Union, Miss., forward Quinton Campbell put up 56 points Friday night and his team needed nearly all of them to defeat Enterprise 87-79 in overtime.
"That's the most I have ever seen someone score in a game," Union Coach Scott Thomas told the Neshoba Democrat. "I had someone score 52 again me once when I was at Choctaw Central.”
Campbell, a junior forward, helped his team outscore Enterprise 14-6 in the overtime period.
Campbell leads the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Performances of the Week. The rest of the top performances:
Cliff Alexander, boys basketball, Curie, Chicago
Senior center, who has signed with Kansas, scored 24 of his 30 points in the second half and had 18 rebounds as his No. 7 Condors defeated No. 1 Montverde (Fla.) Academy in the Spalding Hoophall Classic in Springfield, Mass., on Monday.
Brady Baer, boys basketball, Akron, Colo.
Senior guard scored 55 points, including 11 three-pointers, in a 89-57 defeat of Merino on Saturday. He is averaging 29.9 points a game this season.
Meg Ellias, girls basketball, Mellen, Wis.
Senior guard had a career-high 43 points with 12 rebounds and six steals in a 58-48 defeat of Wakefield-Marenisco (Wakefield, Mich.) on Thursday.
Liza Fruendt, girls basketball, Batavia, Ill.
Senior guard, who is headed to Missouri State, scored a career-high and school-record 51 points in a 75-68 defeat of Geneva on Friday.
Nick Hart, wrestling, Imperial, Calif.
Went 5-0 at 108 pounds in a meet this past weekend at the Frankie Ramos Memorial meet in El Centro, with all his wins by pin.
Josh Reed, boys basketball, Arlee, Mont.
Senior forward scored 30 points in a 70-63 loss at Charlo on Friday and 33 against Two Eagle (Pablo) in a 77-32 win on Saturday.
Luis Rodriguez, boys basketball, East Longmeadow, Mass.
Senior guard, who recently scored his 1,000th career point, scored 25 of his 35 points in the second half of a 61-58 defeat of West Springfield on Monday.
Norma Waggett, girls basketball, Saugus, Mass.
The senior guard had 48 points and 17 rebounds in a 73-66 overtime win at Amesbury on Friday.
A’ja Wilson, girls basketball, Heathwood Hall, Columbia, S.C.
Senior forward scored 43 points and 16 rebounds in an 80-49 defeat of Hammond (Columbia, S.C.) on Tuesday, just a day after scoring 32 points with 14 rebounds in a 62-54 defeat of Carolina Day (Asheville, N.C.).