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Weber's Hudson Schenck (3) shoots a free throw late in the second half as the Warriors battle Kearns during the UHSAA 6A Boys State Basketball Tournament on Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018, at Dee Events Center in Ogden. Weber defeated Kearns, 60-52.

Hudson Schenck

School: Weber

Year: Senior

Position: Guard

Nickname: "Kid Hudi"

Favorite food: Mashed potatoes and turkey fried steak

Favorite TV show: "The Office"

Favorite movie: "Sing"

Favorite band/singer: Jason Derulo and Jon Bellion

Favorite class/subject: Cinema

Favorite athlete: Russell Westbrook

Favorite hobby: Doing anything with my family

Favorite board game/card game: Uno

Favorite website/app/video game: "Rodeo Stampede"

If you could win a lifetime supply of anything other than money: Shoes

Most exciting sports moment you've ever been a part of: Beating Fremont for the region football title in back-to-back years

Plans after high school: Play college football

Performance review: Totaled 42 points, 13 assists, eight rebounds, seven steals and a 14 of 19 mark from the free throw line in two wins against Salem Hills and Box Elder last week

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