COLUMBUS, Ohio -- District final weekend has come and gone and only nine teams remain in Central Ohio. We bring back the Just Hoops Player of the Week.
Teays Valley junior guard Ryan Wolfe took home the honors last week. Wolfe went off for a career-high 37 points in a sectional final loss to Mount Vernon on March 2.
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Now, moving on to the Just Hoops Player of the Week nominees. Take a look at the candidates and vote below. Voting will continue until Friday, March 16. You can vote once daily until the deadline.
|Tre Baumgardner||Africentric||33 points in a district final win over Johnstown. Baumgardner went for a career-high to lead Africentric to its sixth district title in eight years.|
|Dominiq Penn||Dublin Coffman||30 points in a district final win over Upper Arlington. Penn knocked down 11/15 shots, controlled tempo and dominated the game on both ends of the floor to lead the Rocks to its first district title in four years.|
|Morgan Safford||Bishop Hartley||30 points in a district final loss to Beechcroft. Safford did all he could to help Hartley remain in it against a tough Beechcroft team, including scoring all 13 of the Hawks' third quarter points.|
|Jordan McMillian||Westerville South||24 points in a district final loss to Hilliard Bradley. In a game where Westerville South was overmatched, McMillian kept the Wildcats in it by scoring the ball in a multitude of ways.|
|CJ Anthony||Harvest Prep||23 points in a district final win over Bishop Ready. Anthony was a terror in transition and made tough shot after tough shot to pace the Warriors to its 26th-straight win.|
|Caleb Collins||Fairfield Christian||21 points, seven rebounds and five steals in a district final win over Tree of Life. Collins helped Fairfield Christian complete the Cinderella run to a district title as a 7 seed.|
|Tre Watkins||South||19 points in a district final win over Eastmoor. Watkins hit shots from all over to help South end a four-game losing skid to Eastmoor that included last season's district final.|
|Jelani Simmons||Beechcroft||19 points in a district final win over Bishop Hartley. Simmons scored and distributed at a high level to lead Beechcroft to its first district title since 2007.|