Posted On: 06/23/22 8:14 AM

The featured image is of Sophia Johnson Sophia Johnson 6'0" | SF Evansville Memorial | 2024 State IN (2024) of Evansville’s Reitz Memorial High School.

The IHSAA recently released updated enrollment numbers and Sectional assignments for the 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 girls’ basketball seasons. As we enter the middle of June and school teams are in full swing with open gyms, shootouts, and local league games, I wanted to have a little fun and spend some time on a way too early look at potentially the top five teams in each enrollment classification, as it relates to the 2022-2023 season. A lot of this is more dependent on returnees than newcomers, but here is a look at how I think Class 3A could stack up once the high school season rolls around in November.


1. Twin Lakes (19-6 in 2021-2022)
Twin Lakes has steadily increased its win total each of the last four seasons, and they have a great chance at topping 20 wins in 2022-2023. With one of the best backcourts in the state, let alone in Class 3A, the Indians look to control tempo each time out. 5-6 Junior guard  Olivia Nickerson Olivia Nickerson 5'6" | SG Twin Lakes | 2024 State IN (18.3p, 4.9r, 2.6a, 2.2s, 89 made 3-pointers) has already

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