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Vote: Who should be SBLive’s National High School Girls Basketball Player of the Week? (2/26/2024)

Read up on the top performers across the country last week and pick the best of the best

Each week during the 2023-24 high school girls basketball season, SBLive Sports will gather the best performances across the country with the help of fans, readers and staff.

Now, it’s your turn to choose a standout among the pack, the best of the best.

Here are the nominees for SBLive’s National High School Girls Basketball Player of the Week for Feb. 19-25. Voting closes on Monday, March 4, at 11:59 (Pacific Time).

Want to nominate an athlete? Please email or tag us on Twitter or Instagram at @SBLiveSports.

Editor’s Note: Our Athlete of the Week feature and corresponding poll is intended to be fun, and we do not set limits on how many times a fan can vote during the competition. However, we do not allow votes that are generated by script, macro or other automated means. Athletes that receive votes generated by script, macro or other automated means will be disqualified.

SBLive National High School Girls Basketball Player of the Week candidates

Jayda Angel, sr., Cape Fear (North Carolina)

Angel came up two steals shy of a triple-double in a 72-60 victory over South View, finishing with 28 points, 10 rebounds, eight steals and four assists.

Alyssa Ervin, sr., Carroll County (Virginia)

Ervin poured in 43 points — including the 2,000th of her Carroll County career — in a 62-55 win over Pulaski County.

Whitney Evans, sr., Henderson (Pennsylvania)

Evans carried Henderson with 28 points in a 57-56 overtime victory over Council Rock South.

Bella Flemings, so., San Antonio Brennan (Texas)

Flemings hit multiple big shots en route to a 47-point effort as San Antonio Brennan defeated Clark in overtime, 80-73.

Maddyn Greenway, so., Providence Academy (Minnesota)

Greenway tallied 43 points, 10 rebounds, nine assists and five steals as Providence Academy blew by Academy of Holy Angels, 98-62.

Seleh Harmon, jr., Norman North (Oklahoma)

Harmon had 31 points in a 72-70 triple-overtime win over rival Norman.

Bella Hines, jr., Eldorado (New Mexico)

Hines put up 42 points, eight rebounds, four assists and three steals in a 66-43 victory over West Mesa.

Emily Kate Jones, sr., First Baptist (Texas)

Jones dominated with 38 points, 16 rebounds, five steals and two assists as First Baptist took down Austin Waldorf, 73-32.

AJ Mannering, sr., Peyton (Colorado)

Mannering had 36 points in a 95-15 win over Thomas MacLaren.

Meg Moore, Tishomingo County (Mississippi)

Moore, only an eighth-grader, scored 30 points in a 53-34 victory over Louisville.

Britt Prince, sr., Elkhorn North (Nebraska)

Prince, a five-star Nebraska signee, had 30 points in a 73-45 win over Blair.

Devyn Quigley, sr., Manchester Township (New Jersey)

Quigley, an N.C. State signee, tallied 35 points, 12 rebounds, six assists and three steals in a 77-43 victory over Overbrook.

Ally Schimel, sr., Corbett (Oregon)

Schimel exploded for a career-high 45 points as Corbett downed Burns, 72-44.

Sarah Strong, sr., Grace Christian (North Carolina)

Strong, a five-star forward, had 30 points as Grace Christian captured the Class 3A title by defeating High Point, 82-33.

Willow Thiel, sr., Perham (Minnesota)

Thiel put up a double-double in a 71-42 rout of Thief River Falls, finishing with 30 points and 13 rebounds.

Iyanna Wade, jr., Clairton (Pennsylvania)

Wade erupted for 56 points in a 72-45 victory over Winchester Thurston.

Breanna Williams, sr., Skyview (Montana)

Williams was back at it in a 66-32 win over C.M. Russell, tallying 33 points, 15 rebounds, five assists and four blocks. Williams will play college basketball for Maryland.

McKenna Woliczko, so., Archbishop Mitty (California)

Woliczko had 30 points, nine rebounds and five blocks as Archbishop Mitty blew by St. Ignatius, 88-44.

-- Bob Lundeberg | @sblivesports