Chandler Prible, Bluffton — Named the most valuable player of the ACAC Tournament after having a combined 45 points and 15 assists in the tournament's three games to help Buffton win the championship.
Kadin Gerig, Woodlan — Had 23 points, including a game-winning 3-pointer, to help Woodlan defeat Leo and advance to the ACAC Tournament championship game.
Jescus Mitchell, Wayne -- Scored a combined 44 points in Wayne's two games this week, including a game-high 22 points in a conference victory against Bishop Dwenger.
Nick Gamble, Homestead — Had a game-high 16 points and made the game-winning basketball as time expired to give Homestead a conference victory against Columbia City.
Bryson Scott, Northrop — Scored a game-high 35 points to help Northrop defeat Bishop Luers 95-59 in SAC action.
Taylor Smith, Garrett — Had a double-double with 22 points and 13 rebounds as Garrett defeated Heritage in the ACAC Tournament semifinals.
Alyssa Gibson, Bishop Dwenger — Scored a game-high 18 points to help Bishop Dwenger defeat Wayne 46-43.
Brittini Clopton, South Side — Led all players with 20 points as South Side defeated Snider 51-44 on Friday.
Keanna Gary, Leo — Earned the ACAC Tournament MVP honors after having a combined 42 points, 35 rebounds and six blocks in Leo's three tournament games.
Eric Hairston, South Side — Scored a game-high 26 points to help South Side upset Snider in conference play.