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Logan Nissley named 2020-21 OFFICIAL North Dakota High School Girls Basketball Player of the Year - OFFICIAL
Logan Nissley named 2020-21 MaxPreps North Dakota High School Girls Basketball Player of the Year
Each year since 2006, MaxPreps has recognized outstanding performers in high school basketball. America's source for high school sports continues the tradition to close out the 2020-21 season by naming the top player in each state. Selections are based on team success and individual excellence, in addition to local and state accolades.

Logan Nissley of Century (Bismarck) is the 2020-21 MaxPreps North Dakota High School Girls Basketball Player of the Year. The 5-foot-10 sophomore led the Patriots to a perfect 26-0 record and their third Class A state championship in four years.

Nissley broke single-season school records for points (556), points per game (21.4), 3-point shooting percentage (46.4), assists (100), steals (93) and steals per game (3.6).

Through the first 50 games of her career, Nissley has been credited with 880 points, 360 rebounds, 158 assists, 139 steals, and 91 blocked shots.

Head coach Ron Metz star is getting plenty of attention from high major Division I schools. Nissley earned North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association first team All-State honors.

Each state's MaxPreps Player of the Year will be considered for inclusion in the MaxPreps All-America Team.
High school football: After quarterbacking Texas team in the fall, Jayce Knapp returns home to Oregon and plays another season in the spring - OFFICIAL
High school football: After quarterbacking Texas team in the fall, Jayce Knapp returns home to Oregon and plays another season in the spring
We've heard of many high school athletes playing two sports in one season during the pandemic. Jayce Knapp is the first we've heard of playing one sport in two different seasons during the same school year — in two different states.

In fact, the reason Knapp, a 6-foot-2, 185-pound senior quarterback, was able to manage this is because his family lived in two different states with different approaches to handling COVID-19.

Knapp played two varsity seasons for Wilsonville (Ore.), the second as a starter in 2019, when he threw for 1,676 yards, 20 touchdowns and just four interceptions for an 8-3 Wildcats team.

The following year, his dad's business led a family move to Texas, where Knapp played in five games at Del Valle. Again, Knapp put up some good numbers, throwing for more than 1,000 yards and 17 touchdowns (four interceptions). He piled up 336 yards and three touchdowns in the final games of the season, a 39-34 loss to Austin.
Jayce Knapp during his 336-yard passing performance for Del Valle in the fall against Austin.
File photo by Sean Roach
Jayce Knapp during his 336-yard passing performance for Del Valle in the fall against Austin.
Texas was one of 35 states to play a traditional fall season, though it did delay its top two divisions (6A and 5A) six weeks. Del Valle is an unincorporated part of Travis County, near Austin.

The family moved back to Wilsonville in the winter and because Oregon changed football to the spring, Knapp was able to strap on the pads and helmet one more time. 

He said he was content to just play the role as backup in the abbreviated six-week season, but an injury to starter Chase Hix thrust Knapp back to starring for his hometown school, leading the Wildcats to a 6-0 record.

Knapp threw just four passes in the first two games but by Week 5 he was at his best, completing 30 of 39 attempts for 395 yards and five touchdowns in a 37-14 win over Canby. He finished 70 of 103 for 1,001 yards and 10 touchdowns in the shortened season.

He told Jerry Ulmer of OSAAtoday.com that it was "heartbreaking" not being able to play for a state championship after most of the 19 seniors on Wilsonville were on a 5A quarterfinal team in 2018 as sophomores.

"I know we're a state championship-caliber team," he said. "I think we'd definitely make a run all the way to the state championship, and we'd have a good chance of winning it."

Knapp told Ulmer playing in Texas was a unique and expansive experience.  

"The speed down there is insane," he said. "The competition down there was crazy. It gave me the confidence to come here and play well. I lived, ate and breathed football for four months. But once it was over, I was like, 'This is my home.' I just couldn't live there anymore. I had to come back. ... Texas taught me a lot."
Jayce Knapp played in five games in Texas during the fall before returning home to play six games for his hometown Wilsonville squad in Oregon.
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Jayce Knapp played in five games in Texas during the fall before returning home to play six games for his hometown Wilsonville squad in Oregon.



California high school sports: State officials, CIF, coaches find common ground, talks to resume next week - OFFICIAL
California high school sports: State officials, CIF, coaches find common ground, talks to resume next week
When seven people meet on a Zoom call for the first time, to largely make decisions concerning more than 3 million young athletes, it’s good to start with some commonality.

The seven who met Thursday afternoon to discuss the return of youth sports in California got to that space early in the 62-minute call, said Serra (San Mateo, Calif.) football coach Patrick Walsh, and it led to what he called a “progressive, positive and open” dialogue.

Walsh, one of three coaches, California Interscholastic Federation Executive Director Ron Nocetti, Let Them Play co-founder Brad Hensley, and two Gov. Gavin Newsom staffers — Dr. Mark Ghaly and Jim DeBoo — planned to meet again early next week to continue talks on how to return youth and high school sports back safely and swiftly.

“There were a lot of similarities between every man on that call,” said Walsh, the organizer of the 700-member Golden State High School Football Coaches Community. “All of us have kids, all of them play sports and all of us care about sports. How do we all get to the same point in an expeditious way? The phone call did not impede that conversation.

“I felt like the aura of the call was positive. The spirit of the kids were in that room and on the call. Hopefully we can advance the ball down the field knowing that we can’t do this forever because at some point we’re going to run out of time."
Patrick Walsh (right) leads his Serra Padres into the 2019 CIF State Division 1-AA championship game against Corona del Mar.
File photo by Ming Chung
Patrick Walsh (right) leads his Serra Padres into the 2019 CIF State Division 1-AA championship game against Corona del Mar.
Part of the positive feeling came from improving COVID-19 test results throughout the state.

That led Newsom to lift mandatory at-home orders on Jan. 25, which opened high school play this week for sports slotted in the purple tier: cross country, golf, tennis, swimming and diving and cross country.

Other contact or indoor sports, such as football, volleyball and basketball, are running out of time. Lifting or altering the current tier California system would go a long way to getting other sports started and finished by the end of the school year.

On Tuesday, the National Federation of State High School Associations, the national governing body of prep sports, revised its May guidance document on the risk of COVID-19 during high school athletics, highlighted by the elimination of tiers assigned to specific sports.

NFHS REVISES COVID-19 GUIDANCE: Complete NFHS guidance

"That was awesome timing for us," De La Salle (Concord) football coach Justin Alumbaugh said. "It's not like we were saying 'we told you so.' It just supports what we've been saying and what people have been telling us. To get that information confirmed from a major institution like the NFHS was awesome."

Discussions of the tiers were mentioned Thursday, but more details will come next week Walsh said. The coaches group, which also includes Ron Gladnick, of Torrey Pines (San Diego), had met twice earlier with DeBoo, Newsom's top aide, but this was the first time they had met Ghaly, the state's Secretary of Health.

"I really liked his demeanor," Walsh said. "He's very pleasant, very thoughtful. I enjoyed the opportunity to meet the man."

Alumbaugh and Walsh said Ghaly was very receptive to the data that the Golden State and Let Them Play groups have supplied over the last three weeks, and encouraged more. Ghaly and DeBoo asked many questions, according to Alumbaugh and Walsh.

"Dr. Ghaly is a very bright man, no doubt about that," Alumbaugh said. "He understands what's going on. He's definitely aware of all the dynamics — the science, the data, statistics. He's far more of an expert that we are.

"The meeting was cooperative. It was positive. We're just trying to push the dialogue forward and they are too. Let's get this done."

Said Walsh: "I think everyone would love to come out with an announcement right now, but I did not anticipate that happening today, particularly since it was the first time we've had the opportunity to talk with Dr. Ghaly. It was a very good dialogue and discussion both ways. We're excited about setting a pathway forward."

So is Nocetti.

"Since the COVID-19 numbers have been trending in a better direction we definitely have had more frequent meetings with the California Department of Public Health and the governor's office," he said. "We feel those meetings are progressing toward a pathway to return. And we're going to continue to have those meetings."

Nocetti heads the organization that governs high school sports in the state and serves more than 800,000 athletes annually. Until this week, all California high school sports had been paused since April 3 due to the pandemic. It is one of 17 states that didn't play football in the traditional fall season.

The CIF has maintained that football's end date this spring can go as late as May 1, though some of the state's 10 sections have adopted an April 17 end date in order to prepare for the 2021 fall football season.

An earlier end date means the pressure is on to get the season going sooner. Walsh and Alumbaugh are hoping sections will be more flexible.

"You go from the end date and work backwards," Walsh said. "If we can start sometime in early March that gives us 5-8 games. I think all reasonable players and coaches would be happy with that.

"It's important that both sides know the hard ends and realize that we don't have a lot of time. Do we have some time? Yes. Do we have a lot of time? No."

Thursday's meeting came a day after Newsom addressed youth sports during a press conference at the Oakland Coliseum.

Among the topics included physical and mental health, the guidelines, football, data and even a lawsuit filed last week from two San Diego High School football players seeking an "immediate resumption of play."

In a stirring 32-minute press conference put on by the two advocacy groups on Friday, Gladnick had pleaded with Newsom to "help and engage with us," and to "work together."

Walsh said after hearing Newsom's remarks on Wednesday that he was more encouraged than ever that engagement is taking place. That was backed up with Thursday's meeting.

"I could tell he has put thought into youth sports in California and that's a great step in the right direction," Walsh said. "As we know, Gov. Newsom believes in sports and knows how much youth sports builds character, camaraderie, and self esteem.

"We are hopeful that the Governor will continue to look at the data and science presented to him and re-open the state for youth sports soon."

Here is what Newsom said Wednesday in its entirety about youth sports:

"Last week we made an announcement and that allowed for youth sports like track and field to take place. It's just the levels that we are and have provided a framework to allow certain youth sports to take shape in competition.

"That said, we have been in very direct conversations. Personally, I launched those conversations last week. My team is in constant contact, trying to work through these different tiers.

"The red tier, you'll start to see baseball. In subsequent tiers, we'll get to football. But I'll be honest with you, a lot of this is driven by football and folks wanting to get a football season in. And I am deeply sensitive to that.

"As I said, I not only have four kids who want to be educated, but they love sports. So I recognize all of the benefits — physical and mental — as well as the benefits to teachers and parents who have kids who are engaged in physical activities in terms of our responsibility to support those children as well. We want to see this happen.

"We want to do it safely and a lot of great data has been provided by the same groups that are suing us. If I was concerned about lawsuits, I would have collapsed a year ago. We receive dozens of them every week. And some of them are from folks who are very close to us. It's clarifying. It allows for focus. Some are specious, political. Others like this I think are quite legitimate in terms of what they ultimately want to achieve.

"I share that and we are processing that. I am very hopeful, very hopeful — I really mean this — I am very, very hopeful that we can find a compromise here and I believe that's possible as long as these case rates continue to move in the direction they're moving."
High school basketball: 2020-21 state champions - OFFICIAL
High school basketball: 2020-21 state champions
MaxPreps is your home for high school boys basketball state playoff coverage.

After seeing most of the state tournaments canceled last season due to the emerging COVID-19 pandemic, most states were able to get back in the gym and complete their seasons — even though some were abbreviated.

Find tournaments in your state here. Read on for a look at title game results from all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Check back as states will be filled in as their tournaments are completed.
Duncanville won the Texas 6A title.
Photo by Robbie Rakestraw
Duncanville won the Texas 6A title.
2020-21 boys basketball state champions

Alabama
7A — Oak Mountain (Birmingham) def. Enterprise, 41-37
6A — Mountain Brook (Birmingham) def. Spanish Fort, 56-43
5A — Lee (Huntsville) def. Ramsay (Birmingham), 47-29
4A — Anniston def. Booker T. Washington (Tuskegee), 54-52
3A — Fyffe def. Montgomery Catholic (Montgomery), 49-43
2A — Midfield def. Lanett, 58-54
1A — Autaugaville def. Belgreen (Russellville), 38-34
AISA AAA — Pike Liberal Arts (Troy) def. Tuscaloosa Academy (Tuscaloosa), 55-51
AISA AA — Macon-East Montgomery Academy (Cecil) def. Escambia Academy (Atmore), 62-55
AISA A — Heritage Christian Academy (Hoover) def. Evangel Christian Academy (Montgomery), 38-30

Alaska
4A — East Anchorage (Anchorage) def. Chugiak, 82-56
3A — Monroe Catholic (Fairbanks) def. Anchorage Christian (Anchorage), 67-52
2A — Tikigaq (Point Hope) def. Tok, 83-49
1A — Lumen Christi (Anchorage) def. Maudrey J Sommer (Tanana), 77-30

Arizona
6A — Sunnyslope (Phoenix) def. Mountain Pointe (Phoenix), 63-62
5A — Catalina Foothills (Tucson) def. Centennial (Peoria), 59-45
4A — St. Mary's (Phoenix) def. Paradise Honors (Surprise), 50-47
3A — Page def. Snowflake, 64-51
2A — Scottsdale Christian Academy (Phoenix) def. Rancho Solano Prep (Scottsdale), 48-47
1A — North Valley Christian Academy (Phoenix) def. Mohave Accelerated (Bullhead City), 65-48
AZCAA Div. 3 — Heritage Academy (Mesa) def. Heritage Academy (Maricopa), 79-70
AZCAA Div. 2 — Tri-City Christian Academy (Chandler) def. Learning Foundation & Performing Arts (Gilbert), 46-40
AZCAA Div. 1 — Wickenburg Christian Academy (Wickenburg) def. Paradise Valley Christian Prep (Phoenix), 51-43

Arkansas
6A — North Little Rock def. Central (Little Rock), 65-55
5A — Jonesboro def. Maumelle, 58-56
4A — Mills University Studies (Little Rock) def. Morrilton, 49-46
3A — Harding Academy (Searcy) def. Mayflower, 42-38
2A — Lee (Marianna) def. Caddo Hills (Norman), 62-55
1A — Viola def. West Side (Greers Ferry), 66-38

California
Spring season

Colorado
5A — ThunderRidge (Highlands Ranch) def. George Washington (Denver), 68-59
4A — Mead (Longmont) def. Montrose, 68-44
3A — Lutheran (Parker) def. St. Mary's (Colorado Springs), 72-56
2A — Wray def. Limon, 56-50
1A — Belleview Christian (Westminster) def. De Beque, 69-35

Connecticut
No state playoffs

Delaware
D1 — Sanford (Hockessin) def. Smyrna, 51-45

District of Columbia
No season

Florida
7A — Dr. Phillips (Orlando) def. Dwyer (Palm Beach Gardens), 54-46
6A — Bartow (Bartow) def. Mater Academy Charter (Hialeah Gardens), 72-45
5A — Pembroke Pines Charter (Pembroke Pines) def. Choctawhatchee (Fort Walton Beach), 83-68
4A — Pine Crest (Fort Lauderdale) def. Santa Fe (Alachua), 90-83
3A — Calvary Christian Academy (Fort Lauderdale) def. Bishop McLaughlin Catholic (Spring Hill), 85-76
2A — Orlando Christian Prep (Orlando) def. Impact Christian Academy (Jacksonville), 51-32
1A — Wildwood def. Central (Milton), 66-46

Georgia
AAAAAAA — Milton def. Berkmar (Lilburn), 52-47
AAAAAA — Wheeler (Marietta) def. Kell (Marietta), 71-61
AAAAA — Eagle's Landing (McDonough) def. Tri-Cities (East Point), 81-69
AAAA — Baldwin (Milledgeville) def. Fayette County (Fayetteville), 54-53
AAA — Cross Creek (Augusta) def. Sandy Creek (Tyrone), 57-49
AA — Pace Academy (Atlanta) def. Columbia (Decatur), 73-42
Private A — Mount Pisgah Christian (Johns Creek) def. Holy Innocents Episcopal (Atlanta), 43-41
Public A — Towns County (Hiawassee) def. Hancock Central (Sparta), 64-60
GISA A — Oak Mountain Academy (Carrollton) def. Twiggs Academy (Jeffersonville), 66-54
GISA AA — Solid Rock Academy (Riverdale) def. Robert Toombs Christian Academy (Lyons), 83-68
GISA AAA — John Milledge Academy (Milledgeville) def. Creekside Christian Academy (McDonough), 60-55

Hawaii
No season

Idaho
5A — Meridian def. Lake City (Coeur d'Alene), 68-54
4A — Middleton def. Preston, 47-45
3A — Marsh Valley (Arimo) def. McCall-Donnelly (McCall), 58-51
2A — St. Maries def. The Ambrose School (Meridian), 51-50
1A DI — Lapwai def. Riverstone International (Boise), 82-60
1A DII — Garden Valley def. Dietrich, 88-76

Illinois
No state playoffs

Indiana
4A — Carmel def. Lawrence North (Indianapolis), 51-46
3A — Silver Creek (Sellersburg, Ind.) def. Leo, 50-49
2A — Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian def. Parke Heritage (Rockville), 55-40
1A — Barr-Reeve (Montgomery) def. Kouts, 64-48

Iowa
4A — Waukee def. Johnston, 61-50
3A — Pella def. Ballard (Huxley), 68-59
2A — Western Christian (Hull) def. Boyden-Hull (Hull), 56-50
1A — Montezuma def. North Linn (Troy Mills), 44-41

Kansas
6A — Blue Valley North (Overland Park) def. Haysville Campus (Wichita), 67-59
5A — Maize def. West (Topeka), 55-43
4A — Bishop Miege (Shawnee Mission) def. Louisburg, 94-40
3A — Hesston def. Galena, 45-36
2A — Hillsboro def. Wabaunsee (Alma), 59-50
1A D1 — Olpe def. South Gray (Montezuma), 54-47
1A D2 — Hanover def. Elyria Christian (McPherson), 52-40

Kentucky
Sweet 16 — Highlands (Fort Thomas) def. Elizabethtown, 79-60
KCAA — Trinity Christian Academy (Lexington) def. Community Christian Academy (Independence), 52-46

Louisiana
5A — Zachary def. Natchitoches Central (Natchitoches), 63-57
4A — Eleanor McMain (New Orleans) def. Carver Collegiate Academy (New Orleans), 49-48
3A — Madison Prep Academy (Baton Rouge) def. St. Martinville, 52-47
2A — Port Allen def. Rayville, 59-45
1A — Arcadia def. White Castle, 51-38
B — Simsboro def. Anacoco, 56-53
C — Simpson def. Ebarb (Noble), 73-65
Div. 1 — St. Augustine (New Orleans) def. Scotlandville (Baton Rouge), 47-44
Div. 2 — St. Thomas More (Lafayette) def. University Lab (Baton Rouge), 60-39
Div. 3 — Dunham (Baton Rouge) def. Newman (New Orleans), 52-48
Div. 4 — Crescent City Christian (Metairie) def. Calvary Baptist Academy (Shreveport), 59-49
Div. 5 — Jehovah-Jireh (Baton Rouge) def. Family Christian (Baton Rouge), 60-57

Maine
No state playoffs

Maryland
No state playoffs

Massachusetts
No state playoffs

Michigan
Div. 1 — Grand Blanc def. Huron (Ann Arbor), 45-36
Div. 2 — Catholic Central (Grand Rapids) def. Pennfield (Battle Creek), 77-54
Div. 3 — Beecher (Flint) def. Iron Mountain, 75-47
Div. 4 — Douglass (Detroit) def. Tri-Unity Christian (Wyoming), 47-41

Minnesota
Class AAAA — Wayzata (Plymouth) def. Cretin-Derham Hall (St. Paul), 75-61
Class AAA — Minnehaha Academy (Minneapolis) def. Alexandria, 80-29
Class AA — Waseca def. Caledonia, 51-49
Class A — Hayfield def. Hancock, 61-60

Mississippi
6A — Clinton def. Starkville, 56-51
5A — Holmes County Central (Lexington) def. Lake Cormorant, 64-58
4A — Lanier (Jackson) def. Raymond, 64-48
3A — St. Andrew's Episcopal (Ridgeland) def. Booneville, 59-32
2A — Coahoma County (Clarksdale) def. Newton, 46-40
1A — Biggersville (Corinth) def. Ingomar (New Albany), 47-46
MAIS A — Delta Streets Academy (Greenwood) def. Riverdale, 74-47
MAIS AA — Greenville Christian (Greenville, Miss.) def. St. Joseph (Greenville), 70-57
MAIS AAA — Clinton Christian Academy (Clinton) def. Bowling Green, 58-56
MAIS AAAA — Hartfield Academy (Flowood) def. Starkville Academy (Starkville), 45-20
MAIS AAAAA — Madison-Ridgeland Academy (Madison) def. Jackson Prep (Jackson), 59-38
MAIS Overall — Madison Ridgeland def. Greenville Christian, 77-72

Missouri
Class 6 — Kickapoo (Springfield) def. Liberty, 71-62
Class 5 — Cardinal Ritter College Prep (St. Louis) def. Bolivar, 66-56
Class 4 — Vashon (St. Louis) def. Westminster Christian (St. Louis), 59-46
Class 3 — Hartville def. Monroe City, 43-35
Class 2 — Campbell def. Salisbury, 67-50
Class 1 — South Iron (Annapolis) def. Mound City, 69-50

Montana
AA — Skyview (Billings) def. Great Falls, 62-60
A — Billings Central Catholic (Billings) def. Beaverhead County (Dillon), 49-39
B — Lodge Grass def. Manhattan, 64-47
C — Scobey def. Twin Bridges, 64-27

Nebraska
A — Millard North (Omaha) def. Bellevue West (Bellevue), 84-78
B — Beatrice def. Elkhorn, 36-34
C1 — Auburn def. Adams Central (Hastings), 41-33
C2 — Grand Island Central Catholic def. Yutan, 55-34
D1 — Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family (Humphrey) def. Howells-Dodge (Howells), 52-47
D2 — Sacred Heart (Falls City) def. Parkview Christian (Lincoln), 64-47

Nevada
No season

New Hampshire
Div. 1 — Bishop Guertin (Nashua) def. Winnacunnet (Hampton), 42-35
Div. 2 — Lebanon def. Pelham, 40-33
Div. 3 — Gilford def. Hopkinton (Contoocook), 41-40
Div. 4 — Woodsville def. Portsmouth Christian Academy (Dover), 52-30

New Jersey
No state playoffs

New Mexico
Spring season
5A —
4A —
3A —
2A —
1A —

New York
No state playoffs

North Carolina
4A — Millbrook (Raleigh) def. Ardrey Kell (Charlotte), 67-65
3A — Weddington (Matthews) def. Northwood (Pittsboro), 57-46
2A — Farmville Central (Farmville) def. Hendersonville, 113-98
1A — Wilson Preparatory Academy (Wilson) def. Lincoln Charter (Denver), 66-58
NCISAA 1A — Victory Christian Center (Charlotte) def. United Faith Christian Academy (Charlotte), 65-51
NCISAA 2A — The Burlington School (Burlington) def. Northwood Temple Academy (Fayetteville), 72-52
NCISAA 3A — Asheville Christian Academy (Swannanoa) def. Gaston Christian (Gastonia), 74-68
NCISAA 4A — Cannon (Concord) def. Carmel Christian (Matthews), 94-85
NCCSA 2A — Berean Baptist Academy (Fayetteville) def. Liberty Christian (Durham), 93-70
NCCSA 1A — Shining Light Academy (Greensboro) def. Tabernacle Christian (Hickory), 74-67

North Dakota
A — West Fargo def. Minot, 65-60

Ohio
Div. 1 — Centerville def. Westerville Central (Westerville), 43-42
Div. 2 — St. Vincent-St. Mary (Akron) def. St. Francis de Sales (Toledo), 72-50
Div. 3 — Lutheran East (Cleveland Heights) def. Worthington Christian (Worthington), 61-56
Div. 4 — Botkins def. Columbus Grove, 60-44

Oklahoma
6A — Del City def. Edmond Memorial (Edmond), 47-44
5A — Carl Albert (Midwest City) def. MacArthur (Lawton), 72-49
4A — Kingfisher def. Heritage Hall (Oklahoma City), 48-40
3A — Crossings Christian (Oklahoma City) def. Beggs, 51-49
2A — Oklahoma Union (South Coffeyville) def. Howe, 64-54
1A — Hydro-Eakly (Hydro) def. Garber, 48-43
B — Varnum (Seminole) def. Roff, 61-56

Oregon
Spring season
6A —
5A —
4A —
3A —
2A —
1A —

Pennsylvania
6A — Reading def. Archbishop Wood (Warminster), 58-57
5A — Cathedral Prep (Erie) def. Archbishop Ryan (Philadelphia), 69-49
4A — Allentown Central Catholic def. Hickory (Hermitage), 41-40
3A — Loyalsock Township (Williamsport) def. Brookville, 75-53
2A — Our Lady of the Sacred Heart (Coraopolis) def. Constitution (Philadelphia), 62-49
1A — Nativity BVM (Pottsville) def. Berlin Brothersvalley (Berlin), 51-47

Rhode Island
Division 1 — Bishop Hendricken (Warwick) def. Classical (Providence), 60-51
Division 2 — Portsmouth def. Burrillville (Harrisville), 51-36
Division 3 — Times Squared Academy (Providence) def. Blackstone Valley Prep (Cumberland), 60-54

South Carolina
5A — River Bluff (Lexington) def. Dorman (Roebuck), 57-45
4A — South Pointe (Rock Hill) def. Hilton Head, 52-50
3A — Marlboro County (Bennettsville) def. Seneca, 71-60
2A — Christ Church Episcopal (Greenville) def. Wade Hampton (Hampton), 58-49
1A — Southside Christian (Simpsonville) def. Scott's Branch (Summerton), 66-45
SCISA AAA — Trinity-Byrnes (Darlington) def. Porter-Gaud (Charleston), 63-54
SCISA AA — Spartanburg Christian Academy (Spartanburg) def. Dillon Christian (Dillon), 68-54
SCISA A — Anderson Christian (Anderson) def. Newberry Academy (Newberry), 79-61

South Dakota
AA — Roosevelt (Sioux Falls) def. O'Gorman (Sioux Falls), 60-37
A — Sioux Falls Christian (Sioux Falls) def. Sioux Valley (Volga), 84-50
B — DeSmet def. Aberdeen Christian (Aberdeen), 59-43

Tennessee
AAA — Houston (Germantown) def. Cane Ridge (Nashville), 62-43
AA — Greeneville def. Jackson South Side (Jackson), 47-46
A — Clay County (Celina) def. Memphis Academy of Health Sciences (Memphis), 62-52
Division 2 AA — Montgomery Bell Academy (Nashville) def. Brentwood Academy (Brentwood), 72-51
Division 2 A — Goodpasture Christian (Madison) def. Christ Presbyterian Academy (Nashville), 60-50

Texas
6A — Duncanville def. Westlake (Austin), 66-53
5A — Beaumont United (Beaumont) def. Kimball (Dallas), 71-70
4A — Argyle def. Hargrave (Huffman), 49-30
3A — Cole (San Antonio) def. Tatum, 77-60
2A — Clarendon def. Grapeland (Grapeland, Texas), 64-60
1A — Texline def. Slidell, 54-53
TAPPS 6A — Antonian Prep (San Antonio) def. Bishop Lynch (Dallas), 73-57
TAPPS 5A — The Woodlands Christian Academy (The Woodlands) def. Fort Worth Christian (North Richland Hills), 60-47
TAPPS 4A — Westbury Christian (Houston) def. Trinity Christian (Lubbock), 97-93
TAPPS 3A — Alpha Omega Academy (Huntsville) def. Midland Classical Academy (Midland), 31-26
TAPPS 2A — Grace Christian (Houston) def. Kingdom Prep Academy (Lubbock),  59-48
TAPPS 1A — Covenant Academy (Cypress) def. Faustina Academy (Irving), 50-37
TCAF Div. 1 — Newman International Academy (Cedar Hill) def. Chisholm Trail Academy (Keene), 75-43
TCAF Div. 2 — Memorial Christian Academy (Killeen) def. Harvest Christian Academy (Bartonville), 54-44
TCAL 1A — Still Creek Christian (Bryan) def. Town East Christian (San Antonio, Texas), 43-30

Utah
6A — Davis (Kaysville) def. Westlake (Saratoga Springs), 60-55
5A — Lehi def. Farmington, 61-57
4A — Cedar (Cedar City) def. Desert Hills (St. George), 64-59
3A — Juab (Nephi) def. San Juan (Blanding), 54-50
2A — Layton Christian Academy (Layton) def. Enterprise, 60-53
1A — Panguitch def. Wendover, 56-42

Vermont
No state playoffs

Virginia
6A — Centreville (Clifton) def. Potomac (Dumfries), 63-49
5A — Stone Bridge (Ashburn) def. Green Run (Virginia Beach), 86-78
4A — Smithfield def. Handley (Winchester), 61-54
3A — Hopewell def. Abingdon, 58-55
2A — Union [Appalachia/Powell Valley] (Appalachia) def. East Rockingham (Elkton), 62-47
1A — McCluer (Buena Vista) def. Altavista Combined School (Altavista), 56-39
VISAA Div. 1 — Cape Henry Collegiate (Virginia Beach) def. Catholic (Virginia Beach), 58-48
VISAA Div. 2 — Blue Ridge (St. George) def. Norfolk Collegiate (Norfolk), 68-37
VISAA Div. 3 — Fairfax Christian (Vienna) def. Word of Life Academy (Springfield), 73-69

Washington
Spring season
4A —
3A —
2A —
1A —
2B —
1B —

West Virginia
Spring season
AAA —
AA —
A —

Wisconsin
Div. 1 — Wauwatosa East (Wauwatosa) def. Kimberly, 62-44
Div. 2 — Pewaukee def. Onalaska, 54-37
Div. 3 — St. Catherine's (Racine) def. Lake Country Lutheran (Hartland), 68-49
Div. 4 — Lourdes (Oshkosh) def. The Prairie School (Racine), 43-41
Div. 5 — Hustisford def. McDonell Central (Chippewa Falls), 69-35

Wyoming
4A — Central (Cheyenne) def. Thunder Basin (Gillette), 55-40
3A — Worland def. Mountain View, 55-49
2A — Rocky Mountain (Cowley) def. Big Piney, 53-42
1A — Upton def. Saratoga, 69-54
OFFICIAL/AVCA Players of the Week - OFFICIAL
MaxPreps/AVCA Players of the Week
MaxPreps/AVCA High School Players of the Week
For the week of Sept. 28- Oct. 4

Alabama
Tatum Beech, Spanish Fort
5-foot-7 | Senior | S
22 sets played last week
Assists: 210
Assists/Game: 9.54
Team Hitting%: 0.261
Digs: 43
Digs/Game: 1.96
Aces: 10
Blocks: 5


Arizona
Senior | OH
10 sets played
Kills: 58
Kills/Game: 5.8
Digs: 21
Digs/Game: 2.1
Receptions: 28
Rcpt/Game: 2.8
Aces: 3
Blocks: 3


Arkansas
Lexie Dale, Southside (Batesville)
Junior | OH
6 sets played
Assists: 67
Assists/Game: 11.17
Team Hitting%: 0.435
Digs: 10
Digs/Game: 1.67
Aces: 4
Blocks: 2

Florida
Audrey Koenig, Bishop McLaughlin Catholic (Spring Hill)
6-3 | Senior | OH/RS
14 sets played

Kills: 93
Kills/Game: 6.64
Digs: 41
Digs/Game: 2.93
Receptions: 80
Rcpt/Game: 5.71
Aces: 5
Blocks: 6

Georgia

5-11 | Senior | OH/MB
10 sets played
Kills: 54
Kills/Game: 5.4
Digs: 46
Digs/Game: 4.6
Receptions: 32
Rcpt/Game: 3.2
Aces: 7
Blocks: 2


Idaho

Gabby Hicks, Sandpoint
5-10 | Senior | OH
6 sets played
Kills: 24
Kills/Game: 4
Digs: 20
Digs/Game: 3.3
Receptions: 27
Rcpt/Game: 4.5
Aces: 4
Blocks: 1


Indiana

6-1 | Junior | OH
20 sets played
Kills: 116
Kills/Game: 5.8
Digs: 58
Digs/Game: 2.9
Receptions: 50
Rcpt/Game: 2.5
Aces: 15
Blocks: 25


Kansas

6-1 | Senior | OH
16 sets played
Kills: 116
Kills/Game: 7.25
Digs: 53
Digs/Game: 3.31
Receptions: 87
Rcpt/Game: 5.44
Aces: 11
Blocks: 4


Kentucky

Senior | S
15 sets played
Assists: 165
Assists/Game: 11
Team Hitting%: 0.188
Digs: 28
Digs/Game: 1.867
Aces: 13


Louisiana
5-8 | Junior | S
14 sets played
Assists: 133
Assists/Game: 9.5
Team Hitting%: 0.234
Digs: 51
Digs/Game: 3.64
Aces: 3
Blocks: 5


Michigan
5-11 | Senior | S
12 sets played
Assists: 133
Assists/Game: 11.08
Team Hitting%: 0.380
Digs: 21
Digs/Game: 1.75
Aces: 8


Mississippi
Senior | S
19 sets played
Assists: 144
Assists/Game: 7.58
Team Hitting%: 0.238
Digs: 22
Digs/Game: 1.16
Aces: 16
Blocks: 5

Missouri
5-9 | Senior | MB
12 sets played
Kills: 87
Kills/Game: 7.25
Digs: 28
Digs/Game: 2.33
Receptions: 78
Rcpt/Game: 6.5
Aces: 3
Blocks: 5


Montana
5-8 | Senior | S
3 sets played
Assists: 28
Assists/Game: 9.33
Team Hitting%: 0.265
Digs: 9
Digs/Game: 3

Nebraska
5-10 | Senior
13 sets played
Kills: 79
Kills/Game: 6.08
Digs: 68
Digs/Game: 5.23
Receptions: 19
Rcpt/Game: 1.46
Blocks: 12

New Hampshire

5-10 | Freshman | OH/MH
7 sets played
Kills: 24
Kills/Game: 3.43
Digs: 18
Digs/Game: 2.57
Receptions: 24
Rcpt/Game: 3.43
Aces: 4
Blocks: 1


North Carolina

Senior | OPP
7 sets played
Kills: 53
Kills/Game: 7.57
Digs: 21
Digs/Game: 3
Receptions: 16
Rcpt/Game: 2.29
Aces: 5
Blocks: 1


North Dakota
Freshman | OH/MH
3 sets played
Kills: 13
Kills/Game: 4.33
Digs: 16
Digs/Game: 5.33
Receptions: 12
Rcpt/Game: 4
Blocks: 1


Ohio

Emily Baker, Troy Christian (Troy)
5-11 | Junior | OH/RS
17 sets played
Kills: 102
Kills/Game: 6
Digs: 41
Digs/Game: 2.41
Receptions: 30
Rcpt/Game: 1.76
Aces: 10
Blocks: 3


Oklahoma
6-3 | Junior
6 sets played
Kills: 25
Kills/Game: 4.17
Digs: 23
Digs/Game: 3.83
Receptions: 7
Rcpt/Game: 1.17
Aces: 6
Blocks: 6


Pennsylvania
5-7 | Senior | OH
11 sets played
Kills: 55
Kills/Game: 5
Digs: 28
Digs/Game: 2.54
Receptions: 48
Rcpt/Game: 4.36
Aces: 3
Blocks: 5


South Carolina
Emmy Rollins, West Florence (Florence)
6-0 | Senior | OH/MH/DS
10 sets played
Kills: 62
Kills/Game: 6.2
Digs: 26
Digs/Game: 2.6
Receptions: 33
Rcpt/Game: 3.3
Aces: 4
Blocks: 6


South Dakota
Adisyn Indahl, Burke
5-6 | Sophomore | OH
9 sets played
Kills: 38
Kills/Game: 4.2
Digs: 28
Digs/Game: 3.1
Receptions: 29
Rcpt/Game: 3.22
Aces: 7


Tennessee
Jordan Moore, Munford
Senior
12 sets played
Kills: 53
Kills/Game: 4.42
Digs: 32
Digs/Game: 2.67
Receptions: 41
Rcpt/Game: 3.42
Aces: 5
Blocks: 17


Texas
6-0 | Junior | OH/DS
9 sets played
Kills: 54
Kills/Game: 6
Digs: 42
Digs/Game: 4.67
Receptions: 55
Rcpt/Game: 6.11
Aces: 7
Blocks: 5


Utah
Lauren Jardine, Lone Peak (Highland)
Senior | OH
8 sets played
Kills: 46
Kills/Game: 5.75
Digs: 29
Digs/Game: 3.63
Receptions: 39
Rcpt/Game: 4.88
Aces: 3
Blocks: 4

West Virginia
Rachel Simon, Wheeling Park (Wheeling)
5-10 | Senior | MH/DS/OH
18 sets played
Kills: 55
Kills/Game: 3.06
Digs: 68
Digs/Game: 3.78
Receptions: 73
Rcpt/Game: 4.06
Aces: 3
Blocks: 33


Wisconsin
Brooke Mosher, Waterloo
6-0 | Senior | S/OH
15 sets played
Kills: 87
Kills/Game: 5.8
Digs: 47
Digs/Game: 3.13
Receptions: 15
Rcpt/Game: 1
Aces: 11
Blocks: 10

Wyoming
Sophomore | OH
9 sets played
Kills: 25
Kills/Game: 2.78
Digs: 59
Digs/Game: 6.56
Receptions: 46
Rcpt/Game: 5.11
Aces: 2
Blocks: 3


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