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Record breakers

Girls basketball team racks up 22-win season

David Pressgrove

After Saturday’s 58-46 win against Steamboat Springs, the 2004-05 team added another record with 22 wins in a season. This year’s Bulldogs have 22 records to their credit.

Following are the records (record broken this season, former record, new record):

Highest season winning percentage, .875 (21-3) set in 1991-92, .955 (21-1).

Most wins in a season, 21 set in 2000-01, 22.

Fewest losses, 3 set in 1991-92, 1 (at most 2, if they lose in the playoffs).

Most points in a game, 83 vs. Delta on Jan. 20, 2001, 96 vs. Delta on Jan. 14, 2005.

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Highest average scoring differential, 22.8 ppg set in 1991-92, 24.2.

Fewest points scored in victory, 34 vs. Carbon on March 1, 2002, 32 vs. Odgen on Dec. 3, 2004.

Most points in consecutive games, 157, 162.

Most fields goals made in season, 527 set in 2001-02, 529.

Most field goals attempted in season, 1,180 set in 1997-98, 1,214.

Most rebounds in season, 869 set in 1997-98, 876.

Most assists in a season, 370 set in 2002-03, 424.

Highest assist average per game, 16.1 set in 2002-03, 19.3.

Fewest fouls committed in season, 240 set in 2003-04, 197.

Most blocked shots in a season, 40 set in 1998-98, 74.

Most points in a career, 1,003 set by Laurel Mortensen, 1,054 set by Brandie Telfer.

Most career free throws made, 190 by Laurel Mortensen, 259 by Brandie Telfer.

Most career free throws attempted, 285 by Amber Sanchez, 377 by Brandie Telfer.

Most rebounds in a season, 205 by Brandie Telfer, 209 by Brandie Telfer.

Highest rebound average per game, 8.91 by Brandie Telfer, 9.5 by Brandie Telfer.

Most blocked shots in season, 20 by Tatum Hart, 53 by Cayla Maneotis.

Highest blocked shots per game average, 1.5 by Cayla Maneotis, 2.4, by Cayla Maneotis.

Most blocked shots in a career, 29 by Tatum Hart, 75 by Cayla Maneotis.

Information submitted by Jim Loughran and Craig Mortensen. Final numbers were researched and compiled by Eric Unglaub.

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