Here are your top performers from last week.

As a note, boys’ basketball reporter Andy Graham’s list of candidates come solely from the Greene County Invitational tournament as a “tip of the cap” to all of the competitors at the event.

JOSH DIEBALL, Linton, So. F

Earned Greene County Invitational MVP honors after delivering a double-double in Saturday’s 62-39 title game romp over Vincennes Rivet with 16 points (hitting 8 of 11 shots) and 10 boards. Hit 17 of 23 shots from the field for the tourney, averaging 13.3 points and 6.7 rebounds in the Miners’ balanced attack during the three GCI wins.

CAM CREAGER, Eastern Greene, Sr., G

His 18 points led the Thunderbirds to a one-point win over North Central (Farmersburg) in the GCI consolation final. In EG’s first two tourney games, a win over Shakamak and a loss to Linton, he had 27 and 16 points while hitting 18 of 32 shots (including 6 of 11 from 3-point range) and all six of his free throws.

JONATHAN KOENIG, White River Valley, Sr., F

Had a double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds in WRV’s opening 53-50 GCI loss to North Central, then scored 13 and 16 in the next two games, capped by Saturday’s win over Shakamak, to average 16.7 points for the tournament.

Herald-Times area Player of the Week - Boys

  • Cam Creager, Eastern Greene (18 pts vs. North Central in GIC finale) (73%, 165 Votes)
  • Josh Dieball, Linton (13.3 ppg, 6.7 rpg in Greene Co. Inv.) (16%, 36 Votes)
  • Jonathan Koenig, White River Valley (21 pts, 10 rebs vs. North Central in GIC opener) (12%, 26 Votes)

Total Voters: 226

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MORGAN BIVINS, Bloomington South, Sr., G/F

Bivins was tied for the team lead in scoring with 15 points in a one-point loss against Franklin. While Bivins and the Panthers would lose their next game to Franklin Central, as well, this one by five points, Bivins came up with key drives and rebounds in a close game, producing nine points and 11 boards

FELICITY GRAF, Bloomfield, So., G

Graf may come off the bench, but the 5-foot-4 sophomore led her team in scoring with 15 points in a 53-32 win over Loogootee.

TANNER CHAPMAN, Brown County, Sr., G

Chapman, the Eagles’ leading scorer, provided a healthy 16 points in Brown County’s 45-20 win over North Putnam.

Herald-Times area Player of the Week - Girls

  • Felicity Graf, Bloomfield (15 pts off bench in win vs. Loogootee) (70%, 121 Votes)
  • Morgan Bivins, Bloomington South (15 pts vs. Franklin, 9 pts, 11 reb. vs. FC) (27%, 46 Votes)
  • Tanner Chapman, Brown County (16 pts in win versus N. Putnam) (3%, 6 Votes)

Total Voters: 172

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One thought on “H-T Player of the Week, boys’ and girls’ basketball

  1. It’s really sad that a Monroe County junior Ariel Cosens is not involved in this poll. She had a dominating performance of 30 points and 10 rebounds on Thursday night. Shooting nearly 70% from the field. She is not in this poll because she plays for Lighthouse Christian. A non IHSAA school. Against 4 IHSAA schools this season she is averaging 16.5 points a game. While Lighthouse has won those games by an average of 19 points.

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