Who holds the high school record for blocked shots?
Adia Barnes, who blocked 1,112 shots while playing for San Diego Mission Bay High School (Calif.) from 1991-1994.
The 1998 Pac-10 Player of the Year, Barnes starred for Arizona from 1994-98. She currently is on the roster of the Cleveland Rockers, and has played for several WNBA teams the last three years.
Other top players in career blocked shots in high school include:
2. Chris Enger (Vista, Calif.) 1986-89, with 859 blocked shots. Enger played college ball for the University of San Diego and is the record holder for average number of blocked shots per game in NCAA Division I play, with 3.9 (372 in 96 games). From 1994-98, she played professional ball in England.
3. Ashley Robinson (South Grand Prairie, Texas) 1997-00, with 572 blocked shots. Just finishing her freshman season for the University of Tennessee, Robinson was tabbed as a unanimous choice for the five-member SEC All-Freshman team and named an honorable mention All-SEC choice by the Associated Press.
4. Carolyn Moos (The Blake School, Hopkins, Minn.) 1994-97, with 552 blocked shots. Moos has just completed an outstanding career for Stanford University. Named Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 her sophomore and junior years, her thoughts can be found on Stanford's Web site, where she posts weekly diary entries:
5. Maylana Martin (Perris, Calif.) 1993-96, with 520 blocked shots.
A Naismith Award finalist at UCLA in each of her final two seasons, Martin was named to the Kodak All-America team in 1999. She was also named the Pac-10 Player of the Year her senior year, leading the conference in scoring (18.2 ppg) and rebounding (8.7 rpg). Selected by Minnesota in the first round (10th overall) of the 2000 WNBA Draft, she started 13 games for the Lynx, averaging 4.4 points per game and 0.43 blocked shots per game.
6. Ebony Hoffman (Narbonne, Harbor City, Calif.) 1997-00 with 496 blocked shots. After leading Harbor City to a state title, Hoffman is now playing for the University of Southern California and was just named to the Pac-10 All-Freshman team.
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