Davidson had 27 points in two wins for the Flashes.
He received 1,425 (51 percent) of the votes.
Jackson posted 20 points, 11 rebounds and five assists in a 62-47 win over Bellevue.
She earned 672 (48 percent) of the votes.
The other two nominations for boys’ basketball were Norwalk’s Trey Hallock, who picked up 1,273 votes (46 percent) and Clyde’s Paul Cullen with 74 votes (three percent).
The other two nominations for girls’ basketball were South Central’s Alli Hintz with 391 votes (28 percent) and Bellevue’s Carly Santoro 348 votes (25 percent).
In an effort to keep our voting contests fair, the Player of the Week contest will be limited to 10 votes per day per sport per cell phone. Don't forget to vote daily for your favorite athletes!
Check the Register and Reflector on Monday to see the nominees for Week 3.