Congratulations to Fort Zumwalt East girls basketball small forward Yasmine Edmonson for being voted SBLive’s Missouri High School Athlete of the Week for Dec. 13-19!
During a 60-48 win over Hazelwood West, the senior scored 27 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for a double-double.
Edmonson received 40.17% of this week’s vote, beating out Eureka’s Kaylee Gross who finished second with 25.87%. Vashon’s Raychel Jones finished third with 9.91% and Fox’s Aubrey Andrews finished fourth with 7.79%. There were over 29,000 votes tallied this week!
Here are the other athletes who were nominated for Dec. 13-19:
Claire Martin, East Atchison girls basketball
Martin dropped a game-high 20 points to lead East Atchison to a 65-29 win over Stewartsville.
Michael Howard, Plattsburg boys basketball
One of the highest scorers featured in this week’s list, Howard had 40 points and 12 rebounds despite a 61-56 loss to Capital City.
Savannah Marriott, Nodaway Valley girls basketball
During a 58-36 win over Mound City, Marriott scored a game-high 19 points for Nodaway Valley.
Ryker Edwards, Smithville boys basketball
Edwards dropped 30 points during the Warriors’ 74-58 win over Fort Osage. He added five steals, too.
Eliza Maupin, Webster Groves girls basketball
Maupin was close to a double-double during a 76-49 win over Visitation, scoring 18 points to go along with nine rebounds.
Jordan Fuemmeler, Higbee boys basketball
Fuemmeler is one of just two people on this list with a triple-double, and his came with 29 points, 10 rebounds and 10 steals during a 78-31 win over Norborne.
Kaylee Gross, Eureka girls basketball
The Wildcats were able to notch a 63-60 win in overtime over Lift for Life, and Gross led the way with 22 points.
Nathan Ryan, Troy Buchanan boys basketball
Troy Buchanan was able to squeak out a 51-49 win over Fort Zumwalt West, and Ryan totaled 27 points and 16 rebounds to fuel the win.
Trinity Gygi, Marquette girls basketball
Gygi had a 20-point performance during Marquette’s 73-62 win over John Burroughs, and that scoring spurt was mostly due to her going a perfect 6-for-6 from 3-point land.
Austin Vick, Westminster boys basketball
Vick notched a double-double during a 49-28 win over St. Dominic with 16 points and 12 rebounds.
Jordan Speiser, Lutheran St. Charles girls basketball
Speiser had one of her best performances of the still-early season, dropping 36 points and four steals in a 58-40 win over Fort Zumwalt East.
Iziah Purvey, Webster Groves boys basketball
Purvey wasn’t going to be denied from finding the bucket during an 87-53 win over Kirkwood, dropping a game-high 36 points.
Libby Brewster, Francis Howell girls basketball
Brewster lived at the charity stripe during a 51-45 win over Parkway West, going 17-of-18 en route to 29 points. She notched a double-double, too, adding 13 rebounds.
Owen Graham, North Andrew boys basketball
The Cardinals were able to get a 74-43 victory over King City, and Graham led the way with a game-high 29 points.
Kennedy Horton, Brentwood girls basketball
Horton was able to tally a double-double despite Brentwood’s 37-34 loss to Hancock, scoring 22 points and cleaning the glass for 10 rebounds.
Eddie Weekly, DuBourg boys basketball
Weekly was key in DuBourg’s 68-55 win last week, scoring 25 points to go along with five rebounds.
Kaitlyn Patke, Borgia girls basketball
Borgia fended off Salem for a 52-51 win, and Patke led the way with an outing that included 19 points and eight rebounds.
Ryder Williams, Versailles boys basketball
Williams was effective on both ends of the court during a 92-89 win over Smith-Cotton, dropping 24 points and totaling six steals.
Megan Aulbert, Lutheran St. Charles girls basketball
Lutheran St. Charles got its biggest win of the season with a 73-12 routing of O’Fallon Christian, and Aulbert was able to put up 25 points and eight rebounds.
Matt Enright, Webster Groves boys basketball
Enright was a difference-maker during a 70-61 win over Monroe City, scoring 18 points to lead Webster Groves to victory.
Kate Restovich, Visitation girls basketball
Despite a 76-49 loss to Webster Groves, Restovich was one of the bright spots, notching a double-double with 24 points and 10 rebounds.
Alex Wangerin, Eureka boys basketball
Wangerin had 23 points and nine rebounds during the Wildcats’ 76-41 win over Parkway South.
Rhianna Blanchard, Fort Zumwalt North girls basketball
Perhaps one of the most impressive defensive performances in Missouri so far, Blanchard led the way with 20 points and nine steals during a 58-2 win over O’Fallon Christian.
Will Geary, Valley Park boys basketball
Geary has one of the few triple-doubles in the state so far, and he did so with 18 points, 15 rebounds and 10 steals during a 61-19 win over Gate Science Academy.
Brooklyn Alivernia, Hancock girls basketball
During a 47-45 win over Affton, Alivernia scoring 16 points and grabbing nine rebounds.
Steven Bonner, Soldan boys basketball
Soldan nabbed an 81-24 win over Metro, and Bonner contributed with 28 points and eight rebounds.
Raychel Jones, Vashon girls basketball
Vashon was able to nab a 70-4 win over Roosevelt, and Jones added to the 66-point margin of victory with a 22-point outing.
Kellen Thames, Pattonville boys basketball
Thames dropped an impressive double-double with 34 points and 15 rebounds during a 79-59 win over Jennings.
Mia Nicastro, St. Charles West girls basketball
Nicastro did nearly everything that St. Charles West needed during a 62-38 win over Winfield, scoring 21 points to go along with nine rebounds and five steals.
Taylor Meers, Duchesne girls basketball
Meers was nearly perfect from the field during a 68-18 win over Hazelwood East, going 8-of-9 en route to 16 points.
Brandon Mitchell-Day, MICDS boys basketball
Mitchell-Day put up 20 points, 18 rebounds and five blocks during a 59-53 win over St. Mary’s.
Aubrey Andrews, Fox girls basketball
Andrews scored 21 points to go along with five assists, four rebounds and four steals during a 62-42 win over Liberty.
Ja’Marion Wayne, Parkway West boys basketball
Wayne dropped 19 points during a 59-32 win over Francis Howell Central.