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Quinton Campbell, Cliff Alexander come up big in wins

American Family Insurance ALL-USA Performacnes of the Week



Cliff Alexander, pictured during a game at last summer's Nike EYBL, was a force at the Spalding Hoophall Classic. / Damen Jackson, AP

Union, Miss., forward Quinton Campbell put up 56 points Friday night and his team needed nearly all of them to defeat Enterprise 87-79 in overtime.

"That's the most I have ever seen someone score in a game," Union Coach Scott Thomas told the Neshoba Democrat. "I had someone score 52 again me once when I was at Choctaw Central.”

Campbell, a junior forward, helped his team outscore Enterprise 14-6 in the overtime period.


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Campbell leads the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Performances of the Week. The rest of the top performances:

Cliff Alexander, boys basketball, Curie, Chicago
Senior center, who has signed with Kansas, scored 24 of his 30 points in the second half and had 18 rebounds as his No. 7 Condors defeated No. 1 Montverde (Fla.) Academy in the Spalding Hoophall Classic in Springfield, Mass., on Monday.

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Brady Baer, boys basketball, Akron, Colo.
Senior guard scored 55 points, including 11 three-pointers, in a 89-57 defeat of Merino on Saturday. He is averaging 29.9 points a game this season.

Meg Ellias, girls basketball, Mellen, Wis.
Senior guard had a career-high 43 points with 12 rebounds and six steals in a 58-48 defeat of Wakefield-Marenisco (Wakefield, Mich.) on Thursday.

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Liza Fruendt, girls basketball, Batavia, Ill.
Senior guard, who is headed to Missouri State, scored a career-high and school-record 51 points in a 75-68 defeat of Geneva on Friday.

Nick Hart, wrestling, Imperial, Calif.
Went 5-0 at 108 pounds in a meet this past weekend at the Frankie Ramos Memorial meet in El Centro, with all his wins by pin.

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Josh Reed, boys basketball, Arlee, Mont.
Senior forward scored 30 points in  a 70-63 loss at Charlo on Friday and 33 against Two Eagle (Pablo) in a 77-32 win on Saturday.

Luis Rodriguez, boys basketball, East Longmeadow, Mass.
Senior guard, who recently scored his 1,000th career point,  scored 25 of his 35 points in the second half of a 61-58 defeat of West Springfield on Monday.

Norma Waggett, girls basketball, Saugus, Mass.
The senior guard had 48 points and 17 rebounds in a 73-66 overtime win at Amesbury on Friday.

A’ja Wilson, girls basketball, Heathwood Hall, Columbia, S.C.
Senior forward scored 43 points and 16 rebounds in an 80-49 defeat of Hammond (Columbia, S.C.) on Tuesday, just a day after scoring 32 points with 14 rebounds in a 62-54 defeat of Carolina Day (Asheville, N.C.).

 

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