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Ellet's Caitlyn Holmes, left, and Sanaiiya Gray receive their Akron City Series Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year awards on Jan. 31, 2024.Girls BasketballVote: Which was National Play of the Week in high school girls basketball? (2/7/2024)Watch our video of the top 10 plays from last week and pick your favoriteBy Mike Swanson, SBLive SportsBasketballGirls BasketballAlabama high school basketball scores: Live updates, live streams (2/5/24-2/7/24)Stay up to date on the Area Tournaments currently underway in AlabamaBy Tyler Cleveland, SBLive SportsVote for the SBLive Sports Athlete of the WeekGirls BasketballVote: Who should be SBLive’s National High School Girls Basketball Player of the Week? (2/5/2024)Read up on the top performers across the country last week and pick the best of the bestBy Bob Lundeberg
Columbus International guard Leila Carter is averaging 32.1 points, 17.5 rebounds, 7.2 steals and 3.1 assists in 2023-24.Girls BasketballVote: Who is the best small-school girls basketball player in the nation in 2024?Read our write-ups on the top 20 candidates and vote for the best of the bestBy Mike Swanson, SBLive Sports2024 MLK holiday basketball: Union vs Nooksack ValleyGirls BasketballMeet 20 small-school girls basketball stars across the nation in 2023-24Here are 20 players putting up big stats in smaller classifications this high school seasonBy Bob LundebergVote for the SBLive Sports Athlete of the WeekGirls BasketballVote: Who should be SBLive's Texas High School Athlete of the Week? (1/29/2024)We gathered the week's top performers across every sport. Now, we want to hear from you. By Cody ThornVote for the SBLive Sports Athlete of the WeekGirls BasketballVote: Who should be SBLive’s National High School Girls Basketball Player of the Week? (1/29/2024)Read up on the top performers across the country last week and pick the best of the bestBy Bob Lundeberg
Girls BasketballMeet the top 20 high school girls basketball sophomores across the nation in 2023-24These 20 players have been sensational as 10th-graders By Bob Lundeberg