Itai Alinsky, Newton South — The Lions extended their winning streak to seven games behind a pair of dominating performances from the 6-foot-6 senior forward, who averaged 24.5 points and 17 rebounds per game in wins over Lincoln-Sudbury ( 77-63) and Wayland (55-42).
Ethan Dias, Somerset Berkeley — The senior forward started the week with a 30-point, 21-rebound performance in a 59-56 win over Old Rochester before helping the Raiders erase a 13-point third-quarter deficit with 38 points and 18 rebounds in of Friday’s 70-66 win. Bourne.
Ryder Frost, Beverly— After hitting career highs with 35 points and 16 rebounds in a 97-74 win at Lowell, the 6-foot-5 sophomore combined for 32 points in comfortable wins over Lynn Classical and Gloucester before to post 31 points, 13 rebounds and 6 assists in an all-around effort to lead the Panthers past TechBoston, 80-68, on Sunday.
Jaeden Greenleaf, Cape Cod Academy — Cape Town’s career leading scorer became the 77th player in state history to eclipse 2,000 career points with a 34-point performance in a 79-50 win over Dennis-Yarmouth. The 6-foot senior guard has averaged 29.6 points per game over three wins for the Seahawks.
Tommy Mallinson, Wilmington – For the third time in his career, the senior hit nine 3-pointers while breaking the program record with more than 141 triples. The senior totaled 60 points in wins over Shawsheen and Pioneer Charter (Saugus).
Trent Santos, Taunton – The Hockomock’s top scorer broke for a career-high 46 points in an 86-56 win over Oliver Ames, then scored his 17 second-half points on Friday, helping the Tigers defeat Mansfield in a key battle of the Kelley-Rex division.