Here are the top Michigan high school basketball performances from Feb. 6-8. Mya Bobo, West Bloomfield: Led her team with 16 points in West Bloomfield’s 54-36 win over Avondale on Thursday. Ella Burger, Macomb Dakota: The freshman turnt up with 21 points for Dakota in their 62-45 victory over Utica Eisenhower. DeBraya Edwards, Roseville: Peppered the stat sheet with 11 points, 13 rebounds and seven steals for Roseville in their 37-26 victory over Warren Mott on Thursday. Ciara Hardy, Romulus: Led all scorers with 25 points, and added seven rebounds, in Romulus’ 78-27 trouncing against Livonia Clarenceville. Anaya Kennedy and Emaia O’Brien, Harper Woods Chandler Park: The teammates combined for 35 points in Chandler Park’s 66-55 win over Grosse Pointe North. Samantha Potter, Royal Oak: Led all scorers with 19 points, and she added 10 rebounds and three assists. Carly Scheblo, Charlotte: Scored 17 points and pocketed five steals for Charlotte in their 45-40 dub over Eaton Rapids. Jayla Smith, Detroit East English Village: Led all scorers with 19 points, dished eight assists, and pocketed six steals in East English’s 55-28 dismantling of Detroit Western International. Shawnta Standifer, Romulus: Racked up 21 points and ripped 10 steals for Romulus in their 78-27 beatdown against Livonia Clarenceville. Johnnae Steele, Redford Union: Dropped 16 points for RU in their 48-29 win over Dearborn Annapolis. Taylor Williams, Macomb Dakota: Recorded a monster double-double with 16 points and 20 rebounds in Dakota’s 62-45 win over Utica Eisenhower. HONORABLE MENTION Julia Ayrault, Grosse Pointe North: Paced her squad with 17 points in a tough 66-55 loss to Chandler Park. Lauren DeBeau, Utica Eisenhower: Led her team with 21 points in a tough loss to Macomb Dakota, 62-45. Logan Lewis, West Bloomfield: Chipped in 14 points and nabbed four steals in West Bloomfield’s 54-36 victory over Avondale on Thursday. Myia Rogan, St. Clair Shores South Lake : Led all scorers with 19 points in a tough loss to New Haven, 56-46. Alexis Thompson, Detroit East English Village : Came through with a double-double -- 16 points and 10 rebounds -- in East English’s 55-28 thrashing over Detroit Western. Taylor Walton, Harper Woods Chandler Park : Dropped a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds for Chandler Park in their 66-55 win over Grosse Pointe North. Elisha Adams and Andrew James, Auburn Hills Christian: The teammates combined for 36 points in Auburn Hills Christian’s 57-50 win over Chesterfield Austin Catholic. Jaden Aikens and Tariq Shepherd, Farmington : Combined for 38 points (and Shepherd’s five assists) to lead Farmington past Auburn Hills Avondale, 67-61, in overtime. Jordan Benson, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood: Put up 16 points and led his team to victory in a battle with Ann Arbor Greenhills Trevor Boers, Capac: Nearly finished with a triple-double -- 23 points, 13 rebounds and nine assists -- in Capac’s 58-41 win over Marlette. Austin Brown, Madison Heights Madison: Scored 17 points for Madison in their 74-25 beatdown against Center Line on Thursday. Cam Caggins, Rochester : Led all scorers with 25 points for Rochester in a tough loss to Troy Athens, 58-55. D'Quarion Cole, Pontiac : Dropped 20 points, grabbed seven rebounds and dished six assists in Pontiac’s 63-32 win over Royal Oak. Chris Dobessi, Wayne Memorial : Dropped 29 points and grabbed six rebounds for Wayne in their 72-32 beatdown against Livonia Franklin. Javaughn Hannah, Mt. Clemens : Finished with 32 points, 12 rebounds and six assists in Mt. Clemens dub over Detroit Jalen Rose. Da’Jion Humphrey, Southfield Christian: Produced 22 points, 11 rebounds and five assists in Southfield Christian’s 67-41 win over Oakland Christian. Joseph Kimmerer, Hale: Dropped a double-double -- 23 points and 13 rebounds -- and eclipsed 1,000 career points in Hale’s 54-49 dub over AuGres-Sims. Kimmerer is the 7th player in Hale history to accomplish the feat. Isaiah Lewis,Wayne Memorial: Balled out with 33 points, six assists, five steals for Wayne Memorial in their 72-32 victory over Livonia Franklin. Drew Lowder, Ann Arbor Pioneer: Balled out with 35 points and eclipsed 1,000 career points in Pioneer’s 71-65 dub over Ann Arbor Huron. Sudi McElroy and Teonta McKeithen, Ferndale: The teammates combined for 44 points for Ferndale in their 66-58 win over Oxford. Joe Moon IV, Westland John Glenn: Finished with 36 points and six assists for John Glenn in their 87-61 victory over Livonia Stevenson. Brody Parker, Troy : Led all scorers with 22 points in a tough loss to Clarkston, 56-47. Micah Parrish, River Rouge: Scored 17 points for River Rouge in their 60-45 dub over Harper Woods. Kasean Pryor, Ann Arbor Pioneer: Recorded a double-double --24 points, 12 rebounds -- for Pioneer in their 71-65 win over Ann Arbor Huron. Darrell Walker, Clinton Township Clintondale: Led his team in scoring with 18 points in Clintondale’s 82-47 beatdown against Clawson on Thursday. Josh Warren, Brownstown Woodhaven: racked up 29 points in a 69-55 dub over Melvindale. Richard Washington, Clinton Township Clintondale: Stuffed the stat sheet with 14 points, 12 rebounds, nine assists and five steals in Clintondale’s 82-47 dismantling of Clawson on Thursday. HONORABLE MENTION Kobe Anthony, Auburn Hills Avondale: Paced his team with 19 points in a tough overtime-loss to Farmington, 67-61. Benjamin Brown and Alex Kreft, Chesterfield Austin Catholic: The teammates combined for 36 points in Austin Catholic’s 57-50 loss to Auburn Hills Catholic. Roderick Campbell, Dearborn Heights Annapolis: Paced Annapolis with 17 points in a disappointing loss to Redford Union, 49-45. William Dunn, Quincy: Scored 21 points for Quincy in a tough loss to Homer, 61-58. Jacob Gladney, Bloomfield Hills Roeper: Paced Roeper with 19 points in a tough loss to Charyl Stockwell Academy, 48-43. Brandon Jackson, Belleville: Dropped a double-double -- 12 points and 13 rebounds -- in Belleville’s 68-48 win over Dearborn. Quinton Jones, Madison Heights Madison : Produced a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds for Madison in their 74-25 beatdown against Center Line on Thursday. Troy Lattimore, Walled Lake Northern : Led all scorers with 16 points for Northern in a tough loss to rival Walled Lake Western, 37-36. Marcus Riley, Melvindale : Dropped 17 points for Melvindale in their 69-55 loss to Woodhaven. Bradly Schwiderson and Caden Ziein, AuGres-Sims : The teammates combined for 30 points in a tough loss to Hale, 54-49. Kendall Simpson, Clawson : Paced his team with 16 points and six rebounds in a 82-47 loss to Clintondale on Thursday. Renel Thrasher, Westland John Glenn : Chipped in 21 points for Glenn in their victory over Livonia Stevenson, 87-61.