Sumner's Lange leads American Family Insurance ALL-USA Performances of the Week

Sumner's Lange leads American Family Insurance ALL-USA Performances of the Week

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Sumner's Lange leads American Family Insurance ALL-USA Performances of the Week

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Sumner girls basketball player Jamie Lange had three consecutive double-doubles to lead her team in the playoffs. Photo by Puyallup Herald.

Sumner girls basketball player Jamie Lange had three consecutive double-doubles to lead her team in the playoffs. Photo by Puyallup Herald.

Jamie Lange, a 6-foot senior power forward for the girls basketball team at Sumner, Wash., had three consecutive triple doubles to lead her team in the playoffs.

On Wednesday, she had 36 points and 18 rebounds in a 68-61 defeat of Lincoln (Tacoma) in the 3A West Central bidistrict semifinal. That was preceded by a 31-point, 16-rebound effort Friday in a district quarterfinal 50-39 defeat of Central Kitsap (Silverdale). Last Thursday, she had 20 points and 14 rebounds in a 57-31 defeat of Capital (Olympia).

“Jamie is the real deal,” first-year Sumner coach Jordan Moog told the Tacoma News-Tribune. “She’s a big girl, but she’s elusively fast. She doesn’t look fast, but she changes speeds, pump fakes and does a good job of still getting her shot off.”

Lange leads the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Performances of the Week. The rest of the top performances:

Zach Brown, boys basketball, Miami Beach, Fla.

Sophomore center had 30 points, 24 rebounds and 12 blocks in an 8A regional semifinal loss Tuesday to McArthur (Hollywood).

Karsten Chaplik, boys basketball, Stanwood, Wash.

Senior wing had 29 points, including a game-winning three-pointer in overtime, to lead his team to a 69-66 defeat of Marysville-Pilchuck on Feb. 10.

Riley Doody, boys basketball, St. Ignatius, Chicago

Senior point guard hit a half-court, buzzer-beating shot in a 45-44 defeat of DePaul Prep (Chicago) on Feb. 10.

Mason Faulkner, boys basketball, Caverna, Horse Cave, Ky.

Junior point guard had 27 points and 12 rebounds in a 63-60 defeat of Glasgow on Friday. That was preceded by 48 points and 12 rebounds in a 85-78 defeat of Warren East (Bowling Green) on Feb. 9. He’s averaging 30 points and 9.1 rebounds a game.

Kylie Jordan, girls swimming, Madeira School, McLean, Va.

Claimed her fifth and sixth individual state titles with meet records in the 100-meter butterfly and 200 freestyle in the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association meet Sunday and Monday in Richmond. She swam the 100 butterfly in 53.71 seconds, breaking a three-year-old record and in the 200, won in 1:48.44. She also swam on her team’s winning 200 freestyle relay with a 22.71 split, helping Madeira set a state record in 1:36.30.

Kamryn McIntosh, girls track and field, Suffern, N.Y.

Sophomore runner won the 600 meters Tuesday at New York’s Armory in the Section I Class AA and Class C championships with a time of 1 minute, 28.78 seconds. That was good enough to break a 10-year-old national record and improve upon her personal best by nearly six seconds.

Marcus Shaver, boys basketball, St. Mary’s, Phoenix

Sophomore guard had 46 points in a 98-80 loss to Corona del Sol (Tempe) in a Division I Super Sectional final on Saturday, preceded by a 39-point effort in a 66-47defeat of Cesar Chavez (Laveen) on Friday.

Kristen Spolyar, girls basketball, Lebanon, Ind.

Junior guard had 41 points, seven rebounds, five assists and five steals in a 69-34 defeat of Western Boone (Thorntown) in the Sectional 25 championship game Saturday.

Jon Viruet, boys wrestling, Central, Springfield, Mass.

Senior 160-pounder won his fourth consecutive Western Massachusetts Division I  title, pinning all three of his opponents, including Nick Godbout of Ludlow in one minute and 16 seconds in the final match on Saturday.

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