Cooperstown Central (Cooperstown, N.Y.), junior point guard Liz Millea broke a school record that stood for 33 years when she scored 46 points Monday night in a 73-50 defeat of Frankfort-Schuyler (Frankfort).
Millea’s mark improved upon Judy Graham’s 37 points, scored in 1982. Millea also had a school-record eight three-pointers.
Millea went 16-for-29 from the floor and could have had more points but was taken out early in the fourth quarter. Her efforts lead the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Performances of the Week. The rest of the ALL-USA Performances:
Kerryon Deal, wrestling, Mount Healthy, Cincinnati
Senior won the 285-pound title at the Madeira Invitational on Saturday with four wins by pin, none taking longer than a minute and 14 seconds.
Victor Dukes, boys basketball, Senath-Hornersville, Senath, Mo.
Senior guard scored 56 points in his first game with the Lions, a 109-104 overtime defeat of Malden on Tuesday. Malden’s Cortez Dobbins had a school-record 67 points.
Armand Duplantis, track and field, Lafayette, La.
The son of former professional pole vaulter Greg Duplantis set a national freshman record with a pole vault of 16 feet, one inch in the LSU Invitational Meet.
Luke Kennard, boys basketball, Franklin, Ohio
Senior guard and Duke signee had 48 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and four blocks in a 95-77 defeat of Springboro on Tuesday.
Tyrique McClain, boys basketball, Wayne Christian, Goldsboro, N.C.
Senior guard scored a school-record 60 points in a 99-97 defeat of Kerr-Vance (Henderson) on Monday. He also had 12 rebounds and six steals.
Dejounte Murray, boys basketball, Rainier Beach, Seattle
Senior guard had 29 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in his team’s 102-47 defeat of O’Dea (Seattle) on Friday.
Malik Newman, boys basketball, Callaway, Jackson, Miss.
Senior guard and Washington signee had 35 points and 14 rebounds in a 72-66 defeat of Huntington-St. Joseph’s Prep (Huntington, W.Va.) on Saturday, then followed that up with 32 points in a 91-62 defeat of Pearl on Tuesday.
Victaria Saxton, girls basketball, Model, Rome, Ga.
Freshman center had 17 points, 18 rebounds and 12 blocks in a 55-44 defeat of Darlington (Rome) on Friday.
Theron Singles, wrestling, Leslie, Mich.
Senior, wrestling at 112 pounds, went 6-0 last week to get his 100th career win. He had a pin in a dual meet win over Stockbridge on Jan. 7 and 5-0 on Saturday at the Alma Duals.