Miss Basketball Big Show Records
Miss Basketball Big Show
Results & Records 2007-2013
FINAL TOURNAMENT STANDINGS
2013 Lindsay Shupe Kansas Legends
Shupe, a 5-7 sophomore-to-be, averaged 15.8 points per game as the Kansas Legends went undefeated en route to the Big Show title. Shupe, a Minneapolis HS (KS) product, averaged 6.7 points during the prep season. During the Big Show, she led the tournament with 25 points in a single game.
2012 Fallyn Freije Northern Lites
Freije, an All-State selection, averaged 17.1 points per game as the Northern Lites picked up the first Big Show title for the state of South Dakota. The sophomore-to-be from Adams-Edmore HS in ND led the tournament in scoring with 120 points.
2012 Big Show All-Tournament
2011 Shaleia Jamison Lenexa Sixers
Jamison was one of three players to average over eight points for a balanced Lenexa Sixers team as they went 7-0 en route to the Miss Basketball Big Show title. The freshman to be from Olathe, Kan., averaged 9.6 points during the tournament.
2011 Big Show All-Tournament
2010 Michaela Barry NEN Xtreme I
Barry, a 5-7 guard, was a key ingredient for the NEN Xtreme I as they picked up their first Miss Basketball Big Show title. The sophomore to be from Battle Creek, Neb., averaged 12.0 points during the tournament.
2010 Big Show All-Tournament
2009 Caitlyn Spurgeon And 1 Oklahoma I
Spurgeon, a 5-9 forward/post, helped guide a talented And 1 Oklahoma I to the title of the third annual Miss Basketball Big Show. The sophomore to be was one of three players for And 1 Oklahoma I that averaged eight points or more.
2009 Big Show All-Tournament
2008 SharaneCampbell Air Oklahoma Stars
Sharane Campbell, a 5-9 forward/wing, helped guide a talented Air Oklahoma Stars squad to the title of the second annual Miss Basketball Big Show. The sophomore-to-be averaged 15.3 points as Air Oklahoma went a perfect 7-0 during the event. Campbell, was a 1st-Team All-City Selection, for Star Spencer High School in Spencer, Okla.
2008 Big Show All-Tournament
2007 Stacia Robertson Kansas Belles
The inaugural Big Show MVP was Stacia Robertson of the Kansas Belles. Robertson, a 6-1 forward/post, helped guide the Belles to the team championship, averaging 10.1 points per game during the tournament. Robertson, a sophomore from Grand Island (Neb.) High School, was a Honorable Mention All-State Selection for the Islanders in 2006-07.
2007 Big Show All-Tournament
POINTS IN A GAME: 96, Northeast Nebraska Bullets 2011
2-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 36, Northeast Nebraska Bullets 2011
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 12, Cyclones 2011
FREE THROWS MADE: 25, Elevation Flyers 2012
TOTAL POINTS: 580, Kansas Belles 2007
AVERAGE POINTS PER GAME: 68.80, Northeast Nebraska Bullets 2011
2-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 223, Kansas Belles 2007
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 59, Cyclones 2011
FREE THROWS MADE: 91, Sarpy County II 2010
POINTS SCORED: 34, Azia Washington (Missouri Valley Eclipse 2008)
2-POINT FG MADE: 16, Azia Washington (Missouri Valley Eclipse 2008)
3-POINT FG MADE: 6, Jessica Blake (Team Kansas Select 2007), Alyssa Palmer (Missouri Valley Eclipse 2008), Kennedy Kirkpatrick (Kansas Belles 2009), Justice Ross (Sarpy County I 2010), Anna Keefe (Cyclones 2011)
FREE THROWS MADE: 13, Jaden Hobbs (Oklahoma Swarm 2012), Alison Gorrell (Colorado Shining Stars II 2008)
TOP SCORING AVERAGES:
20.3, Alison Gorrell (Colorado Shining Stars II 2008)
20.2, Jordan Baer (Colorado Shining Stars 15 Blue 2011)
19.0, Jayla Hobza (Omaha Sparks 2008)
18.7, Lizzy Wendell (Missouri Valley Select 2010)
18.6, Brandan Tighe (Northeast Nebraska Bullets 2011)
18.5, Azia Washington (Missouri Valley Eclipse 2008)
17.3, Myah Selland (South Dakota Thunder 2013)
17.3, Kelsey Brooks (Missouri Valley Blazers Elite 2009)
17.0, Kaylee Jensen (NEN Xtreme I 2011)
16.8, Lindsey Johnson (Dakota Schoolers 2008)
15.8, Anna Keefe (Cyclones 2011)
15.8, Lexy Thorderson (Colorado Gold 2010)
15.8, Lindsay Shupe (Kansas Legends 2013)
15.8, Jessica Blake (Team Kansas Select 2007)
15.3, Sharane Campbell (Air Oklahoma Stars 2008)
15.2, Martha Robinson (NWA Wildcats 2007)
15.0, Amaya Williams (Missouri Lady Sting 2007)
2-POINT FG MADE: 59, Azia Washington (Missouri Valley Eclipse 2008)
3-POINT FG MADE: 22, Alyssa Palmer (Missouri Valley Eclipse 2008)
FREE THROWS MADE: 42, Alison Gorrell (Colorado Shining Stars 2008), Jamie Schuetz (Sarpy County II 2010)
TOTAL POINTS SCORED: 130, Azia Washington (Missouri Valley Eclipse 2008)
TEAMS FROM 11 STATES HAVE COMPETED IN THE BIG SHOW. THE NUMBER OF CHAMPIONSHIPS WON BY EACH STATE DESIGNATED WITH *.