“Jillian has been on the roster for three years,” said Lynx coach Chad Schaa. “She’s been a conference player for the past three years and was named the All State Third Team,” Jillian has been our leader on and off the field. She works hard. She has done many hours of practice on her own to get to where she is today. Jillian led the conference in scoring and assists, and placed in the top five for steals and blocks shots. Shanks plans to continue his college and basketball career at the University of the Midlands.
McKenna Pettepier, senior, Lewis Central; Pettepier was the only returnee from the 2019-2020 finalist squad, so she knew she was going to be called upon for leadership. She didn’t disappoint as she led the team with 13.1 points per game, she led LC with six rebounds per fight and 2.6 assists as well. She also shot an impressive 40.4% from 3-point field.
Lauren Williams, junior, St. Albert. Williams was a player who contributed almost every stat for the Saintes. She averaged just under 10 points per game, 3.2 rebounds per game, 2.3 assists per game and was responsible for turnover for the Saintes with an average of 3.2 steals per game.
Lauren finished second on our team in scoring (behind Petry), ”said Wettengel. “She also ranked high in Hawkeye Ten for thefts.”
Baylie Girres, junior, Abraham Lincoln. Simply put, Girres could do a little bit of anything for the Lynx. Behind only Shanks, Girres finished second on the team with 10.3 per game, she finished second on the team in rebounding with an average of 6.2 per game, she also averaged 3.4 assists per game. , which was also second on the team. She led the team in blocks with an average of 1.5 per game.