Knies, Nottingham named Big Eight All-ConferenceFebruary 12, 2020
From Herald Staff Reports
Jasper's dynamic senior duo is representing the team in the last-ever All-Big Eight Conference standings.
Claire Knies and Brooke Nottingham led Jasper to a 12-12 record this season. The Wildcats started off 0-3 in the conference before bouncing back to win their final two games in Big Eight play. Knies averaged 16.6 points in the five conference games she played in this season, pulling down 7.2 boards, generating 1.2 blocks and getting three steals a game. She also had an average of 2.2 assists and finished dropped 12.7 points a game her entire senior season.
Nottingham averaged 14 points in conference play, adding 2.4 rebounds and 2.6 steals. She also had an average of 2.6 assists per game. She averaged 13.5 points per game in her final season, and became the sixth player in the history of Jasper girls basketball to score her 1,000th career point.
Claire Knies — Jasper
Brooke Nottingham — Jasper
Darrian Carmean — Vincennes Lincoln
Maycee Lange — Vincennes Lincoln
Alaysha Brandenberger — Boonville
Ramey Wilder — Boonville
Kencia Levasseur — Washington
Hannah Sisk — Princeton
Brooke Jackson — Mt. Vernon
Vincennes Lincoln 5-0
Mt. Vernon 1-4
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