Posted On: 11/23/19 9:34 PM

One of the state’s top returning small school players, St. John’s/Tipton Catholic guard Lauryn Dubbert is gearing up for a big junior season for the Blue Jays.

A 5’7 guard, Dubbert is a fast paced guard who is exceptional at getting in the passing lanes, coming up with steals and pressuring the basketball. She can quickly turn defense into offense in transition and likes to shoot the 3-pointer.

“I also use my strength to my advantage around the basket finishing,” she says. “One of my underrated qualities is my passing ability and always seeing the open girl.”

A year ago, Dubbert helped St. John’s go 19-3 overall as the Blue Jays captured a regional championship and eventually finished second at sub-state, losing to Hanover who later placed second at the state tournament. Dubbert averaged 16 points, three assists, 3.5 steals per game and made 42 3-pointers.

She spent the offseason running with Wheat State Elite and says the experience helped her game grow and prepare her for the upcoming season.

“This was my first summer playing for Wheat State Elite and I couldn’t have been more pleased,” she

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