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December 17, 2013

Basketball: Players of the Week

Today, we are proud to announce the week two NMPreps.com player of the week for the state of New Mexico. Each season the staff at NMPreps.com will take nomination and let all premium board members of NMPreps Nation vote the winner.

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NMPreps.com's Player of the Week
Week 4 Boys Player of the Week: Bryan Medina of Highlnad

High School: Highland High School
Graduation Year: 2014
Votes:13 (out of 38) 34.21%

Stat Line: Medina, a senior at Highland High School scored an outstanding 72 total points and had 30 rebounds during the Joe Armijo Tournament. He was named overall MVP of the Tournament.

Week 4 Girls Player of the Week: Danni Williams of Clovis

High School: Clovis High School
Votes: Staff Pick

Stat Line: Williams continues her huge season by scoring 73 points in wins over Lovingotn, Onate, Hobbs, and Roswell. Her 18.25 average over the course of the last 5 days is clearly player of the week worthy.

Week 4 Coach of the Week: Britt Cooper of Roswell

High School: Roswell High School
Votes: Staff Pick

Stat Line: The Coyotes won the City of Champions Tournament in Artesia, New Mexico defeating Carlsbad, Goddard, and Artesia. The Coyotes are ranked No. 1 in the NMPreps.com latest basketball rankings with a 6-0 record.

Week 3 Player of the Week: Chris Martin or Academy

High School:Albuquerque Academy
Graduation Year: 2014
Votes: 9 (out of 35) 25.71%

Stat Line: The big man putting in double-doubles and powered the Chargers to an upset win over the then No. 1 team Sandia High School during week three. In that contest he put up 34-points and 10-rebounds.

Week 3 Coach of the Week: Mike Smith of Hobbs

High School: Hobbs High School
Votes: Staff Pick

Stat Line: The Eagles are off to a (6-0) start and looking stronger than ever. It will be a huge season if the Eagles continue the early season success. The Eagles will head up north to play in Santa Fe this coming week.

Week 2 Player of the Week: Adam Cumber of Sandia

High School: Sandia High School
Graduation Year: 2014
Votes: 6 (out of 32) 18.75%

Stat Line: The guard went for 27 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists last week in a win over Albuquerque High Bulldogs. The No. 1 Sandia Matadors moved to (1-0).

Week 2: Coach of the Week: Matt King of Clovis

High School: Clovis High School
Votes: Staff Pick

Stat Line: The Clovis Wildcats (1-0) got a big opening night win over a then Top-10 ranked Rio Rancho Rams (0-2). The Wildcats lost a lot of talent to get a big win like this during week two.

Week 1 Player of the Week: DJ Casados of Santa Fe Prep

High School: Santa Fe Prep
Graduation Year: 2014
Votes: 4 (out of 11) 36.35%

Stat Line: The 5-foot-11 senior guard is averaging 17 points per game, 3 assists and 3 rebounds per contest. Casados has also led the Blue Griffins to an impressive (2-0) start with wins over Bosque and Mesa Vista.

Week12: Coach of the Week: Dominic Romero of Gallup

High School: Gallup High School
Votes: 6 (out of) 37.50%

Stat Line: The unranked Gallup Bengals hit the road in week one and had the first major upset of the season as the Bengals beat 4A's No. 1 team Albuquerque Academy (then No. 9 NMPreps.com Top-25). The Bengals overachieved in week one and could be a big early season dark horse..again.



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