Around The Naton: Jan. 26

AROUND THE NATION -- Tony Wroten, Cameron Ridley and Amir Williams all had monster outings on Tuesday.

With his future coach Brad Stevens looking on, Kameron Woods, a 6-foot-8 senior at Louisville (Ky.) Eastern, shot 7-for-9 from the field for 14 points. Bradley signee Remy Abell chipped in 12 in a 70-54 win over Seneca.

Top 5 prospect and Kentucky signee Michael Gilchrist continued his senior season tear. He scored 32 points in a 66-45 win over Union. St. Patrick has now won 19 straight games.

Four-star prospect Tony Wroten had a big scoring output on Tuesday. The 6-foot-4 guard went for 30 points in a Seattle (Wash.) Garfield's 87-70 win over Seattle (Wash.) Woodinville.

Illinois signee went for 24 points in Mount Carmel (Ill.) High's 77-74 over St. Rita on Tuesday. Junior guard Malcolm Hill-Bey also tossed in 14 points for Mount Carmel.

Mychael Henry continued his strong senior season on Tuesday. He scored 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in Chicago (Ill.) Orr's 40-37 win over North Lawndale.

A pair of AAU teammates went head-to-head in Detroit. Amir Williams and Detroit (Mich.) Country Day knocked off Carlton Brundidge and Southfield 79-59 on Tuesday. Williams went for 28 points and 16 rebounds, while Brundidge went for 15 points in the loss.

Percy Gibson recorded 22 points and 10 rebounds in Detroit (Mich.) Southeastern's 66-57 win over Detroit (Mich.) King. Brandon Kearney chipped in 14 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists.

Xavier signee Jaylen Reynolds dropped 17 points for Livonia (Mich.) Stevenson on Tuesday. They knocked off Livonia (Mich.) Churchill by a score of 63-38.

Normally Marcus Smart or Phil Forte are the leading scorers for Flower Mound (Tex.) Marcus, but on Tuesday up against Plano West, it was 6-foot-7 power forward Nick Banyard who led the way with 16 points in a 38-31 win.

Word out of Michigan is Matt Costello, a standout at Bay City (Mich.) Western, is in the midst of a monster junior season. Up against Bay City (Mich.) Central, the 6-foot-9 post prospect scored 31 points and 16 rebounds in a 76-39 win.

Indiana commit Ron Patterson had a lot to do with Indianapolis (Ind.) Broad Ripple taking the City Tournament crown. The 6-foot-3 junior scored 17 points in a 75-69 win over Indianapolis (Ind.) Northwest.

Kevin "Yogi" Ferrell and freshman standout Trevon Bluiett combined for 31 points in a 18-point win over Cardinal Ritter. Ferrell scored 15, including a three-pointer for Indianapolis (Ind.) Park Tudor.

Top 15 big man Daniel Ochefu, of Westtown (Pa.) High, is having a terrific junior season. Over the weekend he scored 23 points on 8-for-14 shooting and reeled in 13 rebounds in a 61-44 win over Phelps.

Norvell Pelle went for 20 points and eight rebounds as Los Angeles (Calif.) Price knocked off La Verne (Calif.) Lutheran by 15. Arizona commit Grant Jerrett led Lutheran with 15 points and 11 rebounds.

Cameron Ridley's monster outing of 20 points and 19 rebounds wasn't enough as Fort Bend (Tex.) Marshall knocked of Fort Bend (Tex.) Bush 51 – 49 on Tuesday.

Pittsburgh (Pa.) Highlands standout Micah Mason went for 64 points on just 19 shots on Tuesday. He shot 17-for-19 from the field and drilled seven three-pointers. He's averaging 36 points per game.

Junior guard Aaron Simpson had a big outing for North Chicago (Ill.) Community on Tuesday. He scored 24 points in a 91-56 win over Wacuonda.

Wichita (Kans.) Heights standout Perry Ellis scored 30 points in an overtime win over Wichita (Kans.) East on Tuesday. The 6-foot-8 junior is ranked among the top 30 juniors in the country.

Junior wing Sam Dekker scored 32 points and grabbed nine rebounds in Sheboygan (Wisc.) Lutheran's 62-38 win over Elkhart (Wisc.) Lake.

Talented sophomore big man Desmond Ringer tore his ACL this week, according to Southern Kings coach Morris Gordon. Ringer is a 6-foot-8 bruising big man out of McDonough (Ga.) Eagles Landing.

Richmond (Calif.) Saleson guard Jabari Bird was ruled ineligible by the North Coast Section this week. The 6-foot-5 wing was averaging nearly 18 points and just over eight rebounds a game. The school is forced to forfeit their first 16 games, per the San Francisco Chronicle. They have appealed the ruling.

While it is usually Wayne Blackshear leading the way for Chicago (Ill.) Morgan Park, on Tuesday it was sophomore Billy Garrett that scored a team-high 18 points in a 66-48 win over Urban Prep-Englewood.

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