High school basketball: Players dominating rebounding numbers lead to victories

High school basketball: Players dominating rebounding numbers lead to victories

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High school basketball: Players dominating rebounding numbers lead to victories

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These five high school players led their teams to victories by dominating the backboards:

DEYONTA DAVIS

Muskegon: The junior 6-9 Michigan State commit pulled down 15 rebounds to go with his 14 points and 10 blocked shots as the No. 1 Big Reds won their 12th straight game, 71-57, over Grand Rapids Union.

ERIKA DAVENPORT

Clarkston: The 6-foot junior ripped down 19 rebounds to go with her 23 points, four assists and four steals as Clarkston defeated Ann Arbor Huron, 61-59, in overtime.

RODNEY SCALES

Oak Park: The 6-7 junior grabbed 20 rebounds and added 18 points as Oak Park improved to 3-2 in the OAA White with a 60-33 victory over Birmingham Groves.

PAYTON HUSSON

Marysville: The Vikings were able to stay unbeaten in the MAC Gold as the 6-3 sophomore hauled in 15 rebounds to go with her 22 points in a 58-40 win over St. Clair Shores Lake Shore.

ALGEVON EICHELBERGER

Saginaw: After having 11 rebounds, 13 points and seven blocks against Arthur Hill, the 6-7 sophomore had 18 rebounds to go with 18 points and seven blocked shots in an 80-25 win over Bay City Central.

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