IESA Girls Basketball
Girls Basketball State Tournament Team Records
Records are for the IESA State Finals only.
IESA does not keep records for regular season contests or games held prior to State Finals.
Class 7-1A: 2006-Current
Most Games Played 12 Bartonville Monroe 2007 (3), 2009 (3), 2010 (3), 2013 (3)
  12 Sigel St. Michael's 2006 (1), 2008 (3), 2009 (3), 2012 (3), 2014 (1), 2015 (1)
Most Games Won 9 Bartonville Monroe 2007 (2), 2009 (2), 2010 (3), 2013 (2)
Most Points, Game 50 Jacksonville Our Saviour 50, Bartonville Monroe 12 2007 (Title)
Most Points, Losing Team, Game 40 Bartonville Monroe vs. Danville Schlarman 44 2013 (Title)
Most Points, Two Teams, Game 84 Danville Schlarman 44, Bartonville Monroe 40 2013 (Title)
Most Points, Tournament 130 Jacksonville Our Saviour (39-41-50) 2007
Most Points, Championship 50 Jacksonville Our Saviour 50, Bartonville Monroe 12 2007
Most Points, Two Teams, Championship 84 Danville Schlarman 44, Bartonville Monroe 40 2013
Most Points, Losing Team, Championship 40 Bartonville Monroe vs. Danville Schlarman 44 2013
Most 3 Pt. Field Goals, Game 7 Danville Schlarman vs. Sigel St. Michael 2012 Semi.
Most 3 Pt. Field Goals, Tournament 13 Danville Schlarman (4-7-2) 2012
Most 3 Pt. Field Goals, Championship 3 Danville Schlarman 2013
  3 Bartonville Monroe 2013
  3 Jacksonville Our Saviour 2007
Largest Point Margin, Game 38 Jacksonville Our Saviour 50, Bartonville Monroe 12 2007 Title
Largest Point Margin, Championship 38 Jackonsville Our Saviour 50, Bartonville Monroe 12 2007
Fewest Points Allowed, Tournament (3 Games) 45 Carthage (20-12-13) 2015
Most Tournaments Played 6 Sigel St. Michael's 2006-08-09-12-14-15
Most Tournaments Won 2 Danville Schlarman 2012, 2013
Most Tournaments, Consecutive 4 Danville Schlarman 2012-13-14-15

Class History

The IESA sanctioned girls basketball in 1979. There was one class of girls basketball until 1986 when the activity was split into 7th and 8th grade classes. From 1990-2005, the Association adopted the format of 7th and 8th grade play based upon a school's enrollment (7A, 7AA, 8A and 8AA). Starting in 2006, the Association adopted a four class system in each grade level (7-1A, 7-2A, 7-3A, 7-4A, 8-1A, 8-2A, 8-3A and 8-4A). The current classification system assigns 25% of the schools to each of the four classes.

How Class Split is Determined



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