returns back to the Raptors for her junior season after finishing last year with a 19-5 overall record, while going 8-1 in conference. The quick, athletic PG is a dynamic scorer on all three levels averaging 14.1 PPG last winter. Being ranked #4 out of sophomores in overall scoring for 2A last season. Along with scoring, Stowater averaged 3.6 RPG, and 4.3 APG. Ranking her #2 in 2A in assists. Ridge View will return 3 starters for the 22′-23′ season in looks to win a conference championship. If Madison and some of the young talent on this roster can come together quickly, they will be a recking ball once playoffs begin.
Addie Rhoades dominated her competition last season in all facets of the game. She averaged 13.8 PPG on 38.2% shooting, along with 9.8 RPG. Scoring in bunches, while staying aggressive on the glass on both ends, Rhoades almost averaged as many offensive rebounds as defensive on the year. Playing the position, more of a forward, the hustle and hard work, while being able to stick with the play combines to create a lot of potential in Addie’s future. The now, sophomore, will have the goal to lead her team to a winning record after finishing 7-15 overall last season and with the group that they have coming back, it should be a good outcome.
joins back up with an experienced Nodaway Valley Wolverines team this upcoming season in search of having another successful run. Before having a great 2022 AAU summer, Lindsey was stuffing the stat sheet for Nodaway Valley High School, averaging 15.8 PPG on 39.4% shooting, and 75% from the free throw line. Lindsey’s play making, and ability to shoot the basketball ranks her top in the state for almost every category in 2A during the 21′-22′ season. After being the second leading scorer on her team this past year, she will look to build on last season’s success and take over for a team that finished 12-1 in conference, and 20-4 overall. Eventually losing to Panorama High School who would later become state champions.
Amelia Klenk is a fast PG with quick hands, fast feet, good vision, and an astonishing sense of the game. All while being a great leader. Someone I would describe as a pass first guard, Klerk would much rather get her teammates involved than score herself. Almost to a fault in my opinion. Averaging 2.7 APG, and grabbing 69 steals in 22 games, she is a definitely going to be seeing a lot more interest from colleges as the 22′-23′ high school season unfolds. Being able to spread the floor and control the tempo of the game, she is a player that can fit into any system and get done exactly what is being asked by the coaching staff. The biggest addition to her game will be the ability to score the ball at will, with only registering 49 points total last season, Amelia will look to keep adding to her game on all levels.