Vote: Top Ohio girls basketball player of the week, Dec. 31 (Poll Closed)

  • Emily Adams, Fenwick - Bishop Fenwick traveled to Florida this past week and dispatched three Sunshine State foes en route to the Queen of the Palms title. Sophomore Emily Adams earned first-team all-tournament honors. Against Lelys on Dec. 27, she finished with a double-double of 18 points and 13 rebounds. The following day, against Barron Collier, she clocked anther double-double with 15 points and 10 boards.
    9%
    304 votes

     
  • Alexa Fleming, Mercy McAuley - The Mercy McAuley Wolves closed out 2018 with a pair of wins. The first-year program bounced Wayne 45-36 on Feb. 28 and Fairfield, 53-25, the following day. Junior Alexa Fleming scored 16 points against Wayne while adding six rebounds, two assists and three steals. Against Fairfield, she netted 14 points to go along with seven assists, three rebounds and a steal.
    5%
    183 votes

     
  • Mya Jackson, Wilmington - Wilmington senior Mya Jackson remained the area's field goal leader this week as she went off for 34 points against Beavercreek on Dec. 27. Of her 11 made field goals in the Hurricane 50-49 win, seven came from behind the 3-point arc. The Seton Hall signee has now made 31 triples this season. She's averaging 25.3 points per game. Jackson also added six rebounds in the victory.
    7%
    258 votes

     
  • Carly Scott, Madeira - Madeira put an end to a three-game skid on Saturday, upending Norwood 39-31. In the win, sophomore Carly Scott came up big, finishing with a 19-point, 15-rebound double-double. Five of Scott's 15 boards came on the offensive glass. She also recorded a block in the victory.
    <1%
    11 votes

     
  • Callie Hunt, Edgewood - Edgewood has rebounded from a 0-5 start to win four of its last five games including two this past week. Sophomore Callie Hunt has been a huge part of that turnaround. In the Cougars' victories against West Carrollton and Talawanda on Dec. 27 and 29, respectively, Hunt accounted for 27 points, 15 rebounds and three blocks.
    1%
    25 votes

     
  • Kate Garry, Loveland - Junior Kate Garry spurred Loveland to a pair of wins this week as the Tigers enter 2019 at 9-1. The Akron verbal commit scored 13 points against Ursuline Academy on Dec. 28. A day later she scored 11 points against Missouri's Miller Career Academy the Braggin' Rights Classic. In addition to the 24 points she also added five assists against MCA and a total of three steals, two blocks and five rebounds across the two games.
    10%
    344 votes

     
  • Ti’Ajia Christopher, Woodward – Woodward dropped both of its games this past week but junior guard Ti'Ajia Christopher put on a show in both outings. On Dec. 27 against the homeschool team of Cincinnati Trailblazers, Christopher scored 28 points while grabbing six rebounds and handing out two assists. She also recorded three steals, two assists and a block. The next day, at Thurgood Marshall, Christopher recorded a double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds. She also had three assists and three steals.
    1%
    41 votes

     
  • CiCi Riggins, Hamilton – She became the top scorer in Hamilton High School history Dec. 27 when Riggins she hit a layup with slightly more than 5 minutes left in the loss to Northwest. She finished with 25 points, giving her 1,227 for her career, surpassing the mark of 1,214 set by Jillian Spurlock.
    67%
    2,356 votes

     

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