Top 10 boys basketball performances: Dec. 1-5

Top 10 boys basketball performances: Dec. 1-5


Top 10 boys basketball performances: Dec. 1-5


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Here are the Top 10 Boys Basketball Performances from Dec. 1-5:

No. 1 Drew Hatch, Mesa, G, 6-4, Sr.

He helped Mesa end Corona del Sol’s 70-game winning streak against Arizona schools with 30 points in a three-point win early in the week. He then had  20 points in a win over Phoenix Pinnacle and 24 in another win against Phoenix Horizon.

No. 2 Tim Fuller, Gilbert Highland, C, 6-9, Sr.

He had 17 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks against Scottsdale Desert Mountain and 23 points and 15 rebounds against Anthem Boulder Creek, both wins.

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No. 3 Malik Simmons, Phoenix Mountain Pointe, 6-0, G, Sr.

He was named Southwest Rotary Club Tournament of Champions MVP in Yuma after averaging 18.9 points, six rebounds, four assists and four steals.

No. 4 Amir Dedic, Gilbert Campo Verde, F, 6-5, Sr.

He had 22 points, nine rebounds, six steals and two blocks in an 89-81 win over Tucson Rincon, after he had 18 points, five rebounds and three steals in a 64-49 win over Phoenix Thunderbird. He is shooting 90 percent from the free-throw line.

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No. 5 Deshawn Wilson, Phoenix St. Mary’s, F, 6-6, Jr.

He made the Christian Cup all-tournament team, leading the Knights against California’s Santa Margarita in the championship game. He had 15 points and 10 rebounds against Kings Way, 16 points and eight rebounds against Faith Chrsitian and 15 points and nine rebounds in the championship-game loss to Santa Margarita.

No. 6 Rex Greabell, Goodyear Estrella Foothills, F, 6-7, Sr.

He had 37 points in a double-overtime loss to then No.2 (Division III) Scottsdale Christian and 24 points in a win against Tucson Empire.

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No. 7 Reed Myers, Scottsdale Christian, G, 6-0, Fr.

He hit the 3-pointer that put the game into overtime, then won it in the second OT with a 3-pointer against then No.1-ranked (Division III) Goodyear Estrella  Foothills. He made six of nine shots and had 16 points in a rout of Fountain Hills.

No. 8 Colten Kresl, Scottsdale Chaparral, G, 6-1, Jr.

In a 65-63 win over Phoenix Sunnyslope, Kresl had 27 points, four assists, four rebounds and two steals.

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No. 9 Bryce Davis, Glendale Deer Valley, F, So.

He  had back-to-back 27-point games, shooting better than 50 percent on the week.

No. 10 Nick Rosquist, The Gregory School, G, 5-10, Jr.

He broke the school’s single-game scoring record with 49 points against Kearny Ray.

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