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YOUR TOWN, YOUR VOTE: High School Basketball Fan Choice Player of the Week (Week 11)

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Sunday, February 03, 2013 04:30 pm
The News-Sentinel selected the 12 finalists and now it is up to you, the reader, to determine who should be the News-Sentinel Fan Choice Player of the Week. Vote for the area high school basketball player who you feel had the best performance this week. The winner of this weekly award will be solely determined through online voting at news-sentinel.com. The polls are open now and will close at 8 p.m. Monday. The Fan Choice Player of Week, along with the Boys Player of the Week and Girls Player of the Week, will be announced in Tuesday's issue of The News-Sentinel.

Huston Pattee, East Noble — Scored a game-high 20 points in an overtime loss Garrett.

Haley Martin, DeKalb — Had a game-high 24 points in a victory against Heritage.

Kindell Fincher, Canterbury — Scored a game-high 22 points in a non-conference victory against Carmel.

Brandi Dawson, Garrett — Led all players with 21 points in a non-conference loss to East Noble.

Bryanna Moore, Snider — Scored nine of her 11 points in the second half to help Snider defeat Homestead.

Ally Christman, Bishop Dwenger — Had a team-high 34 combined in two games for Bishop Dwenger this week.

Josh Van Meter, Norwell — Scored a game-high 24 poing sin a victory against Leo

Sydney Buck, Homestead — Led all players with 46 combined points in two games for Homestead this week.

Justin Mitchell, Wayne — Had a double-double with season-high 41 points and 13 rebounds in a victory against South Side.

Thomas Starks, Concordia — Led Concordia with 17 points in a one-point conference victory against Northrop.

Dwight Richards, North Side — Scored 20 points in a victory against Bishop Dwenger that clinched the SAC championship for North Side.

James Blackmon Jr., Bishop Luers — Scored a game-high 40 points in a victory against Snider.


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