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The Raiderettes recently ended their season with a loss to Central Decatur and a record of 15-7.
The Mount Ayr girls averaged 60 points per game and scored a total of 1,321 points, sinking 40.6 percent of their shots, including 59 threes.
The girls recorded 329 assists, 334 steals and 39 blocks, while committing 373 turnovers themselves.
Rebounding, the girls recorded 33.1 per game and had 729 total rebounds, getting most of them on the defensive side of the ball, coming in at 406.
They outscored their opponents this year, allowing only 1,064 total points, winning their games by an average of 11.5 points per game.
The Raiderettes did most of their scoring in the second quarter, putting up 347 total.
The leading scorer for the Raiderettes this season was Sam Stewart who scored 448 total points this year, averaging 20.4 per game. Stewart also had the best percentage of the team at 48.8 percent of her shots going in.
Stewart also led the team in steals, with 118, along with the team high in assists at 87.
Rachel Sobotka led the team in blocks with 16, and also recorded 24 assists and 23 steals. Sobotka spent much of her time under the bucket and came away with 176 rebounds, averaging eight per game. She was able to snag 109 defensive rebounds this season and 67 on the offensive side of the ball.
The only Raiderette senior this year, Keirston Klommhaus, brought leadership to the young team along with 10.6 points per game and 234 points, the second most of the Raiderettes.
Klommhaus made 45.9 percent of the shots she took and was 56-of-94 at the free throw line. She had 51 assists, 47 steals and three blocks and came away with 124 total rebounds this year, averaging 5.6 per game.
Through her career, Klommhaus recorded 583 points, with her most coming out of her junior campaign, in which she scored 272 points that year.