Posted On: 01/22/18 8:12 AM
Here is another installment of “Five Good Guys,” which is look at five players around the state who really turned in sparkling performances over the weekend.
Ronnie Bell 6’1″ Park Hill: The 2018 Michigan football recruit was spectacular in last week’s C.W. Stessman Tournament in leading the Trojans to the championship while nabbing MVP honors in the process. In two games, Bell scored 79 points and made game-winning 3-point buzzer beaters in both games. He scored 42 points and knocked down the game-winning triple in the first round win against St. Joe Lafayette. He followed up with 37 points and a pull-up 3-pointer at the buzzer to defeat Liberty in the semifinals.
Dawson Dohogne 6’4″ Cape Notre Dame: The 2018 post player had a dominant weekend in leading the Crusaders to a couple of victories. On Thursday night, Dohogne had 28 points and 19 rebounds to lead Notre Dame to a 67-51 victory over Advance. The following night, Dohogne came up with 31 points to lead the Crusaders to an 84-65 victory over Saxony Lutheran. He is one of the most fundamentally sound post players in the state.
Cameron Van Leer 6’4″ Pacific: The 2018 point guard was the Most Valuable Player of the Kansas Army National Guard Invitational after leading the Indians to the championship. Van Leer had 26 points, five rebounds and five assists in the Indians’ 59-49 victory over Nevada in the championship game. He also had 17 points, eight rebounds and eight assists against Frontenac in the semifinals. Pacific is now 12-4 after the championship weekend.
Damien Daniels 5’8″ Hogan Prep: The dynamic 2018 Abilene Christian signee was tremendous in leading Hogan Prep to the championship of the Culver’s Classic. In the semifinals against Raytown, Daniels scored 40 points in a 60-39 victory. He followed up with 27 points and 10 assists in a victory over Raytown South in the championship game.
Cade Combs 6’4″ Harrisburg: The 2018 guard led the Bulldogs to the championship of the Macon Tournament. Combs had 30 points and 14 rebounds in the Bulldogs’ 74-64 victory over Centralia in the championship game. The following day, Combs dropped another 25 points as Harrisburg defeated Mid Buchanan in the MFA Oil Break Time Shootout at the Mizzou Arena.