Mayflower’s Jenna McMillen voted SBLive’s Arkansas High School Girls Basketball Player of the Week

Congratulations to Mayflower senior Jenna McMillen for being voted SBLive’s Arkansas High School Girls Basketball Player of the Week for March 8-14!

McMillen scored a game-high 21 points for Mayflower in Tuesday’s 41-30 win over Elkins in the 3A tournament. 

McMillen received 41.05% of the vote, beating out Morrilton’s Cheyanne Kemp, who finished with 35.3%. Farmington’s Carson Dillard finished third with 10.47% and Conway’s Chloe Clardy finished fourth with 6.14%. There were over 34,000 votes tallied this week! 

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

Wynter Beck, Fayetteville: She scored all six of Fayetteville’s points in overtime and finished with a game-high 22 in Saturday’s 57-56 win over Conway in the 6A semifinals.

Jaecie Brown, Hoxie: She scored 25 points, including making 10 of 11 free throws, as Hoxie toppled Dumas 61-27 on Thursday in the 3A tournament.

Caitlyn Bulliner, Fordyce: She finished with 25 points Thursday to lift Fordyce to a 51-43 win over Flippin in the 2A tournament.

Daedrianna Cail, Marion: She scored 18 points and pulled down nine rebounds Saturday as Marion beat Russellville 42-29 in a 5A semifinal. 

Chloe Clardy, Conway: She made three three-pointers and finished with a game-high 30 points Friday in Conway’s 69-38 romp over Rogers in the 6A tournament. 

Carson Dillard, Farmington: She went off for 29 points, including a stunning nine three-pointers, in Farmington’s 72-54 rout of Mena in the 4A semifinals Saturday.  

Kinley Fisher, Greenwood: She dropped 25 points in her final game for Greenwood in a 67-60 loss to Jonesboro in the 5A semifinals Saturday. 

Ereauna Hardaway, Jonesboro: She posted 25 points, including going 7 of 8 from the line in the fourth quarter, along with nine assists to lift Jonesboro past Greenwood 67-60 in a 5A semifinal Saturday.

Taylor Hernandez, Pulaski Academy: She scored 14 of her 17 points in the first half Saturday as Pulaski Academy downed Pea Ridge 43-41 in a 4A semifinal. 

Cheyanne Kemp, Morrilton: She put up 30 points, five rebounds and three steals Friday to carry Morrilton to a 64-58 victory over Joe T. Robinson in the 4A tournament. 

Caroline Lyles, Fayetteville: She had four three-pointers and scored a team-high 24 points Friday as Fayetteville defeated Little Rock Central 72-58 in the 6A tournament. 

Kenley McCarn, Melbourne: McCarn scored 11 of her game-high 25 points in the second quarter Tuesday as Melbourne rolled past Riverside 77-26 in the 2A tournament. 

Silver Mulliniks, Quitman: Mulliniks filled it up with 27 points Tuesday in Quitman’s 60-56 win over Marmaduke in the 2A tournament. 

Kiera Neal, Marion: Neal poured in 18 points Tuesday as Marion rallied from a halftime deficit to defeat Little Rock Christian 60-54 in double overtime in the 5A tournament. 

Haitiana Releford, Northside: She scored a team-high 16 points in Fort Smith Northside’s 53-46 victory over North Little Rock in the 6A semifinals Saturday.

Wynter Rogers, Little Rock Christian: Rogers had a game-high 27 points Tuesday for Little Rock Christian in a double-overtime loss to Marion in the 5A tournament. 

Alex Rouse, Joe T. Robinson: She had a game-high 36 points, seven rebounds, six assists and four steals Friday for Joe T. Robinson in a 64-58 loss to Morrilton in the 4A tournament. 

Ariana Saitta, Fayetteville: She scored 11 of her 17 points in the second quarter as Fayetteville nipped Conway 57-56 in overtime in Saturday’s 6A semifinals.

Marleigh Sellars, Salem: She poured in 22 points in Salem’s 59-43 win over Acorn in a 2A semifinal Saturday.

Elyse Smith, Little Rock Central: She poured in a team-high 20 points Wednesday, including three shots from behind the arc, to pace Little Rock Central to a 55-39 win over Rogers Heritage in the 6A tournament.

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