The high school basketball career of one of the best girls basketball players in the Midwest Athletic Conference history came to an end last night, in the OHSAA Region 16 semifinal, at Vandalia-Butler High School. Ivy Wolf, from Minster High School, ended her high school basketball career with 20 points in her final game and 1,685 total points for her career, which made her the all-time leading scorer in girls basketball at Minster High School, passing Lauren Shenk (1,671) and put her in 3rd place on the Midwest Athletic Conference girls basketball all-time scoring list, passing Lauren Shenk and Justine Raterman (1,673), from Versailles High School.

Ivy will be attending Miami University and will play for the RedHawks women’s basketball team. Congratulations on a tremendous career at Minster High School and best wishes at Miami University!