Manning high school was one of many talented players that led the IBCA Iowa Select Red team to their second Dakota Showcase championship. As a junior, she averaged a double-double (22.9 points and 11.3 boards) per game for IKM-Manning. In the Dakota Showcase, she averaged 10.0 points per game on a balanced IBCA Iowa Select Red Team.
2008 All-Tournament Team
2007 Courtney Boylan Minnesota Metro Stars I
Boyland, a 5-7 senior-to-be, helped guide the Minnesota Metro Stars I squad to the Dakota Showcase title with an undefeated record. She averaged 15.17 points per contest for the Stars from her guard spot during the tournament. Boylan was named Miss Basketball Minnesota during her senior season at Chaska High School and went on to play college basketball for Michigan.
2007 All-Tournament Team
2006 Kelsey Woodard Daubert Pinnacle Nebraska
The 5-10 senior-to-be guard led the Nebraska squad with over 11 points per game in the Dakota Showcase, including 11 in the eight-point championship win over South Dakota Elite as her squad avenged an earlier loss in pool play. As a junior, she averaged 13 points and earned was named second-team super state at Bellevue West High School in Nebraska. Sister of 2001 MVP, Kristi Woodard, she has verbally committed to Creighton University.
2006 All-Tournament Team
2005 Nicole Clausen IBCA Iowa Select I
The 5-8 senior-to-be guard led the Iowa squad with 13 points per game in the Showcase, including 17 in the four-point championship win over Nebraska Bison Select. As a junior, she averaged 18.5 points and earned all-state honors for 21-4 Denison. She has verbally committed to Northern Iowa University.
2005 All-Tournament Team
2004 Earnesia Williams Air Oklahoma Stars
Williams, a 6-1 senior-to-be from Sapulpa, Okla., averaged 18 points and 10 boards as a junior for a 24-3 squad that reached the state quarterfinals for the third consecutive year. During the Dakota Showcase, she averaged 15.2 points. Ranked the #39 senior in the nation, she has signed with the University of Texas.
2004 All-Tournament Team
2003 Andrea Verdegan Wisconsin Velocity Red
Verdegan, a 5-8 senior-to-be from Flambeau High School in Glen Flora, Wisc., led the Wisconsin Velocity Red to the 2003 title. She averaged 11.0 points per game. She scored a tourney single game high of 24 vs. Daubert Pinnacle Nebraska. At Flambeau High, she averaged 16 points and 3.5 assists per game for the 23-1 team. She now plays for South Dakota St. University.
2003 All-Tournament Team
2002 Crystal Howard Daubert Pinnacle Nebraska I
Howard, a 5-9 junior-to-be from Omaha Central led a balanced Daubert attack with to the 2002 Dakota Showcase crown with 12.8 points per game, including 18 in a one-point semifinal win over Kansas Hoop Service. As a sophomore, she was named 1st team all-state as she led Central to the state semifinals and a 16-7 record. She averaged 17.5 points and 6.1 rebounds. After originally playing at the University of Missouri, Howard has transferred to Iowa Western CC.
2002 All-Tournament Team
2001 Kristi Woodard Tournament Gold I
Woodard, a 5-9 guard from Omaha, Nebraska, averaged 18.8 points per game in leading her team to the 2001 Dakota Showcase title. She tallied 21 points in the championship win over the Minnesota Quest. Woodard averaged 20.1 points per game as a senior at Bellevue West High School (Class A state tournament sem-finalist) and was named honorary captain of the Omaha World-Herald All-State Team. She will play college ball at Creighton University.
2001 All-Tournament Team
MOST POINTS SCORED: 99, Pinnacle Bank Nebraska 2009
2-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 34, SD Attack I 2014, Northern Lites 2011, Iowa Elite II 2004, SD North Stars 9 Elite
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 17, South Dakota Elite 2006
FREE THROWS MADE: 35, Iowa Elite I 2006
TOTAL POINTS: 430, Tournament Gold I 2001, Daubert Pinnacle Nebraska I 2002, Sioux Falls Warriors 2008
AVERAGE POINTS PER GAME: 75.25, Northeast Nebraska Bullets 2015
2-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 155, Tournament Gold I 2001
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 56, North Iowa Fire 11 2015
FREE THROWS MADE: 111, Nebraska Twisterz 2009
42, Lexi Hochstein (Pentagon 17 Brown 2018)
40, Tiffany Reedy (Iowa Wings 2001)
39, Deb Remmerde (NW Iowa Select 2002)
39, Andrea Lightfoot (Nebraska/Iowa Elite 2003)
35, Ciara Duffy (South Dakota Heat 2014)
34, Deb Remmerde (NW Iowa Select 2002)
33, Tiffany Reedy (Iowa Wings 2001)
33, Deb Remmerde (NW Iowa Select 2001)
2-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 15, Ayoka Lee (Minnesota Nice 17 2017)
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 9, Deb Remmerde (NW Iowa Select 2002), Lexi Hochstein (Pentagon 17 Brown 2018)
FREE THROWS MADE: 15, Anna Brecht (SD Attack I 2014), Jasmine Johnson (Nebraska Judds Select 2005), Sarah Nelson (Alegent Crusaders I 2009)
TOP SCORING AVERAGES:
28.00, Deb Remmerde (NW Iowa Select 2002)
27.60, Tiffany Reedy (Iowa Wings 2001)
23.25, Deb Remmerde (NW Iowa Select 2001)
2-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 47, Danielle Gant (Air Oklahoma Stars 2004), Ayoka Lee (Minnesota Nice 17 2017)
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 25, Deb Remmerde (NW Iowa Select 2002), Lexi Hochstein (Pentagon 17 Brown 2018)
FREE THROWS MADE: 46, Sydney Coffey (Hopkins Royals 2011)
TOTAL POINTS SCORED:
138, Tiffany Reedy (Iowa Wings 2001)
137, Andrea Lightfoot (Nebraska/Iowa Elite 2002)
134, Ciara Duffy (South Dakota Heat 2014)
127, Caitlyn Hibner (Randolph Girls Club 2014)
120, Rebecca Kielpinski (Prairie Shooters 2004)
113, Kristi Woodard (Tournament Gold I 2002)
112, Deb Remmerde (NW Iowa Select 2002)
112, Jasmine Johnson (Nebraska Judds Select 2005)
111, Danielle Gant (Air Oklahoma Stars 2004)
109, Ashley Sweat (Kansas Prime Time 2005)