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Morrilton's Brock Hendrix voted SBLive’s Arkansas High School Boys Basketball Player of the Week


Congratulations to Morrilton senior Brock Hendrix for being voted SBLive’s Arkansas High School Boys Basketball Player of the Week! 

The senior guard surpassed the 1,000-point milestone for his career with 19 points in a 59-49 win over Subiaco Academy on Friday night.

Hendrix received54.96% of the vote, beating out Bentonville West's Riley Buccino who finished second with 32.28%.

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Here are the other athletes who were nominated for Jan. 11-17:

Caleb Blakely, Farmington: The sophomore guard chipped in 16 points and some key free throws down the stretch in the Cardinals’ 63-58 4A-1 Conference home win against Huntsville on Friday night. He pulled down 15 rebounds in Saturday’s 77-68 victory against Berryville. 

Riley Buccino, Bentonville West: The junior shooting guard scored 15 of his game-high 21 points in the first half of a 57-50 win against Har-Ber on Friday night that give the Wolverines back-to-back 6A-West Conference victories. 

Clay Burks, Rivercrest: The junior point guard totaled 18 points in a 72-41 home romp of Piggott in 3A-3 Conference play Tuesday night. 

C.J. Delancy, Valley View: The senior forward scored seven of his 18 points in the fourth quarter to fuel the Blazers’ 49-37 4A-3 Conference home win against Highland on Friday night. He added eight rebounds and seven blocked shots.

Spencer Honeycutt, Westside: The junior guard nailed four three-pointers and finished with 21 points in a 64-44 win Saturday night against Batesville Southside as the Warriors notched their first 4A-3 victory of the season.

Brian Jones, Blytheville: The senior small forward hit the second and third free throws after being fouled on a three-point attempt with one second remaining, allowing the Chickasaws to escape with a 50-49 win over Brookland on Monday night and giving them a leg up in the 4A-3 Conference race. Jones totaled 14 points in the game. 

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Jay Jones, Bay: The senior guard exploded for 29 points in a 55-54 home loss to Buffalo Island Central on Friday night.

Jesse Kinard, Buffalo Island Central: The senior guard poured in a game-high 30 points Friday night in a 55-54 win over Bay in 2A-3 Conference play.

Chris Littleton, Osceola: The senior forward drilled six three-pointers and totaled 21 points in a 68-56 3A-3 Conference win at Manila on Tuesday night.

Daylen Love, Osceola: The junior swing man had 16 points and 12 rebounds in Tuesday night’s 68-56 victory at Manila.

Keyln McBride, Jonesboro: The senior guard led all scorers with 19 points Tuesday in a 71-52 home win against 5A-East rival West Memphis.

Doss McDaniel, Ridgefield Christian: The freshman guard hit seven of his nine three-pointers in the third quarter on his way to 35 points in a 91-48 win against Hillcrest in a 1A-3 Conference game Tuesday night. According to the 2018-19 Arkansas Activities Association record book, McDaniel’s seven threes in a quarter broke the record of six held by West Fork’s Josh Farrell (2012) and St. Joe’s Brady Willis (2014). 

Austin Meyers, Vilonia: The junior shooting guard, also a quarterback commit to the University of Kansas, had 22 points in the Eagles’ 52-49 victory over Greenwood on Friday night. The win moved Vilonia to 3-1 in the 5A-West Conference.

Jayden Shannon, Tuckerman: The senior shooting guard poured in 23 points Tuesday to fuel the Bulldogs’ 54-50 win against Cedar Ridge. Tuckerman avenged its only 2A-2 Conference loss of the season.

Layne Taylor, Farmington: The freshman guard led all scorers with 25 points in a 63-58 4A-1 Conference home win against Huntsville on Friday night. He was even better Saturday, scoring 34 points with six rebounds in a 77-68 victory against Berryville.

Jaden Torres, Rogers Heritage: The junior point guard scored 18 points to help lead the War Eagles to a 68-58 win at Fort Smith Southside on Friday night, snapping the program’s conference losing streak at 12 games.

Bryson Warren, Little Rock Central: The sophomore guard torched Cabot for 37 points in a 79-59 victory Friday night. On Tuesday, Warren scored 15 of his 26 points in the second half of a pivotal 67-64 road win against Bryant. 

Jayden Wiedeman, Corning: The senior small forward exploded for 23 points in the Bobcats’ dominant 63-46 road victory over Hoxie in 3A-3 Conference play Tuesday night.

Jayden Williams, Conway: The senior forward had 18 points and 13 rebounds in a 52-50 home loss to Fort Smith Northside on Friday night. 

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