2004: Natasha Bogdanova
Charlotte Christian ran out to an 18-2 lead in the first quarter and cruised to a 62-21 win over North Lincoln on Friday. Bogdanova was part of a balanced attack as one of three players with game-highs of 12 points.
2004: Tyeisha Jackson
The hope to have bragging rights on a statewide level depends on a team's ability to beat the power teams in their home area. Woodlands is rated as the Houston area No. 1 team, while Westfield has had to sit at No. 2. The two teams met on Thursday. Houston now has a new No. 1 team.
Tye Jackson had 18 points, 10 steals and five assists in the 86-61 win over Woodlands. Westfield (12-4) was led by Texas A&M signee Ashley Bolden's 23 points. For the game, Westfield had 30 steals and led by as many as 31 points late.
2004: Brina Pollack
Marlboro (NJ) had only four players score in a 49-28 blowout loss courtesy of the team that beat them in the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions final game last year, Malcolm X Shabazz. Brina Pollack finished with eight points, one behind team scoring leader Jenna Gatto.
Tough defense from Shabazz led to a miserable 8-of-41 shooting performance. Shabazz ran out to a 12-0 start while Marlboro missed their first seven shots. The run was ended by four quick points by Pollack.
Marlboro is 1-1 on the season. They opened the year with a 55-33 win over Howell. Pollack again had eight points.
2004: Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton
Another triple-double for Lindsay on Friday in a 49-47 overtime win over Waubonsie Valley. The triple threat was again points (21), rebounds (11) and steals (10). Three more assists would have landed her a quadruple-double.
Against Naperville North earlier last week she had a triple-double with 21 points, 15 rebounds and 11 steals (tying her school record) and six assists.
She has more than 1,400 points, 900 rebounds, 500 steals and 400 blocks for her career.