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Top stars, best performances from 2022 Florida High School Boys Basketball State Championships

Here are some of the best performances from the FHSAA boys basketball state championships - from Class 1A through 7A.

The 2022 Florida (FHSAA) High School Boys Basketball State Championships featured dozens of standout performances.

Listed below are some of the best performances from the FHSAA boys basketball state championships - from Class 1A through 7A.

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TOP STARS FROM FHSAA BOYS BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

CLASS 1A

Shayne Davis, Bradford

Davis finished with a game-high 17 points in their 53-35 semifinal win over Hawthorne. Davis also finished with 17 points in the state championship game, to help lead the Tornadoes to their first ever state title.

Latrell Sanders, Paxton

Sanders finished with a game-high 20 points, in a 50-49 semifinal win over Malone.

Kaleb Wilson, Malone

Wilson finished with a team-high 16 points, in their 50-49 semifinal loss vs Paxton.

Zachaeus Daniels, Malone

Daniels added 14 points of his own, in the semifinal loss to Paxton.

CLASS 2A

Latrell Davis, First Baptist Academy

Davis finished with a game-high 25 points in their semifinal loss vs Orlando Christian Prep.

Ven-Allen Lubin, Orlando Christian Prep

The Notre Dame signee finished with a team-high 20 points in the semifinal, followed by 15 in the championship game.

AJ Brown, Orlando Christian Prep

The Ohio University signee finished with a game-high 21 points in the state championship game, leading the Warriors to their third straight title.

Issac Tevarus, North Florida Educational Institute

Tevarus finished with a game-high 44 points, in their 76-72 overtime semifinal loss to Sagemont.

Adrian Cruz, Sagemont

Cruz led the Lions with 40 points in the semifinal win over North Florida Educational Institute.

Dominic Issa, Sagemont

Issa finished with 13 points in the semifinal win, followed by being held to just two points in the championship game.

CLASS 3A

Esteban Lluberes, Riviera Prep

Lluberes finished with a game-high 20 points in their semifinal win over Holy Trinity. Lluberes followed up with a 28-point performance in a 67-66 loss to Florida High.

Dante Allen, Riviera Prep

Allen followed up with 15 points of his own in the semifinal win.

Thaddeus Burns, Florida State University High- Tallahassee

Burns finished with a team-high 16 points in their semifinal win over Tampa Catholic.

Tre Donaldson, Florida State University High- Tallahassee

Donaldson added 13 points of his own in their semifinal win over Tampa Catholic. Donaldson finished with 22 points in the championship win over Riviera Prep.

Anthony Robinson, Florida State University High- Tallahassee

Robinson finished with 19 points in the state championship win over Riviera Prep.

CLASS 4A

Jacob Daniels, Gibbs

Daniels finished with a game-high 21 points in their semifinal loss vs Andrew Jackson.

Jacquez Day, Gibbs

Day finished with 14 total rebounds, in their semifinal loss vs Andrew Jackson.

Brice Sensabaugh, Lake Highland Prep

Sensabaugh finished with a game-high 25 points and 7 rebounds in their semifinal loss vs Calvary Christian Academy.

Marvel Allen, Calvary Christian Academy

Allen finished with 19 points, leading the Eagles to the Class 4A state championship game.

Taylor Hendricks, Calvary Christian Academy

The UCF signee finished with 18 points in the semifinals, followed by an 11-point performance in the championship game.

Michael Swift, Andrew Jackson

Swift averaged 13.5 points per game in the two games in Lakeland. The Tigers finished as class 4A runner-up.

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