MONDAY (JANUARY 11) NDHSAA Statistically Speaking


January 11, 2021 1:15 pm

By Tom Mix
NDHSAA Media Specialist

VALLEY CITY, N.D. – Each Monday NDHSAA Media Specialist Tom Mix posts several interesting stats relating to NDHSAA Activities (past and present) on the NDHSAA NOW website. Keep visiting each Monday and learn more about the education-based athletics and activities sponsored by the NDHSAA.

  • 5: Number of players Fargo Davies has in the Top 10 NDHSAA girls hockey scoring leaders list. Junior forward Morgan Sauvageau leads the state in scoring with 16 points (six goals and 10 assists). Junior Kylie Autrey is No. 2 on the state’s scoring leaders list with 14 points (eight goals and six assists). Josie Froslie (No. 5, 11 points), Taylor Klassen (No. 6, 10 points) and Kaia Johnson (No. 9, 9 points) also are in the Top 10.

  • 96.0: Save percentage by Fargo South/Shanley senior goaltender Zach Sandy who is 5-1 this season in between the pipes for the Bruins.

  • 18: Halftime deficit Bismarck High faced in its Western Dakota Conference boys basketball game against crosstown rival Bismarck Century on Tuesday, January 5. The Demons rallied for a big comeback in the second half and won the game 82-71. Bismarck High is 6-1 and is tied with Minot for first place in Western Dakota Association. The Demons defeated Minot 84-76 on January 8. It was the Magicians’ first loss of the season.

  • 36: Points scored by Northern Cass senior guard Jase Crockett in the Jaguars’ 62-54 Region 1 boys basketball victory over Maple Valley on January 8.

  • 8-0: Team dual record of the Valley City Hi-Liners. Valley City is 7-0 in Eastern Dakota Conference duals thus far and is coming off a 49-12 road victory against Fargo Davies on January 9. The Hi-Liners are defending East Region individual team tournament champions and also were 2020 regular season team dual champions.

  • 16: Number of 3-pointers made by the Oak Grove boys basketball team in the Grovers’ 73-69 win over Shiloh Christian. The Grovers’ 3-point shooting display broke a team record of 15 3-pointers in a game set by both the 2015-16 and 2010-11 teams. 

  • 822: Collegiate career point total at the University of Iowa for 2015 Bishop Ryan graduate Hannah Stewart. 

  • 24.5: Points per game scoring average this season by University of Jamestown sophomore Mason Walters. Walters, a 2019 graduate of Jamestown High School has scored 392 points for the Jimmies through 16 games and scored a season-high 38 points vs. Concordia (Neb.) on December 18, 2020.

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