Bank Hoops Honor Roll: Week 9

North Farmington senior Amauri Hardy is one of the most dangerous scoring guards in the Midwest.

Class A Player of the Week

Amauri Hardy  6-3  Sr  North Farmington: For the second time in as many weeks, Hardy, who signed with Oklahoma State, scored 35 pointss, this time in a win over Bloomfield Hills.

Class A Underclassman of the Week

Maliq Carr  6-6  Fr  Oak Park: He went for 16 points and 16 rebounds, and Oak Park needed them all against Avodale in a 68-66 victory. That came after another double-double, 12 points and 10 rebounds, earlier in the week in a loss to Hazel Park.

Class B Player of the Week

Avery Hudson  5-10  Sr  Wayland: Hudson, who signed early with Davenport, scored 36 points in a double overtime win against Grand Rapids South Christian, then less then 24 hours later scored 25 in an OT defeat of Detroit Cornerstone.

Class B Underclassman of the Week

Romeo Weems  6-5  So  New Haven: With Ohio State coach Thad Matta in the house Friday, Weems scored 25 with 12 rebounds and 7 steals and earned a Buckeyes, less than a week after being offered by MSU. Not too bad, an more than enough for Weems to win this honor for the fourth time in a season-and-a-half.

Class C Player of the Week

Parker Randall  6-0  Sr  Sand Creek: The Aggies beat Britton Deerfield to improved to 13-0 behind 29 points from Randall. That unbeaten mark was threatened last Tuesday but Sand Creek prevailed at Petersburg Summerfield as Randall finished with 13 points, 7 rebounds, 7 rebounds and 9 steals.

Class C Underclassman of the Week

Zach Trent  6-2  So  Burton Bentley: Against one of the top teams on Bentley’s schedule, Class B Lake Fenton, Trent had his second-straight 22-point game.

Class D Player of the Week

Jaden Wood  Sr  Jeffers: He scored 23 points in a defeat of Ewen-Trout Creek, after netting 24 in a win over Republic-Michigamme.

Class D Underclassman of the Week

Kory Henigan  6-3  So  Hillman: He had the best game of his young career to help keep Hillman undefeated, with 13 points and 12 rebounds in a win against Whittemore-Prescott.

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