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Season Summaries

Season

Overall
Record

GMC 
Record

GMC Place
(of 10)

City 
Rank
(D-1)

State
Rank
(D-1)

Tourney W/L

State Tourn Adv.

Coach

1997-98

13-9

11-5

T3

10

1-1

final 64

Andy Fishman

1998-99

7-15

5-11

7

1-1

final 64

Andy Fishman

1999-00

11-12

8-8

T4

2-1

final 64

Andy Fishman

2000-01

18-4

14-2

T1 (3 way)

4*

T13

1-1

final 64

Andy Fishman

2001-02

15-8

11-5

T4

9

2-1

final 32

Andy Fishman

2002-03

17-6

11-5

T2 (3 way)

5

2-1

final 32

Andy Fishman

2003-04

13-9

9-7

5

T12

1-1

final 64

Andy Fishman

2004-05

16-7

11-5

3

6

2-1

final 32

Andy Fishman

2005-06

19-5

11-3

3

4

3-1

final 16

Andy Fishman

2006-07

23-3

13-1

T1

2

4

5-1

final 8

Andy Fishman

2007-08

26-2

14-0

1

1

3

7-1

Runner-ups

Andy Fishman

2008-09

24-3

14-0

1

T2

5

6-1

final 4

Andy Fishman

2009-10

17-7

10-4

4

8

3-1

final 32

Andy Fishman

 2010-11

 10-11

 6-8

 7

 14

 –

 0-1

 initial 200

 Andy Fishman

 2011-12

 14-9

 7-7

 6

 11

 –

 2-1

 final 64

 Andy Fishman

2012-13

20-4

11-3

3

3

1-1

final 64

Andy Fishman

2013-14

22-6

10-4

3

3

    –

5-1

Final 8

Andy Fishman

2014-15

28-2

16-0

1

1

   1 **

8-0

Champs

Andy Fishman

2015-16

26-2

16-0

1

1

   3

5-1

Final 8

Andy Fishman

2016-17

24-3

15-1

T1

1

   2

4-1

Final 16

Andy Fishman

Final 16 or less =District Champions
Final 4 or less = Regional Champions
City Rank shown is from Enquirer coaches poll.
*West was #1 in the 2000-01 Cincinnati Post poll.
State Rank shown is from the Associated Press poll.
** plus final national ranking of 20th by ESPN  and 26th by USA Today. (best previous national ranking
was 25th in final 2007-08 USA Today poll)

Individual Records (updated through end of 2016-17 season) 

Points Game

41

Amber Gray

2006-07

Scott Co., Ky. (N)
Season Total

523

Amber Gray

2007-08

Season/Game

21.5

Amber Gray

2005-06

Career Total

1931

Amber Gray

2004-08

Career/Game

19.5

Amber Gray

2004-08

Rebounds Game

24

Cara Wright

1999-00

vs.Princeton (H)
Season Total

271

Amber Gray

2005-06

Season/Game

11.5

Cara Wright

1999-00

Career Total

925

Amber Gray

2004-08

Career/Game

11.2

Cara Wright

1999-01

Assists Game

10

Amber Gray

2005-06

Lakota East (H)
Season Total

87

Danielle Wells

2014-15

Season/Game

3.5

Allison Whitenack
Abby Prohaska

2005-06
2016-17

Career Total

268

Nia Staples

2012-16

Career/Game

2.6

Allison Whitenack

2004-08

Steals Game

10

Stephanie Comisar

2000-01 & 2002-03

vs.Aiken(N), Elyria (N)
Season Total

100

 Abby Prohaska

2014-15

Season/Game

2.7

Stephanie Comisar

2002-03

Career Total

237

Lauren Cannatelli

2011-15

Career/Game

2.5

Stephanie Comisar

1999-03

Blocked Shots Game

7

Arianne Whitaker

2014-15

vs. Alter (H)
Season Total

65

Arianne Whitaker

2013-14

Season/Game

2.5

Christy Erickson

1997-98

Career Total

141

Arianne Whitaker

2011-15

Career/Game

2.0

Arianne Whitaker

2011-15

Field Goal % Season(100 FGA Min.)

65.0

Cara Wright

2000-01

266 Attempts
Career (200 min)

62.1

Cara Wright

1999-01

731 Attempts
3pt. Season(45 FGA Min)

52.4

Lauren Cannatelli

2014-15

170 Attempts
3pt. Career (90 min)

39.3

Lauren Cannatelli

2011-15

646 Attempts
Free Throw % Season (45 FTA Min.)

93.6

Jessica Wiltshire

1997-98

47 Attempts
Career (90 FTA Min.)

83.7

Jessica Wiltshire

1994-98

92 Attempts
Consecutive Free Throws Made

18

Jessica Wiltshire
Summer Reeves

1997-98
2010-11

Field Goals Made

14

Arianne Whitaker

2013-14

3pt Field Goals Made

9

Lauren Cannatelli

2014-15

 

Team Records (updated through end of 2016-17 season) 

Game Most Points Scored

93

2006-07

vs. Milford (A), (93-33)
Fewest Points Allowed

10

2000-01

vs. Aiken @ Lakota East, (71-10)
Season Most Wins

28

2014-15

Most Consecutive Wins

31

2014-16

over two seasons
2014-15 & 2015-16
Fewest Losses

2

2007-08 & 2014-15

Best Winning PCT.

93.3

2014-15

(28-2)
Largest Avg. Win Margin, Pts./Gm.

29.2

2014-15

Per Game Averages
Most Points Scored

67.0

2006-07

Fewest Points Allowed

32.2

2000-01

Rebounds

37.2

2005-06

Assists

15.9

2006-07

Steals

14.3

2014-15

Blocked Shots

3.4

1997-98

Best Shooting Pct
Field Goal Pct

47.8

2014-15

734/1601
3pt. Field Goal Pct.

38.2

2014-15

 166/435
Free Throw Pct.

69.9

2015-16

 276/395

 

Career Leaders

LAKOTA WEST – TOP 10  (through end of 2016-17 season)

Scoring

Rebounds

1

Amber Gray 1931 2004-08

1

Amber Gray 925 2004-08

2

Lauren Cannatelli 1426 2011-15

2

Alexis Rogers 536 2006-09

3

Nia Staples 1270 2012-16

3

Arianne Whitaker 508 2011-2015

4

Alexis Rogers 1025 2006-09

4

Cara Wright 506 1999-01

5

Danielle Wells 861 2012-16

5

Kara Gostisha 491 2000-04

6

Lexi Wasan 787 2012-16

6

Andrea Carlberg 483 1998-02

7

Beth Erickson* 762 1995-98

7

Lexi Wassan 469 2012-16

8

Stephanie Comisar 755 1999-03

8

Abby Prohaska 435 2014-active

9

Cara Wright 731 1999-01

9

 Danielle Wells 426 2012-16

10

Kara Gostisha 720 2000-04

10

Nia Staples 400 2012-16

Assists

Steals

1

Nia Staples 268 2012-16

1

Lauren Cannatelli 237 2011-15

2

Amber Gray 230 2004-08

2

Danielle Wells 226 2012-16

3

Danielle Wells 221 2012-16

3

Nia Staples 206 2012-16

4

Lauren Cannatelli 204 2011-15

4

Stephanie Comisar 202 1999-03

5

Tessa Elkins 201 2005-09

5

Amber Gray 197 2004-08

6

Alison Whitenack 192 2004-08

6

Abby Prohaska 195 2014-active

7

Abby Prohaska 192 2014-active

7

Kara Gostisha 192 2000-04

8

Alexis Rogers 169 2006-09

8

Alexis Rogers 178 2006-09

9

Kara Gostisha 167 2000-04

9

Caitlin Dombart 167 2004-08

10

Caitlin Dombart 165 2004-08

10

Tessa Elkins 163 2005-09

Shot Blocks

Games Played

1

Arianne Whitaker 141 2011-15

1

 Lexi Wasan 110 2012-16

2

Amber Gray 130 2004-08

T2

 Danielle Wells 109 2012-16

3

Cara Wright 74 1999-01

T2

Nia Staples 109 2012-16

4

Christy Erickson 56 1997-98

4

Lauren Cannatelli 105 2011-15

5

Andrea Carlberg 39 2011-02

5

Christine
Laritz
103 2013-17

6

Stacie Lee 38 2004-04

6

Amber Gray 99 2004-08

7

Rachel Tomasic 31 2010-13

7

Tessa Elkins 98 2005-09

T8

Abby Prohaska 30 2014-active

8

Caitlin Dombart 96 2004-08

T8

Shana Fohl 30 2001-03

9

Quinessa Johnson 93 2004-08

10

Tessa Elkins 28 2005-09

10

Andrea Carlberg 90 1998-02
*For players starting at old Lakota the combined Lakota and Lakota West totals are shown.

 

Honors (through end of 2015-16 season)

All GMC

Season

Player

Team

1997-98

Beth Erickson 2nd Team

1998-99

No Selections

1999-00

Cara Wright
Lisa Hutzelman
2nd Team
Honorable Mention

2000-01

Cara Wright
Stephanie Comisar
1st Team
2nd Team

2001-02

Andrea Carlberg
Stephanie Comisar
1st Team
2nd Team

2002-03

Stephanie Comisar
Kara Gostisha
1st Team
2nd Team

2003-04

Kara Gostisha 1st Team

2004-05

Amber Gray
Lauren Dugan
1st Team
2nd Team

2005-06

Amber Gray
Lauren Dugan
1st Team, Player of the Year
2nd Team

2006-07

Amber Gray
Alexis Rogers
Tessa Elkins
1st Team, Player of the Year
1st Team
2nd Team

2007-08

Andy Fishman
Amber Gray
Alexis Rogers
Tessa Elkins
Quinessa Johnson
Coach of the Year
1st Team, Player of the Year
1st Team
2nd Team
2nd Team

2008-09

Andy Fishman
Alexis Rogers
Tessa Elkins
Brittany Harriel
Coach of the Year
1st Team, Player of the Year
1st Team
2nd Team

2009-10

Kindsey Brandt
Ronni Grandison
1st Team
2nd Team

2010-11

Ronni Grandison 2nd Team

2011-12

Ali Zieverink
Lauren Cannatelli
2nd Team
2nd Team

2012-13

Lauren Cannatelli
Nia Staples
1st Team
2nd Team

2013-14

Lauren Cannatelli
Nia Staples
Arianne Whitaker
Danielle Wells
1st Team
1st Team
1st Team
2nd Team

2014-15

Andy Fishman
Lauren Cannatelli
Arianne Whitaker
Nia Staples
Danielle Wells
Lexi Wasan
Abby Prohaska
Coach of the Year
1st Team, Player of the Year
1st Team
1st Team
1st Team
2nd Team
2nd Team

2015-16

Andy Fishman
Nia Staples
Danielle Wells
Lexi Wasan
Abby Prohaska
Coach of the Year
1st Team, Player of the Year
1st Team
1st Team
2nd Team

2016-17

Abby Prohaska
Sarah Jones
Madisyn Oxley
1st Team
1st Team
2nd Team
Note: All honors are by coaches vote. The Athlete of the Year Award was introduced beginning in 2002.
Honors allocation over the years–
1998 thru 2001…………. 5 First Team…. 5 Second Team…. 5 Honorable Mention
2002 thru 2010…………. 9 First Team…. 8 Second Team…. (Honorable Mention discontinued)
2011 thru present…….. 10 First Team…. 10 Second Team

All State

Season

Player Team
2001 Cara Wright Honorable Mention
2003 Stephanie Comisar Honorable Mention
2005 Amber Gray Honorable Mention
2006 Amber Gray Third Team
2007 Amber Gray First Team
2008 Amber Gray
Alexis Rogers
First Team, Miss Ohio Basketball*
Honorable Mention
2009 Alexis Rogers Special Mention
2015 Lauren Cannatelli
Arianne Whitaker
First Team, Ohio D-1 Tri-POY*                          Honorable Mention
2016 Nia Staples
Lexi Wasan
First Team, Ohio D-1 Co-POY*                         Honorable Mention
2017 Abby Prohaska First Team
Voted by a state media panel for the Associated Press. Six to ten players are selected to the first team, five or six to the second team, and five or six to the third team. Fifteen (approx.) more receive special mention and another 40 (approx.) receive honorable mention. There are between 190 and 200 division 1 teams in Ohio.
*After state players of the year (POY) are selected in each of the four divisions one player is judged the best of the best irrespective of division and awarded the title Miss Ohio Basketball.

 

All American

2008

Amber Gray McDonalds *
Nike First Team **
Parade First Team ***
* Twenty to Twenty-Four senior players chosen by a panel of experts to participate in the McDonalds National All-Star Game. This team has been chosen annually since 2002, and is the most widely publisized. The resulting All-Star game is televised.
** Twenty senior players chosen for the first team and twenty for the second team are selected by a committee of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association. This All American team has been chosen annually since 1992. Those selected to the first team play in a national all star game.
***Only ten players chosen to the first team and selections are not limited to seniors. Parade Magazine has named girls All American teams since 1976.

 

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