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2020-21 HIGHSCORE All-America Team: Raven Johnson headlines high school girls basketball's best and most talented players - HIGHSCORE
2020-21 MaxPreps All-America Team: Raven Johnson headlines high school girls basketball's best and most talented players
Each year since 2006, MaxPreps has recognized the top high school girls basketball players in America. Past honorees include Tina Charles, Elena Delle Donne, Maya Moore, Nneka Ogwumike, Breanna Stewart and A'ja Wilson, who all went on to win the WNBA's Most Valuable Player award.

Selections are based on team success, individual production and local, regional and state honors from the recently-completed season. Potential at the college and professional level is not a primary consideration. Players in post-graduate and non-scholastic programs are not eligible for inclusion.

It should be noted that are a handful of previous All-America selections not included this year — Azzi Fudd of St. John's (Washington, D.C.), Caroline Ducharme of Noble & Greenough (Dedham, Mass.), Brooke Demetre of Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.) and JuJu Watkins of Windward (Los Angeles) — due to their seasons being shortened, delayed or canceled by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Highlighted by MaxPreps Girls National Player of the Year selection Raven Johnson of Westlake, we present the 2020-21 MaxPreps All-America Team.
First Team

Lauren Betts, Grandview (Aurora, Colo.)
6-7 | Junior (2022) | Post | Stanford

Focal point of 17-1 team, scoring 17.1 points a game and adding 11.0 rebounds and 2.6 blocks. At 6-7, she was automatic close to the basket, hitting 80 percent of her field goal attempts.

K.K. Bransford, Mount Notre Dame (Cincinnati)
5-10 | Junior (2022) | Forward | Uncommitted

Ohio Ms. Basketball led the Cougars to an unbeaten season, a state title and the No. 3 ranking in the MaxPreps Top 25, averaging 21.4 points, 6.4 rebounds, 5.1 assists and 3.0 steals per game.

MAXPREPS NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Raven Johnson, Westlake (Atlanta)
5-8 | Senior (2021) | Guard | South Carolina

Key to Westlake's No.1 ranking, tallying 15.1 points, 5.8 assists, 5.0 rebounds and 3.7 steals a game to go along with a 3.2 assist-to-turnover ratio.

Saniya Rivers, Ashley (Wilmington, N.C.)
6-0 | Senior (2021) | Guard | South Carolina

Her statistics speak volumes: 36.8 points per game — more than a point a minute — to go along with 11.5 rebounds, 5.3 steals and 5.1 assists for a team that advanced to the 4A semifinals.

Payton Verhulst, Bishop Miege (Shawnee Mission, Kan.)
6-1 | Senior (2021) | Wing | Louisville

McDonald's All-American averaged 20.0 points, 7.5 rebounds, 3.6 assists, 3.8 steals and 3.5 blocks per game for state champions.

Second Team


Kamorea Arnold, Germantown (Wis.)
5-9 | Sophomore (2023) | Guard | Uncommitted

Averaged 22.9 points, 6.3 rebounds, 5.1 assists and 3.8 steals a game for state champion Warhawks, who finished 29-1.

Sonia Citron, Ursuline (New Rochelle, N.Y.)
6-1 | Senior (2021) | Wing | Notre Dame

McDonald's All-American averaged 26.5 points, 11.2 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 3.5 steals per game for the unbeaten Koalas, who rode their win streak to 38.

Milaysia Fulwiley, Keenan (Columbia, S.C.)
5-6 | Sophomore (2023) | Guard | Uncommitted

Averaged 25.9 points, 6.9 assists, 5.7 rebounds and 5.2 steals per game for the Raiders, who won the 3A state championship. She also shot 42 percent from beyond the arc.

Rori Harmon, Cypress Creek (Houston)
5-6 | Senior (2021) | Guard | Texas

McDonald's All-American averaged 18.0 points, 5.8 rebounds, 5.8 assists and 5.2 steals per game. Cypress Creek finished with a 32-1 record and No. 16 in the final MaxPreps Top 25.

Reigan Richardson, Cannon (Concord, N.C.)
5-10 | Senior (2021) | Guard | Georgia

Produced 27.0 points, 10.4 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 4.2 steals per game for 20-5 Cougars.

Third Team


Damiya Hagemann, Edison Academy (Detroit)
5-7 | Senior (2021) | Guard | Michigan State

Her 9.9 assists a game is the most impressive stat, but the rest of Hagemann's numbers are pretty good as well: 17.4 points, 5.2 rebounds and 3.7 steals a game.

Bree Hall, Wayne (Huber Heights, Ohio)
5-11 | Senior (2021) | Guard | South Carolina

Led Warriors to an 18-4 record, averaging 25.7 points, 7.1 rebounds, 3.4 steals and 2.5 blocks a game.

Mallory Heyer, Chaska (Minn.)
6-1 | Junior (2022) | Forward | Minnesota

In leading Chaska to an unbeaten season, 4A state title and No. 6 final national ranking, averaged 21.4 points and 9.5 rebounds per game.

Aaliyah Moore, Moore (Okla.)
6-1 | Senior (2021) | Forward | Texas

Piled up 25.9 points and 10.9 rebounds per game.

Maya Nnaji, Hopkins (Minnetonka, Minn.)
6-4 | Junior (2022) | Post | Uncommitted

Averaged 18.8 points and 7.6 rebounds for the No. 9 Royals while hitting on 80.4 percent of her free throws.

Honorable Mention

Destiny Adams, Manchester Township (Lakehurst, N.J.)
6-3 | Senior (2021) | Forward | North Carolina

The McDonald's All-American averaged 30.1 points and 18.7 rebounds a game for the 10-5 Hawks.

Jessica Carrothers, Crown Point (Ind.)
5-8 | Junior (2022) | Guard | Uncommitted

Scored 23.3 points per game to go along with 5.4 rebounds for the 25-1 Bulldogs, who finished No. 23 in the nation.

Maryam Dauda, Bentonville (Bentonville, Ark.)
6-4 | Senior (2021) | Post | Baylor

McDonald's All-American averaged 17.0 points and 8.1 rebounds a game while shooting 61.5 percent from the field and 41.5 percent from 3-point distance.

Marisa Davis, Valley Vista (Surprise, Ariz.)
6-1 | Senior (2021) | Forward | Washington

Scored 17.9 points a game and added 6.7 rebounds and 2.9 steals for the Monsoons, who finished 17-1 and won the 6A championship.

Aziaha James, Princess Anne (Virginia Beach, Va.)
5-11 | Senior (2021) | Guard | North Carolina State

Averaged 22.2 points and 5.3 rebounds and had a 3.7 assist-to-turnover ratio for the No. 14 team in the nation.

Greta Kampschroeder, Naperville North (Naperville, Ill.)
6-0 | Senior (2021) | Guard | Oregon State

Produced 17.8 points, 10.1 rebounds, 3.0 steals and 3.0 assists per game while shooting 89.7 percent from the free-throw line.

Ta'Niya Latson, Westlake
5-8 | Junior (2022) | Guard | Uncommitted

Averaged 23.2 points a game for the MaxPreps National Champions while shooting 62 percent from the field.

Alexis Markowski, Pius X (Lincoln, Neb.)
6-3 | Senior (2021) | Center | Nebraska

Averaged 23.3 points, 13.0 rebounds and 2.0 blocks per game while shooting 60 percent from field for the Thunderbolts, who won state championship and finished No. 22 in the MaxPreps Top 25.

Alanna Micheaux, Wayne Memorial (Wayne, Mich.)
6-2 | Senior (2021) | Post | Minnesota

Piled up 27.3 points, 14.3 rebounds and 3.4 blocks per game for the 17-3 Zebras.

Sa'Myah Smith, DeSoto (Texas)
6-2 | Junior (2022) | Forward | Uncommitted

With 16.3 points, 13.8 rebounds and 4.2 blocks a game, Smith was a force inside for the No. 10 team — and she also handed out 3.4 assists.

Madison St. Rose, St. John-Vianney (Holmdel, N.J.)
5-10 | Junior (2022) | Guard | Verbal to Princeton

Averaged 19.4 points, 4.7 rebounds and 2.9 steals per game for the No. 9 team in the nation.

Jeriah Warren, LaGrange (Lake Charles, La.)
5-11 | Senior (2021) | Forward | Florida

Contributed 17 points and 12 rebounds per game to the state championship team.

Kelbie Washington, Norman (Okla.)
5-7 | Senior (2021) | Guard | Oklahoma

Sparkplug for unbeaten No. 7 Norman with a 2.5 assist-to-turnover ratio while averaging 13.8 points, 4.2 rebounds and 4.2 steals per game.

Morasha Wiggins, Kalamazoo Central (Kalamazoo, Mich.)
6-0 | Senior (2021) | Wing | North Carolina

Averaged 24.7 points, 8.2 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 2.5 blocks a game for the 14-2 Maroon Giants.

Jersey Wolfenbarger, Northside (Fort Smith, Ark.)
6-5 | Senior (2021) | Wing | Arkansas

McDonald's All-American averaged 19.0 points, 8.8 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.7 blocks a game for the state champion Grizzlies.
MLB Draft: Top 5 high school outfield prospects - HIGHSCORE
MLB Draft: Top 5 high school outfield prospects
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The coronavirus cut short the 2020 high school baseball season and it's also going to cut short this year's Major League Baseball Draft. But there's no question outfield is the deepest position among prep baseball players in 2020.

Of the top six high school players listed on the mock draft by Mike Axisa of CBS Sports, four were outfielders, including the top three players. Don't be surprised if a high school outfielder is the first prep player chosen, the only question is which prep outfielder will it be?

Scheduled for June 10-11, the usual 40-round selection process will last just five rounds this year, according to Major League Baseball. The first round will be held on June 10 with the final four rounds on June 11.

Since there will be far fewer draft selections this year, MaxPreps is providing a truncated look at the top high school selections for the MLB Draft. Instead of the usual Top 10, MaxPreps looks at the Top 5 players at six different positions, continuing with outfielders after starting with corner infielders on Monday.
Graphic by Ryan Escobar
Zac Veen, Spruce Creek (Port Orange, Fla.)
Veen had moved up to the No. 1 prospect in the country by Perfect Game by the time the season ended in March. He was batting .452 with three home runs and had led Spruce Creek to a 9-0 record. He has a strong enough arm to stick in right field. Veen could be the top high school player chosen. Projection: Top five pick.

Robert Hassell, Independence (Thompson's Station, Tenn.)
If Veen isn't the top prep outfielder chosen, then Hassell likely will be. He can hit for power and average. As a junior, Hassell batted .423 with 14 home runs and was named Gatorade State Player of the Year. Scouts see Hassell as a possible center fielder at the next level. Projection: Top 15 pick.

Austin Hendrick, West Allegheny (Imperial, Pa.)
Hendrick is seen as having plenty of potential to hit for power and for average. He's done well in those departments during travel baseball, however he hit .327 with two home runs last year. He did not get the chance to take the field this spring. Some scouts have Hendrick listed as the top outfield prospect in the Class of 2020. Others see him going near the middle or end of the first round. Projection: End of first round.

Pete Crow-Armstrong, Harvard-Westlake (Studio City, Calif.)
At one time, Crow-Armstrong was ranked as the No. 1 player in the Class of 2020 by Perfect Game. He's still ranked among the top players in the class and he's still seen as a potential first-round selection. Scouts see Crow-Armstrong as a potential five-tool player. He hit .395 as a junior with three home runs and he is seen as a strong defensive center fielder. Projection: Late first round, early second round.

Dylan Crews, Lake Mary (Lake Mary, Fla.)
Although Crews hasn't shown much power in high school competition, he is seen as a disciplined hitter who can spray the ball to all fields. He batted .389 as a junior and was also strong defensively. Will likely play right field at the next level. Projection: early second round.
High school basketball: 2020-21 state champions - HIGHSCORE
High school basketball: 2020-21 state champions
MaxPreps is your home for high school boys basketball state playoff coverage.

After seeing most of the state tournaments canceled last season due to the emerging COVID-19 pandemic, most states were able to get back in the gym and complete their seasons — even though some were abbreviated.

Find tournaments in your state here. Read on for a look at title game results from all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Check back as states will be filled in as their tournaments are completed.
Duncanville won the Texas 6A title.
Photo by Robbie Rakestraw
Duncanville won the Texas 6A title.
2020-21 boys basketball state champions

Alabama
7A — Oak Mountain (Birmingham) def. Enterprise, 41-37
6A — Mountain Brook (Birmingham) def. Spanish Fort, 56-43
5A — Lee (Huntsville) def. Ramsay (Birmingham), 47-29
4A — Anniston def. Booker T. Washington (Tuskegee), 54-52
3A — Fyffe def. Montgomery Catholic (Montgomery), 49-43
2A — Midfield def. Lanett, 58-54
1A — Autaugaville def. Belgreen (Russellville), 38-34
AISA AAA — Pike Liberal Arts (Troy) def. Tuscaloosa Academy (Tuscaloosa), 55-51
AISA AA — Macon-East Montgomery Academy (Cecil) def. Escambia Academy (Atmore), 62-55
AISA A — Heritage Christian Academy (Hoover) def. Evangel Christian Academy (Montgomery), 38-30

Alaska
4A — East Anchorage (Anchorage) def. Chugiak, 82-56
3A — Monroe Catholic (Fairbanks) def. Anchorage Christian (Anchorage), 67-52
2A — Tikigaq (Point Hope) def. Tok, 83-49
1A — Lumen Christi (Anchorage) def. Maudrey J Sommer (Tanana), 77-30

Arizona
6A — Sunnyslope (Phoenix) def. Mountain Pointe (Phoenix), 63-62
5A — Catalina Foothills (Tucson) def. Centennial (Peoria), 59-45
4A — St. Mary's (Phoenix) def. Paradise Honors (Surprise), 50-47
3A — Page def. Snowflake, 64-51
2A — Scottsdale Christian Academy (Phoenix) def. Rancho Solano Prep (Scottsdale), 48-47
1A — North Valley Christian Academy (Phoenix) def. Mohave Accelerated (Bullhead City), 65-48
AZCAA Div. 3 — Heritage Academy (Mesa) def. Heritage Academy (Maricopa), 79-70
AZCAA Div. 2 — Tri-City Christian Academy (Chandler) def. Learning Foundation & Performing Arts (Gilbert), 46-40
AZCAA Div. 1 — Wickenburg Christian Academy (Wickenburg) def. Paradise Valley Christian Prep (Phoenix), 51-43

Arkansas
6A — North Little Rock def. Central (Little Rock), 65-55
5A — Jonesboro def. Maumelle, 58-56
4A — Mills University Studies (Little Rock) def. Morrilton, 49-46
3A — Harding Academy (Searcy) def. Mayflower, 42-38
2A — Lee (Marianna) def. Caddo Hills (Norman), 62-55
1A — Viola def. West Side (Greers Ferry), 66-38

California
Spring season

Colorado
5A — ThunderRidge (Highlands Ranch) def. George Washington (Denver), 68-59
4A — Mead (Longmont) def. Montrose, 68-44
3A — Lutheran (Parker) def. St. Mary's (Colorado Springs), 72-56
2A — Wray def. Limon, 56-50
1A — Belleview Christian (Westminster) def. De Beque, 69-35

Connecticut
No state playoffs

Delaware
D1 — Sanford (Hockessin) def. Smyrna, 51-45

District of Columbia
No season

Florida
7A — Dr. Phillips (Orlando) def. Dwyer (Palm Beach Gardens), 54-46
6A — Bartow (Bartow) def. Mater Academy Charter (Hialeah Gardens), 72-45
5A — Pembroke Pines Charter (Pembroke Pines) def. Choctawhatchee (Fort Walton Beach), 83-68
4A — Pine Crest (Fort Lauderdale) def. Santa Fe (Alachua), 90-83
3A — Calvary Christian Academy (Fort Lauderdale) def. Bishop McLaughlin Catholic (Spring Hill), 85-76
2A — Orlando Christian Prep (Orlando) def. Impact Christian Academy (Jacksonville), 51-32
1A — Wildwood def. Central (Milton), 66-46

Georgia
AAAAAAA — Milton def. Berkmar (Lilburn), 52-47
AAAAAA — Wheeler (Marietta) def. Kell (Marietta), 71-61
AAAAA — Eagle's Landing (McDonough) def. Tri-Cities (East Point), 81-69
AAAA — Baldwin (Milledgeville) def. Fayette County (Fayetteville), 54-53
AAA — Cross Creek (Augusta) def. Sandy Creek (Tyrone), 57-49
AA — Pace Academy (Atlanta) def. Columbia (Decatur), 73-42
Private A — Mount Pisgah Christian (Johns Creek) def. Holy Innocents Episcopal (Atlanta), 43-41
Public A — Towns County (Hiawassee) def. Hancock Central (Sparta), 64-60
GISA A — Oak Mountain Academy (Carrollton) def. Twiggs Academy (Jeffersonville), 66-54
GISA AA — Solid Rock Academy (Riverdale) def. Robert Toombs Christian Academy (Lyons), 83-68
GISA AAA — John Milledge Academy (Milledgeville) def. Creekside Christian Academy (McDonough), 60-55

Hawaii
No season

Idaho
5A — Meridian def. Lake City (Coeur d'Alene), 68-54
4A — Middleton def. Preston, 47-45
3A — Marsh Valley (Arimo) def. McCall-Donnelly (McCall), 58-51
2A — St. Maries def. The Ambrose School (Meridian), 51-50
1A DI — Lapwai def. Riverstone International (Boise), 82-60
1A DII — Garden Valley def. Dietrich, 88-76

Illinois
No state playoffs

Indiana
4A — Carmel def. Lawrence North (Indianapolis), 51-46
3A — Silver Creek (Sellersburg, Ind.) def. Leo, 50-49
2A — Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian def. Parke Heritage (Rockville), 55-40
1A — Barr-Reeve (Montgomery) def. Kouts, 64-48

Iowa
4A — Waukee def. Johnston, 61-50
3A — Pella def. Ballard (Huxley), 68-59
2A — Western Christian (Hull) def. Boyden-Hull (Hull), 56-50
1A — Montezuma def. North Linn (Troy Mills), 44-41

Kansas
6A — Blue Valley North (Overland Park) def. Haysville Campus (Wichita), 67-59
5A — Maize def. West (Topeka), 55-43
4A — Bishop Miege (Shawnee Mission) def. Louisburg, 94-40
3A — Hesston def. Galena, 45-36
2A — Hillsboro def. Wabaunsee (Alma), 59-50
1A D1 — Olpe def. South Gray (Montezuma), 54-47
1A D2 — Hanover def. Elyria Christian (McPherson), 52-40

Kentucky
Sweet 16 — Highlands (Fort Thomas) def. Elizabethtown, 79-60
KCAA — Trinity Christian Academy (Lexington) def. Community Christian Academy (Independence), 52-46

Louisiana
5A — Zachary def. Natchitoches Central (Natchitoches), 63-57
4A — Eleanor McMain (New Orleans) def. Carver Collegiate Academy (New Orleans), 49-48
3A — Madison Prep Academy (Baton Rouge) def. St. Martinville, 52-47
2A — Port Allen def. Rayville, 59-45
1A — Arcadia def. White Castle, 51-38
B — Simsboro def. Anacoco, 56-53
C — Simpson def. Ebarb (Noble), 73-65
Div. 1 — St. Augustine (New Orleans) def. Scotlandville (Baton Rouge), 47-44
Div. 2 — St. Thomas More (Lafayette) def. University Lab (Baton Rouge), 60-39
Div. 3 — Dunham (Baton Rouge) def. Newman (New Orleans), 52-48
Div. 4 — Crescent City Christian (Metairie) def. Calvary Baptist Academy (Shreveport), 59-49
Div. 5 — Jehovah-Jireh (Baton Rouge) def. Family Christian (Baton Rouge), 60-57

Maine
No state playoffs

Maryland
No state playoffs

Massachusetts
No state playoffs

Michigan
Div. 1 — Grand Blanc def. Huron (Ann Arbor), 45-36
Div. 2 — Catholic Central (Grand Rapids) def. Pennfield (Battle Creek), 77-54
Div. 3 — Beecher (Flint) def. Iron Mountain, 75-47
Div. 4 — Douglass (Detroit) def. Tri-Unity Christian (Wyoming), 47-41

Minnesota
Class AAAA — Wayzata (Plymouth) def. Cretin-Derham Hall (St. Paul), 75-61
Class AAA — Minnehaha Academy (Minneapolis) def. Alexandria, 80-29
Class AA — Waseca def. Caledonia, 51-49
Class A — Hayfield def. Hancock, 61-60

Mississippi
6A — Clinton def. Starkville, 56-51
5A — Holmes County Central (Lexington) def. Lake Cormorant, 64-58
4A — Lanier (Jackson) def. Raymond, 64-48
3A — St. Andrew's Episcopal (Ridgeland) def. Booneville, 59-32
2A — Coahoma County (Clarksdale) def. Newton, 46-40
1A — Biggersville (Corinth) def. Ingomar (New Albany), 47-46
MAIS A — Delta Streets Academy (Greenwood) def. Riverdale, 74-47
MAIS AA — Greenville Christian (Greenville, Miss.) def. St. Joseph (Greenville), 70-57
MAIS AAA — Clinton Christian Academy (Clinton) def. Bowling Green, 58-56
MAIS AAAA — Hartfield Academy (Flowood) def. Starkville Academy (Starkville), 45-20
MAIS AAAAA — Madison-Ridgeland Academy (Madison) def. Jackson Prep (Jackson), 59-38
MAIS Overall — Madison Ridgeland def. Greenville Christian, 77-72

Missouri
Class 6 — Kickapoo (Springfield) def. Liberty, 71-62
Class 5 — Cardinal Ritter College Prep (St. Louis) def. Bolivar, 66-56
Class 4 — Vashon (St. Louis) def. Westminster Christian (St. Louis), 59-46
Class 3 — Hartville def. Monroe City, 43-35
Class 2 — Campbell def. Salisbury, 67-50
Class 1 — South Iron (Annapolis) def. Mound City, 69-50

Montana
AA — Skyview (Billings) def. Great Falls, 62-60
A — Billings Central Catholic (Billings) def. Beaverhead County (Dillon), 49-39
B — Lodge Grass def. Manhattan, 64-47
C — Scobey def. Twin Bridges, 64-27

Nebraska
A — Millard North (Omaha) def. Bellevue West (Bellevue), 84-78
B — Beatrice def. Elkhorn, 36-34
C1 — Auburn def. Adams Central (Hastings), 41-33
C2 — Grand Island Central Catholic def. Yutan, 55-34
D1 — Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family (Humphrey) def. Howells-Dodge (Howells), 52-47
D2 — Sacred Heart (Falls City) def. Parkview Christian (Lincoln), 64-47

Nevada
No season

New Hampshire
Div. 1 — Bishop Guertin (Nashua) def. Winnacunnet (Hampton), 42-35
Div. 2 — Lebanon def. Pelham, 40-33
Div. 3 — Gilford def. Hopkinton (Contoocook), 41-40
Div. 4 — Woodsville def. Portsmouth Christian Academy (Dover), 52-30

New Jersey
No state playoffs

New Mexico
Spring season
5A —
4A —
3A —
2A —
1A —

New York
No state playoffs

North Carolina
4A — Millbrook (Raleigh) def. Ardrey Kell (Charlotte), 67-65
3A — Weddington (Matthews) def. Northwood (Pittsboro), 57-46
2A — Farmville Central (Farmville) def. Hendersonville, 113-98
1A — Wilson Preparatory Academy (Wilson) def. Lincoln Charter (Denver), 66-58
NCISAA 1A — Victory Christian Center (Charlotte) def. United Faith Christian Academy (Charlotte), 65-51
NCISAA 2A — The Burlington School (Burlington) def. Northwood Temple Academy (Fayetteville), 72-52
NCISAA 3A — Asheville Christian Academy (Swannanoa) def. Gaston Christian (Gastonia), 74-68
NCISAA 4A — Cannon (Concord) def. Carmel Christian (Matthews), 94-85
NCCSA 2A — Berean Baptist Academy (Fayetteville) def. Liberty Christian (Durham), 93-70
NCCSA 1A — Shining Light Academy (Greensboro) def. Tabernacle Christian (Hickory), 74-67

North Dakota
A — West Fargo def. Minot, 65-60

Ohio
Div. 1 — Centerville def. Westerville Central (Westerville), 43-42
Div. 2 — St. Vincent-St. Mary (Akron) def. St. Francis de Sales (Toledo), 72-50
Div. 3 — Lutheran East (Cleveland Heights) def. Worthington Christian (Worthington), 61-56
Div. 4 — Botkins def. Columbus Grove, 60-44

Oklahoma
6A — Del City def. Edmond Memorial (Edmond), 47-44
5A — Carl Albert (Midwest City) def. MacArthur (Lawton), 72-49
4A — Kingfisher def. Heritage Hall (Oklahoma City), 48-40
3A — Crossings Christian (Oklahoma City) def. Beggs, 51-49
2A — Oklahoma Union (South Coffeyville) def. Howe, 64-54
1A — Hydro-Eakly (Hydro) def. Garber, 48-43
B — Varnum (Seminole) def. Roff, 61-56

Oregon
Spring season
6A —
5A —
4A —
3A —
2A —
1A —

Pennsylvania
6A — Reading def. Archbishop Wood (Warminster), 58-57
5A — Cathedral Prep (Erie) def. Archbishop Ryan (Philadelphia), 69-49
4A — Allentown Central Catholic def. Hickory (Hermitage), 41-40
3A — Loyalsock Township (Williamsport) def. Brookville, 75-53
2A — Our Lady of the Sacred Heart (Coraopolis) def. Constitution (Philadelphia), 62-49
1A — Nativity BVM (Pottsville) def. Berlin Brothersvalley (Berlin), 51-47

Rhode Island
Division 1 — Bishop Hendricken (Warwick) def. Classical (Providence), 60-51
Division 2 — Portsmouth def. Burrillville (Harrisville), 51-36
Division 3 — Times Squared Academy (Providence) def. Blackstone Valley Prep (Cumberland), 60-54

South Carolina
5A — River Bluff (Lexington) def. Dorman (Roebuck), 57-45
4A — South Pointe (Rock Hill) def. Hilton Head, 52-50
3A — Marlboro County (Bennettsville) def. Seneca, 71-60
2A — Christ Church Episcopal (Greenville) def. Wade Hampton (Hampton), 58-49
1A — Southside Christian (Simpsonville) def. Scott's Branch (Summerton), 66-45
SCISA AAA — Trinity-Byrnes (Darlington) def. Porter-Gaud (Charleston), 63-54
SCISA AA — Spartanburg Christian Academy (Spartanburg) def. Dillon Christian (Dillon), 68-54
SCISA A — Anderson Christian (Anderson) def. Newberry Academy (Newberry), 79-61

South Dakota
AA — Roosevelt (Sioux Falls) def. O'Gorman (Sioux Falls), 60-37
A — Sioux Falls Christian (Sioux Falls) def. Sioux Valley (Volga), 84-50
B — DeSmet def. Aberdeen Christian (Aberdeen), 59-43

Tennessee
AAA — Houston (Germantown) def. Cane Ridge (Nashville), 62-43
AA — Greeneville def. Jackson South Side (Jackson), 47-46
A — Clay County (Celina) def. Memphis Academy of Health Sciences (Memphis), 62-52
Division 2 AA — Montgomery Bell Academy (Nashville) def. Brentwood Academy (Brentwood), 72-51
Division 2 A — Goodpasture Christian (Madison) def. Christ Presbyterian Academy (Nashville), 60-50

Texas
6A — Duncanville def. Westlake (Austin), 66-53
5A — Beaumont United (Beaumont) def. Kimball (Dallas), 71-70
4A — Argyle def. Hargrave (Huffman), 49-30
3A — Cole (San Antonio) def. Tatum, 77-60
2A — Clarendon def. Grapeland (Grapeland, Texas), 64-60
1A — Texline def. Slidell, 54-53
TAPPS 6A — Antonian Prep (San Antonio) def. Bishop Lynch (Dallas), 73-57
TAPPS 5A — The Woodlands Christian Academy (The Woodlands) def. Fort Worth Christian (North Richland Hills), 60-47
TAPPS 4A — Westbury Christian (Houston) def. Trinity Christian (Lubbock), 97-93
TAPPS 3A — Alpha Omega Academy (Huntsville) def. Midland Classical Academy (Midland), 31-26
TAPPS 2A — Grace Christian (Houston) def. Kingdom Prep Academy (Lubbock),  59-48
TAPPS 1A — Covenant Academy (Cypress) def. Faustina Academy (Irving), 50-37
TCAF Div. 1 — Newman International Academy (Cedar Hill) def. Chisholm Trail Academy (Keene), 75-43
TCAF Div. 2 — Memorial Christian Academy (Killeen) def. Harvest Christian Academy (Bartonville), 54-44
TCAL 1A — Still Creek Christian (Bryan) def. Town East Christian (San Antonio, Texas), 43-30

Utah
6A — Davis (Kaysville) def. Westlake (Saratoga Springs), 60-55
5A — Lehi def. Farmington, 61-57
4A — Cedar (Cedar City) def. Desert Hills (St. George), 64-59
3A — Juab (Nephi) def. San Juan (Blanding), 54-50
2A — Layton Christian Academy (Layton) def. Enterprise, 60-53
1A — Panguitch def. Wendover, 56-42

Vermont
No state playoffs

Virginia
6A — Centreville (Clifton) def. Potomac (Dumfries), 63-49
5A — Stone Bridge (Ashburn) def. Green Run (Virginia Beach), 86-78
4A — Smithfield def. Handley (Winchester), 61-54
3A — Hopewell def. Abingdon, 58-55
2A — Union [Appalachia/Powell Valley] (Appalachia) def. East Rockingham (Elkton), 62-47
1A — McCluer (Buena Vista) def. Altavista Combined School (Altavista), 56-39
VISAA Div. 1 — Cape Henry Collegiate (Virginia Beach) def. Catholic (Virginia Beach), 58-48
VISAA Div. 2 — Blue Ridge (St. George) def. Norfolk Collegiate (Norfolk), 68-37
VISAA Div. 3 — Fairfax Christian (Vienna) def. Word of Life Academy (Springfield), 73-69

Washington
Spring season
4A —
3A —
2A —
1A —
2B —
1B —

West Virginia
Spring season
AAA —
AA —
A —

Wisconsin
Div. 1 — Wauwatosa East (Wauwatosa) def. Kimberly, 62-44
Div. 2 — Pewaukee def. Onalaska, 54-37
Div. 3 — St. Catherine's (Racine) def. Lake Country Lutheran (Hartland), 68-49
Div. 4 — Lourdes (Oshkosh) def. The Prairie School (Racine), 43-41
Div. 5 — Hustisford def. McDonell Central (Chippewa Falls), 69-35

Wyoming
4A — Central (Cheyenne) def. Thunder Basin (Gillette), 55-40
3A — Worland def. Mountain View, 55-49
2A — Rocky Mountain (Cowley) def. Big Piney, 53-42
1A — Upton def. Saratoga, 69-54
High school basketball: Five-star guard Jaden Hardy expected to sign with G-League - HIGHSCORE
High school basketball: Five-star guard Jaden Hardy expected to sign with G-League
Senior high school basketball star Jaden Hardy of Coronado (Henderson, Nev.) is expected to join the NBA G League Ignite team, according to a Saturday report from Shams Charania of The Athletic.

The 6-foot-4 guard is the No. 3 prospect in the Class of 2021 according to 247Sports. Hardy will be following in the footsteps of Class of 2020 prospects Jalen Green, Jonathan Kuminga and  Isaiah Todd among others in selecting the G League path over the traditional collegiate route.

Hardy missed his entire senior season after the Nevada Interscholastic Athletics Association canceled the 2020-21 winter sports season because of COVID-19.

In 2019-20, Hardy earned first team MaxPreps Junior All-America honors after averaging 30.4 points, 9.1 rebounds and 8.4 assists per game. His junior season was highlighted by a 62-point game in which he led his team back from a 21-point deficit. He also recorded 11 rebounds, six assists, five blocks and four steals in the comeback victory.

The McDonald's All-American selection chose the professional path over his final list of college options including Arizona, Arizona State, Kentucky and UCLA.

Hardy is considered one of the most lethal and versatile scorers in the Class of 2021 and is projected to be a lottery pick in the 2022 NBA Draft.
Coronado guard Jaden Hardy drives to the basket.
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Coronado guard Jaden Hardy drives to the basket.
Poll: Who was better as a prep, Clayton Kershaw or Madison Bumgarner? - HIGHSCORE
Poll: Who was better as a prep, Clayton Kershaw or Madison Bumgarner?
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Many baseball fans will tune in to tonight's Dodgers vs. Giants game because, well, it's the Dodgers and Giants. It's one of the game's great rivalries - and one of the bes in all of sports.

What makes this late-April tilt so big is the pitchers: reigning two-time Cy Young Award winner and league MVP Clayton Kershaw vs. reigning World Series MVP Madison Bumgarner.

It is the first time in MLB history the reigning league and World Series MVPs have met on the mound.

So, we at MaxPreps — a place (relatively) divided between Giants and Dodgers fans — present the million-dollar question: Who was a better prep player, Kershaw or Bumgarner?

As a senior at Highland Park (Dallas) in 2006, Kershaw posted a 13-0 record with a 0.77 ERA and 139 strikeouts in 64 innings. He pitched a perfect game, striking out all 15 batters in a playoff win shortened due to the mercy rule. He was the Gatorade National Player of the Year his senior year.

Bumgarner was 23-4 over his last two seasons for South Caldwell (Hudson, N.C.), leading his team to state 4A title games both years and winning in 2007. He had a 1.00 ERA and struck out 263 in 170 innings in that span and capped his prep career with a walk-off two-run homer to win the state title. He hit .424 with 11 home runs and 38 RBIs in those two seasons and was the Gatorade North Carolina Player of the Year his senior year.

OK fans, please vote below for who was a better as a prep. A friendly lunch wager is on the line.
Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers
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Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers