Posted On: 02/7/20 11:17 AM

ELK RIVER-- Prep Girls Hoops Minnesota was in Elk River last night for their 15th win of the season over the Centennial Cougars (17-5). Elk River was lighting it UP especially from deep late in the first half and came away with a solid lead going into halftime. The Cougars almost rallied back, but just didn't have enough time on the clock to close the deal. Here are my five takeaways from this Northwest Suburban battle.

 Herzig is a Promising 2022 Guard

Hannah Herzig (#57, 2022) had a consistent game against the Elks last night. The younger sister of Hailey Herzig possessed some solid shots from outside and was also effective getting the to the bucket and getting fouled and going to the line. On the year, she's averaging about 9 points per game but she's risen her stock over her last three games as she's averaged 12 points per game including a 17 point game against the Blaine Bengals.

We Had a Post Battle Last Night

Johanna Langbehn (#42, 2021) vs. Jenna Guyer was a battle of forwards last night you didn't want to miss. If I could describe Langbehn's post play in one word

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