Posted On: 02/16/19 2:59 PM

Olivia Lane of Pequot Lakes has long been an outstanding player as evidenced by her early commitment to the University of North Dakota. What’s impressive about the 6’2 post is how much she continues to get better. That incremental improvement has been recognized in the updated Prep Girls Hoops Class of 2019 rankings where the senior has moved up three places to #11. Lane is averaging 25 points and 14 rebounds per game this season, has 29 blocked shots and is shooting at better than 55 percent. On Feb. 2 she needed just 7 points to beat her school’s career-scoring record of 2,174. She had 30, a number she has reached 8 times this season. Against Minneapolis North the week before, Olivia had 41 points and 18 rebounds. In other words the McDonald’s All America nominee is killing it this year, and UND Coach Travis Brewster is getting a much better player than the one he recruited two years ago.

Macy Guebert of Eastview is committed to South Dakota. (Photo courtesy USD Athletics)

The other big mover at the top of the 2019 list is Eastview guard Macy Guebert, who

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