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Wisconsin High School Girls Basketball Career Scoring Records


Former South Shore standout Megan Gustafson, the state's all-time leading scorer in girls' basketball.

Rank Points Name Team Grad Year
1 3229 Megan Gustafson South Shore 2015
2 3120 Shemera Williams Milwaukee Academy of Science 2019
3 2881 Jolene Anderson South Shore 2004
4 2601 Anna DeForge Niagara 1994
5 2539 Caroline Strande Racine Lutheran 2020
6 2444 Chelby Koker Shoreland Lutheran 2019
7 2393 Chloe Wanink Cameron 2015
8 2378 Angie Halbleib Middleton 1993
9 2311 McKenna Warnock Monona Grove 2019
10 2240 Arike Ogunbowale Divine Savior Holy Angels 2015
11 2236 Sonja Henning Racine Horlick 1987
12 2184 Jada Eggebrecht Phillips 2022
13 2173 Sarah Meyer Lena 1991
14 2143 Allazia Blockton Dominican 2015
15 2125 Hannah Whitish Barneveld 2016
16 2108 Shelly Coyle River Valley 1986
17 2106 Lexi Donarski Aquinas 2020
18 2096 Reanne Kietlinski Bowler 2018
19 2084 Leah Earnest Stevens Point 2020
20 2081 Lexi Smith Northland Pines 2017
21(tie) 2065 Carley Emery Siren 2011
21(tie) 2065 Jessica Lindstrom Superior 2014
23 2055 Abbie Aalsma Waupun 2022
24 2038 Martha Richards Hudson 1988
25 2033 Jennah Burkholder Janesville Parker 1993
26 2013 Breehan Kelley Three Lakes 1999
27 2012 Jessica Kelliher Waukesha North 2015
28 2005 LaTonya Sims Racine Park 1997
29 2003 Debbie Teske Assumption 1988
30 2002 Colleen Heimstead Elk Mound 1988
31 1993 Ann Kattreh Kohler 1983
32 1992 Lori Dondlinger Pepin 1987
33 1991 Sydney Hilliard Monroe 2019
34 1980 Cassie Schiltz Luxemburg-Casco 2019
34 1969 Shatima McFarland Milwaukee Pulaski co-op 2020
36 1965 Tori Martell Somerset 2017
37 1962 Vanessa Schley Gilman 1997
38 1960 Bailey Butler Black Hawk 2021
39 1951 Kari Flunker Florence 2001
40 1945 Ann Klapperich Fond du Lac 1994
41 1941 Anna Lutz Marshall 2021
42 1936 Jaddan Simmons Green Bay Southwest 2020
43 1913 Jen Wendler Owen-Withee 2019
44 1910 Taylor Wurtz Ripon 2008
45 1909 Sidney Cooks Kenosha St. Joseph 2017
46 1906 Mistie Bass Janesville Parker 2002
47 1905 Katie Voigt Lakeland 1993
48 1894 Lexi Wagner Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 2019
49 1885 Emily LaChapell Appleton East 2022
50 1878 Grace Schmidt Watertown Luther Prep 2022
51 1874 Jordan Meulemans De Pere 2022
52 1872 Melissa Maas Wauwatosa East 1993
53 1870 Taylor Schneider Turtle Lake 2016
54 1868 Gabby McCorison Butternut 2018
55 1860 Gabrielle Ortiz The Prairie School 2014
56 1844 Madelyn Granica Amery 2019
57 1835 Avery Steen Luck 2013
58(tie) 1811 Carrie Templin Weston 1994
58(tie) 1811 Isabella Lenz Prescott 2021
60(tie) 1809 Sue Vielbig Oakfield 1979
60(tie) 1809 Gena Grundhoffer Assumption 2016
62(tie) 1803 Mary Berghuis Brillion 1984
62(tie) 1803 Natalie Leuzinger Black Hawk 2020
64 1798 Meg Ellias Mellen 2014
65 1797 Heather Bowe Regis 2012
66(tie) 1787 Jenny Kraft Pius XI Catholic 1988
66(tie) 1787 Lucy Demovsek Lake Holcombe 2007
68(tie) 1783 Marha Wieman Reedsburg 2022
68(tie) 1783 Kamorea “KK” Arnold Germantown 2023
70 1782 Heidi Blomberg Prentice 1989
71 1781 Katy Hauge Unity 1991
72(tie) 1779 Alison Langham Clayton 1997
72(tie) 1779 Hannah Belanger Grafton 2019
74 1773 Natisha Hiedeman Green Bay Southwest 2015
75 1770 Rachel Becker Gilmanton 2002
76 1762 Jade Ramirez Wayland Academy 2015
77 1761 Lori Goerlitz Oshkosh North 1991
78 1760 Jesi Haberkorn Deerfield 1993
79 1756 Kris Osterberg Florence 1987
80 1757 Jamie Reit Stanley-Boyd 2016
81 1756 Erica Smith Green Lake 1994
82 1744 Maddie Schires Wausau West 2019
83 1742 Karie Cattanach Markesan 1992
84 1737 Julianna Ouimette Lakeland 2023
85(tie) 1734 Maddison Baker West Bend West 2020
85(tie) 1734 Chloe Gruszynski Crivitz 2020
87 1730 Lindsay Steien Blair-Taylor 2023
88 1718 Amanda Leonhard Ladysmith 1998
89 1712 Lily Krahn Prairie du Chien 2022
90 1691 Taylor Gradinjan Cudahy 2012
91 1673 Alana Cesarz Delavan-Darien 2011
92 1662 Amy Palecek Butternut 2004
93 1655 Laken James Oconto 2014
94 1638 Lianna Baxter Oconto 2022
95 1631 Dani Rhodes Waukesha West 2016

Note: The state moved to two 18-minute halves prior to the 2015-16 season. Previously there were four 8-minute quarters. 

Updated 3/30/2022