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Seeing Double-Double and Other Notable News

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Rivalry games, regional battles, and conference showdowns took place over the past week which brought out the best in numerous prospects.

With added fuel to the fire, a handful of players turned in performances that were off the charts. There were 3-point barrages, consecutive 30-point plus games, and impressive double-doubles which were seen by many including a few reported Division 1 coaches and representatives in attendance at a couple games.

Check out the latest edition of the News and Notes below to get caught up on all the action. And if you missed last week's News and Notes, check it out by clicking here.

Also, some of the top Northwest prospects put their talents on display over the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday, click here to find out who the notable performances and players from the showcases were.

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Washington

Mount Tahoma received a pair of double-double performances from Destin Hick-Armstrong (11 points, 10 rebounds), and AJ Braffith (12 points, 11 rebounds) in a loss to Lincoln.

Richland’s Landon Radliff stuffed the stat sheet going for 19 points, 12 rebounds, nine assists and seven steals in his team’s win over Hanford. Radliff drained six 3-pointers en route to a 26 points effort during his team’s win over Kennewick.

Todd Beamer’s Gio Jackson hit the 30-point mark as his team dropped one to Federal Way. In the win, Federal Way received two double-double performances from Jalen McDaniels (25 points, 12 rebounds) and Christian Jones (13 points, 14 rebounds).

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Woodinville’s Tony Miller kept it going as he scored 26 points a win over Redmond. Miller went for the double-double 20 points and 11 rebounds in a win over Tumwater.

Renton’s Shandon Powell netted 32 points as his team took down Highline at home.

Puyallup’s Tony Gutierrez dropped 25 points in their win over Evergreen.

Wilson’s David Jenkins Jr. was the man yet again as he led the way with 30 points against Capital in their win.

Curtis’ Aushanti Potts-Woods added 28 points to his team’s total which was just enough to get by Puyallup.

Jackson’s Sam Saufferer cashed in 28 points to help his team glide past Mariner.

Everett’s Chris Bell had a polished 27 points for the road win over Marysville-Pilchuck.

Snohomish’s Kyle Sandifer put in 25 points as his team held on for the home win over Monroe.

Newport’s AJ Block ended with 25 points as his team lost one to Bothell.

Redmond’s Kevin Carpenter tossed in a 25 point effort, but it wasn’t enough to get the win against Woodinville.

Kent Meridian’s Romaine Jackson had 26 points as his team knocked off Tahoma.

Lakeside’s Isiah Brown kept his scoring flurry going, going for 43 points in a loss to Franklin and then with 29 points in a win over Nathan Hale.

Timberline’s Erik Stevenson led his team with 29 points in their overtime win against Gig Harbor. Gig Harbor’s Michael Toglia was not to be outdone in the scoring category finishing with 31 points despite his team’s loss.

Bellarmine’s Malachi Flynn put in 26 points of his own against Stadium in his team’s win.

Yelm’s Christian Davis had a monstrous 34 points but it wasn’t enough to hold on for the win against Olympia.

Kamiakin’s Hayden Nelson went large with a 28 point, 12 rebound effort in a loss to Chiawana.

Hanford’s Ben Seaman was a point shy of the the 30-point mark, ending with 29 points in his team’s win over Pasco.

Curlew’s Gunner Brown dropped 20 of his total 33 points in the second half as his team defeated Columbia.

Odessa-Harrington’s Colton Hunt had an all-around performance finishing with 25 points, 10 rebounds, and seven assists.

Newport’s Chayse Frizzel notched a double-double 15 points and 11 rebounds to guide his team past Chewelah.

Colfax’s Chase Burnham was hot from downtown ending with seven 3-pointers and 25 points to get a win over Wilbur-Creston. In the loss, Wilbur-Creston’s Dorian Jaeger rallied for a double-double 14 points 11 rebounds.

Tekoa-Rosalia’s Cooper Angelo led all scorers with 26 points in his team’s loss to Kettle Falls.

Walla Walla’s Noah Porter splashed home 25 points in his team’s loss to Kennewick.

Richland’s Steven Beo reached the 30-point mark as his team defeated Kennewick.

Wenatchee’s Gavin Long paced all scorers with 33 points while also grabbing eight rebounds in his team’s win over Sunnyside. Sunnyside’s Angel Garza finished with a double-double 19 points and 11 rebounds in his team’s loss to Wenatchee.

Connell’s Silas Chase scored 26 points and led the way for his team as they defeated Goldendale.

Kiona-Benton’s Darrel Wheeler put together consecutive 30-point games. Friday night Wheeler had 30 points, 16 rebounds in a win at Royal and then got 31 points while grabbing 16 rebounds in his excellent showing in the win over White Swan. Ki-Be’s Raymond Torres joined his teammate in the double-double category with a 19 points, 11 assist effort.

Royal’s Corbin Christensen had 27 points in his team’s loss to Kiona-Benton.

Liberty Christian’s Chris Kelly put in 19 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the double-double and the win over Pomeroy.

Medical Lake’s Cory Wagner exploded for 41 points, 25 of those points came in the first quarter as his team topped Riverside. Teammate Jaelon Stith added a double-double 17 points and 13 rebounds in the win as well. Stith scored 30 points to back up his double-double performance in a loss to Freeman.

Clarkston’s Tre'von Allen dropped 27 points as his team won in double-digits over West Valley.

Colfax’s Kenton Lyman hit for the double-double 12 points and 10 rebounds as they clipped Kettle Falls.

St. George’s Erik Farias had 10 points and 10 assists for the double-double in his team’s win over Wilbur-Creston.

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague’s Wyatt Roettger enjoyed a big double-double ending with 25 points and 10 rebounds as his squad eased past Reardan. Roettger recorded another double-double 16 points and 10 rebounds despite his team’s loss to Connell.

Garfield-Palouse’s Matt Holbrook was en fuego going for 45 points and seven rebounds as his team beat Oakesdale.

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Seattle Prep’s Collin Welp finished with a double-double 15 points and 10 rebounds as his team held on for a one-point win over Lincoln.

King’s Corey Kispert notched a double-double with 22 points and 10 rebounds in a loss to Kentwood, as the 6-foot-6 junior competed with coaches from Gonzaga, Oregon State, Seattle U and UW in attendance. Kispert has multiple high major offers and interest.

Kentlake’s Kevin Baker had a game-high 19 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in his team’s loss to Timberline.

Auburn Riverside’s Quintin Bethea added 26 points for his team as they dropped their game to Auburn Mountainview.

Sumner’s Seth Carnahan stepped up in a big way going for a double-double 19 points and 11 rebounds to guide his team in an upset win over Peninsula.

Freeman’s Ryan Maine went 6-for-11 from downtown to finish with 29 points as his team took down Medical Lake. Teammate Jack Pauckert added a double-double in the win with 11 points and 10 assists.

Clarkston’s Jett Sobotta was hot from 3-point range going 8-for-10 and ended with 26 points to help his team get by Pullman. Pullman’s Jake Cillay put up a double-double 11 points, 10 rebounds in his team’s loss to top-ranked Clarkston.

Wellpinit’s Brandon Flett was handing out dimes en route to a double-double 16 points and 10 assists as his team cruised by Valley Christian. 

Selkirk’s Jacob Couch contributed a double-double 14 points and 12 rebounds with three steals as his team topped Inchelium.

Montana

Plains’ Ryan Ovitt only missed on one of his seven 3-point attempts to finish with 28 points in a win over Two Eagle River.

Arlee’s Tyler Tanner had 25 points in his team’s dominant win over Charlo. Tanner hit the 25-point mark yet again in their win against Two Eagle River.

Hot Springs’ Trevor Paro added 25 points to his team’s 70 total points as they took down Charlo.

Helena’s Ragen Shein scored 25 points despite his team’s loss to Butte Central.

Joliet’s Matt George topped all scorers with 26 points in his team’s win over Red Lodge.

Drummond’s Mark Estes put in 25 points in their close win over Lincoln.

Arlee’s Justis Haynes finished with a game-high 26 points as his team throttled Two Eagle River.

Troy’s Sean Opland posted a nifty double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds in their win over Eureka.

Livingston’s Ladan Ricketts led all scorers with 25 points in a win past Lewiston.

Lame Deer’s Mountain Weaselbear went over the 30-point mark ending with 33 points in a win over Lodge Grass.

Manhattan’s Alec Nehring hit 30 points in his team’s close loss to Big Timber.

Whitehall’s Braden Larsen put up 28 points to help his squad get past Townsend.

Plenty Coups’ Josh Wilson had a strong outing going for 28 points in his team’s big win over Absarokee. Absarokee’s Rily Livingston tallied 30 points in the loss.

Fairview’s Jon Lebsock had 25 points to lift his team past Bainville.

Polson’s Matthew Rensvold guided his team past Libby courtesy of a 31 points effort

Great Falls’ Brendan Howard added 26 points to his team’s total, but it wasn’t enough to get the win over Helena Capital.

Billings Central’s Jacob Hadley finished with 25 points to help his team knock off Sidney.

Colstrip’s Vallen Spang was the leading scorer with 26 points for his squad in their two-point loss to Huntley Project.

Malta’s Allen Williamson paced his team with 25 points in their win over Shelby.

Simms’ Erik Pschernig had a nice performance scoring 26 points despite his team’s loss to Sunburst.

Brockton’s Randon Bear was atop the scoring category with 26 points as his team beat Circle.

Fairview’s Ben Hardy posted 28 points and led the way for his team’s win over Plentywood.

Ennis’ Jack Knack put up 25 points as his team cruised by Gardiner.

Great Falls Central’s Noah Ambuehl scored 43 of his team’s total 73 points in their one-point win over Heart Butte. Ambuehl capped off his amazing game by hitting a last second game-winning 3-pointer from just inside the half-court line.

Idaho

Highland’s Mason Baker poured in 28 points on an excellent shooting performance (9-for-14 from the field, 9-of-10 from the foul line) to beat Hillcrest.

Preston’s Austin Smellie had a game-high 25 points in a spirited overtime loss to Rigby.

Lakeside’s Bryar Sanchez went for a double-double 16 points and 11 rebounds to go along with three steals in his team’s loss to Coeur d’Alene Charter. Sanchez backed up that solid performance with another one against Clark Fork in an overtime win. Sanchez posted 26 points, 7 rebounds, 8 steals and four assists to lift his team in the tight battle.

Kootenai’s freshman Gage Maitland splashed home nine 3-pointers en route to a 31 point game as his team won on the road against Mullan.

Timberline’s Josh Clayton notched a double-double with 10 points and 13 rebounds in his team’s loss to Mountain View. Clayton was in double-double fashion yet again (11 points, 10 rebounds) in a loss to Boise.

Kuna’s Kyler Ray posted a double-double 10 points and 12 rebounds to help his team hang on for the win over Bishop Kelly.

Coeur d’Alene’s Joey Naccarato had a huge game to help take down Lake City. Naccarato capped off the performance with 23 points and 14 rebounds while going 13-for-14 from the charity stripe.

Buhl’s Hayden Eckert and his team dismantled Gooding behind his 31 point effort in their win. Teammate Michael Lively finished with a double-double 17 points and 15 rebounds.

Gooding’s Clancy Cockerham registered 25 points despite his team’s loss to Buhl.

Raft River’s Kayden Hitt was the top scorer ending with 26 points in his team’s win over Glenns Ferry.

Twin Falls Christian’s Elijah Bolyard had a big game going for 29 points and eight rebounds in his team’s win over Community School.

Leodore’s Wyatt Stocks went the double-double route ending with 22 points and 11 rebounds to get by Mackay.

Mackay’s Caleb Green scored 25 points, but it wasn’t enough to get his team the win against Leodore.

Fruitland’s Tyler Eiguren had himself a double-double 19 points and 10 rebounds in his team’s close win over Payette.

Sandpoint’s Davan Norris set a new career-high for himself going for 35 points in a win over Moscow.

Minico’s Matthew Brumley was the leading man going for 25 points and nine rebounds in a win over Pocatello.

Hansen’s Dalton Colson tossed in a double-double performance going for 22 points and 15 rebounds in their win over Lighthouse Christian.

Utah

Viewmont’s Ben Barrett tallied more rebounds than points in his double-double 15 points, 16 rebounds to help his team get the win by one-point over Layton.

Davis’ Jarett Garner posted a game-high 26 points to help his team slide past Granger.

Weber’s Grant Ellison was two-points shy of the 30-point mark with 28 as his team defeated Roy.

Viewmont’s Sean Giovannoni put up a double-double 13 points and 12 rebounds in their loss toe Syracuse.

Davis’ Ben Rigby was a force on the glass pulling down 16 boards in their narrow loss to Layton.

Syracuse’s Kalvin Mudrow tallied his seventh straight double-double on the season going for 22 points and 11 rebounds while also dishing out eight assists in a win over Viewmont.

Highland’s Rick Schmidt scored 25 points as his team got by Box Elder.

Oregon

Clackamas’ Elijah Gonzales poured in 31 points to help his team knock off Central Catholic.

West Linn’s Payton Pritchard had another impressive showing with a 28 point performance. Pritchard shined bright yet again going for 30 points and nine assists in his team’s win over Canby.

North Lake’s Nathan Gilbert had a huge game going for 31 points and 10 rebounds as his double-double propelled his team past Prospect.

Sprague’s Teagun Quitoriano dropped 30 points in his team’s win over Forest Grove.

Jesuit’s Malcolm Porter scored 25 points as his team took down Aloha.

Tigard’s Luke Smith led his team in scoring with 26 points, 17 of his points came in the second half as they defeated their rival Tualatin.

Tualatin’s Luke Osborn had a game-high 31 points in his team’s loss to Tigard.

Summit’s Cam Baker notched a game-high 21 points and finished with 12 rebound as well for the double-double in his team’s win over The Dalles.

Wyoming

Evanston’s Brock Ehlers eclipsed the 30-point mark finishing with 32 points while grabbing six rebounds as his team beat Jackson.

Green River’s Hunter Spartz had a double-double 11 points and 12 rebound as his team took down Laramie.

Natrona’s Drew Switzer had a big game going for 32 points and six rebounds in a win over Sheridan.

Riverton’s Teron Doebele posted a double-double 22 points and 12 rebounds in a win over Lander Valley.

East’s Erik Oliver had 30 points and 10 rebounds for an excellent double-double and the win over Rock Springs. Oliver went for 27 points and added eight boards in another win this time against Fruita Monument.

Gillette’s Kain Morehead posted back-to-back double-doubles. Morehead went for 25 points and 13 rebounds in a win over Rapid City Central, then put up 19 points and 11 rebounds in a win to top Stevens.

Sheridan’s Blake Godwin lit things up with 26 points to help his team get the win over Green River.

South’s Isaiah Dicks scored over 30 points in back-to-back games resulting in two straight wins as well. First, Dicks finished with 35 points and seven rebounds against Riverton. Then, Dicks followed that up with a 32 point, seven rebound effort to top Natrona.

Cody’s Parker Shreve had a 25 point night against Lovell in a win.

Lander Valley’s Jayson Simpson scored 25 points and handed out three assists in a loss to Wyoming Indian.

Lovell’s Nic Haskell had a big double-double 24 points and 14 rebounds to guide his team past Thermopolis.

Buffalo’s Trey Schroefel splashed home 28 points in a win over Cody. Schroefel had another big scoring night going for 32 points, but also handed out seven assists in a win over Lander Valley.

Glenrock’s Johnathon Finch was in double-double fashion in his team’s win over Wright. Finch had 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Worland’s Hoyt Nicholas netted 32 points in his team’s win over Powell. Nicholas led his team in scoring again with 26 points as they defeated Powell again.  

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