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Madison Davis, Marian Catholic star, voted SBLive's National High School Girls Athlete of the Week (Jan. 9-15)

Davis poured on 29 points in a 50-29 win over Marist

Marian Catholic (Illinois) standout Madison Davis was voted SBLive's National Girls Basketball Player of the Week by fans and readers for the week of Jan. 9-15.

She received 11,117 of the 18,123 votes, which made up for 61.3 percent of the total tally after scoring 29 points in a win over Marist. 

Lone Peak (Utah) standout Kailey Woolston finished second in the voting with 5,831 cast (32.2 percent of the total) after the BYU commit dropped a state record 10 3-pointers on her way to 38 points in a win over Pleasant Grove.

Scroll down for the final vote count and breakdowns of each nominee. 

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Omaha Biliew, Waukee (Iowa) boys basketball

The senior future Iowa State Cyclone poured in 40 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in a 71-61 win over Johnston. Bilew made 6 of 7 3-point shots for the 7-1 Warriors.

Ellie Bost, La Salle (Washington) girls basketball

The sophomore sizzled at the Eagle Holiday Classic, hitting five 3-pointers on her way to a school-record 39 points in a win over Newport. She also had 20 points in the team’s win over Kettle Falls.

Isaac Carr, Central Catholic (Oregon) boys basketball

The sophomore scored a team-high 19 points while also having six rebounds and three steals for the Rams in their 64-53 win over Lake Oswego in a first-round game at the Les Schwab Invitational at Liberty High School. He scored 27 points in a 71-59 tournament loss to Tualatin.

Kanon Catchings, Brownsburg (Indiana) boys basketball

The Purdue commit scored a tourney-record 39 points in a 75-51 victory over host Kokomo in the Phil Cox Memorial Tournament final.

Jayden Davis, Chartiers Valley (Pennsylvania) boys basketball

In a 52-49 win over Aliquippa, Davis poured in a season-high 40 points.

Kyan Evans, Staley (Missouri) boys basketball

The Colorado State recruit had a triple-double in a 77-42 win over Blue Springs at the William Jewell Holiday Classic with 17 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists.

Cassidy Geddes, Newton-Conover (North Carolina) girls basketball

A 5-foot-7 senior, Geddes is doing it all. She’s averaging 21.6 points, 5.8 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 4.7 steals.

Devin Hutcherson, Holy Innocents (Georgia) boys basketball

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Hutcherson finished with 39 points, 22 rebounds and two steals and blocks in a one-point win over Wiregrass Ranch.

Elise Jaeger, West Des Moines Valley (Iowa) girls basketball

The junior had a double-double with 13 points, 17 rebounds, six steals and two blocked shots as the Tigers handed Southeast Polk its first loss of the season, 50-46.

Molly Joyce, Algona Garrigan (Iowa) girls basketball

The standout senior guard put up 28 points on 11-for-15 shooting as the Bears won their ninth straight, 85-41 over North Iowa. She hit six 3-pointers and also handed out five assists.

Grace Kingery, North Ridgeville (Ohio) girls basketball

Kingery scored 19 points against Rocky Rover to eclipse the career 1,000-point mark, while also grabbing nine rebounds. The next day, the junior scored a career-high 35 points and shot 9-of-14 from 3-point range to break the school record for 3-pointers in a game.

Kolton Mitchell, Lake City (Idaho) boys basketball:

If you haven't heard of this standout northern Idaho point guard, why not start now? The Idaho State pledge put up 29 points, seven assists, five steals and five rebounds in an 82-57 win over Eagle.

Courtland Muldrew, Springdale (Arkansas) boys basketball

The 6-3 sophomore point guard scored 43 points in a 78-64 victory over Germantown (Tenn.) in the Poplar Bluff (Mo.) Showdown. He had 22 points, 11 rebounds, 5 assists and 1 steal in a 68-46 victory over Douglass (Tenn.) in the same tournament. He also had 36 points, 12 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 blocks in a 75-71 overtime loss to Blytheville in the same tournament.

Jake Rath, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge (Nebraska) boys basketball

In a 56-46 win in Thursday's LCC holiday tournament, he put up 30 points on 11 of 14 shooting and 15 boards. The next day he dropped 35 on 14 of 17 shooting and another 15 rebounds in a 75-61 victory.

Taylor Rietveld, Camden County (Georgia) girls basketball

Rietveld finished with 38 points and 15 rebounds in the third game of the Florida Prospects Invitational and was named to the all-tournament team.


Jackson Shelstad, West Linn (Oregon) boys basketball

The Oregon commit averaged 33 points over four games to lead West Linn to a head-turning Les Schwab Invitational championship that included wins over two nationally ranked teams — No. 16 Sierra Canyon and No. 1 Duncanville.

Shay Shippen, Skyline (Idaho) girls basketball

Racked up a stat line of 34 points - including six 3 pointers - 11 rebounds and seven assists in a 67-60 win against American Fork (UT).

Caron Williams, L’Anse Creuse (Michigan) boys basketball

L’Anse Creuse senior guard, and Grand Valley State University commit Caron Williams erupted for a tremendous performance in a 76-75 win over UPrep. Williams finished the game with 33 points while also hitting the game-winning free throw to secure the win.