OF THE WEEK
(Games of Jan. 28-Feb. 2)
Randall Barbour (Lone Pine) -- Had five of his game-high 32 points in overtime as the Eagles beat Mammoth 72-67 in a Desert Mountain League contest.
Peter Boudoures (Anderson Valley) -- Peter had the top reported single-game total for the week (boys or girls) in the Redwood Empire with 37 points in a win over Santa Rosa Christian.
Andre Conner (Joshua Springs) -- Led the way to a 83-65 victory over Antelope Valley Christian with 38 points, including five three-pointers.
David Conte (Costa Mesa) -- Conte was a one man wrecking crew on this night, as he paced Costa Mesa's 72-48 victory over Estancia with 32 points, five rebounds, seven steals and six assists.
Beto Delgado (Narbonne, Harbor City) -- Was a one man wrecking crew posting a triple-double in a 91-83 overtime victory over Gardena. Beto scored 25 points, passed out 10 assists and added 10 steals.
Mike Efebra (Ganesha, Pomona) -- Scored 34 points and teammate Chris Reaves added 31 to lead host Giants to a 94-67 drubbing of Covina.
Allan Ellis (Crespi, Encino) -- Posted a triple-double with 27 points, 10 assists, and 10 rebounds in 67-56 victory over Alemany.
Keith Ellis (Redondo, Redondo Beach) -- San Diego State football recruit had a career evening as he nearly posted a quadruple-double with 20 points, 10 rebounds, 11 assists, and five steals in a 77-48 blowout of Leuzinger.
John Flanagen (Boys Republic, Chino) -- Flanagen was nearly unstoppable as he led the way with 32 points and 10 assists in a 92-82 victory over Sherman Indian.
Cline Garner (Roosevelt, Fresno) -- In a 79-69 loss to Fresno High, Garner certainly did his best with 38 points, the fourth best single-game total in school history.
Gentry Goode (Caruthers) -- Gentry gets on the state honor roll once again, this time for 38 points in 69-62 win over Fresno Christian and 26 in a 68-50 win over Mendota.
Tomas Johnson (West L.A. Baptist) -- Johnson scored 46 points in a 85-79 loss to Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian and followed with a 30-point, 10-rebound performance in a 70-58 victory over Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian.
Brad Kanis (Irvine) -- Paced Irvine's 67-61 Sea View League victory over Aliso Niguel with a solid 31-point, 24-rebound effort.
Ezra Kiedrowski (Lodi) -- Nailed 7-of-10 on 3-point shots and finished with 31 points as the Flames improved to 20-4 with a 63-46 triumph over Lincoln of Stockton.
Matt Llewellyn (Campbell Hall, North Hollywood) -- Scored a game-high 35 points in a 81-69 thrashing of Hillcrest Christian.
Dynamite Mathews (Twentynine Palms) -- Mathews "blew up" for 30 points and 17 rebounds in 84-63 victory over Aquinas of San Bernardino.
Donovan Morris (Cajon, San Bernardino) -- The senior forward scored 32 points, hauled down 12 rebounds, and dished for eight assists in a 91-62 defeat of Pacific. Morris finished the game with 1,938 points for his varsity career, breaking the school record previously held by Lewis Kelly with 1,927 established during the 96-97 seasons.
John Parsons (Half Moon Bay) -- Following up from a 46-point effort from the previous week, Parsons stayed hot with 38 as the Cougars downed El Camino of South San Francisco, 84-65.
Devin Peal (Kennedy, Richmond) -- Peal revved it up for 38 points as the Eagles whipped Piedmont, 67-48.
Jacob Ramirez (A.B. Miller, Fontana) -- In a 102-76 dismantling of Redlands East Valley, the senior guard scored a career and school record 55 points. Ramirez broke the previous record of 44 points set in 1997 by Travis Reed (now playing at Long Beach State).
Josh Rhodes (Santa Cruz) -- Four-year starter had a great week with 42 points in a 93-65 victory over Watsonville plus 18 as the Cardinals threw their league race into a scramble with a 65-51 win over front-running Soquel.
Kevin Sweeney (Temple City) -- The junior guard poured in 38 points, including 17-of-22 from the free throw line, in a stunning 69-68 overtime victory over Monrovia.
Bryce Taylor (Harvard Westlake) -- Sophomore standout scored 15 of his game-high 36 points in the decisive third quarter to lead Harvard Westlake to a 88-70 defeat of St. Francis.
Guy Ten Fingers (Downey, Modesto) -- Led the Knights to a fourth consecutive conference victory by scoring 44 points in a 69-54 defeat of Turlock. Also scored 27 in a one-point win over Beyer.
Dunhill Verceles (Woodcreek, Roseville) -- In a key Sierra Foothill League game, Dunhill did in Roseville by making 9-of-15 on 3-pointers and finishing with 37 points.
Marcus Warren (Orangewood Academy) -- Led Orangewood Academy to a 72-26 whipping of Liberty Christian with a triple-double. Warren scored 11 points and had 10 rebounds and 10 steals.
Kevin Weathington (Mountain View Academy) -- Netted 35 points in a 78-64 triumph over Mid-Peninsula. Weathington had 57 in a single game in January.
Sheridan Arredondo (Saugus) -- Blocked 12 shots and snared 14 rebounds in 74-39 win over Canyon of Canyon Country.
Dominisha Britton (Vanden, Travis AFB) -- In the Vikings' 66-54 triumph over Encina of Sacramento, Britton banged home 30 points.
Markisha Coleman (Eastside Prep, Palo Alto) -- Dominated with 32 points as Eastside Prep rolled over St. Lawrence Academy of Sunnyvale, 91-27.
Amanda Foster (Marshall, Los Angeles) -- Amanda led the Barristers to a 55-47 victory over Eagle Rock with 10 points, 26 rebounds, 5 blocks, and three steals.
Kelly Geis (El Segundo) -- Geis tied a CIF Southern Section record for most free throws in a career with 496, as she scored 35 points, including 18-of-19 from the free throw line, in El Segundo's 69-57 victory over Culver City.
Jamie Hagiya (South, Torrance) -- Posted a triple-double with 20 points, 10 assists and 10 steals as Spartans downed El Segundo, 53-29. Hagiya also went over the 1,000-point scoring barrier for her career.
Brooke Hodges (Forest Lake Christian, Auburn) -- Only a freshman, Hodges came up big with 31 points, six steals and five assists as team crushed Wilton Christian, 90-36.
Charde Houston (San Diego) -- State's top scorer with an average near 34 ppg came up big again with 37 points as Cavers knocked off Kearny, 88-70, in a mild San Diego Section upset.
Christine Kepenekian (Burbank) -- Scored a season-high 43 points, including six triples, but nit wasn?t enough as Burbank fell to Valencia, 72-59, on Tuesday.
Amanda Livingston (Troy, Fullerton) -- Scored 32 points and hauled down 14 rebounds in impressive 76-48 victory over La Habra.
Ashley Miller (Taft) -- Ashley had the top reported single-game total in the CIF Central Section with 37 points in team?s 65-54 triumph over Tehachapi.
Ashley Moody (King-Drew, Los Angeles) -- Led a 93-12 drubbing of Middle College with 36 points.
Eshaya Murphy (Montclair Prep, Van Nuys) -- Murphy, who is one of the leading scorers in the state, scored 36 points in a 64-54 defeat of Pacific Hills.
Courtney & Ashley Paris (Modesto Christian) -- The Paris sisters were "Twin Trouble" Thursday against Delhi. The Crusader duo each scored 33 points in the 94-22 victory.
Katie Parzale (Villanova) -- Paced a 46-20 devastation of Laguna Blanca with a triple-double. Parzale scored 11 points, hauled down 12 rebounds, had 12 steals, and added five blocks.
Lindsey Pluimer (San Clemente) -- Her 24 points in a 57-32 victory over El Toro broke the school record for most points scored in a season and improved her team's record to 20-3 on the season.
Stephanie Selph (Immanuel Christian) -- Scored 37 points to led her team to a 52-45 Hi-Lo League victory over Big Pine.
Rose Sierra (Faith Baptist) -- Paced her teams 66-10 romp over First Lutheran with 16 points, 11 steals, nine assists and seven rebounds. On this night, Sierra came out smelling like a "Rose."
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