Power Players, February 14, 2008
Chris Maxson, Salem, MA : Scored 41 points and had seven 3-pointers in the Witches' 94-67 triumph over Revere.
Mike Carter-Williams, Hamilton-Wenham : The Generals' outstanding freshman poured in 37 points in the team's 82-71 win over Lynnfield.
Allen Williamson, Pingree : The junior forward tossed in 34 points in the Highlanders 81-77 loss to Lexington Christian
Kevin Van Lenten, Masconomet : Collected 26 points in the Chieftains 75-67 loss to Wilmington.
Mike Clifford, Bishop Fenwick : The Crusaders junior center finished with 26 points and 14 rebounds in a 75-35 win over Cardinal Spellman.
Ryan Squires, Swampscott : Sharpshooting guard had a total of 40 points in wins over Saugus and Gloucester.
Ryan O'Connell, St. John's Prep : Scored 44 points in last two games, giving him 1,239 points, and needs just 4 more to become the school's all-time leader.
Derrick Beasley, Andover : Senior has scored 11.2 points a game over the last six for the Warriors, including 14 in Dave Fazio's 300th career win as Andover's coach.
Walson Constant, Central Catholic : Came off the bench and buried five 3-pointers as Warriors rallied from 17-point deficit to win at Bishop Hendricken in Rhode Island.
Joe Esposito, Georgetown : The junior scored a season-high 13 points as the Royals locked up a state tourney berth with a 66-46 win over Rockport.
Leandro Valdez, Greater Lawrence Tech : The junior tossed in a team-high 16 points for the Reggies in a 58-51 state tourney-clincher over Chelsea.
Jason Pimental, Lawrence : Tossed in career-high 18 points for the Lancers in a near-upset of Andover.
Romeo Diaz, Methuen : Had an amazing 51 points in the Rangers 98-96, triple overtime win over Dracut.
Justin Hojlo, Pelham : The junior rolled over the 1,000-point plateau with 25 points in a win over Bow, his ninth 20-plus point game of the season.
Taylor Cahill, Pentucket : The senior equalled his career high with 13 points in the Sachems' win over River Rival Amesbury.
Mike Kimball, Salem, NH : The junior has averaged 18 points a game over the last five, helping the Blue Devils remain perfect in Class L play.
Erik Hatton, Timberlane : Scored a career-high 18 points as the Owls upset Nashua South in a key matchup to keep Timberlane's playoff hopes alive.