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Here are the top performers in high school boys and girls basketball for Jan. 8
Jalal Baydoun, Dearborn Edsel Ford: Scored 26 points, and added eight assists in Edsel Ford’s 70-68 loss to Wyandotte Roosevelt.
Austin Brown, Madison Heights Madison: Finished with 29 points and seven rebounds in Madison’s 50-44 victory over Port Huron.
Cam Caggins, Rochester: Posted a double-double — 22 points and 14 rebounds — in Rochester’s 50-41 loss to Troy Athens.
Keyshawn Devlin, Wyandotte Roosevelt: Scored 28 points in Roosevelt’s defeat of Dearborn Edsel Ford.
William Dunn, Quincy: Dominated with 30 points and 12 rebounds in Quincy’s 55-46 victory over Reading.
Chase Glover-Rodgers, West Bloomfield: Finished with a game-high 23 points in West Bloomfield’s 74-70 win over Oak Park.
Josiah Kenney, Climax-Scotts: Finished with 25 points and seven rebounds in Climax-Scotts’ 85-45 victory over Burr Oak.
Isaiah Lewis, Wayne Memorial: Peppered the stat sheet with 27 points, five assists and five steals in Memorial’s 68-63 win vs. Livonia Stevenson.
Joe Moon IV, Westland John Glenn: Finished with a double-double — 23 points and 10 assists — in John Glenn’s 79-29 victory over Livonia Churchill.
J.T. Morgan, Detroit U-D Jesuit: Totaled 21 points for the Cubs in their 69-62 victory over Orchard Lake St. Mary’s.
Matthew Nicholson, Clarkston: Accumulated a double-double with 19 points and 12 rebounds in Clarkston’s 55-39 win over Troy.
Ryan Rollins, Macomb Dakota: Scored 23 points, 11 rebounds and four assists in Dakota’s 65-59 win against Stevenson (6-2, 3-1 MAC Red).
Julian Roper, Birmingham Detroit Country Day: Had a big night of 24 points in Country Day’s 64-51 victory over Detroit Loyola.
Tariq Shepherd, Farmington: Recorded 19 points in Farmington’s 61-50 defeat of Auburn Hills Avondale.
Nate Talbot, Lake Orion: Dropped 26 points for Lake Orion in the school’s 64-40 victory over Bloomfield Hills.
Trey Townsend, Oxford: Posted a double-double with 25 points and 18 rebounds in Oxford’s 75-65 win vs. Ferndale.
Richard Washington, Clinton Twp. Clintondale: Racked up 26 points, nine rebounds and seven steals in Clintondale’s 57-47 win vs. Warren Lincoln.
Romeo Weems, New Haven: Finished with 36 points in New Haven’s 84-50 victory against Warren Mott.
Kobe Anthony, Auburn Hills Avondale: Scored 19 points in Avondale’s loss at the hands of Farmington (6-2, 4-1 OAA White).
Parker Brady, Fenton: Posted a double-double — 18 points and 12 rebounds — in Fenton’s 61-57 overtime win over Owosso.
Niemer Hamood, Dearborn: Topped all scorers with 16 points in Dearborn’s 84-56 win vs. Livonia Franklin.
Curtis Jackson, Harper Woods: Racked up 18 points and eight assists in Harper Woods’ 72-60 win vs. Hamtramck.
Ronald Jeffery III, New Haven: Compiled a double-double — 17 points and 10 boards — to go along with seven assists in New Haven’s thrashing of Warren Mott.
Rob Johnson, West Bloomfield: Scored 18 points in West Bloomfield’s win vs. Oak Park.
Mak Manciel, Birmingham Detroit Country Day: Scored 19 points in the Yellowjackets’ win vs. Detroit Loyola.
A.J. Massucci, Royal Oak Shrine: Scored a team-high 19 points in Shrine’s 54-52 triumph over Madison Heights Bishop Foley.
Micah Parrish, River Rouge: Scored a game-high 19 points in the Panthers’ 81-49 victory over Detroit Henry Ford Academy: School for Creative Studies.
Mark Tocco, Macomb Dakota: Recorded 18 points, seven assists and two steals in Dakota’s win over Sterling Heights Stevenson.
Joslyn Brennan, St. Clair Shores Lakeview: Nearly recorded a triple-double with 18 points, 14 rebounds and seven blocks in Lakeview’s 50-29 win vs. New Baltimore Anchor Bay.
Cameron Grant, Macomb Dakota: Led all scorers with 20 points in Dakota’s 53-46 loss to Port Huron Northern (7-2, 2-0 MAC Red).
Jenna Lazarski, Gibraltar Carlson: Scored a game-high 23 points in Carlson’s 61-55 defeat of Taylor.
Cheyenne McEvans, Southfield A&T: Logged a double-double — 18 points and 14 boards — to go along with six assists in A&T’s 65-54 win over Birmingham Detroit Country Day.
Sydney Nesbitt, Bay City Western: Recorded a game-high 24 points in Western’s 63-28 victory over Traverse City Central.
Mikaila Proctor, Waterford Mott: Logged a career-high in points with 25 to go along with nine boards in Mott’s 64-40 loss to Walled Lake Western.
Carly Scheblo, Charlotte: Scored 20 points in Charlotte’s 64-31 victory over Lansing Eastern.
Bailey Vissman, Central Montcalm: Logged 21 points in Central Montcalm’s 67-25 victory over Big Rapids.
Morasha Wiggins, Kalamazoo Central: Posted 25 points, eight rebounds and five assists in Central’s 69-10 victory over Portage Northern.
Curtisey Williams, River Rouge: Poured in 25 points in River Rouge’s 57-28 win vs. Henry Ford Academy: School for Creative Studies.
Kendall Zoulek, Shelby: Finished with 22 points, and grabbed 11 rebounds in Shelby’s 52-37 loss to Montague.
DeBraya Edwards, Roseville: Produced a double-double — 14 points and 13 rebounds — in Roseville’s 36-27 win vs. Madison Heights Lamphere.
Anna Fernandez, Plymouth Christian: Topped all scorers with 16 points in Plymouth Christian’s 32-16 win vs. Southfield Christian.
Amanda Roach, Hartland: Led the Eagles’ attack with 15 points in their 51-21 win vs. Northville.
Sarah Wight, Port Huron Northern: Finished with 16 points in Northern’s defeat of Macomb Dakota (5-3, 0-2 MAC Red).
Kendal Zeiter, Troy: Finished with a double-double — 16 points and 10 rebounds — in Troy’s 55-47 loss to Rochester Hills Stoney Creek.
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