Adding to what has already been an impressive season for Connecticut power Windsor High, the Warriors' star sophomore forward Jared Wilson-Frame has been named the East Region Player of the Week today by ESPNHS, following an explosive performances over Hartford power Northwest Catholic. Wilson-Frame went off for 45 points -- including nine 3-pointers -- in the win.
Windsor's two games against Massachusetts opponents were wins -- a 98-68 thrashing of New Bedford at the BABC Holiday Classic in December, followed by a 61-55 win over Springfield Central (ESPN Boston's No. 1 team in the state) at the Hoophall Classic in January. In both of those contests, Wilson-Frame was a major contributor.
ESPNHS breaks down their selection of the 6-foot-3 Wilson-Frame on the Basketball Blog:
Jared Wilson-Frame, Windsor (Windsor, Conn.)
The 6-foot-3 sophomore wing exploded for a personal-best 45 points as the Warriors defeated Northwest Catholic (West Hartford, Conn.) 74-65 in the semifinals of the Central Connecticut Conference Tournament. Wilson-Frame, a touted junior high football-basketball player before he stepped onto the Windsor campus, converted nine 3-point field goals in the game. An All-CCC honoree, he followed up with 23 points in the 105-72 tournament final win over Manchester (Conn.). The Warriors take a 23-1 record into the state tournament starting this week.