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Congratulations to O’Fallon girls basketball shooting guard Klaire Keel for being voted SBLive’s Missouri High School Athlete of the Week for Jan. 3-9!

The senior went 7-for-7 from beyond the 3-point line en route to a 21-point performance during a 73-42 win over Quincy Notre Dame.

Keel received 57.96% of this week’s vote, beating out Waterloo's Norah Gum who finished second with 41.4%. Milan's Cady Pauley finished third with 0.09% and De Smet's Brian Taylor finished fourth with 0.06%.

If you would like to nominate an athlete, please email athleteoftheweek@scorebooklive.com or message us on Twitter or Instagram at @sblivemiz.

Here are the other athletes who were nominated for Jan. 3-9:

Cady Pauley, Milan girls basketball

Pauley was nothing short of dominant during Milan’s 59-43 win over Princeton, scoring 38 points while grabbing 14 rebounds. Pauley also had 5 assists, 5 steals and 4 blocks.

DeKaytin Calhoun, North County boys basketball

Calhoun dropped 28 points and six assists during a 76-54 win over Heritage Classical Christian Academy.

Nicole Hagerman, Bronaugh girls basketball

Hagerman notched a double-double during Bronaugh’s 46-10 win over Montrose by scoring 32 points and recording 15 rebounds.

Will Gurley, John Burroughs boys basketball

Gurley had a double-double during John Burroughs’ 62-56 win over Priory with 12 points and 12 rebounds.

Cameron Simcox, St. Clair wrestling

Simcox, a junior, rallied from a tough week prior to competing in the Fred Ross Invitational to take first place of the 152-pound weight class.

Kadie Rounkles, Tina-Avalon girls basketball

In one of the highest-scoring performances on this week’s list, Rounkles dropped 45 points and grabbed 20 rebounds during a 74-29 win over Keytesville.

Connor Casler, Francis Howell Central boys basketball

Despite an 80-55 loss to Fort Zumwalt South, Casler was 10-for-15 from the field en route to a 30-point night.

Gabe James, Francis Howell boys basketball

Despite a 58-49 loss to William Chrisman, James dropped a team-high 22 points to go along with five rebounds.

Addison Brownfield, Boonville girls basketball

Brownfield scored 22 points in addition to 8 steals, 6 rebounds and 5 assists during a 57-40 win over Clinton.

John Bol, CBC boys basketball

CBC nabbed a 73-69 win over Chicago Kenwood, and Bol’s 14 points, 17 rebounds and 6 blocks were a key part in that.

Kayla Jansen, St. Joseph’s girls basketball

Jansen was the difference in a 56-38 win over STEAM, scoring 30 points and grabbing 15 rebounds.

Iziah Purvey, Webster Groves boys basketball

Purvey continues to dominate for Webster Groves, this time scoring 31 points in addition to seven rebounds during a 75-63 win over Pattonville.

Michael Howard, Plattsburg boys basketball

Howard was close to getting a triple-double during Plattsburg’s 50-47 win over Lawson with 27 points, 11 rebounds and five assists.

Jasmine Gray, Pattonville girls basketball

Gray dropped 20 points in addition to six rebounds in a 43-34 win over Gateway Legacy Christian last week.

Brian Taylor, De Smet boys basketball

Taylor accounted for at least 42 points during an 88-52 win over Althoff, scoring 20 points of his own in addition to 11 assists. Taylor also grabbed six rebounds.

Kylie Williams, Orchard Farms girls basketball

Williams dropped a 20-point, 12-rebound double-double during Orchard Farms’ 53-47 win over Visitation.

Ryder Williams, Versailles boys basketball

Williams was, quite literally, the difference in a 93-62 win over Dixon, scoring 32 points while grabbing seven rebounds. 

Haley Yount, Northwest Cedar Hill girls basketball

Young was a nightmare for the opposition during a 42-37 win over St. Clair by scoring 14 points, grabbing 12 rebounds and blocking eight shots.

Jack Steinbach, Ladue boys basketball

During a 56-53 win over Parkway Central, Steinbach scored 20 points in addition to six assists.

Kennedy Horton, Brentwood girls basketball

Brentwood picked up a dominating, 58-10 win over Maplewood-RH, and Horton played a massive part in that with 34 points and 18 rebounds.

Sam Carosello, CBC boys hockey

The sophomore notched his third hat trick in a four-game span during CBC’s 9-3 win over Francis Howell.

Kellen Thames, Pattonville boys basketball

Thames did it all for Pattonville despite a 75-63 loss to Webster Groves, scoring 33 points to go along with five rebounds, five assists and four steals.

Andrew Young, Marquette boys basketball

Young is on double-double alert any time he touches the court, and he showed why with 27 points and 11 rebounds despite a 54-48 loss to Parkway West.

Norah Gum, Waterloo girls basketball

Gum had 19 points, 7 rebounds and 4 steals during a 48-29 win over Highland last week.

Jaden Betton, Liberty boys basketball

The Blue Jays grabbed a 62-52 win over Fort Zumwalt North, and Betton’s 25-point, seven-steal outing played a crucial part in that.

Carlie Vick, Westminster girls basketball

Westminster got a 75-15 win over Normandy, and Vick’s 19 points and seven rebounds played a key part in doing so.

Ethan Chartrand, Webster Groves boys basketball

Chartrand scored 25 points and grabbed four rebounds during a 64-37 win over Parkway Central.

P.J. Krodinger, St. Pius X girls basketball

During a 46-34 win over Hillsboro, Krodinger scored a game-high 18 points while recording six steals.

Dylan Murphy, Columbia boys basketball

Murphy scored a team-high 23 points and added five rebounds during a 58-43 win over Highland.

Kylee Orf, Liberty girls basketball

Orf scored 16 points and pulled down seven rebounds to help push Liberty past Bowling Green in a 47-42 triumph.

Holden Farmer, Rock Port boys basketball

Farmer scored a team-high 21 points during Rock Port’s 55-44 win over East Atchison.

Austin Vick, Westminster boys basketball

Vick dropped a double-double during a 50-29 win over Priory with 12 points and 15 rebounds.