Belt's Brooke Schraner signs with Dawson CC

Posted at 2:58 PM, Feb 10, 2020

(DCC release)

GLENDIVE - Looking to find a gem in-state, Dawson Community College Women's Basketball targeted Brooke Schraner of Class C power Belt High School.

The 5'8 guard signed her official National Junior College Athletic Association Letter of Intent to become a Lady Buccaneer. Schraner has played junior varsity for three years and varsity for two. In her junior year, she had the team's most rebounds, steals and deflections. She was voted the team's Mrs. Hustle and Best Defender. Not only does she have experience as a successful basketball player, but Schraner has been All-State in track from 2017-2019 in the 300 hurdles, 100 and 400 relays. She also was part of the Class C State Volleyball Championship team in 2018 and 3rd Place State Finalist in 2019.

In basketball, Schraner was a member of the 2017 State Championship team. During her 4 years, she has never lost a JV game and the Varsity's record is currently 85-6. Belt has won the District Championship the last 10 years, and been 3rd in divisionals the last two years. The Lady Huskies are currently ranked 2nd in the state in Class C. Brooke is averaging 13.2 points, 4.8 rebounds and 3.5 steals.

Brooke Schraner was sure about her commitment, "I am very excited to become a Lady Buc. I signed with Dawson because I had grown up playing and watching ball, and I've wanted to play at the college level for a while now, and DCC is a very good junior college. I have had friends attend there, and they loved it!"

Belt High School Head Girl's Basketball Coach Jeff Graham said, "Brooke has worked to become an excellent all-around player. Brooke has a very high ceiling as a player and I can't wait to watch her continue to grow at DCC. She is the perfect fit for Coach Lagmay's program."

Coach Lagmay expressed his excitement as well, "Coach Graham and Belt run a quality, tough, hard-nosed program. They work hard! Brooke has shown her ability to be comfortable in that type of atmosphere, and she will definitely fit in at Dawson where the expectation is to always play tough and never back down. I'm very eager to get her on campus and develop her into a feared opponent."