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2016-17 GIRLS BASKETBALL PHOTO SHOOT REGISTRATION FORM 2016-17 GIRLS BASKETBALL PHOTO SHOOT REGISTRATION FORM 2016-17 GIRLS BASKETBALL PHOTO SHOOT REGISTRATIO www.BreakdownSportsUSA.com
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# of extra books Breakdown Sports Media, PO Box 10, Clear Lake, MN 55319 / fax: 612.454.1440
Choose a date:
July 1, 2016
July 17, 2016
July 24, 2016
Aug. 21, 2016
Aug. 28, 2016
Sept. 4, 2016
Sept. 5, 2016
1 book and calendar
Congratulations! you are invited to the Breakdown’s 2016-17 photo shoots
Special photo shoot o�er! All players invited to the photo shoot get a great deal on our book and a special 2016-17 MN basketball calendar. This deal is available only at the photo shoots! It’s just $44.99 for the combination and just $44.99 for each additional book (both prices include shipping and handling. Note: We sold out last season, so get one for all your relatives today!
Seven great dates! 12 to 4 p.m., July 1, 2016 at Sauk Rapids High School 12 to 3 p.m., July 17, 2016 at Maple Grove Jr. High School 12 to 4 p.m., July 24, 2016 at Hopkins High School 12 to 3 p.m., Aug. 21, 2016 at Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton Middle School 4 to 7 p.m., Aug. 28, 2016 at St. Cloud Apollo High School (two professional photographers at this location!) 3 to 6 p.m., Sept. 4, 2016 at Mars Lakeview Arena in Duluth 12 to 4 p.m., Sept. 5, 2016 at 43 Hoops Facility in Hopkins (two professional photographers at this location!)
The Breakdown would like to congratulate you on being selected to be featured among the best girls’ basketball players in the state in the 2016-17 Breakdown girls’ basketball preview. Only the best players at each grade level from across the state were selected to attend the photo shoots, which are scheduled for several convenient dates and times.
Again this year, the ENTIRE BOOK will be in full color! Yes, you read that correctly! All
your friends and opponents will be featured in FULL COLOR!!!
Register online: Please visit our website at https://breakdownsportsusa.sportngin.com/
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Schedule and information How were you selected? The Breakdown has a panel that consists of members all across Minnesota. At the conclusion of the season, our sta� submits its picks of players worthy to be considered among the best in the state and from that list, a group of �nalists is selected for this honor.
How does it work? In order to accommodate a large group of top players (and to avoid unnecessary wait times), we have spread both photo shoots out over a several-hour period. Please feel free to come at any point during the shoot, but be advised that the �rst hour is usually the busiest.
• Please bring your full HOME uniform, including shoes and socks • professional studio photographers are present • individual, group and combination photos will be taken • individual information, including a biography and Q and A form, will be used in the Breakdown book • once you arrive, the photo shoot should be completed within 30 minutes
Can't make it to any of the dates? You can still be in the book and receive the same special deal! Just �ll out the registration form while selecting “Cannot attend any date,” complete the Q and A and pro�le form and email a photo.
Questions? Please contact Tony Cauley by phone at 320-333-6340 or email at
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CLASS AAAA TOP PLAYERS
Genevae Adkins, CHAMPLIN PARK Stats PPG RPG APG SPG 2012-13 8.0 5.0 5.0
MEASURABLES: 5’6, Sr., G Q: Give me a short scouting report on yourself as a player. What are your strengths? I have great leadership when I step on and off court. My defense is always key in games. I am a good distributor. Q: Can you tell us one unusual thing about yourself that others may not know? I can sing. No, really, I can. Q: What is the best part of playing high school basketball and why? I love the feeling I have being on the court. Shutting down players because of my defense! Q: Tell me about the outlook for your team this year. What are the strengths of your team? I am super excited for this year. We have a new coach and I think he will be a good leader for our Lady Rebels. Q: What other activities are you involved in? DECA. Q: What type of college would you like to attend? I want to go to a school that allows me to play basketball and get a good education.
Alexis Alexander, CHAMPLIN PARK Stats PPG RPG APG SPG 2012-13 11.5 5 5
MEASURABLES: 5’7, Sr., PG
ALL-BREAKDOWN: Super 50 seniors
COLLEGE: South Dakota State
SCOUTING REPORT: Solid all around point guard who makes teammates better and is strong with the ball. Shows off her athleticism on defense by
Q: Give me a short scouting report on yourself as a player. What are your strengths? PG with great ball skills. I look to push the ball up the court and get others involved. I can knock down the outside shot as well as attack the basket. I am a good on-ball defender. Q: Can you tell us one unusual thing about yourself that others may not know? I love my dads homemade chocolate chip cookies! Q: What is the best part of playing high school basketball and why? Playing with and in front of kids I go to school with. Q: Tell me about the outlook for your team this year. What are the strengths of your team? We have a new coach this year. I think we will have a
of the conference. Many of us have played together since the 9th grade plus we have some freshman that should come in and have an immediate impact. I think our strength will be our athleticism. Other teams may underestimate that part of our team. Q: What other activities are you involved in? Only basketball this year. Q: What type of college would you like to attend? I will be playing basketball at South Dakota State University.
Jordyn Alt, CRETIN-DERHAM HALL Stats PPG RPG APG SPG 2012-13 15 8
MEASURABLES: 6’2, Sr., F/C
ALL-BREAKDOWN: Super 50 seniors
COLLEGE: Denver SCOUTING REPORT:
“Jordyn Alt will be a four year varsity starter playing for- ward and center position at Cretin- Derham Hall. She versatile post that can play around the perimeter and post up. Jordyn verbally committed to Denver University this summer to play women’s basketball.” — CDH coach Jodi Loeblein-Lecker
Q: Give me a short scouting report on yourself as a player. What are your strengths? My strengths in basketball are my rebounding and offensive abilities. I am able to play inside or outside the lane. Q: Can you tell us one unusual thing about yourself that others may not know? One unusual thing about me is that I come from a family of seven, I have four siblings who are my best friends. Q: What is the best part of playing high school basketball and why? I love playing high school basketball because it is a great oppurtunity to play the sport I love with all of my friends. My teammates have become like family to me over the years. Q: Tell me about the outlook for your team this year. What are the strengths of your team? I believe our team will show great improvements this year.
have many returning seniors and a returning coach. We have all worked hard this summer and I expect great things to come! Q: What other activities are you involved in? I am a part of many clubs at Cretin-Derham Hall. Some examples include the PFP group which mentors younger students and the Friendship Club which gives mentally challenged youth a place to meet their community and participate in a variety of fun activities. Q: What type of college would you like to attend? I will be attending the University of Denver.
Mia Anderson, DULUTH EAST Stats PPG RPG APG SPG 2012-13 12.8 5.6 3.0
MEASURABLES: 5’10, Sr., G/F
SCOUTING REPORT: Anderson was named the team’s Offensive Player of the Year last winter
varsity letterwinner. “Mia Anderson is a tough matchup for a lot teams. She is strong enough to post up but has great ability of the dribble to go the hoop. Mia is also deadly from 3 point range. She
— East coach Joaquim Harris
Q: Give me a short scouting report on yourself as a player. What are your strengths? This will be
school season. My ability to drive to the basket is my key asset, not many can stop my penetration. I can shoot well from both mid-range and three point. My passing ability is on point. I have a good sense
offensive set. I’ve been one of the top rebounders and defensive player my entire career. Q: Can you tell us one unusual thing about yourself that others may not know? My nickname my parents gave me when I was a little girl is “Moo- Moo” and now other people sometimes call me it too. It used to bother me that people knew, but now
I love it. Q: What is the best part of playing high school basketball and why? The sch