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Records were broken, tied and flirted with. Game-winners were hit. And all in all, there were many outstanding high school boys and girls basketball performances across the state of Washington.

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Here is a collection of those that stood above the pack last week. Results that occurred between Jan. 17 and 23 were considered.

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Woodinville's Tatum Thompson (Photo by Vince Miller)

Woodinville's Tatum Thompson (Photo by Vince Miller)

Aubrey Amendala, Tumwater (2A)

The senior point guard tallied a team-high 20 points on 9-of-15 shooting with five assists and five rebounds in a non-league win over then-3A No. 3 Lake Washington.

Anna Coronado, Othello (2A)

The junior wing player racked up a game-high 27 points on 11-of-19 shooting with six steals in a win over Selah.Malia Ruud, Chiawana: The ninth grad post player continued her big debut season with a career-high 38 points in a loss to Hanford.

Mya Groce, Pasco (3A)

The leader of the No. 2 Bulldogs had 20 points, and eclipsed the 1,000-point mark for her career in a victory over Hermston.

Jersey Huerta, Kentwood (4A)

The junior poured in a game-high 21 points, 13 coming in the fourth quarter and overtime as the Conks beat Glacier Peak at the King Classic. Huerta sank a double-clutch 3-pointer in the final seconds of regulation to send the game into OT.

Ella Gallatin, Snohomish (3A)

The guard tied a school-record with 38 points, including five 3-pointers, as the Panthers beat 4A top-10 Lake Stevens.

Addison Hall, Winlock (2B)

The senior exploded for a game-high 34 points, including six 3-pointers in the team’s win over Willapa Valley.

Iliana Moran, Hanford (4A)

The senior guard exploded for a team-high 28 points, and went over 1,000 points for her career in a win over Chiawana.

Dylan Philip, Ellensburg (2A)

The senior guard tallied a game-high 27 points as the No. 1 Bulldogs swept the 2A CWAC season series against Selah. She also had 20 points in a win over Ephrata, and 24 points in a win over Grandview.

Baylor Thomas, Lake Stevens (4A)

The senior point guard totaled a game-high 25 points, 11 coming in the decisive fourth quarter as the Vikings downed Tahoma in a top-10 matchup at the King Classic.

Tatum Thompson, Woodinville (4A)

The Boise State signee had two big late-week outings - 30 points and eight rebounds in a win over Bothell, and 23 points and 15 rebounds in a top-three showdown victory over Arlington.

Jenna Villa, Arlington (3A)

The D1 wing player had 20 points and career-high 17 rebounds in win over Lynnwood, and a game-high 25 points in a loss to Woodinville.


North Kitsap's Jonas La Tour set a program record against Bainbridge.

North Kitsap's Jonas La Tour set a program record against Bainbridge.

Camas forward Carson Frawley tied a school record set in 1964.

Camas forward Carson Frawley tied a school record set in 1964.

Asjon Anderson, Mount Tahoma (3A)

Capped the week with 34 points in a win over Lincoln on Friday after going for 32 in a loss to No. 2 Auburn and 27 in a win over Silas. (More on Anderson’s legacy, backstory here.)

Connor Chalich, Sumner (4A)

The Spartans’ sharpshooter scored 14 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter of a tight 4A SPSL win over Bellarmine Prep.

Clay Delp, Zillah (1A)

Scored 26 points and hit key free throws down the stretch to go a perfect 12-for-12 at the line in a narrow win over rival Toppenish on Saturday, extending the Leopards’ league win streak to 121 games.

Carson Frawley, Camas (4A)

Had 43 points to tie a school record set in 1964 and tied a program record for most 3s in a game with 10 in a win over Evergreen.

Cade Gibson and Emmett Fenz, Ellensburg (2A)

Scored 25 points apiece to notch a key 2A CWAC win over Selah on Friday.

Miles Gurske, Timberline (3A)

Stuffed the stat sheet in a win over North Thurston, finishing with 31 points, nine assists and three steals. Also had 15 points, seven boards and six assists in a win over River Ridge.

Louis Halliday, Eastside Catholic (3A)

Had a game-high 26 points to help the Crusaders upset O’Dea on the road.

Jordan Hansen, King’s (1A)

After tallying 23 points, nine boards and five steals in a win over 4A Tahoma on Monday, the Idaho State commit notched consecutive 37-point games, first over Cedar Park Christian to move into third all-time on the school’s scoring list, then against Northwest School, where he also grabbed 13 boards.

Trevor Hennig, Mount Si (4A)

Banner week for the sophomore guard. Finished with 18 points and five boards in a win over Seattle Prep, 19 points and five assists in a win over Tahoma and 17 points and 11 boards in a win over Skyline — all on top of fielding his first Division I offer from Eastern Washington.

Brooklyn Hicks, Timberline (3A)

Had 31 points and 15 boards in a win over River Ridge and another double-double — 17 points, 11 boards — in a win over North Thurston.

Xavier Kamalu-Vargas, Mt. Spokane (3A)

Scored 21 points and hit key free throws down the stretch to lead the Wildcats to a key 3A GSL win over Ferris.

Eddie Klatush, Oakville (1B)

Outscored North River all by himself, dropping 51 points to help the Acorns to a 82-45 win.

Jonas La Tour, North Kitsap (2A)

Scored a school record 57 points in a win over Bainbridge. What’s more impressive? He did it on 24 of 27 shooting, and added eight boards and three steals. State POY candidate has the Vikings eager to repeat as 2A champs.

Tyran Lane, Lummi (1B)

Scored 20 points in a win over Lopez Island Monday, 22 against Grace Academy Thursday and 26 in a win over Cedar Park Christian (Lynwood) Friday.

John Lustig, Colfax (2B)

Had 29 points in a win over Chewelah and followed it up the next day with a 38-point outing to edge Davenport inn a battle atop the Northeast 2B standings.

Jordan Medcalf, Lynden (2A)

Scored 22 inn a win over 4A Lake Stevens, 19 in the Lions’ blowout over Mount Vernon to affirm first place in the Northwest Conference Wednesday and 20 on Saturday in a win over Arlington.

Xavier Murdy, Coupeville (2B)

Big 4-0 week for the senior guard. Finished with 17 points and seven boards at South Whidbey, 22 and four against Concrete, 15 and 12 against Friday Harbor and 21 points (on seven 3s), four boards and three steals against Darrington for the undefeated Wolves.

Levi Pepper, Selah (2A)

Dynamic, stat-stuffing junior finished with 22 points, 22 boards and seven boards in a win over Othello.

Josiah Pierre, Kamiak (4A)

Had 37 points on 14 of 18 shooting in a win over Kent-Meridian and 28 points and eight boards in a narrow loss to Mariner.

Jeremiah Sibley, University (3A)

The senior guard had 15 points in a key league win over Central Valley Thursday, then followed it up with 24 a against Ridgeline Saturday.

Caleb Smith, Goldendale (2B)

Finished with. 26 points and 14 boards in a 30-point win over White Swan.

Ashton Waldman, Zillah (1A)

Scored 15 of his career-high 30 points in the third quarter of a 78-72 win over Toppenish, helping the Leopards extend a 10-year league win streak.

Chase Wilson, Okanogan (2B)

Finished his second highest scoring outing of the season against Oroville with 38 points, four blocks and eight rebounds in a 70-49 win over Oroville

Will Woodward, Eastlake (4A)

University of Washington baseball signee isn’t too shabby on the hardwood, either. Had 34 points and 15 rebounds in a win over Bothell and 38 points and down 16 boards in a win over Issaquah.

(Lead photo by Vince Miller)