Travaun Coad (Wilson)
The senior has been a major reason why the Bulldogs have gotten off to a 9-0 start this season. Over his last four games, Coad is averaging 16.8 points per game. Travaun led the Bulldogs to a championship at the Hempfield Holiday Tournament.
Nana Foulland (Berks Catholic)
Foulland was the player of the year in Berks County last season as a junior, yet he is only getting better. This past week at the Harrisburg Tournament, Foulland posted his two highest scoring games of his high school career, with totals of 29 points and 28 points, respectively.
Sean Ziegler (Brandywine Heights)
While the Bullets may be struggling from a win-loss perspective, the emergence of Sean Ziegler as a scoring threat certainly looks promising as they head into Berks III divisional play. At the Fleetwood tournament this week, Ziegler posted team-highs of 16 points and 21 points in the Bullets two contests. The 21 points was a career high for the senior.
Madison Koehler (Gov. Mifflin)
Over the past week, Madison Koehler has been the spark that the Mustangs have needed. On December 27th, Koehler, a sophomore, posted a career high of 20 points against Lampeter-Strasburg, only to follow up that performance with a 23 point effort the very next night against McCaskey. Madison’s 43 points earned her the MVP of the Ephrata Holiday Tournament.
Hayley Kochel (Twin Valley)
While Twin Valley may only have one win over the last week, it is not due to a lack of effort from senior Hayley Kochel. Over her last 3 games, Kochel is averaging just over 20 points per game. Kochel will look to lead the Lady Raiders as they move closer to league play.
Hannah Bankes (Kutztown)
The undisputed senior leader of the Lady Cougars garnered her 1000th career point this week in loss to Susquenita. Bankes averaged over 19 points per game this past week for Kutztown. Bankes heads into this week with 1002 career points and will look to help Kutztown make a playoff push.