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Here are some stars from the past week's boys and girls basketball games across Ohio.

If you know of a top performance we should include, please let us know in the comments.

Pictured above is Gahanna Lincoln's Sean Jones (photo by Jeff Harwell).


Rayquan Thompson, Solon boys basketball

Scored a game-high 24 points in the Comets’ 70-60 win over Mentor.

Jaeden Lawson, Cleveland Heights boys basketball

Lawson’s 22 points paced Cleveland Heights to a dominant 67-25 performance vs. Warrensville Heights.

Devin Royal, Pickerington Central boys basketball

Royal led all scorers with 27 points in the Tigers' 62-36 win vs. Garfield Heights.

Ryan Mueller, Gilmour boys basketball

The junior led both teams with 26 points and set the pace in the Lancers’ 62-49 win over Cleveland Central Catholic.

Christian Harmon, Akron Buchtel boys basketball

Posted 25 points vs. Dunbar in the Flyin’ to the Hoop tournament.

Sean Jones, Gahanna Lincoln boys basketball

The senior scored 27 points to snap Pickerington North’s six-game winning streak with a 53-42 win.

Tanner Holbert, Logan Elm boys basketball

Tallied a new career-high of 35 points to pull away from Amanda-Clearcreek 55-46.

BK Kwasniak, Cornerstone Christian Academy boys basketball

Scored 23 points in the second half to push the Patriots past Rittman 74-63.

Danny Flood, Buckeye boys basketball

Flood dropped 56 points, breaking his program's record for most points in a game in a 79-69 win over Elyria Catholic.

Evan Mahaffey, Archbishop Moeller boys basketball

Mahaffey scored 21 points in Moeller’s 54-40 win over St. Xavier.

Gianna Lane, Tree of Life girls basketball

Lane was responsible for more than half of the Trojans' scoring, finishing with 33 points including a buzzer-beater three vs. Delaware Christian.

Lauryn Stover, Gilmour girls basketball

Had 17 points, seven rebounds, five assists and two steals in Gilmour’s win over Tuslaw, 53-35.

Brooklynn Vickers, Brush girls basketball

Vickers had 21 points, including four threes, in the Arcs’ 71-55 win over Columbus Northland.

Imarianah Russell, Reynoldsburg girls basketball

Finished with 29 points and made 3 of 4 free throws during the final 40 seconds to put away Pickerington Central 56-53.

Jayda Mosley, Purcell Marian girls basketball

Had 33 points and set a program record for most 3-point field goals made in a game (11) in a 90-40 rout over Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy.

Hannah Logan, River Valley girls basketball

Finished with 19 points in a 68-57 in over Cardington Lincoln.

Chance Gray, Winton Woods girls basketball

The Oregon commit had 39 points, going 16-for-16 from the free-throw line as the Warriors took down Westerville South 69-62.

Olivia Kenney, Grove City girls basketball

Had 23 points in a 71-19 rout over Westland, recording her fourth 20-plus-point game of the season. 

Gina Goodman, Genoa girls basketball

Scored 34 points for the Comets and tied the school record with eight 3-pointers in a 62-12 win over Ostego.

Charia Smith, Northland girls basketball

Posted 16 points in a 68-15 win at Whetstone.