Jasper girls collect season awardsMarch 6, 2020
From Herald Staff Reports
Claire Knies and Brooke Nottingham drove the Jasper train all season long. The senior duo helped the Wildcats back to .500 after some early season struggles, helping their team finish with a 12-12 record. Knies will be playing basketball next year at Bellarmine University (Ky.) and Nottingham became just the sixth player in Jasper girls history to score 1,000 career points. The two of them shared MVP honors Thursday at the Jasper girls basketball banquet.
MVPs — Claire Knies, Brooke Nottingham
Most Improved — Kendyl Ruhe
Mental Attitude Award — Ava Noblitt
Defense Award — Hannah Schwenk
Lady Wildcat Award — Izzy Blazey
Hustle Award — Lexie Jerger
Pat Summitt Award (Rebounding) — Claire Knies
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