Congratulations to Star City senior Janiya Johnson for being voted SBLive’s Arkansas High School Girls Basketball Player of the Week for Feb. 8-14!

The senior combo guard helped fuel Tuesday’s 51-19 rout of Watson Chapel with 14 points, six steals and four rebounds as the Bulldogs remained undefeated in conference play.

Johnson received 49.09% of the vote, beating out Southside Batesville’s Olivia Allen, who finished with 29.44%. Des Arc’s Caroline Harris finished third with 13.15% and Conway’s Chloe Clardy finished fourth with 3.59%. There were over 64,000 votes tallied this week!

If you would like to nominate an athlete, please email regan@scorebooklive.com or tag us on Twitter or Instagram at @sbliveark.

Here are the other athletes who were nominated for Feb. 8-14:

Olivia Allen, Southside Batesville: The 5-foot-6 junior guard had a game-high 17 points in a 48-32 win against Trumann on Tuesday.

Bailey Augustine, Walnut Ridge: The senior forward exploded for a game-high 30 points Tuesday in a 50-49 win over Corning.

Claudia Bridges, Fayetteville: The senior point guard finished with 18 points in Tuesday’s big 45-41 home win against Bentonville.

Chloe Clardy, Conway: The sophomore guard led the Wampus Cats on Tuesday with 20 points in a 66-41 win against Cabot.

Wakiryah Daniels, Nettleton: The senior guard scored 13 of her 21 points in the first quarter in a 52-36 rout of Paragould on Tuesday.

Caroline Harris, Des Arc: The senior guard and Ouachita Baptist commit exploded for 21 points and had three steals in just two quarters of Tuesday’s 62-18 win over Hazen.

Taylor Hooten, Quitman: The sophomore guard had 16 points in a 68-25 blowout of Marshall on Friday.

Cheyanne Kemp, Morrilton: The sophomore forward stuffed the scorebook all week. In a 62-45 win at Clarksville on Tuesday, she totaled 14 points, eight rebounds and three assists. On Friday, Morrilton traveled to Clarksville and ran away with a 65-34 victory, and Kemp had 15 points, six rebounds and five assists. In a 63-32 blasting of Heber Springs on the road Saturday, she scored 19 points and grabbed three rebounds. The three wins sealed a 10-0 conference record and title for the Devil Dogs.  

Caroline Lyles, Fayetteville: The junior put up 17 points in a 45-41 home win against 6A-West Conference leader Bentonville on Tuesday.

Kenley McCarn, Melbourne: The senior wing and Tennessee-Martin commit scored 16 points in Tuesday’s 45-43 win against Marmaduke as the Bearkatz ran their win streak to 21 games.  

AJ McCandlis, Viola: The sophomore guard led the Longhorns with 23 points Tuesday in a 60-55 win against Tuckerman.

Abree McCrotty, Dover: The sophomore guard poured in 25 points in a 67-62 victory against Atkins on Friday.

Silver Mulliniks, Quitman: The sophomore wing had 23 points in Friday’s 68-25 thrashing of Marshall.

Wynter Rogers, Little Rock Christian: The senior guard and West Virginia commit dominated in the paint with a game-high 17 points with 15 rebounds and five assists in a 56-25 win against Little Rock Parkview on Tuesday. She scored 11 points in a 62-32 blowout of Maumelle on Friday, and with six free throws to close her night, she became LRCA’s all-time leading scorer with 1,831 points, surpassing Reagan Bradley.

Jaiden Thomas, Conway: The junior guard and Louisiana Tech commit chipped in 12 points in a 66-41 rout of Cabot on Tuesday and torched Fort Smith Northside for 31 points and nine three-pointers in Friday’s 69-56 road win.

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