High-SchoolCalifornia: Alex Villegas

Cal-Hi Sports Stat Stars of the Week

January, 19, 2012
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48 is enough for San Diego Southwest’s Villegas and Napa Trinity Prep’s Franklin. Best among girls includes 45-point explosion from Irene Aranda.

For last week's State Stat Stars, click here.

Note: We’re proud once again to collect weekly writeups of the most significant individual high school basketball totals in California. We use these as the basis for updating the state record book, which has been published seven times, most recently in the spring of 2009. To report a state stat star of your own, please email highlights to Mark.Tennis@espn.com.

(After games of Monday, Jan. 16 and some games of Tuesday, Jan. 17)

Boys Basketball

Dakarai Allen (Sheldon, Sacramento)
Facing a Jesuit of Carmichael team that has been ranked in the state top this season he came up with a huge performance to lead the Huskies to victory as he scored 29 points, had four steals and blocked three shots in a 88-70 Delta River League game.

Bobby Alvarado (Mission Oak, Tulare)
The sophomore standout scored a career-high of 33 points in a 55-40 win by his team over Cesar Chavez of Delano in a East Yosemite League game.

Eric Ambrose (Rolling Hills Prep, San Pedro)
The Huskies remained undefeated in Coastal League play as he scored 31 points and grabbed nine rebounds in a 70-50 win over Wildwood of Los Angeles.

Payton Banks (Lutheran, Orange)
With standout Gabe York on the bench, Banks has stepped up his game. He scored 30 points in losses last week to Mater Dei and JSerra.

Ivo Basor (Watsonville)
Ivo became a 20-20 man, and at the same time he gave Seaside the proverbial heave-ho, after registering 25 points and 20 rebounds in a surprisingly easy 64-38 victory.

Jabari Bird (Salesian, Richmond)
The high-flying “Bird Man” was 12-of-18 (including three treys) from the field and scored 31 points, including 27 in the second half, and all 10 of Salesian’s final points in a 66-47 win over Berkeley.

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