Other than two foreign exchange students, the Fillmore Central girls basketball program will graduate one senior, Jordan O'Connor. The two exchange students who played just this year are Nargiza Kanybek and Wiebke Buechsenchuetz.

With that in mind, the final Fillmore Central girls basketball stats are going to be dominated by underclassmen.

Sophomore Morgan Malley led the team in scoring, averaging 14.56 points/game over the course of the 27 games this past season. The lone senior, Jordan O'Connor, was second on the scoring list, averaging 8.50 ppg. Sophomore Leah Scheevel topped two lists, rebounds (5.56 rpg) and steals (56 total). The assist leader this past year was eighth grader Kenzie Broadwater with 48.

Morgan Malley led the team in all of the shooting categories; field goal shooting, hitting 37.22 percent of her shots, 131 of 352; three-point shots, hitting 55 of 158,34.81 percent, and from the charity stripe, connecting on 47 of 73 shots for a 64.38 percent accuracy. Eighth grader Kendyl Bennett hit 70.59 percent of her field goals, but was limited in her shots and in her playing time; but definitely a good sign for the future of girls basketball at Fillmore Central.

Here are the stat leaders in each of the categories...top five, or so....

Scoring (points, games, avg.)...Morgan Malley (364, 25, 14.56), Jordan O'Connor (221, 26, 8.50), Leah Scheevel (134, 27, 4.96), Kaitlynn Aug (115, 27, 4.26) and Sammi Bakke (89, 21, 4.24).

Rebounds...Scheevel (150, 27, 5.56), Bakke (103, 21, 4.90), Malley 98, 25, 3.92), Aug (94, 27, 3.48) and O'Connor (79, 26, 3.04).

Steals (total)...Scheevel (56), Kenzie Broadwater (42), Malley (40), O'Connor (39) and Larissa Armstrong (23).

Assists (total)...Broadwater (48), Malley (37), O'Connor (18), Scheevel (18), Bakke (12), and Aug (12).

Field goal shooting (20 or more shots)...Malley (131/352, 37.22 percent), Bakke (41/111, 36.94 percent), Scheevel (53/144, 36.81 percent), Aug (52/142, 36.62 percent) and O'Connor (85/250, 34.00 percent).

Free throw shooting...only two players were above 50 percent; Malley (47/73, 64.38 percent) and Shelby Ebner (2/2, 100.00 percent).

Three-pointers(total)...Malley (55), O'Connor (17).

The Lady Falcons went 1-1 in the sub-section tournament, bowing out to Rushford-Peterson in the quarter-finals. The gals finished the season with an overall record of 7-20: 5-15 in the Three Rivers Conference and 6-19 on the regular season.