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Irvin had 22 points in a 60-38 blowout win over Harrison. He followed that up with a game high 23 points in just three quarters the very next night with a 70-44 victory over Muncie Central.
I just love watching him play. He is the best Senior in the state and I don’t think it is even that close. At 6’7”, he can shoot the lights out, handle the ball well, and really gets after it defensively. I really don’t see how he isn’t ranked higher by some national scouting service. He is the total package. Will be great at Michigan.
“He is fundamental with both hands,” Harrison senior Mark Huston said of Irvin. “The best you can do is try and contest (his shot) to the best of your abilities and hope he misses. But he is a great talent, and he doesn’t do that a lot.”
Walton had 17 points in a 40 point win over Michigan Collegiate.
Donnal had 14 points and 16 rebounds in a 58-52 win over Bowling Green and Wisconsin bound big man Vitto Brown.
Hatch still hasn’t returned to game action but was in attendance for Michigan’s win over Iowa.
Moss Point was idle over the week.
Trevon Bluiett (Park Tudor): Nineteen points in an 82-37 win over Heritage Christian on Jan. 4.
Edwards didn’t make it up to Ann Arbor for his originally scheduled visit. Edwards had 17 points, nine rebounds and a block in a 65-60 win over Hamilton to stretch Middleton’s winning streak to four games.
Turner had a team-high 18 points in an 11 point loss to University of Detroit Jesuit.
Sumner had 11 points and four assists in a 91-57 win over Southfield Christian. He followed that up with 14 points and four assists in a 51-46 loss to La Lumiere.
John Beilein was in attendance on Saturday at Walled Lake Western to watch Jaksic play. Northwestern recently offered the versatile big man ($). HE had nine points and 11 rebounds in a victory over Walled Lake Northern in front of the Michigan head coach.
Here are some early season highlights of Jaksic in action:
Allen missed last week’s action with a stomach bug.
Doyle remained sidelined with a stress fracture in his foot but could be back by the end of the month.
Chatman remained sidelined with a transfer eligibility issue and isn’t expected back until March 16th, 2013.
Wideman had 14 points including game winning free throws with .3 seconds left to give Lake Central a 64-63 win over Michigan City.
Kennard had a game high 27 points but the Wildcats lost to blue chip recruit Maverick Morgan by 13 points. (Photo: Dayton Daily News)
Stone had 18 points and 17 rebounds in a 53-41 win over St. Catherine’s.
Zimmerman had a 17 point, 10 rebound and 10 block triple double in a 69-55 win over Legacy
Fowler was at Michigan’s win over Iowa on Sunday. He had 10 points and eight rebounds in a 62-40 win over Hughes.
Holba had 10 points in a 67-56 win over Chesterton.
Coleman had 5 points in an 82-68 win over Indianapolis Northwest and 25 points in a 78-48 win at Lafayette Central Catholic.
Edwards was idle over the last week.
Barefield’s Corona Centennial squad was idle over the last week.
Lake Forest was idle over the last week.
Jordan Ash & Glynn Watson
St. Joseph was idle over the last week.
Class of 2016
Gordon had 14 points in a 55-50 win over Ben Dvis.
Jackson had 18 points, 13 in the first quarter, in a 73-43 win over Toledo Scott. Jackson added 14 points in a 63-60 win over Hyde Park earlier in the week.
Winston had 21 points in an 11 point win over De La Salle. Here are some early season highlights of the talented 2016 guard: