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National high school top stars, best boys basketball performances of the week (March 6-12)

By Bob Lundeberg,


Each week, SBLive scours gyms, box scores and all corners of the country for the top high school basketball performances.

Here are the top boys performances around the country from March 6-12.

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Jack Benter, Brownstown Central (Indiana)

Benter, a Purdue commit, had 32 points in a 64-49 regional victory over Forest Park.

Levi Birkholz, Lakeside Lutheran (Wisconsin)

Birkholz exploded for 41 points in a 68-65 Division 3 section championship win over Madison Edgewood. Birkholz is committed to The Citadel.

Markus Burton, Penn (Indiana)

Burton scored 34 points — making all seven of his second-half field goals — as Penn came back to defeat Chesterton, 73-60, in a regional game.

Isaiah Collier, Wheeler (Georgia)

Collier, a USC signee, had 22 points and seven assists in the Class 7A state championship game. Collier and Wheeler cruised to a 78-58 victory over Cherokee .

Jason Crowe Jr., Lynwood (California)

Crowe Jr.’s sensational freshman season continued with a 40-point effort in an 87-65 victory over Pacifica Christian. He then scored 36 in the Division V championship game , leading Lynwood to an 89-58 rout of Tollhouse Sierra.

Connor Dick, Hellgate (Montana)

Dick had 28 points and eight rebounds as Hellgate defeated Billings West, 70-50, in the Class 2A title game.

Caleb Foster, Notre Dame (California)

Foster scored 28 points in an 80-61 victory over Sierra Canyon in the Southern California Division 1 Regional championship game. The result ended Bronny James ’ high school career for the Trailblazers. He then set a new title game record with 33 points in the state final as Notre Dame took down Granada, 67-58.

Brock Harding, Moline (Illinois)

Harding scored 28 points as Moline captured the Class 4A state title with a 59-42 win over Benet.

Tre Johnson, Lake Highlands (Texas)

Johnson finished with 29 points and eight rebounds as Lake Highlands defeated Beaumont United, 55-44, to win its first state title since 1968.

Armani Perkins, Holbrook (Massachusetts)

Perkins poured in 37 points — scoring 22 after halftime — to lead Holbrook past Mount Greylock, 75-60, in a Division 5 state quarterfinal.

Travis Perry, Lyon County (Kentucky)

Perry tallied 33 points as Lyon County took down Hopkinsville, 76-70, to claim its second straight Region 2 championship. Perry, a junior, has 4,317 career points, 20 shy of Kentucky’s all-time leader Kelly Coleman.

Zay Robinson, West Des Moines Valley (Iowa)

Robinson, only a sophomore, had 28 points as West Des Moines Valley captured the Class 4A title with a 75-67 victory over Waukee Northwest.

Moroni Seely-Roberts, Lincoln (Oregon)

Seely-Roberts compiled another double-double with 34 points and 12 rebounds as Lincoln defeated Barlow 94-74 in the third-place game at the Class 6A state tournament. Earlier in the tournament, the senior eclipsed the 3,000 career points mark in a win over Gresham.

Jackson Shelstad, West Linn (Oregon)

Shelstad filled up the box score with 32 points, nine assists, seven rebounds and three steals in an 89-69 Class 6A state semifinal victory over Lincoln.

Jah Short, Farmville Central (North Carolina)

Short led the way with 35 points as Farmville Central defeated Reidsville, 75-63, to win its eighth state title.

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