The top performers from Wednesday's Girls Basketball District Semifinal Action
8. Allyssa Copely -- Holly
Copely put together a solid double-double of 19 points and 10 rebounds on in Wednesday's semifinal as she helped keep Holly stay within striking range in a loss to Fenton.
7. Dominique Zigo -- Lakeland
Zigo put together a dominant second half of basketball as the Lakeland junior scored 14 of Lakeland's 15 fourth quarter points and scored a game-high 24 points in a loss to Walled Lake Western.
6. Becky VanSloten -- Auburn Hills Oakland Christian
VanSloten was nearly unstoppable on Wednesday night as she recorded a double-double of 21 points and 10 rebounds as she led Oakland Christian past Bloomfield Hills Sacred Heart and into the district finals.
5. Lauren Hung -- Waterford Mott
After leading the Corsairs past Waterford Kettering on Monday, Hung helped lead Mott to a much easier win over Troy Athens on Wednesday. Hung scored 21 points on 10 field goals to lead the Corsairs into a district final game against Auburn Hills Avondale.
4. Marissa Cotton -- Farmington Hills Harrison
Cotton was at it again on Wednesday night as she matched her 19 point effort on Monday with 19 more points to help lead Harrison past Walled Lake Northern and into a district finals matchup against Walled Lake Western.
3. Jayla Nichols -- Walled Lake Western
Nichols was a force on both sides of the basketball on Wednesday night as the Western sophomore poured in 20 points, while grabbing seven rebounds and coming away with five steals as she helped lead the Warriors past Lakeland and into the district finals.
2. Kristen Massey -- Novi Franklin Road Christian
Massey was as close to unstoppable as it gets on Wednesday night as the Franklin Road junior poured in an impressive 37 points to lead the Warriors past Wixom St. Catherine. Even more impressive was that Massey buried 21 of her 27 free throw attemtpts to send Franklin Road into a district final game against Plymouth Christian.
1. Sami Stormont -- Royal Oak
Stormont picked up where she left off on Monday night as she put together another 28 point performance to go along with eight rebounds and six steals to lead Royal Oak into a district finals showdown against Southfield-Lathrup.