Hot Hoopers: Top performances for the week in boys/girls basketball

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Battle Creek Central senior Kylon Wilson (12) shoots the ball as Pennfield senior Julius Wettschereck (30) guards him at Pennfield High School on Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2021. Pennfield defeated Battle Creek Central 64-60.
Battle Creek Central senior Kylon Wilson (12) shoots the ball as Pennfield senior Julius Wettschereck (30) guards him at Pennfield High School on Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2021. Pennfield defeated Battle Creek Central 64-60.

The top boys and girls basketball performances for the week from Battle Creek-area schools:

Hot Hoopers for Week of Jan. 14:

Battle Creek Central's Kylon Wilson (4)
Battle Creek Central's Kylon Wilson (4)

Kylon Wilson

Battle Creek Central

Bearcat senior Kylon Wilson hit a game-winning shot in the final five seconds in BCC's win over Gull Lake last Friday. He returned to the court on Tuesday for a game-high 22 points in a win over Mattawan.

Chris Adam
Chris Adam

Chris Adam

St. Philip

Tiger senior Chris Adam had a big game with 31 points and nine rebounds to lead a short-handed St. Philip team to a 57-51 win over Camden Frontier and improve to 3-4. He added 14 points in a loss to Bellevue last Friday.

Sofia Keller
Sofia Keller

Sofia Keller

Battle Creek Academy

As just an 8th-grader, Sofia Keller has already set the Battle Creek Academy school record for points in a varsity game as she had 31 points, 22 rebounds, eight blocks, five steals and four assists in a win over Marshall Academy.

Reese Williams
Reese Williams

Reese Williams

Colon

The sophomore sensation has helped Colon remain undefeated as Reese Williams had 19 points, five assists and four steals as the Magi knocked off Litchfield, 60-23, on Wednesday. Williams also had 17 points, six rebounds and three assists in a win over Union City this week.

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