Posted On: 03/20/17 4:00 AM

High Five

Tori Andrew, Orono (not Osseo as previously reported here, sorry about that), 5-10, senior, wing (Yale)

Other than Kiley Borowicz, Andrew was the tournament’s top “scorer.” (OK, Paige Bueckers outscored her but I don’t think of Bueckers as a “scorer.”) In each of Osseo’s 3 wins, there was never any doubt that Andrew could and would score just as many points as needed to get the win. It turned out that 66 points was enough. It could have been more. She made 12-of-28 3s, and she was plenty strong to score inside almost at will, too.

Kiley Borowicz, Roseau, 5-9, senior, wing

Led the tournament in scoring for the 2nd time, though her output was down from 111 last year to 89 this year. But, that’s a function of a 43 point finale last year (for 3rd place) versus a 20 point finale and a state championship this year. That’s probably a trade off the Rams are happy to make. But, seriously, those 20 points came against Sauk Centre and Maesyn Thiesen, who proved herself to be an awesome defensive player across 3 state tournament games. I won’t even go into Borowicz lack of D1 offers again. We’ve

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