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Tre Holloman, Cretin-Derham Hall. Holloman was the engine in Cretin-Derham Hall's (3-2) offense last week. His most notable display was on Jan. 29 versus Forest Lake. He produced 30 points, 13 assists and secured eight steals in the Raiders' 87-74 victory. He is averaging 10.2 assists per game so far this season.
Michael Jude, Kaleidoscope Charter. Kaleidoscope Charter (3-1) created plenty of offense on Jan. 28 with Jude leading the way. He scored 31 points and 11 assists helping the Comets claim victory in the 74-62 contest at Ogilvie. It was the second game this year that he had more than 10 assists.
Teigan Martin, Mayer Lutheran. Martin's performances have been crucial to maintaining Mayer Lutheran's (6-0) unbeaten record this season. His best display during the week came on Jan. 29 at Tri-City United. The junior went for 28 points, nine rebounds, and five blocks, helping fortify both ends of the court.
Addison Metcalf, St. Croix Prep. Scoring was not something St. Croix Prep (6-0) worried about last week. Metcalf reached high scoring marks in both games the Lions, No. 8 in the Class 2A Minnesota Basketball News rankings from Jan. 27, played. He dominated with 42 points on Jan. 25 against Breck before scoring another 26 at Providence Academy on Jan. 28, earning two wins.
Will Tschetter, Stewartville. Tschetter has consistently scored 30 or more points this season. The senior tallied 39 points, on 16-of-20 shooting, and 10 rebounds to help bring No. 4-2A Stewartville (5-0) a 68-43 triumph over Zumbrota-Mazeppa on Jan. 30. He scored 35 points in the team's previous outing on Jan. 28 in a 97-51 victory at Rochester Lourdes.
*Stats and records as of Feb. 1.
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