Ossining (N.Y.) senior point guard and UConn commit Saniya Chong was left off the McDonald's All-American team, which was somewhat surprising given her numbers this season. Perhaps she'll use it as motivation.
Chong, who is averaging more than 35 points per game this season, scored 25 points in Ossining's win over Mamaroneck on Friday.
For her effort, Chong leads the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Performances of the Week list.
Mikayla Harris, Twin Falls (Idaho)
Harris contributed nine points and 10 rebounds as Twin Falls’ 42-33 victory stunned three-time defending state champion Middleton. The Bruins unexpectedly broke the Vikings 72-game winning streak in the Class 4A state quarterfinals.
Linnae Harper, Whitney Young (Ill.)
Harper posted 19 points, seven rebounds, eight steals and three assists in Whitney Young’s 82-36 win against Oak-Park River Forest in a Class 4A sectional semifinal.
Tasia Foman, Duncanville (Texas)
Foman had 15 points, helping No. 2 Duncanville maintain its perfect record (36-0) in the 5A-Region I bi-district playoffs.
Lamond Murray Jr., Bishop Montgomery (Calif.)
Murray contributed 24 points, 11 rebounds and six steals in a blowout win as Bishop Montgomery defeated Whittier Christian 101-36 in the Division IV-AA CIF Southern Section playoffs.
Stephen Zimmerman, Bishop Gorman (Nev.)
Zimmerman’s 24 points helped the Gaels edge Centennial by two points. The 80-78 win also helped Bishop Gorman crack the USA TODAY Super 25 at No. 25.
Calvin Hermanson, Lake Oswego (Ore.)
In the 68-55 win against West Linn, Hermanson anchored his team with 33 points, helping the Lakers maintain their undefeated (23-0) record.
Justin McKie, Irmo (S.C.)
In a 4A first-round win over Clover, McKie posted 24 points.