La Salle Prep G Mia Skoro voted the WaFd Bank Oregon High School Girls Basketball Player of the Week – High School Sports News, Scores, Videos, Rankings
The senior, one of the team’s captains, scored 21 points, tying her for game-high honors, as she helped lead the Falcons to a 49-39 win over Jefferson at the PIL Showcase, held at Franklin High School.
Skoro received 44.03% of the vote, beating out Franklin’s Maya Sanders, who finished second with 14.58%. Cleveland’s Malia Waiwaiole finished third with 10.35% and Lincoln’s Jasmine Bieniek finished fourth with 8.6%.
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Here are the other athletes who were nominated for the week of Jan. 3-9:
Brooke Anderson, Grants Pass
The sophomore guard scored a game-high 16 points as she helped the Lady Cavers score a 53-39 win over Mountain View in a nonleague game played at Grants Pass High School.
Mellian Asmelash, David Douglas
According to Scots head coach Heather Marshall, the senior wing has been a strong contributor for the team on both offense and defense so far this season. She helped David Douglas open Mt. Hood Conference play with a 50-30 win at Gresham.
Trinity Barker, North Bend
The junior guard scored a game-high 17 points, helping the Bulldogs get a 34-28 win over Eagle Point in a Midwestern League game played at Eagle Point High School.
Jasmine Bieniek, Lincoln
The senior guard scored 14 points and had eight rebounds, in addition to sinking a go-ahead free throw in overtime, helping the Cardinals get a 46-44 win over Franklin at the PIL Showcase event held at Franklin High School.
Emma Bischoff, Rogue Valley Adventist
The junior had a double-double, with 20 points and 10 rebounds, as she helped lead Rogue Valley Adventist to a 49-16 nonleague victory at Rogue River.
Kelsey Booster, Mountain View
The sophomore guard sank three 3-point baskets and scored a team-high 15 points for the Cougars in a 53-39 loss to Grants Pass in a nonleague game played at Grants Pass High School.
Raegan Bruner, Grants Pass
The junior guard/forward scored eight of her 13 points in the first quarter, helping the Lady Cavers get out to a fast start in their 53-39 win over Mountain View in a nonleague game played at Grants Pass High School.
Jazzy Davidson, Clackamas
The freshman wing had a strong game, even in defeat, for the Cavaliers in their 50-44 loss at Barlow in a Mt. Hood Conference opener. Davidson led Clackamas in scoring with 21 points.
MaeAni Dotts, Churchill
The sophomore guard led a balanced Lancers scoring attack with 10 points, helping lead Churchill to a 47-13 win over North Medford in a nonleague game played at Churchill High School.
Lily Everson, Forest Grove
The senior guard scored a game-high 17 points to help lead the Vikings to a 55-44 nonleague win over Scappoose in a game played at Forest Grove High School.
Maddie Forste, Santiam
The senior guard scored a game-high 22 points to help lead the Wolverines to a 55-39 win over Kennedy in a Tri-River Conference game played at Kennedy High School.
Juju Henderson, Springfield
The freshman guard scored a game-high 20 points for the Millers in their 41-38 loss to Crater in a Midwestern League game played at Springfield High School.
McKenzie Hirsh, Crater
The senior guard has helped the Craters get off to a 9-2 start to the season, as she leads the squad in both total points and rebounds. Hirsh scored a season-high 20 points against Wilsonville.
Maggie Lapray, South Salem
The junior wing shined for the Saxons at the Pacific Office Automation Holiday Classic. For the event, Lapray, an all-tournament selection, averaged 15.7 points, 5.3 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 2.7 steals per game.
Abrianna Lawrence, Jefferson
The freshman scored 21 points, tying her for game-high honors, for the Democrats in their 49-39 loss to La Salle Prep at the PIL Showcase, held at Franklin High School.
Sofia Megert, South Eugene
The senior point guard scored a game-high 33 points for the Lady Ax, which was missing four starters, in a 57-44 nonleague loss at West Salem. Megert made 7 of 15 shots from 3-point range and had three steals in the contest.
Kate Miles, Marshfield
The junior scored a game-high 17 points as she helped the Pirates post a 50-32 victory over Phoenix at the Sky-Em/Skyline Crossover event, held at Siuslaw High School.
Maya Sanders, Franklin
The sophomore guard scored 14 points for the Lightning, tying her for game-high honors, in a 46-44 overtime loss to Lincoln at the PIL Showcase, held at Franklin High School.
Allyson Schimel, Corbett
The sophomore helped lead the unbeaten Cardinals to a 45-34 nonleague win at Class 6A Sandy. Schimel topped Corbett in scoring in the victory, which moved the team to 11-0, with 23 points.
Kennedie Shuler, Barlow
The junior guard had another big game for the Bruins, helping lead them to a 50-44 win over top-ranked Clackamas in a Mt. Hood Conference opener played at Barlow High School. In the victory, Shuler scored a game-high 27 points, while also having eight rebounds and four steals.
Paige Traeger, Silverton
The senior averaged 18 points and nine rebounds per game in the stretch of a week, helping the Foxes get victories over Cascade (56-25) and Dallas (53-13).
MaKenna Trussell, Sprague
The sophomore helped the Olympians score a hard-fought 33-25 nonleague win over Lake Oswego at Sprague High School. In the victory, Trussell hit some key 3-pointers on her way to scoring a team-high 13 points.
Malia Waiwaiole, Cleveland
The Warriors weren’t able to play in the PIL Showcase, as the school was temporarily shut down due to staffing issues and all extracurricular activities were canceled, but that didn’t stop the sophomore from showing her dedication to her team and the sport, as she showed up at the showcase, at Franklin High School, dressed in a team sweatsuit, and carrying a ball bag, in protest of the decision.
Ella Wedin, La Salle Prep
The junior guard had a double-double, with 11 points and 14 rebounds, as she helped the Falcons notch a 49-39 win over Jefferson at the PIL Showcase, held at Franklin High School.
Skylar Willey, Hidden Valley
The senior forward had a game-clinching steal and layup with less than three seconds to play, helping the Mustangs get a 35-30 win over Junction City at the Sky-Em/Skyline crossover tournament. Willey had seven points, six rebounds and six steals in the victory.
Lindsey Wilson, Mountainside
The senior post scored a game-high 26 points, including 12 in the second quarter, to help the Mavericks get a 47-29 nonleague win over Tualatin in a game played at Mountainside High School. Wilson also had six rebounds in the victory.
Abigail Winslow, Crater
The sophomore guard scored a game-high 19 points to help the Comets earn an 82-26 win over Ashland in a Midwestern League game played at Ashland High School.