Here are your nominees for the H-T’s Player of the Week. To the person with the most votes goes the spoil — the spoils being nothing more than a picture in the paper and some bragging rights, but still.

Good luck to the nominees:

TUCKER BLACKWELL, Bloomington South, Jr., G

His trio of first quarter 3-pointers helped the Panthers prance out to a 20-2 lead Friday in what became a 56-47 win at Edgewood. He finished with a game high 15 points. Counting his 12-point performance in Tuesday’s win over Columbus East, he went 8 of 13 from the field (4 of 6 from 3-point range) and hit all five of his free throws in the two games.

MUSA JALLOW, Bloomington North, Fr., F

Made all seven shots from the field, including a pair of highlight-reel dunks, while scoring a game-high 15 points in Saturday’s win at Owen Valley after delivering a dominating 13-rebound performance on the boards in North’s big 53-38 win Friday over Martinsville. Jallow hit 8 of 12 shots from the field in the two games.

BRANDON VAN SANT, Bloomfield, Jr., C

His eight points and eight rebounds couldn’t prevent a Cardinal loss Friday at 11-3 sectional favorite South Knox, but his game-high totals of 14 points, 10 rebounds and six shot-blocks keyed Saturday’s 32-29 win at Linton, which avenged the Greene County Invitational title game loss and brought the Greene County Keg back to Bloomfield.

Herald-Times area Player of the Week - Boys

  • Tucker Blackwell, Bloomington South (15 pt vs. Edgewood, 12 pt vs. Columbus East) (69%, 1,122 Votes)
  • Brandon Van Sant, Bloomfield (14 pt, 10 reb, 6 blocks vs. Linton) (24%, 396 Votes)
  • Musa Jallow, Bloomington North (15 pt vs. OV, 13 rebounds vs. Martinsville) (6%, 101 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,619

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ANNIE GILLARD, Bloomington South, Sr., G

Gillard was battling illness when she played to a four-point outing against Mooresville. She wasn’t yet 100 percent in South’s game against Columbus North, but she still produced 24 points, hitting four 3-point shots in the second half of that game.

HANNAH PITCHER, Edgewood, Sr., F

Pitcher is one player that will be asked to step up for Edgewood in the absence of Jasmine Carter, the team’s leading rebounder and second-leading scorer, who was lost to a season-ending knee injury. The senior forward came forward Thursday night, shooting 7-of-8 from the field, including 4-of-5 from 3-point range, on her way to 18 points.

ALLISON WININGER, White River Valley, Sr., G

The Wolverines held onto a perfect conference record Saturday with a win over North Central. Wininger has been a constant scoring threat, and Saturday was no different, as she led her team with 25 points.

Herald-Times area Player of the Week - Girls

  • Allison WIninger, White River Valley (25 pt vs. North Central) (49%, 192 Votes)
  • Annie Gillard, Bloomington South (24 pt vs. Columbus North) (42%, 165 Votes)
  • Hannah Pitcher, Edgewood (18 pt vs. Indian Creek) (8%, 33 Votes)

Total Voters: 390

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