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Who are SBLive Sports’ Florida Girls Basketball Top Performers of Feb. 20-Feb. 24?

These are the Big Stars and Top Performers from this week's Florida high school basketball action

These athletes will be featured in the Florida Athlete of the Week Poll early next week. Come back and vote for who you think should be the Athlete of the Week.

This list is not intended to be comprehensive

Trinity Turner, Dr. Phillips 

Turner was given high praise by Winter Haven head coach Johnnie Lawson as a top 5 player of all time he's seen on the girls basketball circuit. She lived up to the billing in the Class 7A state championship, scoring 22 points and grabbing nine boards in a 47-43 win over the Blue Devils. 

De'Mya Adams, Hawthorne

When your school's football program wins a state title and the same head coach leads your basketball team, some extra motivation is there. Adams brought back another championship to the town of Hawthorne, scoring 18 and adding six steals in a 42-38 win over Wildwood for the Class 1A title. 

Kristina Godfrey, Miami Country Day 

With the team's leading scorer Kayla Nelms out, someone had to take the bull by the horns. That ended up being Godfrey, who scored 21 points and won her fourth state title with Miami Country Day in a 54-38 win over Cardinal Mooney for the Class 3A championship. 

Karina Gordon, St. Thomas Aquinas 

On a team full of stars, Gordon shined the brightest in the Class 6A state championship game against Charlotte. The East Carloina-signee led all Raisers with a team-high 20 points in a dominating 67-43 win over the Fightin' Tarpons. 

Anovia Sheals, Mainland 

Though the Buccaneers almost let a big 17-point deficit get away from them, Sheals made sure Mainland brought the hardware back to Daytona Beach. Sheals led all scorers with 22 points, 13 boards in a 62-61 win in the Class 5A state championship game win over Plantation American Heritage. 

Jada Eads, Lake Highland Prep

At times, it didn't look like the Highlanders would be making it four straight state championships. Until they did behind the stellar play of Eads. The junior guard scored a team-high 21 points in leading Lake Highland Prep to a 55-45 win over Bishop Kenny for the Class 4A crown. 

Holland Harris, Faith Christian 

There was no denying Faith Christian with bringing home the program's first ever state title. Harris wouldn't allow it. The forward scored 15 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in the Lions' 53-37 Class 2A state championship win over Horeb Christian. 

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