* Year in school/sport: Junior guard on the girls basketball team.
* Highlights: Raths had a career-best 31 points in a 62-50 win Tuesday over St. Cloud Cathedral and 14 points and nine rebounds in a 61-37 win Friday over Little Falls.
* What has competing in athletics taught you? “It’s taught me leadership and working well with others and cooperating with other people.”
* What’s your most memorable high school moment? “Probably the Cathedral game or my first varsity game two years ago in Alexandria.”
* What’s your pre-game routine? “I get home from school and have two corn dogs and a Kit Kat (bar).”
* What’s your most embarrassing high school moment? “Probably when I air-balled a three. That’s always embarrassing.”
* Favorite food: “Thanksgiving dinner, turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy and corn.”
* Favorite movie: She’s The Man.
* Favorite TV show: Covert Affair.
* Favorite Web site: Instagram.
* What are your post-high-school plans? “Go to college and possibly play basketball.” She’s thinking about majoring in chemistry.
* What’s next? The Sabres (2-0) play at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday at Monticello (3-2).
Sartell lost 43-38 to the Magic last year.
Monticello has played in the past two state Class 3A tournaments, taking fourth place last year.
“It’ll probably be close,” Raths said.
The Magic opened this season at the Hamline Invitational, losing to Bloomington Kennedy and Eastview. They have since won three in a row, beating Rocori, Delano and Simley 50-46 on Saturday at the Tip-Off Classic in Hopkins.