It will be really hard to forget Paris Austin after the game he had last Wednesday for Bishop O’Dowd (Oakland).
The Boise State commit, a 5-10 senior guard, had a school-record 12 three-pointers and 43 points in a 108-77 defeat of Piedmont on Jan. 21. The Dragons’ previous high point total of 41 was set in 1990 by by Jasen Powell, now the head athletic trainer for the Los Angeles Clippers.
Austin leads the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Performances of the Week. The rest of the ALL-USA Performances of the Week:
Alphonso Anderson, boys basketball, Garfield (Seattle)
Had 35 points and 19 rebounds in an 84-67 defeat of Rainier Beach (Seattle) on Jan. 19. It was the first time Rainier Beach had lost to an in-state opponent since the 2013 district tournament.
He also had 17 points and 10 rebounds in an 80-40 defeat of O’Dea (Seattle) on Jan. 20.
Tyler Dorsey, boys basketball, Marantha, Calif.
Senior guard scored a career-high 49 points in a 71-59 defeat of Centennial (Las Vegas) on Saturday. He’s averaging 33.8 points a game. At the time, he had scored at least 40 points in seven of nine games.
Isaiah Edwards, boys basketball, West Albany (Albany, Ore.)
Senior guard had 38 points, including six three-pointers, to go with seven rebounds, three assists and two steals in a 62-52 defeat of McKay (Salem) on Jan. 20. He had 20 points and 10 rebounds in a 78-66 defeat of West Salem on Friday.
Madison Hovren, girls basketball, Central Valley (Spokane Valley, Wash.)
Senior power forward, an Army commit, had 32 points, 15 rebounds, four assists, two steals and a block in a 61-42 defeat of University (Spokane) on Thursday.
Adam Rahman, boys soccer, Fort Pierce Central (Fort Pierce, Fla.)
Sophomore goalkeeper had eight saves in a 1-0 overtime defeat of Vero Beach in district semifinal on Jan. 21.
Sydney McLaughlin, track and field, Union Catholic (Scotch Plains, N.J.)
Sophomore broke her own Union County indoor meet record in the 400 meters with a time of 55.23 seconds, the second-fastest time in the United States this season, then won the 55 hurdles in 7.8 seconds, the top time in the country this season and second in state history.
Allie Monteleone, girls basketball, Haldane (Cold Spring, N.Y.)
Senior guard, a Pace commit, had 36 points and 14 rebounds in a 58-49 defeat of Poughkeepsie on Jan. 20.
Zane Richter, boys basketball, Jackson Heights, Holton, Kan.
Junior scored a tournament-record 101 points in the Nemaha Central Thunder Classic with games of 31, 40 and 30 points.
Tyler Ruble, boys basketball, PikeView (Princeton, W.Va.)
Senior guard scored a school-record 41 points in a 92-34 defeat of James Monroe (Lindside) on Tuesday.