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Heritage Hills Junior Abby Wahl has scored 544 points according to Maxpreps  in her first two years I believe the school record for career points is 854 by Pam Mulzer so Abby has a chance to break the school record her Junior year and become a 1000 point scorer her Senior year.

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According to Max Preps Wahl is up to 633 points if she can stay healthy she has a chance to not only take the HH girls record but a outside shot at the school record and Tim Denning's  1320 points .

Last Tuesday she was held in check for the first time this season and limited to 5 shots and 4 points by a very good Evansville North team.

She bounced back with 26 points a few days later  against Harrison.

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Patriots had a tough loss to Washington yesterday got oustscored 16-0 in the 3rd quarter and that was the difference in a 11 point loss. Abby scored 17 points to move to 810 points 40 shy from tying the school record.

She already broke school record for points in a game and should have career points and season points records also by end of season and most likey single season scoring average also  all before Senior season . And career scoring average will likely come next year.  

Question can she pass Denning for school record for Boys or Girls and she has a outside shot at Roger Kaiser from Dale wjho has the North Spencer record 1549.

 

Barring injury she still has at least 33 games in her career depending on number of sectional games played.

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I was wrong about the old school record it was actually 899 by Daniele Lagrange  but Wahl broke that a few games back she's now at  983  so has a shot at 1000 in sectionals.

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Wahl now has 1025 points entering her Senior season so she has a shot to pass Tim Denning    1320 points and become the all-time leading scorer male or female in school history.

Also Roger Kaiser   pre-consolidation  North Spencer record of   1549 points is possible as well.
 

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Abby passed Tim Denning  Thursday at South Spencer, She now has 1330 points and the schools all-time leading scorer male or female.

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Northridge HS (Middlebury Indiana) Junior - Morgan Litwiller will be joining Abby Wahl at Eastern Illinois after she graduates high school next year.  She is on track to compete for Northridge's all time scoring record next year (Senior Brooke McKinley is our current leader).  Morgan averaged just under 18 points a game this year (446 points I believe) and should be even higher for her senior year with the departure of McKinley.  Morgan led the Northern Lakes Conference and Elkhart County in scoring this year.

EIU will have some really good Hoosiers on their team and I look forward to following them at the next level.

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