Posted On: 02/7/20 2:38 AM

With the season starting to enter the final turn, teams are ideally rounding into form and separating within their region and district races. With opportunities for teams to earn season-defining and momentum-building wins on a nightly basis, opportunities arise for individuals to make their marks on the season. 

Here are the top players from last week:

Julia Fitterer, Bismarck Century

The Patriots have more depth and skill than just about any team in the state and because of that, individual numbers are suppressed. Julia Fitterer is one of those players who is good enough to put up bigger numbers than she does but isn’t required to dominate consistently. She was excellent last week, scoring 21 points and grabbing eight rebounds in the Patriots win over Dickinson. She added 19 points, eight rebounds and four assists in a blowout win over Turtle Mountain. 

Kendra Prouty, St. John

Prouty is one of the toughest covers in Class B North Dakota and has been a driving force in St. John’s strong season. She was terrific last week, leading the Woodchucks to a pair of wins. The 5-foot-10 junior forward scored 22 points, grabbed 14 rebounds,

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