Here are the top Evansville-area athletes for week of January 17-22

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This winter, the Courier & Press is highlighting the top high school performances each night. This will include all IHSAA sports. Those on the gridiron will still have the weekly Player of the Week award.

Here are the top performances for the week of January 17-22. The story will be updated through Saturday.

Got an athlete in mind from our coverage area? Send nominees, with stats, to Kyle Sokeland and Hendrix Magley by email (ksokeland@gannett.com and hmagley@gannett.com) or on Twitter, @kylesokeland and @TweetsofHendrix.

Monday, January 17

Kate Breeden, Mater Dei: The senior netted a game-high 18 points -- she hit a trio of threes -- in a 49-32 win against North Posey.

Chloey Graham, Gibson Southern: The sophomore scored a game-high 16 in a 69-20 conference victory over Mount Vernon.

Tyler Myers, Day School: The junior scored a school-record 53 points in a win over Fairfield (Ill.) to begin the Carmi-White Tournament. It also broke the tournament record of 48 previously set by Mt. Carmel's Tad Ackerman in 1992.

Tuesday, January 18

Weston Aigner, Castle: The junior poured in a game-high 24 points for the Knights in a 64-54 win against Henderson County.

Carley Begle, Forest Park: The junior had a strong all-around game in victory over South Spencer with 13 points, six rebounds and five assists.

Trinity Britton, South Spencer: The junior totaled 20 points and hit four threes against Forest Park.

Hadley Lytton, Heritage Hills: The senior hit five threes while scoring 25 points for the Patriots.

Ava Weisheit, Gibson Southern: The junior had a season-high 21 points for the Titans in a 72-64 win over Heritage Hills.

Thursday, January 20

Alaysha Brandenberger, Boonville: The senior scored 27 points for the Pioneers in a loss to Heritage Hills.

Amiyah Buchanan, North: The junior posted a double-double of 15 points and 12 boards against Memorial.

Kaleb Dosher, Mount Vernon: The senior had a team-high 20 points in an overtime victory over Harrisburg (Ill.).

Chloey Graham, Gibson Southern: The sophomore totaled a game-high 20 points in a 57-37 win over Southridge.

Alyssa Haynes, Reitz: The senior had 24 points for the Panthers in a 58-44 win over Jasper.

Sophie Johnson, Memorial: The sophomore had 19 points for the Tigers in a 58-48 win over North.

Dani Kroeger, Vincennes Lincoln: The senior matched her career high with 26 points in a loss at Castle.

Hadley Lytton, Heritage Hills: The senior finished with 24 points in a 48-44 win over Boonville. She also set a new school record for three-pointers in a season.

Tyler Myers, Day School: The junior had 34 points for the Eagles in a loss to Carmi-White (Ill.).

Natalie Niehaus, Castle: The senior scored 18 points for the Knights in a 66-57 win over Vincennes Lincoln to clinch the outright SIAC title.

Kennedy Wenger, Mater Dei: The senior had 17 points in her first game back from an ankle injury for a win over Central.

Friday, January 21

Brady Cato, Central: The junior gave the Bears the lead in overtime with a 3-pointer and scored 13 points in a 54-53 victory against Henderson County (Ky.).

Kaleb Dosher, Mount Vernon: The senior led the way for the Wildcats with 29 points in a win against Day Schoo

Tanner Erny, Jasper: The senior scored a career-high 23 points in a victory over county rival Forest Park.

Joah Horrall, Washington: The senior scored 29 points in a road defeat of Princeton.

Tyler Myers, Day School: The junior scored a game-high 30 points in a loss to Mount Vernon.

Shane Sims, Harrison: The freshman scored a game-high 16 points as the Warriors used a balanced offensive attack in a 75-50 road win at Memorial.

Trent Sisley, Heritage Hills: The freshman went off for a career-high 31 points in a home PAC win against Southridge.

Brendan Stickles, North Daviess: The junior knocked down two clutch free throws with 4.5 seconds to play to lift the Cougars over Linton, 24-23.

Saturday, January 22

Weston Aigner, Castle: The junior led the Knights with 22 points in a 60-37 victory over Heritage Hills.

Triston Clowers, Mount Vernon: The senior had 17 for the Wildcats in a victory over Carmi-White (Ill.). The Wildcats went 4-0 to win the CWCIT title.

Josiah Dunham, Evansville Christian: The sophomore scored a game-high 23 points in a 64-55 victory over Southridge.

Reed Egli, Mater Dei: The senior had three pins in a total of 2 minutes and 47 seconds to win the SIAC wrestling title at 120 pounds.

Kelby Glenn, Tell City: The junior had four pins in a total of 5 minutes and 40 seconds to win the PAC wrestling title at 126 pounds.

Drew Howard, Forest Park: The senior went off for 32 points and six assists in an 89-58 victory over Tecumseh.

Avery Kelley, Memorial: The sophomore had a game-high 18 to lead the Tigers to a 61-29 win over North Harrison.

Jacob Heidorn, Boonville: The senior had a career-high 17 to lead the Pioneers to a 68-57 win over Mater Dei.

Hagen Knepp, Barr-Reeve: The senior scored 27 points as the Vikings outlasted No. 1 North Daviess 54-51 in overtime of the Buggy Bowl.

Hadley Lytton, Heritage Hills: The senior had 20 points for the Patriots (8 in the fourth quarter) in a 46-45 win at Reitz.

Jaylen Mullen, North Daviess: The junior scored a game-high 29 points in a loss to Barr-Reeve.

Tyler Myers, Day School: The junior scored 36 points for the Eagles in a victory over Harrisburg (Ill.). His 151 points in four games sets a new tournament mark in the Carmi-White Tournament.

Chris Newman, Mount Vernon: The senior had four pins in a total of 5 minutes and 39 seconds to win the PAC wrestling title at 170 pounds.

Chloe Plank, Castle: The junior was victorious in four different events in the SIAC swim meet - two individual (50 freestyle, 100 freestyle) and two relays (200 freestyle, 40

James Ralph, Mater Dei: The senior had three pins in a total of 4 minutes and 47 seconds to win the heavyweight SIAC wrestling title.

Hamza Rimawi, Day School: The senior hit the game-winner at the buzzer to beat Harrisburg (Ill.) 75-74 in the Carmi-White Tournament.

Gavin Schippert, Reitz: The senior had 23 points in his return from a concussion. The Panthers lost to New Albany in double overtime.

Shane Sims, Harrison: The freshman knocked down the game-winning three with nine seconds to play and scored 16 points in a 58-57 SIAC win over Jasper.

Amber Tretter, Forest Park: The junior totaled 23 points and 14 rebounds in a win at Mount Vernon.

Matthew Wagner, Bosse: The senior led the Bulldogs with 26 points in a 91-58 victory over Gibson Southern.

Wyatt Willman, North Posey: The senior had three pins in a total of only 1 minute and 40 seconds to win the PAC title at 220 pounds.

This story will be updated.

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