Miss Basketball Showcase Records
Miss Basketball Showcase
Results & Records 1996-2019
FINAL TOURNEY STANDINGS
TAYLOR ROBERTSON Twin Lakes Stars
Robertson, a 5-10 senior-to-be from McPherson High School (KS), averaged the second most points in the history of the Miss Basketball Showcase with 24.2 points per game, including a 36 point performance in the opening round of the tournament for the Twin Lakes Stars. Her 36 points was the third most ever in the event. During her prep season, she averaged 24.3 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.5 assists en route to being named the Kansas Gatorade Player-of-the-Year.
TAYLOR ROBERTSON Twin Lakes Stars
Robertson, a 5-10 junior-to-be from McPherson High School (KS), averaged 20.2 points per game, including 23 in the title game, as the Twin Lakes Stars picked up their second Miss Basketball Showcase title in program history. The previous title came in the first Miss Basketball Showcase. During her prep season, she averaged 18.1 points, 5.5 rebounds and 2.3 assists en route to being named league Most Valuable Player and a first-team All-Region player as well as a second-team American Family Insurance All-USA.
MICHAELA JONES Nebraska Twisterz
Jones, a 5-6 sophomore-to-be from Beatrice High School (NE), averaged 11.5 points per game for the Nebraska Twisterz as they picked the second Miss Basketball Showcase title in the program history. During her prep season, she averaged 9.0 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.5 assists en route to being named honorable mention All-State and All-Conference.
TAYLOR FREDERICK Western IA Express – Nauman
Frederick, a 6-1 junior-to-be from Harlan High School (IA), averaged 14.3 points per game for Western Iowa Express-Nauman as they picked up their first Miss Basketball Showcase title. Frederick scored a game high 17 points in the championship game. During her prep season, she averaged 12.4 points and 6.0 rebounds en route to being named a first-team All-State, All-Conference and All-Region selection. She helped Harlan to a perfect record of 26-0 and a state championship.
ALLISON ARENS Pinnacle Bank Nebraska
Arens, a 5-9 junior-to-be from Crofton High School (NE), averaged 12.1 points per game for Pinnacle Bank Nebraska as they picked up their sixth Miss Basketball Showcase title. The balanced Pinnacle squad tied the record for most points in a tournament with 563. During her prep season, she averaged 13.6 points, 3.0 rebounds and dished out 5.1 assists per game en route to being named both an All-Conference and All-State selection. She helped Crofton to a perfect record of 24-0 and a state championship.
MIKAELA SHAW Nebraska Twisterz
Shaw, a 5-11 senior-to-be from Sandy Creek High School (NE), averaged19.4 points per game, for the Nebraska Twisterz as they picked up their first Miss Basketball Showcase title. She also set a tournament record for most 2-pt field goals in a tournament (61) and was ffith on the charts for most points in a tournament (155). During her prep season she was a first-team All-State selection and honorary captain, along with earning first-team All-Conference honors, as she helped Sandy Creek a state title and a 23-3 record.
KATELYN LOECKER KS Eclipse Sparq 15
Loecker, a 6-0 junior from McPherson High School (KS), averaged 15.8 points per game for the KS Eclipse Sparq 15 as they finished with a perfect record and the Miss Basketball Showcase title. During her prep season she was named Conference MVP and second-team All-State, averaging a double-double (17.0 points and 10.0 rebounds) as she helped McPherson to a third-place finish at state and a 22-3 record.
HAILEY MANDELKO Pinnacle Bank Nebraska I
Mandelko was one of many key players for the Pinnacle Bank Nebraska I squad that finished with a perfect record and the Miss Basketball Showcase title. The versatile 5-8 senior guard from Lexington High School (Neb.) averaged 12.6 points per game during the Showcase. At Lexington she was a first-team All-State and All-Conference selection, putting up 19.3 points for the Minutemaids. She will play college ball at NCAA Division I Southern Utah University.
STACIA ROBERTSON Nebraska Twisterz
Robertson, a 6-1 senior from Grand Island High School (Neb.), paced the Twisterz averaging 20.5 points per game during the Showcase. She also broke the record for free throws in a tournament (52) and had the third highest tournament scoring total in history (164) and is third all time in career point at the Showcase with 296. She has committed to the Division I University of South Dakota.
JANNA GRAF KC Blue Streaks
Grafwas the leading scorer for the KC Blue Streaks during the Showcase putting up 12.3 points per game. As a junior, she averaged 19.8 points and 8.7 rebounds for Shawnee Mission East High School and was named first-team All-State and the Conference Player-of-the-Year.
TAELOR KARR Missouri Valley Eclipse I
Karr, directed the offense for the tournament champion Missouri Valley Eclipse I squad. She distributed the ball to a variety of scorers, as six different players for the championship team averaged over seven points per game.As a junior, she averaged 15.0 points for Paola High School. In the title game at the Miss Basketball Showcase she scored 10 points. Karr has verballed to NCAA Division I Kansas State University.
KATELIN ONEY IBCA Iowa Select I
The leading scorer on a team with eight players that averaged between 5.3 and 9.8 points per game, Oney helped lead the IBCA squad to the programs first Miss Basketball Showcase title. As a junior, she averaged 15.9 points for Cedar Rapids Washington High School, which finished 22-3 and reached the state semi-finals. She earned 2nd Team All State honors. Oney has verballed to NCAA Division I Northern Iowa University.
JILL YOUNG South Dakota Elite
One of the best girls basketball players in South Dakota history, Young scored 765 points as a junior to break the all-time single season state record of 760 points. She enters her senior season 4th on the state’s all-time scoring list. A prolific three-point shooter, the 5-foot-7 Young holds the South Dakota high school record for 3’s in a season and a career. She earned 2nd Team All State honors as an 8th grader, and 1st Team honors in 9th, 10th and 11th grade. In 2006, she led Mitchell Christian to a 24-2 record and the state title while averaging 30 points, 10.8 rebounds and 7 assists per contest. During the 2006 Showcase, Young averaged 15.4 points per game and 3.0 three-pointers per game. At Mitchell Christian High School, Young started since the seventh grade and finished her career in 2007 with state records of 3,317 points and 462 three-pointers. She will play at NCAA Division I South Dakota St. University.
ASHLEY SWEAT Kansas Prime Time
The three-time Showcase All-American averaged 21.75 points per game while leading Kansas Prime Time to the championship game of the 2005 Showcase. The all-time leading scorer at the Showcase with 456 points, Sweat averaged 21.71 points in 21 games at the event over three years. Sweat holds the second, third and fourth spots on the average points per game chart with averages of 20.8 in 2003, 23.2 in 2004 and 21.75 in 2005. A 6-foot-2 forward, Sweat led McPherson, Kan., to a perfect 25-0 record and state title in 2005. She now plays for Kansas St. University.
CHEVELLE HERRING Daubert Pinnacle Nebraska I
A talented 5-foot-6 point guard, Herring averaged 12.4 points and 5.4 assists for Bellevue East High School, which finished 24-5 and state runnerups. During the Showcase, she averaged 9.6 points on balanced team with four players that averaged 9.3-9.8 points. Herring scored a team high 19 in the 48-45 championship game victory over the Kansas Dream Team. She now plays for Creighton University.
JOANN HAMLIN Kansas Dream Team
The heavily recruited post was named to the 2003 Miss Basketball All-American Team as she helped the Wichita Tornadoes reach the finals. In 2004, the 6-foot-2 Hamlin averaged 15.5 points to lead the Kansas Dream Team to the finals. As a junior, she averaged 19 points and 11 rebounds for Winfield, Kan., and was named Class 5A 1st Team All-State. She is now playing at the University of Iowa.
DANIELLE GANT Air Oklahoma Stars
The two-time all-stater averaged 22 points and 14 rebounds as a freshman, and followed that up by averaging 23 points and 11.7 rebounds as a sophomore for Class 6A (large school) Putnam City West High School in Oklahoma City, Okla. Last summer, Gant averaged 11.8 points and was named to the Miss Basketball Showcase All-American Team. As a junior-to-be in the summer of 2003, Gant averaged 16.6 points and led the Air Oklahoma Stars to a perfect 8-0 record and the Miss Basketball Showcase National Championship. Gant finished with 21 points in a 62-46 title game victory over the Wichita Tornados. Gant now plays for Texas A&M.
ANDREA LIGHTFOOT Nebraska / Iowa Elite
Lightfoot, a 5-9 senior-to-be at Marian High School in Omaha, Nebraska, averaged a tourney high 20.0 points in the Showcase. She scored a team high 23 in the 70-64 championship victory over the Daubert Pinnacle Nebraska All-Stars. As a junior, she averaged 19.3 points and was named 1st Team All-State. As a sophomore, she averaged 15.3 points and led Marian to the Class A (large school) state title. She will play for the Big 12’s University of Nebraska.
KRISTI WOODARD & ANGIE JANIS Tournament Gold
This inside out duo helped Tournament Gold win their first Miss Basketball Showcase crown and have been selected as our 2001 Co-MVP’s. Woodard, a 5-9 guard at Bellevue West High School in Omaha, Nebraska, averaged 16.3 points in the Showcase, including a team high 15 in the 48-40 championship victory over Sioux Falls Riders. As a junior, she averaged 18 points and 5 boards and was a 2nd Team All-State selection. She now plays for Creighton University.
Angie Janis, a 6-1 post from Millard North High School in Omaha, Nebraska, has attracted significant interest from college scouts. She averaged 16 points per game for Tournament Gold, including 11 in the title game. As a junior, Janis averaged 15 points and 10.1 boards for Millard North, which finished 18-6 and reached the Class A (large schools) state semi-finals. She was named 1st Team Class A All-State and also carries a 3.7 GPA. She now plays for Creighton University.
SARITA DEBOER Dakota Blue & MEGAN MAHONEY Sioux Falls Riders
These two outstanding players helped lead their teams to the finals of the 2000 Showcase championship game, won 52-50 by Dakota Blue. DeBoer led Dakota Blue with 20 points in the finale, Mahoney scored 15 for the Sioux Falls Riders. Their contributions to their teams were significant during the four day event.
DeBoer, a 6-2 center from Huron, South Dakota, caught the eye of many college coaches during the weekend. As a junior, she averaged 14.6 points and 8.5 rebounds per outing for Huron High, which finished 20-4 and 3rd at the state tournament. A second team all-stater, she also carries a 4.0 gpa. During Miss Basketball, DeBoer averaged 10.9 points per game, including her tourney high in the championship game.
Mahoney, a versatile 6-0 guard/forward from Sturgis, South Dakota, went on to play at Kansas St., where she earned All-Big 12 honors. She was drafted in the third round (34th pick overall) of the 2005 WNBA Draft by the Connecticut Sun. As a high school junior, she averaged 17 points per game for 20-3 the state runner-up team. A two-time Miss Basketball All-American, Mahoney averaged 15.86 points during the 2000 Showcase.
LAURIE KOEHN Kansas Thunder Bolts
The Kansas St. star became the NCAA women’s all-time leader for three-pointers made in a career. This 5-8 shooter left a mark on the record books that won’t soon be erased. Koehn averaged 28 points per game at the Showcase, almost 9 better than the previous high mark by Wendi Willits (later played at U. of Arkansas). She had games of 41 points, 40, 30, 29, 27, 25, 21 and 11, for a total of 224 (102 more than the previous record of 122 by Caton Hill now at U. of Oklahoma). She hit 34 three-pointers in the Showcase. Koehn, who was USA Basketball’s third leading scorer on the 2000 gold medal-winning Women’s Junior World Championship Qualifying team this past summer, averaged 37 points, 5.9 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 5.2 steals as a senior at Moundridge (Kan.) High School. She was named a Parade Magazine 2nd Team All-American and received several preseason Big 12 Freshman of the Year awards. In May 2005, Koehn signed with the WNBA’s Washington Mystics.
STEPHANIE JONES Daubert Pinnacle Bank Nebraska All-Stars
6-1 forward Stephanie Jones helped propel the Nebraska all-staters to their first title. Jones scored 19 points vs. Kansas Dream Team in a 60-54 championship game win. A three-year starter at Benson High in Omaha, Jones was a Street & Smith All-American honorable mention and first team Class A all-stater. Jones narrowed her list of college choices to Connecticut and Nebraska, before signing with the Huskers.
NICOLE FOSTER Kansas Dream Team
Foster led the Kansas Dream Team during the Miss Basketball Showcase with 12 points per outing, including a game high 15 in the championship game win over Texas Express. Foster was her strongest in the Dream Team’s four tournament games, averaging close to 16 points in those games. Foster led Utica High School to a 22-3 season with 18.6 points and 11.5 boards per game.
WENDI WILLITS Oklahoma Flyers Red
As a freshman at Arkansas, Willits averaged 6.8 points and was named the SEC Freshman Player of the Year. Willits started all 5 NCAA tournament games as Arkansas advanced to the NCAA Final 4. She set the school record with 7 three-pointers in a game. In the Showcase, Willits led the Flyers and the tourney with 19.6 ppg until leaving for the WBCA select camp in St. Louis after pool play and two rounds of the tourney. Despite missing three games, she still led the tournament with a total of 98 points and 13 three-pointers. Willits, a 5-7 guard, tallied 3,387 career points for Fort Cobb-Broxton High School in Fort Cobb, Oklahoma.
SHAUNA PORTER Twin Lakes Stars I
Porter led the Stars to the tournament title with 97 points in 7 games. Her 16.2 points per game and 97 total were second only to Willits. The 5-6 guard led Waconda East High School in Cawker City, Kansas, to a 27-1 season as a junior. She averaged 25 points and 5 rebounds as WEHS finished third in the state tournament. Porter started as a freshman for Fort Hays St. University.
HIGHEST WINNING SCORE: 106, Twin Lakes Stars 2004
LOWEST WINNING SCORE: 29, Kansas Dreamteam I 2006
2-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 38, Daubert Pinnacle Bank Nebraska All-Stars 2000, Kansas Belles 2001, Kansas Belles I 2004, Pinnacle Bank Nebraska I 2008
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 16, North Iowa Fire 9 2014
FREE THROWS MADE: 30, Legends Purple 2012, Midwest Trailblazers 2007
TOTAL POINTS: 563, Pinnacle Bank Nebraska 2013, Daubert Pinnacle Banks Nebraska All-Stars 1998
AVERAGE POINTS PER GAME: 72.43, Sioux Falls Riders 1998
2-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 209, Dakota Blue 2000
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 60, North Iowa Fire 9 2014
FREE THROWS MADE: 126, Kansas Dream Team 1998
41, Laurie Koehn (Kansas Thunder Bolts 1999)
40, Laurie Koehn (Kansas Thunder Bolts 1999)
37, Dominque Rodriguez (Colo Swoosh Premier 2018)
36, Taylor Robertson (Twin Lakes Stars 2017)
34, Carissa Powell (SSC Cardinals 2014)
34, Lakin Preisner (Twin Lakes Stars 2014)
33, Amanda Iverson (Sioux Valley Sports 2002)
33, Ashley Sweat (Kansas Prime Time 2005)
32, Jaleshia Roberson (MO Trailblazer Explorers 2006)
32, Ashley Sweat (Kansas Prime Time 2004)
31, Kathryn Schell (Legends 2013)
31, Elizabeth Donohoe (Oklahoma Firestorm 2009)
31, Jennifer Vigil (Basketball At It’s Best 2011)
30, Madi Hagge (Ord 2016)
30, Laurie Koehn (Kansas Thunder Bolts 1999)
30, Lauren Wenski (Hoop Service II 2001)
30, Ashley Sweat (Kansas Prime Time 2005)
30, Christina Buescher (AZ Lady Rebels I 2008)
30, Amanda Hughes (Colorado Triple Threat 2008)
30, Amy Briggs (Kansas Storm 2009)
30, Skyler Snider (Kearney Cats 2014)
29, Mikaela Shaw (Nebraska Twisterz 2012)
29, Sade Akindele (Colorado Thunder 2010)
29, Olivia Antilla (43 Hoops 2009)
29, Stacia Robertson (Nebraska Twisterz 2009)
29, Alison Janecek (Alegent Crusaders 2008)
29, Amanda Iverson (Sioux Falls Riders 2001)
29, Andrea Lightfoot (Nebraska/Iowa Elite 2002)
29, Christy Neneman (Omaha Lady Cobras 1999)
29, Laurie Koehn (Kansas Thunder Bolts 1999)
29, Megan Mahoney (Black Hills Hoopsters 1999)
29, KC Cowgill (Daubert Pinnacle Nebraska 1999)
29, Lindsay Palmer (Oklahoma Elite 2006)
29, Ashley Sweat (Kansas Prime Time 2005)
29, Mollie Mounsey (High Plains Storm 2014)
28, Ellie Herzberg (NW Iowa Stars Black 2012)
28, Stacia Robertson (Nebraska Twisterz 2009)
28, Jordan Hooper (Team Runza 2009)
28, Jennifer Goetz (Iowa Elite 2002)
28, JoAnn Hamlin (Kansas Dream Team 2004)
28, Ashia Woods (Kansas Lady Blazers (2008)
28, Emily Glen (Colorado Thunder 2011)
28, Laura Knudtson (North Iowa Fire 9 2014)
27, Taylor Robertson (Twin Lakes Stars 2016)
27, Casey Miller (Okla. Lady Vols Blue 2013)
27, Jordan Prantner (North Iowa Fire 9 2013)
27, Reagan Phelan (Kansas Legends 2012)
27, Brook Duncan (Missouri Blaze 2010)
27, Ashley Eide (Sioux Falls Warriors 2008)
27, Heidi Hoff (Northern Lites 2010)
27, Sierra McSpadden (Oklahoma Mustangs I 2008)
27, Brittany Demery (Oklahoma Nightmares 2006)
27, Deb Remmerde (NW Iowa Select 2002)
27, Katie Dahlen (Fargo Spartans 2001)
27, JoAnn Hamlin (Wichita Tornados 2003)
27, JoAnn Hamlin (Kansas Dream Team 2004)
27, Lindsey Keller (Wichita Bearcats 2007)
27, Lauri Koehn (Kansas Thunder Bolts 1999)
27, Shauna Porter (Twin Lakes Stars I 1996)
27, Wendi Willits (Oklahoma Flyers Red 1996)
27, Blair Waltz (KC Rebels 2000)
27, Caitlyn Wojahn (Northern Lites 2005)
27, Megan Carpenter (Colorado Flight Red 2009)
27, Alison Gorrell (Colorado Shining Stars I 2009)
27, Caley Shaffstall (Kansas Elite 2011)
27, Megan Roberts (Rocky Mountain Fever 17 2017)
27, Delani Fahey (Chanticleers 2017)
27, Taylor Johnson (MN-WI Force Wyse 2017)
2-POINT FG MADE: 16, Carissa Powell (SSC Cardinals 2014)
3-POINT FG MADE: 8, Mollie Mounsey (High Plains Storm 2014), Emily Glen (Colorado Thunder 2011)
FREE THROWS MADE: 16, Emilie Rembert (Legends Purple 2012)
TOP SCORING AVERAGES:
28.0, Laurie Koehn (Kansas Thunder Bolts 1999)
24.2, Taylor Robertson (Twin Lakes Stars 2017)
24.0, Blair Waltz (KC Rebels 2000, 3 games only)
23.2, Ashley Sweat (Kansas Prime Time 2004)
21.8, Ashley Sweat (Kansas Prime Time 2005)
21.6, Elizabeth Donohoe (Oklahoma Firestorm 2009)
20.5, Amanda Hughes (Colorado Triple Threat 2008)
20.5, Stacia Robertson (Nebraska Twisterz 2009)
20.4, Ashley Sweat (Kansas Prime Time 2003)
20.4, Ellie Herzberg (NW Iowa Stars 2012)
20.4, Shauneil Schwartz (Northern Lites 2012)
20.2, Taylor Robertson (Twin Lakes Stars 2016)
20.0, Andrea Lightfoot (Nebraska/Iowa Elite 2002)
19.4, Mikaela Shaw (Nebraska Twisterz 2012)
19.6, Wendi Willits (Oklahoma Flyers Red 1996)
19.5, Alison Gorrell (Colorado Shining Stars I 2009)
19.4, Deb Remmerde (NW Iowa Select 2002)
19.3, Casey Miller (Okla. Lady Vols Blue 2013)
19.3, Deb Remmerde (NW Iowa Select 2001)
19.4, Caley Shaffstall (Kansas Elite 2011)
18.8, Talisha Barlow (Minneapolis Lady Lakers 2006)
18.5, Kaylee Jensen (NEN Xtreme I)
18.4, Danielle Adams (KC Keys 2006)
18.3, KC Cowgill (Daubert Pinnacle Nebraska 1999)
18.2, Emily Akins (Missouri Valley Magic 2010)
18.2, Charlotte Dikeman (Kansas Driller 2002)
18.2, Tiff Reedy (NE Iowa Select 2000)
18.0, Ciara Duffy (South Dakota Heat 2013)
18.0, Shaeler Lund (Showtime Hoopers I 2013)
18.0, Dominque Rodriguez (Colo Swoosh Premier 2018)
2-POINT FG MADE: 61, Mikaela Shaw (Nebraska Twisterz 2012)
3-POINT FG MADE: 34, Lauri Koehn (Kansas Thunder Bolts 1999)
FREE THROWS MADE: 52, Stacia Robertson (Nebraska Twisterz 2009)
TOTAL POINTS SCORED:
224, Laurie Koehn (Kansas Thunder Bolts 1999)
174, Ashley Sweat (Kansas Prime Time 2005)
164, Stacia Robertson (Nebraska Twisterz 2009)
160, Andrea Lightfoot (Nebraska/Iowa Elite 2002)
155, Mikaela Shaw (Nebraska Twisterz 2012)
155, Caley Shaffstall (Kansas Elite 2011)
148, Kaylee Jensen (NEN Xtreme I 2013)
144, Ciara Duffy (South Dakota Heat 2013)
143, Jaleshia Roberson (MO Trailblazer Explorers 2006)
141, Sade Akindele (Colorado Thunder 2010)
139, Ashley Sweat (Kansas Prime Time 2004)
143, Ellie Herzberg (Northern Lites 2012)
132, Stacia Robertson (Nebraska Twisterz 2008)
131, Madison Braun (Bellevue Thunder 2012)
130, Kristi Woodard (Tournament Gold 2001)
129, Danielle Adams (KC Keys 2006)
129, Rachel Walters (Sioux Falls Warriors 2009)
129, Mercede Stotesbery (Sioux Falls Warriors 2010)
128, Rachel Walters (Sioux Falls Warriors 2010)
128, Angie Janis (Tournament Gold 2001)
128, Megan Mahoney (Black Hills Hoopsters 1999)
128, Shannon Schlagel (Dakota Blue 2000)
125, Ashley Mills (Oklahoma Mustangs I 2008)
124, JoAnn Hamlin (Kansas Dream Team 2004)
123, Tera Ingalsbe (Team Kansas 2009)
123, Kristin Rotert (South Dakota Elite 2006)
123, Jill Young (South Dakota Elite 2006)
123, Amanda Hughes (Colorado Triple Threat 2008)
122, Ashia Woods (AZ Lady Rebels I 2008)
122, Caton Hill (Kansas Belles 1997)
121, Taylor Robertson (Twin Lakes Stars 2017)
121, Tia MaGee (Oklahoma Federal Ballerz 2006)
117, Lindsay Thomas (Sioux Falls Riders 2001)
117, Alison Gorrell (Colorado Shining Stars I 2009)
120, Fallyn Freije (Northern Lites II 2013)
117, Kathryn Schell (Legends 2013)
116, Casey Miller (Okla. Lady Vols Blue 2013)
115, Kaylee Jensen (NEN Xtreme II 2012)
115, Ashley Eide (Sioux Falls Warriors 2008)
115, Mandy Kappel (Sioux Falls Riders 1999)
115, Renae Luecke (Sioux Falls Riders 2001)
115, Jordan Hooper (Team Runza 2009)
114, Dayna Finch (Kansas Thunder Bolts 1999)
113, Missy Pederson (MN North-Tartan White 1997)
112, Elena Flott (Twin Lakes Stars 2013)
111, Megan Mahoney (Sioux Falls Riders 2000)
111, Jennifer Vigil (Basketball At It’s Best 2011)
110, Kourteney Zadina (Nebraska Twisterz 2012)
110, Stacey Becker (Kansas Dream Team 1998)
110, Alison Janecek (Alegent Crusaders 2008)
MOST CAREER POINTS:
1. Ashley Sweat (Kansas Prime Time 2003-05) 456 pts.– 21 games
TEAMS FROM 27 STATES & CANADA HAVE COMPETED IN THE SHOWCASE. THE NUMBER OF CHAMPIONSHIPS WON BY EACH STATE DESIGNATED WITH AN *. 2008 CHAMPS MISSOURI VALLEY ECLIPSE HAD HALF KANSAS AND HALF MISSOURI PLAYERS, THEIR TITLE IS DESIGNATED ON BOTH STATES WITH AN #.
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