In the West, powerhouse Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.)
whipped Planet Athlete Sports Academy (Phoenix, Ariz.) 109-65 for its 46th consecutive victory. UNLV signee Christian Wood
set the pace with 28 points, six rebounds, four blocks and three assists, while Nigel Williams-Goss
contributed 16 points and an impressive 16 assists for the 27-0 Pilots.
*Meanwhile, Midwest power Germantown (Wis.)
ran its winning streak to 49 games with an 80-48 victory over Hartford (Wis.).
*University of Kansas recruit Conner Frankamp
pumped in 48 points as North (Wichita, Kan.)
defeated East (Wichita, Kan.) 71-63. He also had a 43-point game during the week and has a shot at becoming the career scoring leader in a city which has produced many superstars.
*Sophomore star Aaron Holiday
also had a 48-point game to lead Campbell Hall (North Hollywood, Calif.)
to an 87-69 victory over Viewpoint (Calabasas, Calif.).
scored 40 points as Palm Springs (Calif.)
defeated Cathedral City (Calif.) 82-66. Christian Wilson
had 40 points for Cathedral City.
*Garinger (Charlotte, N.C.)
has a promising freshman, 7-foot, 250-pound Raekwon Long
, who is averaging 12.1 points and 11.8 rebounds. He flashed his enormous potential recently during a game in which he amassed 26 points, 22 rebounds and 13 blocks.
Two boys basketball powerhouses in different parts of the country extended long winning streaks during the past week.