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Arkansas high school girls basketball: Top stars, best performances for week of February 8

Here is a list of top girls basketball performances for the week of Feb. 8-14.
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Some midweek winter weather limited the schedule last week, but there were still career marks set and big performances that helped fuel close, big-time wins.

Below is a list of top girls basketball performances for the week of Feb. 8-14. If you know of a player we should add, email ndosports@yahoo.com.

STATEWIDE GIRLS BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD

Top Arkansas girls basketball stars, Feb. 8-14

Olivia Allen, Southside Batesville

The 5-foot-6 junior guard had a game-high 17 points in a 48-32 win against Trumann on Tuesday.

Bailey Augustine, Walnut Ridge

The senior forward exploded for a game-high 30 points Tuesday in a 50-49 win over Corning.

Claudia Bridges, Fayetteville

The senior point guard finished with 18 points in Tuesday’s big 45-41 home win against Bentonville.

Chloe Clardy, Conway

The sophomore guard led the Wampus Cats on Tuesday with 20 points in a 66-41 win against Cabot.

Wakiryah Daniels, Nettleton

The senior guard scored 13 of her 21 points in the first quarter in a 52-36 rout of Paragould on Tuesday.

Caroline Harris, Des Arc

The senior guard and Ouachita Baptist commit exploded for 21 points and had three steals in just two quarters of Tuesday’s 62-18 win over Hazen.

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Taylor Hooten, Quitman

The sophomore guard had 16 points in a 68-25 blowout of Marshall on Friday.

Janiya Johnson, Star City

The senior combo guard helped fuel Tuesday’s 51-19 rout of Watson Chapel with 14 points, six steals and four rebounds as the Bulldogs remained undefeated in conference play.

Cheyanne Kemp, Morrilton

The sophomore forward stuffed the scorebook all week. In a 62-45 win at Clarksville on Tuesday, she totaled 14 points, eight rebounds and three assists. On Friday, Morrilton traveled to Clarksville and ran away with a 65-34 victory, and Kemp had 15 points, six rebounds and five assists. In a 63-32 blasting of Heber Springs on the road Saturday, she scored 19 points and grabbed three rebounds. The three wins sealed a 10-0 conference record and title for the Devil Dogs.

Caroline Lyles, Fayetteville

The junior put up 17 points in a 45-41 home win against 6A-West Conference leader Bentonville on Tuesday.

Kenley McCarn, Melbourne

The senior wing and Tennessee-Martin commit scored 16 points in Tuesday’s 45-43 win against Marmaduke as the Bearkatz ran their win streak to 21 games.

AJ McCandlis, Viola

The sophomore guard led the Longhorns with 23 points Tuesday in a 60-55 win against Tuckerman.

Abree McCrotty, Dover

The sophomore guard poured in 25 points in a 67-62 victory against Atkins on Friday.

Silver Mulliniks, Quitman

The sophomore wing had 23 points in Friday’s 68-25 thrashing of Marshall.

Wynter Rogers, Little Rock Christian

The senior guard and West Virginia commit dominated in the paint with a game-high 17 points with 15 rebounds and five assists in a 56-25 win against Little Rock Parkview on Tuesday. She scored 11 points in a 62-32 blowout of Maumelle on Friday, and with six free throws to close her night, she became LRCA’s all-time leading scorer with 1,831 points, surpassing Reagan Bradley.

Jaiden Thomas, Conway

The junior guard and Louisiana Tech commit chipped in 12 points in a 66-41 rout of Cabot on Tuesday and torched Fort Smith Northside for 31 points and nine three-pointers in Friday’s 69-56 road win.

If you know of a player we should add to the list now or in a future week, email the details to ndosports@yahoo.com.