CORE POWER PERFORMANCE STARTING FIVE (1/22/18)

Grant Baker (Northpointe Christian): The Mustangs embarked on an impressive comeback, overcoming a 16-0 hole to start the game against Kelloggsville last week, and Baker led the charge for Coach Jared Redell’s bunch. He had 19 in the win.

Jacob Booynasith (Jenison): The Wildcats’ senior guard has had a tremendous season this year, and this was no different this past Friday against Union. He scored 26 points, including the go-ahead basket as he led Jenison to a 12-point comeback victory.

Jarvis Walker (Mona Shores): The Sailors won a pair of overtime games against Kenowa Hills and Reeths-Puffer this past week, and Walker carried the team offensively. He had 31 points against Reeths-Puffer, and followed that up with 24 against Kenowa Hills.

Levi Van Dam (Holland Christian): The Maroons picked up a road conference win on Friday night at Byron Center, and he led all scorers with 18 points. Holland Christian now sits at 4-4 on the season.

Thomas Griggs (Kelloggsville): Griggs had a strong showing in Tuesday’s loss to Northpointe Christian as he scored 27 points. A football star as well, his skills have continued to blossom on the hardwood this season.

 

 

 

CORE POWER PERFORMANCE STARTING FIVE (1/15/18)

Blake Verbeek (Calvin Christian): The senior had 27 points in a loss to Godwin Heights this past week. Verbeek is the key for Calvin Christian as the Squires attempt to make a run back to Breslin this year.

Cinque Blakely (Caledonia): The Scots may have fallen against Hudsonville on Friday night, but it was a strong night for Q, as he tossed in 16 points to lead the way for Caledonia, the highest single-game total in the senior’s career.

Jacob Polakovich (Catholic Central): The senior for the Cougars was nominated for the McDonald’s All-American Game this past week, joining his teammate Marcus Bingham.

Marcus Bingham (Catholic Central): The Catholic Central senior forward earned a nomination to the McDonald’s All-American Game this past week. Bingham is committed to play at Michigan State next fall.

Max Perez (Hudsonville): On Friday in their win against Caledonia, Perez led the Eagles with 23 points. He scored the first seven of the game to get the Eagles off to a hot start that led to their victory.