Chance Gray, Lakota West – The freshman scored 33 points in two games last week, wins over Lakota East and Hamilton. She also had 7 assists, 5 rebounds and 6 steals for the Greater Miami Conference-leading ladies.
Sammie Puisis, Mason – The McDonald’s All-American scored 46 points in three wins last week over Fairfield, Oak Hills and Springboro. She also had 27 rebounds, 5 assists and 11 steals.
Abaigeal McNally, Colerain - The Cardinals won their first Greater Miami Conference home game since 2014 Feb. 6, when the freshman scored 36 points and grabbed 26 rebounds (10 offensive) in the 67-60 win over Middletown.
Simone Christmon, Gamble Montessori – Helping Gamble clinch the conference, Christmon recorded 20 points, nine rebounds and six steals against Aiken. At Riverview East, she scored 27 points with eight rebounds and seven steals. The day after that, she scored 19. Christmon rounded out her week with a win against Oyler in which she scored her 1,000th career point.
Emma Shaffer, Ursuline – The senior and Bucknell signee picked up two more double-doubles this week as the Lions went 2-1. On Feb. 4 she scored 20 points and grabbed 14 rebounds in a win against Kings and had 15 points and five blocks in a loss to Mount Notre Dame. On Feb. 9, she scored 14 and grabbed 12 boards in a win against McNicholas.
Dy'Jhanik Armfield, Oak Hills - The junior guard showed scored 12 in a loss to Mason on Feb. 6 and 29 points in a win against Hamilton, which included her 1,000th career point. In those two games she finished with eight rebounds and three assists.
Sophie Pohlabel, Talawanda – She had 38 points, 9 steals and 32 rebounds in three games last week, a win over Ross and losses to Goshen and Northwest.
Kendall Folley, Lebanon - In those two wins against Miamisburg and St. Ursula last week, the sophomore scored 25 and 23 points, respectively, adding nine steals, seven assists and nine rebounds. In Saturday's loss to Springboro, she scored 11 points.
Jessica Chase, Williamsburg - She scored 29 points against Oyler Feb. 5 and became Williamsburg’s all-time leading scorer.
Cecilia Murphy, Fayetteville-Perry – She scored her 1,000th point in a 66-44 win over Felicity Feb. 6. She needed 9 points but scored 13 on the evening. In that game, Murphy also had 13 assists and nine rebounds. In three games last week, she had two double-doubles and 46 points over that span.