Triple-Doubles and Back To Back Big Games
It was a jam-packed week filled with stellar performances from the region’s top players. Some of the best prospects are showing that they are capable of stringing together multiple big games and are not just a flash in the pan.
We saw yet another 50-point performance in Washington, while Idaho provided two triple-doubles with one involving steals, and in Oregon a big commitment was announced. Not to mention a plethora of double-doubles across the board in every state. Things are really starting to heat up with conference play taking place.
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Mountain View’s Damen Thacker capped off his performance against Rocky Mountain with a game-high 25 points in his team’s two-point victory.
Horseshoe Bend’s Gavin Miller had himself a game going for 27 points, 11 assists and eight rebounds to help his team get by Victory.
Coeur d’Alene’s Brody Lundblad messed around and ended up with a triple-double. Lundblad led his team over Moses Lake with 23 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. Teammate Joey Naccarato finished with a crisp double-double 28 points and 11 rebounds.
Christian Center’s David Hansen registered a rather unique triple-double going for 13 points, 10 rebounds and 11 steals. Teammates Luke Ryssel (17 points, 11 rebounds) and Elijah Blake (10 points, 13 rebounds) chipped in double-doubles in their collective win against Covenant Christian.
Camas County’s Erick Peterson notched a double-double 19 points and 12 rebounds despite his team’s loss to Richland.
Lewiston’s Trystan Bradley scored 30 points in the first half to help his team beat Lakeland.
Lighthouse Christian’s Bryce Kostelecky finished with a double-double 19 points and 12 rebounds to get by Twin Falls Christian. Kostelecky put up a double-double prior this win against Murtaugh with 18 points and 12 rebounds.
Dietrich’s Garrett Astle led his team with a double-double 26 points and 10 rebounds to get the victory over Declo. Astle added another double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds to defeat Valley in Salt Lake City at Vivant Smart Home Arena.
Garden Valley’s Zach Johnson had 27 points in his team’s loss to Salmon River.
Kellogg’s Toby Colburn ended with a double-double 16 points and 12 rebounds in his team’s close win over Lakeland.
Sandpoint’s Davan Norris popped off for 26 points and and eight rebounds to lift his Bulldog team past Timberlake.
Salmon River’s Canyon Harper led the way with a double-double 17 points and 11 rebounds to help get a win over Garden Valley.
Kootenai’s Anthony Keough enjoyed a double-double 10 points and 10 rebounds as his team knocked off Clark Fork at home.
Clark Fork’s Dylan Roper had 10 points and 10 rebounds as well in his team’s loss to Kootenai. Roper went on to finish with another double-double (14 points, 10 rebounds) in his team’s loss to North Idaho Christian.
West Side’s Peyton Brown posted 25 points in his team’s loss to Rich County (Utah) at home.
Leadore’s Logan Ramsey scored 27 points in his team’s loss to Challis.
Kuna’s Kyler Ray led his team with 25 points to help get by Skyview in a 10-point victory.
Weiser’s Alberto Sanchez was busy and ended with a double-double 18 points, 10 rebounds in their win over Payette.
Bonners Ferry’s Caleb Harrington had 28 points to help his squad defeat Coeur d’Alene.
Preston’s Austin Smellie finished with 25 points in his team’s win over Century.
Wood River’s Cade Schott splashed eight 3-pointers on his way to a 33 point performance to get a road win over Canyon Ridge.
Hansen’s Dalton Colston had a game-high 25 points to top Murtaugh.
Loyola's Parker Davis put together a double-double 17 points and 10 rebounds as his team cruised past St. Ignatius.
Darby’s Zach McCrossin cashed in 25 of his 33 total points in the second half for this team as they dropped one to Drummond.
St. Regis’ Brock Cantrell-Field had another nice showing, this time going for 39 points despite his team’s loss to Two Eagle River.
Glacier’s Taden Gillman totaled 28 points in his team’s loss to Post Falls (ID).
Thompson Falls’ Train Hoisington shot his way to 26 total points to get the win over Corvallis.
Billings West’s Braydon Deming scored 26 points and lifted his team past Billings Senior.
Charlo’s Jade Smith posted a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds as his squad took down Darby.
Plains’ Ryan Ovitt netted 25 points in a close loss to Hot Springs.
Ronan’s Ezekial Misa posted 33 points which was good for more than half of his team’s total as they took down Troy.
Livingston’s Ladan Ricketts ended with 25 points to guide his team past Butte Central.
Lame Deer’s Troy Red Sleeves scored 28 points as his team lost in close fashion to Colstrip.
Colstrip’s Vallen Spang matched opponent Troy Red Sleeves with 28 points himself to help his team get the win over Lame Deer.
Whitehall’s Braden Larsen capped off his game with 29 points to get the close win over Manhattan.
Frazer’s Jayson Jackson put in 26 points as his team cruised past Nashua.
Plenty Coups’ Josh Wilson had 25 points as his team went over the centennial mark to defeat Bridger.
Miles City’s Gavin Gundlach lifted his team past Billings Senior in a one-point win by going for a game-high 26 points.
Power’s Chase Rossmiller put in 26 points to help his team cruise past Dutton-Brady.
Woods Cross’ Trevin Knell poured in 28 points to get the win over East.
Syracuse’s Kalvin Mudrow packed the stat sheet going for 14 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists in a win over Granger. Mudrow went on to have another double-double showing against Layton as he scored 14 points and grabbed 13 rebounds despite his team’s loss.
Weber’s Grant Ellison hit the 30-point mark against Northridge in his team’s win. Teammate Spencer Campbell finished with a double-double 10 points and 10 rebounds while dishing out eight assists also in the win.
Sky View’s Jake Hendricks knocked down four 3-pointers on his way to a 25 point game to help his team defeat Mountain Crest.
Logan’s Rylan Jones drained five 3-pointers to finish with 29 points as his team took down Morgan.
Natrona’s Drew Switzer had himself a big game and finished with 33 points to get the win over Sheridan.
East’s Erik Oliver posted a nice double-double ending with 30 points and 10 rebounds to get by Rock Springs.
Sheridan’s Blake Goodwin cashed in 26 points to go along with eight rebounds in their win over Green River.
South’s Isaiah Dicks put together back-to-back 30-point or more games. In a win over Riverton, Dicks posted 35 points and seven rebounds. Dicks followed up that performance with a 32 point and seven rebound effort to get by Natrona.
Lander Valley’s Jayson Simpson poured in 25 points and added three assists to beat Wyoming Indian.
Lovell’s Nic Haskell posted a double-double 24 points and 14 rebounds as his team knocked off Thermopolis.
Buffalo’s Trey Schroefel registered two impressive double-doubles in back-to-back fashion. Schroefel had 19 points with 11 dimes and seven rebounds to top Lovell, and then went for 17 points and 13 rebounds to beat Worland.
Worland’s Hoyt Nicholas has strung together some excellent scoring performances. Against Buffalo, Nicholas posted 30 points in the loss. In a win over Cody, Nicholas had 25 points. In a win over Powell, Nicholas cashed in a double-double with 32 points and 10 rebounds.
Kentwood’s Darius LuBom scored 25 points in a home win over Decatur.
Cascade’s Drew Magaoy dropped in 27 points on the way to a win over Jackson.
Shorewood Christian’s J.J. Young went for 27 points in their win over Evergreen Lutheran.
Sumner’s Dawson Cutright ended with 28 points in the win over Enumclaw.
Eastlake’s Ethan Thompson dropped 26 points in a win on the road at Redmond.
Woodinville’s Tony Miller put in 28 points to improve upon his impressive run, this time helping his team get the win over Inglemoor. Against Eastlake, Miller was just shy of the 30-point mark scoring 29 points in his team’s win over the weekend.
Lakeside’s Isiah Brown scored 50 of his team’s 62 total points in a loss to Garfield. This is Brown's second 50-point game this season. Brown continued his hot streak again, finishing with 44 points in a loss to Seattle Prep.
Franklin’s Keiron Goodwin had 27 points in his team’s victory at Nathan Hale. Goodwin went for 30 points in his team’s narrow win over Chief Sealth.
Wilson’s David Jenkins Jr. contributed 25 points despite his team’s loss to to Lincoln.
Yelm’s Christian Davis was the impact player for his team in their win over Stadium as he dropped 30 points.
Walla Walla’s Andrew Harvey ended with 26 points and five assists as his team won in narrow fashion over Hanford. Hanford’s Jacob Sivonen finished with a double-double 20 points and 12 rebounds in the loss.
Chiawana’s Jalen King posted a double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds in a win over Pasco. Pasco’s Sebastian Gutierrez had a double-double 20 points and 10 rebounds in the loss.
Kamiakan used Hayden Nelson’s double-double to get past Kennewick, as Nelson ended with 17 points and 12 rebounds.
Richland enjoyed excellent performances from Steven Beo 26 points, 8 assists and teammate Landon Radliff 25 points, 8 rebounds to win big over Southland.
Wahluke’s Nathan Buck poured in 25 points to lift his team past Columbia-Burbank.
River View’s Mario Jaramillo raised eyebrows with a dominant double-double 25 points and 13 rebounds as they defeated Granger.
Liberty Christian’s Chris Kelly helped his squad stay undefeated in the Southeast 1B as he finished with 30 points and 13 rebounds in a win over Garfield-Palouse. Kelly backed up that performance with another stellar one, this time going for 31 points including seven 3-pointers to help his team beat Oakesdale.
Springdale’s Chandler Carr posted a double-double 10 points and 11 rebounds despite his team’s loss to Colfax.
Tekoa-Rosalia’s Cooper Angelo was just shy of the 30-point mark finishing with 29 points in his team’s win over Reardan.
Wellpinit used two separate double-double performances from Brandon Flett (20 points, 13 rebounds), Clayton Flett (16 points, 10 rebounds) to defeat Curlew in OT.
Curlew’s Daniel Tresham joined the double-double party notching one himself with 15 points and 10 rebounds in his team’s OT loss to Wellpinit. Tresham tallied a double-double again against Northport going for 23 points and 10 rebounds.
Odessa-Harrington’s Colton Hunt rallied for a double-double 13 points and 10 rebounds in his team’s lopsided loss to Cusick.
Puyallup’s Deven Neff added 26 points to his team’s total, but it wasn’t enough to get by Spanaway Lake.
Decatur’s Rashon Slaughter splashed in 30 points to help lift his team past Kentridge.
Southridge’s Brad Morgan went for a career-high 32 points which consisted of four 3-pointers to help his team defeat Chiawana. Chiawana’s Cayden Cazier scored 29 points in the loss.
Kiona-Benton’s Nate Rossine finished with 27 points to help his team secure the win on the road against Wahluke.
Almira/Coulee-Hartline’s Payton Neilsen had a cozy double-double with 14 points and 14 rebounds in his team’s win over Inchelium.
Republic’s Aaron Fritts and Adrian McCarthy tallied double-doubles in their win over Odessa-Harrington. Fritts went for 22 points and 13 rebounds while teammate McCarthy had 21 points and 10 rebounds.
Federal Way’s Jalen McDaniels went for 32 points in a home win over Kentwood.
Curtis’ Aushanti Potts-Woods paced his team with 26 points as they took down Spanaway Lake.
Auburn Mountainview’s Ryan Lacey led all scorers with 29 points as his team routed Enumclaw.
Bothell’s Cameron Tyson concluded with 30 points and teammate Joshua Kollman had 26 points as they hung on for the win over Skyline.
Everett’s Chris Bell finished with 25 points despite his team’s loss to Stanwood.
Monroe’s Trenton Newhouse capped off his team’s win going for 27 points against Mount Vernon.
Roosevelt’s Jonathan Lang scored 28 points in a loss to Bishop Blanchet. Bishop Blanchet’s Keegan Crosby dropped 26 points in the win.
Cascade’s Isaiah Gotell put up 28 points and helped his team cruise by Mariner.
Peninsula’s Kingman boys both recorded double-doubles in their win over Lakes. Austin Kingman scored 20 points and grabbed 10 rebounds while Garret Kingman added 14 points and 12 rebounds.
Tumwater’s Ty Gentry led all scorers with 28 points to help his team glide past W.F. West.
Lakeside’s Cameron Gay had a large influence on the outcome of his team’s win over Medical Lake, scoring 29 points and grabbing eight rebounds.
Northwest Christian’s Asher Cox finished with a game-high 22 points, but also grabbed 10 rebounds for the double-double and the lopsided win over Kettle Falls.
Prescott’s Travis Crockett hit the 30-point mark against St. John-Endicott as his team walked away with the win.
David Douglas’ Charles Jones posted 26 points to lead his team over Gresham in impressive fashion.
Canby’s Austin Evans added 28 points to his team’s final total, but it wasn’t enough to get past Tigard.
Tualatin’s Luke Osborn went above the 30-point mark ending with 32 points to help his team get the win over Sherwood.
West Linn’s Payton Pritchard posted a big scoring number yet again, this time ending with 31 points to help his team beat Lake Oswego.
Summit’s Nick Mason had a nice double-double 20 points and 10 rebounds to open up his team’s conference play with a win over Redmond. Mason tallied another double-double against Ridgeview going for 18 points and 13 rebounds in their win.
Parkrose’s Isaac Bonton tweeted that he has committed to the University of Portland.
Ridgeview’s Garret Albrecht posted an excellent double-double to help his team get by Bend as he totaled 21 points and 16 rebounds.
Jesuit’s Malcolm Porter moved the needle in the scoring category once again, this time going for 30 points in a win over Glencoe.
Aloha’s Ethan Channel finished with 26 points to help top Century.
North Lake’s Jubal Pierson finished with a double-double 11 points and 12 rebounds to help secure the win over Paisley.