WWMT in Kalamazoo has some highlight footage of the matchup this week between Loy Norrix and Detroit Community. The game featured the matchup of two of the frontrunners for the Michigan Miss Basketball title this year, Loy Norrix's Cetera Washington and Detroit Community's Keisha Mosley. Mosley was the key for Loy Norrix, and they all but shut her down. Mosley finished with six points. But as has happened all season when teams collapse on Mosley, sophomore Nya Jordan went off for 20 points to replace Mosley's scoring punch. Detroit Community won the game 48-41 at Loy Norrix.
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Clark profile up
We have prepared the player profile for Purdue 2007 recruit Michelle Clark, including her 2006-07 season schedule for those in the southern California area looking to catch games this year.
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Big Ten Recruiting
Minnesota has new commitments from three 2008 players. Jackie Voigt, a 6'1 forward from Park Cottage Grove (MN), averaged 14.9 points and 6.9 rebounds as a sophomore. She has a very respectable perimeter shot and is fundamentally sound in a variety of areas. Minnesota also received commitments from junior sisters Nicole and Brianna Mastey of Becker, Minn. Brianna, a 6'1 small forward, averaged 18 points as a sophomore and led Minnesota Class 3A in rebounding at 13.5 rebounds per game. Nicole, also 6'1 but more of a post player, averaged 7 points and 5 rebounds per game as a sophomore. the two sisters also considered Iowa, Drake and North Dakota. Minnesota now leads the Big Ten in commitments for the class of 2008.
Northwestern is slowly putting together a wonderful class. The Wildcats just received a commitment from 6'2 center Savannah Stedman of Brandon High in Ortonville, Mich. Stedman just needs to average 10 points for the remainder of her senior regular season to surpass the 1,000-point career mark. The Detroit Free Press ranks her as the 26th-best senior in Michigan. She carries a 3.8 GPA and is a strong rebounder. And it gets better for the Wildcats. Former Syracuse guard Jenny Eckhart has decided to transfer to Northwestern. She will be eligible for the 2007-08 season. Originally from Libertyville, Ill., Eckhart started all of her games as a freshman last season at Syracuse, averaging 9.9 points, 2.6 rebounds and 2.9 assists while averaging 37.63 minutes per game (second in the Big East). And to top it off, there are rumors that 6'5 New Trier senior center Amy Jaeschke might be giving Northwestern good news in the near future. Jaeschke has Northwestern in her final four schools, and just a week ago visited campus. Jaeschke and Eckhart have the ability to dramatically raise the level of play at Northwestern.
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