Posted On: 02/1/20 8:58 AM

Friday night in a Michigan winter always means one thing:  HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL. Across the state, there are great games and top notch performances by players. Last night lived up to its billing. There were prospects that had excellent games in every corner of the state. We will look at 5 players that had memorable performances.

*This isn't a "top 5", but 5 that were notable for a variety of reasons. 

Bennie Crenshaw (2021, PG, Waterford Kettering)

Crenshaw's team was defeated by South Lyon, but his individual performance was magnificent. He had 31 points, 5 steals, and 4 assists. Crenshaw is a dynamic guard that can score as well as facilitate. 

Mason Docks (2022, PG, Williamston)

Docks was terrific in a 74-49 victory over St. Johns. He scored 25 points, dished out 7 assists, and had 5 steals. Docks has a game that is mature beyond his years and he's proving to be a high level point guard in the class of 2022.

Reece Hazelton (2020, F, Glen Lake)

Hazelton helped his team earn a 56-41 win against Kingsley. He notched a double-double with 34 points and 10 rebounds. Hazelton continues to

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