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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 Solon's Morgan Blackford (photo by Mike Cook).


Daniya McDonald, Whitehall girls basketball

The sophomore had 29 points in a 68-33 win over Beechcroft. 

Brooklyn Yoder, Waynedale girls basketball

Yoder scored 15 points in the second half to pace her team past Smithville 36-32.

Olivia Klanac, Medina girls basketball

Scored 20 points in a win over Brunswick to set a new program record for most varsity points by a freshman in a single season. 

Amari Slaughter, Orrville girls basketball

Connected on the game-winner and had 12 points and four rebounds in a 42-40 win over Canton South.

Katie Neuhart, Delaware Christian girls basketball

Finished with 22 points, recording her fifth-straight 20-plus-point game to rout Liberty Christian 50-10. 

Morgan Blackford, Solon

Scored 30 points to lead Solon to a 79-39 win over Brunswick to seal the conference championship.

Kylie Maxwell, Mentor girls basketball

Had a team-high 15 points and 12 rebounds as the Cardinals lost to Strongsville 55-46.

Addesa Miller, Dalton girls basketball

Put up 22 points and six rebounds in a 69-63 triple-overtime win over Wooster.

Naomi Keib, Smithville girls basketball

Hit three 3-pointers and finished with a team-high 20 points as the Warriors dominated Central Christian 65-7.

Hannah Logan, River Valley girls basketball

The senior dropped 20 points in a 53-40 win at Marion Harding, marking her sixth 20-plus-point game this season.

Zennia Thomas, Warrensville Heights girls basketball

Thomas, who averages 30.4 points per game, had 24 points, 20 rebounds and four assists vs. Shaker Heights.

Matt Mizner, Hoover boys basketball

Hit the game-winning 3 with less than five seconds left to upset St. Ignatius 50-48.

Hayden Nahra, Mayfield boys basketball

Nahra’s 17 points helped the Wildcats to a 60-57 overtime win over Lutheran East.

Micah McKee, Wooster boys basketball

Had 23 points and 11 rebounds to pace the Generals to an 81-72 win over Ashland.

Danny Flood, Buckeye boys basketball

Scored 23 of his game-high 28 points in the second half en route to breaking Buckeye High School’s all-time scoring record with 1,084 points.

Ayden Parsons, Worthington Kilbourne boys basketball

Scored over half of his team's points, finishing with 33 in Worthington Kilbourne’s 53-40 win over Delaware Hayes.

Drey Carter, Westerville South boys basketball

Exploded for 31 points, including 12 free throws, to top Westerville North in a huge rivalry win. 

Rob Dorsey III, Northland boys basketball

The senior scored 30 points and had seven rebounds and three steals to lead Northland to a win over Linden-McKinley.

Rayquan Thompson, Solon boys basketball

Thompson had a team-high 18 points to outlast Brunswick 65-60 and lead the Comets to their seventh straight win.

Shermarion Hardy, Cleveland Heights boys basketball

Chipped in 23 points in the Tigers’ 65-58 win over Maple.

Brayden Costea, Minerva boys basketball

Costea had a career night vs. Carrollton as he scored a career-high 37 points including seven 3-pointers to lead the Lions to a 55-51 win over the Pirates.