As the No. 25 seed in the Class 4A state girls basketball tournament and coming off three straight losses to end the regular season, little was expected of the Berthoud Spartans squad.

Senior guard Breanna Fowler made sure to change that thinking.

She scored 24 points, made five steals, grabbed three rebounds and dished three assists to help lead the Spartans to a 57-55 first round upset over No. 8 seed, The Classical Academy, on Tuesday (March 9). For her efforts in leading the upset, Fowler is this week's Townsquare Media High School MVP.

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Fowler and Berthoud now take on No. 9 seeded Grand Junction Central at 5 p.m. Thursday (March 11) in the Class 4A Sweet 16. The Spartans are the lowest seed left in their class but hope to keep their Cinderella run going.

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Fowler has been a key part of Berthoud's offensive attack for most of her prep career. After averaging 5 points per game as a freshman, she increased to 16.8 points per game as a sophomore, 14.0 points per game as a junior and 17.5 this year as a senior.

Fowler sat down for a Q&A right before Berthoud battled in the Sweet 16.

Q&A: Breanna Fowler, Berthoud High School

Q&A: Amelia Solt, Thompson Valley

Q&A: Aiden Badalamenti, Rocky Mountain High

Q&A: Jase Bessire, Highland High School

Q&A: Olivia Reed, Windsor High School

Q&A: Brock Mishak, Fossil Ridge High School

Q&A: Zack Rakowsky, Loveland

Q&A: Ethan Florez, Eaton

Q&A: Tanner Applebee, Resurrection Christian

Q&A: Tyler Kubat, Fossil Ridge

Q&A: Loveland QB Garrett Harstad

Q&A: Dax Polka, Windsor High School

Q&A: Jack Nauman, Heritage Christian

Q&A: Fossil Ridge Pitcher Nikki McGaffin