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Two girls basketball players who filled important roles on successful teams revealed their Division I college plans recently.

Benilde-St. Margaret's senior Sierre Lumpkin had two choices to make: college and sport. She was being recruited for basketball and volleyball. Lumpkin, a 5-11 guard/forward, chose basketball and Loyola Marymount.

Lumpkin scored a season-high 21 points, including five three-pointers, in a 66-60 victory over Stewartville in the Class 3A championship game at Williams Arena. She also had six rebounds and three blocked shots. She averaged 9.1 points per game for the Red Knights (26-6).

Also making a college decision was Hopkins 5-7 senior guard Kelly Boyle. She found a Division I home at North Carolina-Greensboro.

Boyle, a three-point shooting specialist, averaged 11.1 points for the Royals (28-3), the Class 4A runners-up. She scored a season-high 27 points in a 74-53 victory over Roseville during the regular season.