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Congratulations to Holy Innocents Episcopal School boys basketball center Caleb Wilson for being voted SBLive’s Georgia High School Athlete of the Week for Jan. 17-23!

The freshman showed his arsenal of offensive abilities with 32 points and added seven rebounds in a 69-57 win over Greater Atlanta Christian. 

Wilson received 55.63% of the vote, beating out Chestatee's Riley Black who finished second with 37.07%. Killian Hill Christian's Annaclaire Yearick finished third with 6.57% and Berkmar's Malique Ewin finished fourth with 0.16%. There were over 37,000 votes tallied this week! 

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Here are the other athletes who were nominated for Jan. 17-23:

Anthony Arrington, Galloway boys basketball

Arrington was just shy of a triple-double, with 30 points, nine boards, and eight assists in a blowout win over Atlanta International. He also fought hard in a loss to Pace Academy, as he ended with 29 points, six rebounds, and six steals. 

Chas Beasley, Curtis Baptist boys basketball

Beasley has been cooking all season, and he stayed hot with a 38-point, four-assist performance against Mead Hall Episcopal (South Carolina). 

Riley Black, Chestatee girls basketball

Black’s double-double of 22 points and 10 boards was big in a win over Flowery Branch. 

CJ Brown, Walker boys basketball

Brown flirted with a triple-double in a win over St. Francis with 19 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists. 

Britiya Curtis, Calhoun girls basketball

Curtis had 27 points in a blowout victory versus Carterville, which had 27 points as a team. 

Jack Dunbar, Parkview swimming

Dunbar won individual titles in the 100 free and 100 backstroke along with racing on two first-place relay teams to help Parkview win its first county championship since 2013.

Logan Eller, Trion wrestling

Eller, wrestling at 195 pounds, pinned Social Circle’s Rowen Vandergriff to clinch the State Duals championship for Trion.

Malique Ewin, Berkmar boys basketball

Ewin’s monster performance of 34 points and 15 rebounds was a big reason why Berkmar beat Duluth by 54 points. 

Crystal Henderson, Kell girls basketball

Henderson’s 27-point, four-assist, four-rebound performance was big in Kell’s huge 85-27 win over Osborne. 

Jalen Hilliard, McEachern boys basketball

McEachern beat Campbell 83-67, and Hilliard had more than half the amount of points by himself (34) that Campbell scored as a team. 

TC Mathis, Peach County boys basketball

Mathis was on fire in a win over Sumter County, scoring a game-high 35 points. 

Amaya Moss, Kell girls basketball

Moss almost had a triple-double the hard way. She had 21 points, 14 boards, but the stat that stands out most was her seven blocks. 

Josh Reed, Pace Academy boys basketball

Reed had a monster double-double vs. Galloway with 33 points and 11 boards. 

Grant Rowe, St. Pius X Catholic boys basketball

Rowe made eight of the team’s 15 3-pointers and ended with 24 points in a win over Chamblee. 

Malachi Townsend, Heritage (Newnan) boys basketball

Townsend was an assist shy of a triple-double with 18 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists in a win over Central Christian. 

Malachi Winter, Mount Pisgah Christian boys basketball

Winter went off for 30 points with six made 3s in a huge win over Kings Ridge.

Annaclaire Yearick, Killian Hill Christian girls basketball

Yearick was a stat-sheet stuffer vs. Trinity Prep, as she had 24 points, 10 steals, six boards, four assists and three blocks.