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Lisa Twidwell
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302 Cordis
Princeville, Illinois

2007-08 Hometown Heroes
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Princeville Lady Princes...BELIEVE


Strength & Courage: Leah Whittaker R.I.P.


Most 3-point FGs in a game, Team

#21 - 12 vs Annawan   Jan. 12, 2004

#35 - 11 vs Stark County   Feb 2 2002 (11-15)

Most points in one quarter, Team

#20 - 37 vs Monmouth Warren (LTC conference leader) Dec 15, 2003 (4th quarter)



Most Points scored in one game

98 points vs Midland Dec. 2, 2002

Most Points scored in one quarter

37 points vs Monmouth Warren Dec 15, 2003 (4th quarter)

Highest Field Goal Percentage in one Game

59% vs Cambridge Dec. 17, 2003

Most 3-point Field Goals Made in A Game

12 vs Annawan Jan. 12, 2004

11 vs Stark County Feb. 2, 2002 (11-15)



2007-08 4th Place LTC    15-13 (7-4)

2005-06 Consolation Champs LTC Tournament  15-14 (4-6)

2004-05 3rd Place LTC, 3rd Place LTC Tournament, Regional Finals    17-8 (7-3)

2003-04 LTC Champions, LTC Tournament Champions, Regional Finals  19-7 (9-2)

2002-03 2nd place LTC Tournament      15-12 (7-4)

2001-02  4th place LTC Tournament      13-15 (7-4)


Vicki Bray  5'9" F          1,420 Pts     1998-2002

Leah Whittaker 6'3" C   1,364 Pts  2007-2010

Katie Sheets 5'8" G     TBA     2001-2005

Whitney Menold  5'4" G     941 Pts     2001-2005

Charissa Wilson  5'9" F     920 Pts     2000-2004


Leah Whittaker '10 Indiana Wesleyan University

Michelle Storm '08 Carl Sandburg College

Abby Wade '07 Carl Sandburg College

 Katie Sheets '05 Monmouth College

Vicki Bray '02  Carl Sandburg College




The Lady Princes were voted Hometown Heroes of the week by fans. Thanks for all of your support! 

The varsity squad finished their season with a 15-13 record. They also finished 4th in the conference with a 7-4 record. The team was tied with Cambridge who had the same record, but we beat Cambridge by 20 points in the regular season.

Leah Whittaker earned 1st team all-conference honors and Michelle Storm earned 2nd team all-conference honors

The F/S squad continues to dominate in the conference. The young Lady Princes are 13-3 (10-1).

Tough loss vs state ranked team

The lady princes could not hold onto an 8 point lead in their loss to Flanagan (eventual state champions). Leah Whittaker lead the princes in scoring.

Leah Whittaker is voted to the all-tournament team at Champaign

Lady Princes dominate Stark County

The team of 5 seniors went out in style with a 20 point win over Stark County.


Princeville gets 2 on all-conference team

Abby Wade and Michelle Storm earned 2nd team all-conference honors this year. Michelle Storm also earned her way on to the Academic All-Conference team.

F/S Team
The F/S team finished near the top of the Lincoln Trail Conference with a 7-4 record. The Princes had strong wins over Cambridge, ROWVA, and Alwood.

Princeville ended their season with a loss to Annawan, 50-60, in the semi-finals of the regionals. The Princes tied the game at 42 with under 3 minutes to play, but just could not pull out the win. Abby Wade scored 27 points (5 3FG's)and Michelle Storm added 10 points.

Abby Wade scores 32 points (8-15 2FG, 3-6 3FG, 7-12 FT) in a loss to Alwood.

PRINCEVILLE Wins Continue!
The Princes won their 3rd game in a row with a win over Aledo. Becky Colwell scored 22 points and Abby Wade scored 19. The team finishes the season with games on Jan. 29 and Jan. 31.

The Princes came close to winning their 2nd and 3rd games of the season this week against Midland and Cambridge, but lost both close games at the end. Check out the stats. Michelle Storm grabbed a whopping 19 and 12 rebounds respectively vs Midland and Cambridge.

Colwell's Shot Beats ROWVA!
Becky Colwell grabbed a tipped ball by Michelle Storm and made a 15-footer with 2 seconds left to win the game. Princeville only scored 7 points in the first half but came alive in the 2nd with 24 points. Amanda Moreland lead the team in scoring with 13 points.

Princes Give IB a Run!
Princeville lead by as many as 16 points in the 2nd half but could not hold on as Illini Bluffs, an area top team, wore the Princes down with their defensive pressure. The Princes were led by Abby Wade's 13 points (3 3-point field goals) and Amanda Moreland's 12 points. Michelle Storm led the team in rebounds with 9.

Annawan Beats Princeville at the Buzzer!
Aron Jackson of Annawan (an area top team) hit a 3-point shot at the buzzer to beat Princeville 57-56. Amanda Moreland made two free throws to put Princeville up by two with 10 seconds left. Annawan drove down the court and launched the 3! Four players scored in double figures: Michelle Storm with 15, Abby Wade, Amanda Moreland, and Leah Whittaker with 13 each. Leah also grabbed 11 rebounds.

Princeville fights back against Eureka.
Princeville was down by 7 with 3 minutes to go against Eureka (area top team). The Princes fought back and had a chance to tie with under 2:00, but missed a lay-up. The team had to foul and Eureka connected on all but 1 free throw to ice it.


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