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Fort Wayne North Side's Eugene Young Jr. voted SBLive's Indiana High School Athlete of the Week (Feb. 6-11)

The junior hit seven 3-pointers in a 58-56 win over Fort Wayne Dwenger
Athlete of the Week

Congratulations to Fort Wayne North Side's Eugene Young Jr., who was voted the SBLive Indiana high school Athlete of the Week for Feb. 6-11. He received more than 51 percent of the votes.

Young, a junior, hit seven 3-pointers in a 58-56 win over Fort Wayne Dwenger.

Hammond Central boys basketball player Matthew King finished second in the voting with more than 44 percent of the votes.

Previous winners: Evansville Harrison's Shane Sims (Jan. 30-Feb. 4), South Spencer's Ty Brown (Jan. 23-28), Lake Central's Vanessa Wimberly (Jan. 16-21), Castle's Jordan Scott (Jan. 9-14), Hammond Central's Danny Garza (Jan. 2-7), Lawrence Central's Jaylah Lampley (Dec. 26-31), Kokomo's Flory Bidunga (Dec. 5-10), Crown Point's Ava Ziolokowski (Nov. 28-Dec. 3), Lapel's Laniah Wills (Nov. 21-26), New Prairie's Marshall Kmiecik (Nov. 14-19), East Central's Josh Ringer (Nov. 7-12), Hamilton Southeastern's Avery Hobson (Oct. 31-Nov. 5), Danville football's Conner Soper (Oct. 24-29), Hamilton Southeastern's Lauren Harden (Oct. 17-22), Brebeuf Jesuit's Sydney Robinson (Oct. 10-15), Franklin's John Shepard (Oct. 3-8), Carmel golfer Claire Swathwood (Sept. 26-Oct. 1), Greenfield-Central golfer Sydney Wherry (Sept. 19-24), East Central (St. Leon) running back Josh Ringer (Sept. 12-17), North Putnam running back Noah Claycomb (Sept. 4-10), Chatard soccer goalkeeper Olivia Hill, (Aug. 29-Sept. 3) and Terre Haute South Vigo outside hitter Lilly Merk (Aug. 22-28).

Here's another look at the nominees:

Josiah Ball, Maconaquah boys basketball

The sophomore scored 31 points in an 80-78 win over Southwood.

Misaiah Bebley, Taylor boys basketball

The senior had a double-double of 22 points and 13 rebounds in a 70-55 victory against Tri-Central.

Flory Bidunga, Kokomo boys basketball

The consensus No. 3 junior in the nation had a double-double of 20 points and 11 rebounds in a 72-62 win against Richmond.

Lynsey Bowen, Carmel girls swimming

The sophomore went 4:42.81 in the 500-yard freestyle final at state, breaking the state record she set the day before in the preliminaries. She also won the 200 individual medley in 1:45.49.

Addie Bowsman, Twin Lakes girls basketball

The sophomore scored 21 points in a 64-25 regional win over Garrett.

Markus Burton, Penn boys basketball

The Notre Dame-bound guard scored a career-high 47 points in an 85-51 win over South Bend Washington.

Zane Doughty, Ben Davis boys basketball

The Valparaiso recruit had 19 points and 14 rebounds in a 62-47 victory against Lawrence North.

Sam Goin, Crown Point wrestling

The senior 160-pounder beat Penn's AJ Steebeke 5-0 to win his fourth semistate title.

Chloey Graham, Gibson Southern girls basketball

The junior guard scored 17 points to lead five players in double figures for the Titans in a 71-55 regional win against Princeton.

Mason Jones, Valparaiso boys basketball

The Ball State recruit had 26 points, eight rebounds and six assists in a 78-73 overtime victory against Crown Point.

Bailey Kelham, Garrett girls basketball

The Huntington recruit scored 20 points in a 64-25 regional loss to Twin Lakes and finished as the program's career scoring leader with 1,722 points.

Matthew King, Hammond Central boys basketball

The junior scored 26 points in a 76-69 win against Chesterton.

Mia Prusiecki, Center Grove girls swimming

The junior won her second consecutive state diving title with 478.30 points.

Kira Reynolds, South Bend Washington girls basketball

The 6-foot-4 sophomore scored 19 points as the Panthers rallied from an eight-point halftime deficit to beat Valparaiso 60-41 to win a regional title.

Alexandra Schackell, Carmel girls swimming

The sophomore set a state record of 21.93 in the 50-yard freestyle, breaking her own record set the day before in the preliminaries. She also set a state record of 50.89 in the 100 butterfly and was part of two national record-setting relay teams: the 200 medley (1:36.98) and the 200 free (1:30.23).

Jack Smiley, Valparaiso boys basketball

The sophomore had 28 points and six assists in a 78-73 overtime win against Crown Point.

Molly Sweeney, Carmel girls swimming

The freshman swam on two relays that set national records at the state finals: the 200-yard medley (1:36.98) and the 200 freestyle (1:30.23). She also won the 100 breaststroke.

Vanessa Wimberly, Lake Central girls basketball

The sophomore scored 12 points and grabbed nine rebounds to help the Indians beat Northridge 42-29 and earn their first semistate berth since 1998.

Devon Woods, Pike boys basketball

The senior point guard had 29 points in a 91-70 win against Indianapolis North Central.

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