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Big 7 Team and Individual Statistics Through 2022 Games
By Jared Sleppy
Copyright: MSC Sports

With the 2022 portion of the girls’ basketball schedule complete, teams from the Big 7 have only played six games, so it’s a little tough to determine who will win the league just yet.

However, some teams and players have played well so far. Riverside has been a big surprise as they were projected to finish sixth in the 2022-23 Courtside Guide magazine. They are sitting tied for first place at 4-0 in Big 7 play with a perfect 6-0 regular season so far. Nemaha Central was projected to win the league and are tied with Riverside with identical league and overall records.

Sabetha is in solo third at 2-2 in Big 7 play so far and are also at .500 for their overall record at 3-3. The Bluejays were projected fourth.

Jeff West is a half game back of Sabetha in fourth place at 2-3 in the league with a 2-4 overall record. Perry Lecompton, like Sabetha, is 3-3 overall. However, they are fifth in the Big 7 with a 1-2 league record tied with Hiawatha, who is also 3-3.

Holton is hoping for the 2023 portion of the season to be more kind as the seventh place Wildcats are 1-3 in league play and 2-4 overall. Royal Valley is a half game back of Holton at 1-4 in Big 7 play and 1-5 overall.

The hype around Riverside superstar Taylor Weishaar is real as she leads the league in scoring with 19.2 points per game so far. She averages a double-double per game with 11.0 rebounds per game which also leads the Big 7. Kennedy Bryan of Royal Valley is second in points per game at 16.5 with Hiawatha’s Darcy Lierz rounding out the top three scoring 16.3 points per game. Lierz also leads the Big 7 in steals per game (5.0) and three-point field goal percentage (44.0%).

Here are more stats from the first six games of the regular season:

Individual Stats

Team Stats


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