Below are this week’s American Family Insurance ALL-USA Performers of The Week for boys basketball in Western Washington. This will be the final installment of our weekly list for this season — congratulations to all of the student-athletes who made the list this season! Be sure to vote on which player had the best week at the bottom of this post.
Underneath this week’s performers of the week is a comprehensive list of the players who were selected throughout the season.
Isiah Brown, Lakeside — In the Lions’ four games last week, Brown averaged 29 points. Saturday, he broke the single-season scoring record for Lakeside when he put up 36 against Roosevelt.
Daejon Davis, Lakeside — Brown might have broken the scoring record, but Davis was every bit as important for Lakeside last week. He averaged 26.7 points per game last week and on Thursday, he and Brown combined for 64 points in the Lions’ win over Blanchet.
Karsten Chaplik, Stanwood — The Stanwood guard scored 29 points on Tuesday against Marysville-Pilchuck, but the last three were the most memorable. Chaplik hit a game-winning three-pointer as time expired in overtime to lift the Spartans over Pilchuck, 69-66. The win secured a second consecutive Wesco 3A North title for Stanwood.
Noble Cooper, Liberty — He broke the school’s record for most points in a game with 36 on Saturday as the Patriots beat Bremerton. Cooper also had 31 on Thursday in a loss to Renton.
Tony Miller, Woodinville — The Falcons will play for the Kingco 4A championship this week for the first time in school history, and Miller’s big week helped propel them. In three games last week, he averaged 25 points and 12.3 rebounds. Woodinville plays No. 4 Issaquah on Thursday night for the title.
ALL-USA Performers of The Week selections this season
Isiah Brown, Lakeside (5); Dejounte Murray, Rainier Beach (3); Nate Pryor, West Seattle (3); Tony Miller, Woodinville (3); Bobby Moorehead, Stadium (2); Dominic Green, Hazen (2); JaQuori McLaughlin, Peninsula (2); Viont’E Daniels, Federal Way (2); Shadeed Shabazz, Rainier Beach; Ty Gibson, Issaquah; Londrell Hamilton, Stadium; Drew Magaoay, Shorecrest; Kevin Carpenter, Redmond; Gio Jackson, Beamer; Hafid Yassin, Chief Sealth; Jaylen Nowell, Garfield; Nathan Aune, Arlington; Connor O’Hearn, Hazen; Calvin Dennis, North Kitsap; Jashaun Agosto, Garfield; Collin Kane, Snohomish; Alphonso Anderson, Garfield; Mitchell Pelissier, Mount Rainier Lutheran; TJ Mickelson, Black Hills; Quin Barnard, O’Dea; William Luckett, Inglemoor; Tony Gutierrez, Puyallup; Daejon Davis, Lakeside; Karsten Chaplik, Stanwood; Noble Cooper, Liberty.