Congratulations to Caddo Hills senior Connor Kincannon for being voted SBLive’s Arkansas High School Boys Basketball Player of the Week for March 15-21!
The senior guard led all scorers with 26 points and had six rebounds in a 55-62 double-overtime loss to Marina-Lee in Friday’s Class 2A state championship game.
Kincannon received 58.69% of the vote, beating out Mayflower’s B.J. Gilliam, who finished second with 39.62% of the vote. West Side’s Travis Gentry finished third with 0.43% of the vote and Little Rock Central’s finished fourth with 0.4% of the vote. There were over 15,000 votes tallied this week!
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Here are the other athletes who were nominated for March 15-21:
Henry Cowles, Morrilton: The junior center scored 13 points and blocked three shots in a 49-46 Class 4A state championship game loss to Mills on Saturday afternoon.
Josh Denton, Maumelle: The senior had 12 points and three assists in a 58-56 loss to Jonesboro in the Class 5A state championship game Saturday night.
Ty Dugger, Harding Academy: The senior football standout recorded 11 points and six rebounds in the Wildcats’ 42-38 win against Mayflower in the Class 3A state championship game Friday night.
B.J. Gilliam, Mayflower: The junior guard scored 14 points in a 42-38 loss to Harding Academy in the Class 3A state championship game Friday night.
Travis Gentry, West Side: The junior guard had 15 points in a 62-47 loss to Viola in the Class 1A state championship game Thursday evening.
Javion Guy-King, Mills: The 6-6 junior forward had 19 points and nine rebounds in a 49-46 win against Morrilton in the Class 4A state final Saturday afternoon.
Hudson Likens, Little Rock Central: The senior guard led the Tigers with 13 points and had six rebounds in a 65-55 Class 6A state championship game loss to North Little Rock on Thursday afternoon.
Jakari Livingston, Mills: The senior forward earned Class 5A final game MVP honors with 17 points and three rebounds in a 49-46 win against Morrilton on Saturday afternoon.
Bryson Luna, Viola: The senior guard scored 16 points in the Longhorns’ 62-47 Class 1A state championship game win against West Side on Thursday.
Mason Luna, Viola: The senior guard scored 21 points on his way to MVP honors in the Longhorns’ 62-47 win against West Side in Thursday’s Class 1A state championship game.
Keyln McBride, Jonesboro: The senior guard earned the MVP award in the Class 5A state championship game Saturday night by scoring eight points and dishing out two assists. McBride made a key three-pointer in the fourth quarter to help preserve the win, 58-56, against Maumelle.
Carter Neal, Harding Academy: The senior guard earned Class 3A state championship game MVP honors by totaling 12 points and eight rebounds in a 42-38 win against Mayflower on Friday night.
Brandon Patterson, Mayflower: The senior post scored 14 points and grabbed nine rebounds in a 42-38 loss to Harding Academy in the Class 3A state championship game Friday night.
Joseph Pinion, Morrilton: The junior forward and University of Arkansas commit had 16 points and six rebounds in the Devil Dogs’ 49-46 loss to Mills in the Class 4A state championship game Saturday afternoon.
Caden Sipe, Harding Academy: The senior guard, who is a Henderson State University football commit, chipped in 11 points and six rebounds in the Wildcats’ 42-38 win against Mayflower in the Class 3A state title game Friday night.
DJ Smith, North Little Rock: The Charging Wildcats’ senior combo guard poured in 26 points and grabbed four rebounds on his way to MVP honors in Thursday’s 65-55 Class 6A title game win against Little Rock Central.
Riley Wade, Maumelle: The junior point guard had 12 points in a 58-56 loss to Jonesboro on Saturday night in the Class 5A state championship game.
Kel’el Ware, North Little Rock: The junior center had 19 points and eight rebounds in a 65-55 win against conference rival Little Rock Central in the Class 6A state championship game Thursday afternoon.
Bryson Warren, Little Rock Central: The sophomore guard had 10 points in the Tigers’ 65-55 loss to North Little Rock in the Class 6A state championship game Thursday afternoon.
Jesse Washington, Jonesboro: The junior guard had a game-high 16 points in Jonesboro’s 58-56 win against Maumelle in the Class 5A state championship game Saturday night.
Je’Marion Westbrook, Marianna-Lee: The junior forward had 17 points (including going 5 for 5 from the line) in the Trojans’ 62-55 double-overtime win over Caddo Hills in the Class 2A final Friday afternoon.
Terran Williams, Marianna-Lee: The senior forward, a Louisiana Tech signee, had 17 points and nine rebounds on his way to MVP honors in the Trojans’ 62-55 double-overtime win against Caddo Hills in the Class 2A state championship game Friday afternoon.
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