Melbourne’s Kenley McCarn voted SBLive’s Arkansas High School Girls Basketball Player of the Week

Congratulations to Melbourne junior Kenley McCarn for being voted SBLive’s Arkansas High School Girls Basketball Player of the Week for March 15-21!

The junior totaled 18 points, seven rebounds and two assists in earning MVP honors in Melbourne’s 55-34 Class 2A state title game win against Salem on Friday morning. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

McCarn received 48.6% of the vote, beating out Centerpoint’s Marlee Bright, who finished with 42.47%. Harrison’s Claire Barger finished third with 10.47% and Fort Smith Northside’s Tracey Bershers finished fourth with 1.37%. There were over 25,000 votes tallied this week! 

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Here are the other athletes who were nominated for March 15-21:

Claire Barger, Harrison: The sophomore guard had 12 points and four rebounds in a 68-54 win against Farmington in the Class 4A state championship game Saturday morning. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

Wynter Beck, Fayetteville: The sophomore point guard led Fayetteville with 13 points in a 52-51 double-overtime loss to Fort Smith Northside on Thursday morning in the Class 6A state championship game. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

Tracey Bershers, Fort Smith Northside: The 6-foot-2 senior power forward and Oklahoma State signee had 16 points and 13 rebounds in the Lady Bears’ 52-51 double-overtime win against Fayetteville in the Class 6A state championship game Thursday morning. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

Marlee Bright, Centerpoint: The junior point guard had a game-high 11 points in a 29-27 loss to Mayflower in the Class 3A state championship game Friday evening. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

Brekayla Davis, Mayflower: The senior had 10 points and six rebounds in a 29-27 win against Centerpoint in the Class 3A final Friday evening. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

Chelsea Hamilton, Salem: The sophomore guard led all scorers with 19 points in Friday’s 55-34 Class 2A state championship game loss to Melbourne. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

Ereauna Hardaway, Jonesboro: The junior point guard earned MVP honors with 13 points and three assists in a 47-39 win against West Memphis in the Class 5A state championship game Saturday evening. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

Alex Hill, Harrison: The senior guard poured in a game-high 30 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and dished out four assists in a 68-54 win against Farmington in the Class 4A state championship game Saturday morning. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

Kylee Humphries, Melbourne: The junior post scored 10 points and grabbed four rebounds in Melbourne’s 55-34 Class 2A state championship game win over Salem on Friday. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

Bramyaia Jhonson, Jonesboro: The freshman forward had nine points and nine rebounds in the Hurricane’s 47-39 win against West Memphis in the Class 5A state championship game Saturday evening. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

Tori Kersey, Farmington: The senior forward had 27 points and 10 rebounds in a 68-54 loss to Harrison in the Class 4A final Saturday morning. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

Jenna Lawrence, Melbourne: The 6-foot-2 sophomore center had 10 points and eight rebounds in Melbourne’s 55-34 win against Salem in the Class 2A state championship game Friday morning. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

Loren Lindsey, Fayetteville: The junior forward was 4 for 4 from the field with 10 points in Fayetteville’s 52-51 double-overtime loss to Fort Smith Northside in the Class 6A final Thursday morning. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

Abbey Linville, Rural Special: The senior guard earned MVP honors by totaling seven points, six assists and three steals in a 48-40 win against Norfork in the Class 1A state championship game Thursday evening. (GAME STORY, PHOTO GALLERY

Kiley Manes, Norfork: The junior guard had nine points in a 48-40 Class 1A state championship game loss to Rural Special on Thursday evening. (GAME STORY, PHOTO GALLERY

Jenna McMillen, Mayflower: The senior guard scored nine points and pulled down nine rebounds in the Eagles’ 29-27 win against Centerpoint on Friday evening in the Class 3A state championship game. McMillen was named the game’s MVP. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

Bailey Perry, Rural Special: The senior forward had 15 points, 12 rebounds and five steals in helping lead Rural Special to its first state championship by beating Norfork 48-40 on Thursday evening in the Class 1A final. (GAME STORY, PHOTO GALLERY

Aniyah Price, West Memphis: The sophomore shooting guard had 10 points and seven rebounds in a 47-39 Class 5A state championship game loss to Jonesboro on Saturday evening. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

Haitiana Releford, Fort Smith Northside: The junior forward made a slashing runner in the paint for the go-ahead basket in the Lady Bears’ 52-51 double-overtime win against Fayetteville in the Class 6A state championship game Thursday morning. Releford finished with 20 points and nine rebounds. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

Reese Ricketts, Harrison: The freshman power forward had 10 points and 10 rebounds in the Goblins’ 68-54 Class 5A final victory over Farmington on Saturday morning. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

Janiyah Tucker, West Memphis: The sophomore guard had 16 points in a 47-39 loss to Jonesboro in the Class 5A state championship game Saturday evening. (GAME STORYPHOTO GALLERY

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