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Emily Moes, Lakeville South. The eighth grader who plays midfield put on an impressive offensive display last week — generating 11 points (eight goals, three assists) in Lakeville South's 21-2 win at Farmington on May 7. Moes, the seventh-highest goal-scorer in the state, scored another 12 points in her next two appearances.
Jailee Hendrickson, Park of Cottage Grove. The senior made eight saves on 14 shots in a May 7 win over Cretin-Derham Hall. Hendrickson followed that performance with 11 saves two days later, as her team downed Mounds View in a 9-8 contest.
Ainslea Jensen, Hutchinson. Jensen facilitated Hutchinson's offense and produced 16 assists in three games last week. She recorded eight assists, her highest single-game total this season, in her team's victory over Southwest Christian on May 7. The junior leads the state with 34 assists.
Hailee Orhn, Grand Rapids/Greenway. Orhn was the focal point of her team's attack, and she contributed to 18 of its 25 points last week. She tallied five goals and an assist in a 9-5 triumph over Hermantown/Proctor on May 7, then scored a season-high eight goals against Duluth on May 9, though her team lost 15-12.
Jayden Perry, Buffalo. With 11 points in three wins, Perry's highlight performance came on May 9 at St. Michael-Albertville. Perry fired in four goals and dished out two assists to help earn a 13-9 win. Buffalo remains undefeated this season with an 8-0 record.
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