MN GBB: First Cut List Miss Basketball 2020 & MGBCA Hall of Fame

Here is the First Cut list for Miss Minnesota Basketball 2020 and our 2020 inductees for the MGBCA Hall of Fame. We will
publish our finalists on Sunday, March 15 after our State Tournaments and announce our winner at the All-Star Banquet in
Northfield on Friday, April 3. There is a banquet Saturday, April 4 at 10 AM in Northfield before the All Star games at Carleton
College at 1 and 3 PM.

First Cut List

Mallory Brake- Hastings
Lindsey Becher- Mounds View
Paige Bueckers- Hopkins
Gus Boyer- Waseca
Mia Curtis- Minnehaha Academy
Ysareia Chevre- Simley
Sarah Conlon- St. Peter
Tiwaah Danso- Simley
Lauren Frost- Park Center
Ella Grove- Alexandria
Annie Guentzel- Lakeville South
Shaily Hakamaki- Cromwell-Wright
Taya Hakamaki- Cromwell-Wright
Ava Hill- Mesabi East
Ella Janicki- White Bear Lake
Taylor Janssen- Rosemount
Halle Jansen- Eden Valley-Watkins
Lauren Jensen- Lakeville North
Aliza Karlen- Stillwater
Grace Kirk- Duluth Marshall
Mackenzie Kramer- St. Michael-Albertville
Natalie Mazurek- Eden Prairie
Carla Meyer- Totino-Grace
Nevaeh Moeschter- Cretin-Derham Hall
Molly Mogensen- Farmington
Karley Motschenbacher- Park Christian
Kyli Nelson- Red Wing
Anna Olson- Monticello
Tori Peschel- Sauk Centre
Nneka Obiazor- Eden Prairie
Sam Pogatchnik- Proctor
Kirstin Robbins- Heritage Christian
Emily Russo- New Prague
Abby Schulte- Maple Grove
Sydney Stensgard- Simley
Annika Stewart- Wayzata
Paige Thompson- Hawley
Zhane Thompson- Burnsville
Alyssa Ustby- Rochester Lourdes
Carley West- Woodbury

2020 Hall of Fame Inductees
Jill Becken,  Centennial, Forest Lake
Jeff McCarron,  Minnesota Basketball News
Josh Thurow, Minnehaha Academy
Dan Westby, Marshall

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