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Bank Hoops Players of the Week, 7

Ypsilanti senior Corey Allen dominated Ypsilanti Lincoln.

Ypsilanti senior Corey Allen dominated Ypsilanti Lincoln.

Class A Player of the Week
Corey Allen  6-3  Sr  Ypsilanti: The Ypsi intramural championship was won big over Ypsilanti Lincoln, paced by 33 points, 10 boards and eight assists from this U-D signee.

Class A Underclassman of the Week
Jacob Boonyasith  6-3  So  Jenison: What sophomore slump? Thus far in 2016, Boonyasith has tied his career high, then broken it twice again most recently in a victory against East Grand Rapids with 28 points, to go along with five assists.

Class B Player of the Week
Riley Lewis  5-11  Sr  Williamston: He put a 40 spot on Portland in a Williamston win. Lewis had 19 earlier in the week against Owosso. He’s averaging 30 points and 6 assists per game.

Class B Underclassman of the Week
Carl Bow  6-0  So & David Hearns  6-0  So  Hazel Park: They had little problem with Ferndale, as Hearns scored 22 points and Bow had 21.

St. Ignace senior Gage Kreski has set the MHSAA record for career steals.

St. Ignace senior Gage Kreski has set the MHSAA record for career steals.

Class C Player of the Week
Gage Kreski  6-3  Sr  St. Ignace: One of the state’s top dual-sport athletes, Kreski is also a two-way threat on the court. He had eight steals against Pickford, giving him a state-record 364 for his career. Then he added another eight swipes against Cheboygan. Kreski had 29 points and 17 rebounds against Pickford and 39 and 15 on the Chiefs, both wins.

Class C Underclassman of the Week
Bryce Washington  6-4  So  Southfield Christian: Washington, who already has an offer from Buffalo, scored 23 in a three-point intra-city win over Class A Southfield.

Class D Player of the Week
Nick Millitz  6-0  Jr  Webberville: He had a 35-point game earlier in the season, then topped that all-around last week with 34 points, 17 rebounds and 12 assists in a defeat of Ashley.

Class D Underclassman of the Week
Micah McLain  6-1  So  Parkway Christian: McLain has played well as Sterling Heights Parkway Christian has won four straight. He had 13 points and eight assists against Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest and 12 points, 10 assists and seven steals against Macomb Christian.

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