Rounding up the top performers from Friday’s slate of boys and girls high school basketball games. Garrett Balazsi, Riverview Richard: Scored 15 points in Richard’s (4-1) 48-30 victory over Melvindale Academy for Business and Technology (1-4). Jack Decker, Madison Heights Bishop Foley: Posted 14 points, one of four Bishop Foley players to reach double figures, in the 57-44 win vs. Marlette. Jordan Henry, Okemos: Paced Okemos (4-2) with 14 points and eight rebounds in the 44-39 win vs. Holt (4-2).
Detroit Henry Ford Academy senior Trevion Williams, the No. 5 player on the Free Press’ list of the top 100 boys basketball players, lit up the stat sheet like a Christmas tree on Friday night. The Purdue commit pulled down an impressive 36 rebounds to go with 22 points, six assists, six steals, and four blocks in Henry Ford Academy’s 62-52 victory over Detroit University Prep Science & Math. The three dozen rebounds in one contest will come as no surprise for Williams.
Quinn Blair, Dearborn Divine Child: The William and Mary commit scored 25 points in a 50-49 win over Birmingham Brother rice. Foster Loyer, Clarkston: The Michigan State commit had 25 points in the 88-37 win over visiting Sterling Heights Stevenson. Luke Pfromm, Warren De La Salle: The two-sport standout (QB for the state champion football team) scored 17 points in a 77-67 victory over visiting West Bloomfield.
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