There are buzzer-beaters and then there are BUZZER-BEATERS. Max Martz of Upper Arlington is the son of one of the greatest high school basketball players of all-time, Mike Martz.
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...who had Ohio's best individual performance this past week?
MaxPreps and JJHuddle are proud to announce that they will sponsor athletes of the week in girls basketball during the 2016-2017 school year.
Each week during the season (regular and post), there will be a fan-generated contest to tab two weekly winners. Each winner will receive awards (bracelets and certificates).How does it work?
Fans will nominate top performances (send emails to email@example.com) and nominees will also be selected from those schools that report stats on MaxPreps. We will announce the weekly finalists (up to 10) on MaxPreps and JJHuddle every Tuesday and voting will be conducted in a special poll. Voting will cease at noon on Monday. The winners (two per week) will be announced the next day along with the next week's nominees. The TOP TWO vote-getters will win the weekly awards.
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Last week over 441,000 votes were cast! And THREE girls generated over 100,000 votes each. Therefore, this week we are naming all three players winners.
Week 13 Ohio HS Girls Basketball Athletes of the Week* Lauren Collier, Grandview Heights (Columbus) (FINAL VOTING RESULTS)
a career-high 30 points, including a three-point play with five seconds
left in regulation, in a 49-47 D-III sectional tournament win over West
Jefferson. * Danika Mann, Tri-Village (New Madison) (FINAL VOTING RESULTS)
Scored 17 points to surpass 1,000 for her career in a 58-41 D-IV sectional final win over Newton. * Ellie Jo Johnson, South Webster (South Webster) (FINAL VOTING RESULTS)
had 18 points, seven rebounds, three steals and scored her 1,000th
point in a 40-39 D-IV sectional win over Western Latham. Had 21 points,
17 rebounds and seven assists in a district semifinal win over Belpre.
Week 14 Ohio HS Girls Basketball Athlete of the Week nominees* Maddie Blyer, Hoover (North Canton, Ohio)
Senior point guard and Ashland recruit hit two 3s in the final 60 seconds, including the game-winner as time expired, to lift the Vikings past Federal League rival and champion GlenOak44-43 in a D-I district final. Blyer ended with 11 points. * Dayshanette Harris, Ursuline (Youngstown)
Scored 29 points, including 15 in the fourth quarter, in a 68-62 win over rival Mooney in the D-III district semifinals. * Gabby Burris, Liberty Union (Baltimore)
Had 31 points and 10 rebounds in a 66-62 win over North Union in a D-III district semifinal. Added 32 points and 15 rebounds in a district final win over Marion Pleasant. * Kylie White, Ottawa-Glandorf
Senior post scored 16 points and became just the third player in program history to surpass 1,000 career points in a 51-40 D-II district semifinal win over Lima Bath. * Jiselle Thomas, Norwalk
Senior scored 12 points to surpass 2,000 for her career as the Truckers won their first D-II district title 34-32 over Bellevue. * Allison Adelsperger, Old Fort
Senior had 29 points and four steals in 65-48 D-IV district final win over Arcadia. It is the Stockaders first district title since 1978.* Alli Fischer, Minster
Set a single-season school record for assists (132) in a 73-52 D-IV district final win over Upper Scioto Valley.