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Player of the Week winners will be recognized this spring at the IndyStar Indiana Sports Awards.
Here are this week's nominees.
Laila Abdulakub, Lawrence Central
The junior scored 22 points in a 54-39 win over Warren Central on Saturday, leading the Bears to their first sectional championship since the 1980s. Abdulraqib had an equally impressive performance in the semifinals against rival Lawrence North, making a series of key baskets, including a six-point run late in the first half that ignited his team.
Madisyn Bailey, Bedford North Lawrence
Bailey scored a career-high 24 points on Saturday, leading the Stars to a 43-39 victory over Jennings County and their 13th consecutive section championship.
Sammy Boulding, Eastern Hancock
The Royals cruised to their second consecutive section championship thanks in large part to Boulding. The senior scored 25 points on 7-of-12 shooting and two assists in the season opener against Triton Central, and had 17 points and two steals in the championship game against Cecina.
Lexi Castertle, FW Northrop
The senior ended his career on a high note, scoring 34 points in Northrop's 64-60 loss to forward Snyder on Tuesday night. Castor shot 62 percent from the field, had eight rebounds and one steal.
Brady Chambers, Linton Stockton
Chambers led the takedown of No. 1 Class 2A North Knox on Saturday, accounting for 32 of the team's 43 points. It was North Knox's second sectional championship, the first being the 2021 state championship between North Knox and Linton, and the first home loss in three years.
Alex Delisle, Speedway
On Saturday, Delisle had a double-double with 19 points and 14 rebounds as the Sparkplugs defeated Purdue Poly 52-42 for their first sectional championship in 11 years.
Addison Duncan, Bishop of Shattered
The multi-sport senior shined last week for the section-champion Trojans, scoring 12 points on 4-of-6 shooting against Brebeuf Jesuit, five points in 14 minutes in a rout of Shortridge, and scoring for the section-championship Heritage Trojans. He scored 11 points against Christian. .
Rylin Goodwin, Northridge
The junior totaled 46 points in three games for the section champion Raiders, including a game-high 16 points in Saturday's championship game versus Penn. Goodwin had 15 points and five rebounds against Warsaw and matched his point total with three assists and three steals against Elkhart.
Vivian Hafner, Covenant Christian
Hafner made eight 3-pointers and scored a game-high 30 points to lead Covenant Christian to a 56-47 victory over University in the sectional semifinals.
Gabby Helsom, Homestead
Helsom scored a game-high 28 points against FW Southside and scored 13 points to lead the Spartans to a come-from-behind victory over Columbia City in Saturday's final. Homestead has won the section championship for the sixth year in a row.
Taylor Lewis, Cathedral
The Villanova volleyball player scored 13 points on 6-of-14 shooting and five rebounds (three offensive) in her final high school basketball game against Lawrence North. Lewis finished the season averaging over 12 points and 10 rebounds per game.
Kamala Mills, Lawrence North
The senior scored 16 points on 4-of-5 shooting and two rebounds against Cathedral. Mills also made several key 3-pointers in the semifinal loss to Lawrence Central.
Ellery Minch, Mount Vernon
DePaul, a senior, scored 25 points in the section opener against Anderson, accounting for 15 of the Marauders' first 17 points to stay in the game. After scoring eight points in the semifinal match against Richmond, Minch scored 16 points to lead Mount Vernon to its fourth consecutive sectional championship.
Samantha Redinger, Argos
The high-scoring senior scored 34 points on 10-of-21 shooting (11-of-11 free throws) in a 47-43 win over Westville on Wednesday. She also grabbed seven rebounds and had two assists.
Paige Schnauss, Gibson Southern
The freshman had his best performance of the season in the sectional semifinal game against Evansville Memorial, grabbing six rebounds and a team-high 16 points, including the game-winning layup with less than two seconds left.
Saniya Smith, Pike
Smith, a freshman, led the Pike with three consecutive field goals in the sectional semifinal game against Roncalli and tied for a team-high 16 points with teammate Morgan Crowe in the championship game against Plainfield.
Meredith Tipner, Noblesville
Tipner contributed to the semifinal victory over the Fishers, scoring 27 points on 12-0f-18 shooting, making two crucial free throws, and grabbing nine rebounds, defeating Hamilton Southeastern in the championship game. broke. The junior also had seven rebounds, three assists and three steals against Fishers.
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Sidney Waldron, Greenwood Christian Academy
Waldron cleared 1,000 career points while scoring 33 points and eight steals in the sectional semifinal against Providence Cristo Rey.
Berkeley Williams, Plainfield
The sophomore scored a team-high 29 points to lead the section champion Quakers to a 73-62 victory over Brownsburg on Friday.
Brooke Winchester, Warsaw
In the quarterfinal match against Northridge, the junior had 22 points on 8-of-14 shooting, a game-high 19 rebounds, three assists, and one steal. Winchester finished the season averaging 15.4 points, 9.5 rebounds, and 2 steals in 22 games.
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