The Oklahoman


- —Hallie Hart and James D. Jackson, Staff writers

Here's a look at The Oklahoman's selections for the 2023 Class A and B All-Tournament teams from the state basketball tournament­s last week.

Class A boys

MVP: DJ Dill, Jr., Caddo

Dill's efficiency on offense was a huge reason Caddo won its first boys basketball state title. The junior guard scored more than 20 points in each of his three games at State Fair Arena, and he capped his outstandin­g tournament performanc­e with two dunks in the finals.

Player, Year, School, PPG

DJ Dill, Jr., Caddo, 27.0 Carson Culbreath, Jr., Caddo, 9.3 Diezel Davis, So., Okay, 14.3 Hudson Hamar, Jr., Seiling, 15.5 Ashton Walters, Jr., Okay, 9.3

Class A girls

MVP: Braci Nyberg, Jr., Seiling Nyberg didn't slow down throughout the tournament, scoring in double figures in each game. Her sharpshoot­ing from behind the arc helped lead Seiling win its second consecutiv­e Class A state championsh­ip and sixth since 2016. She averaged 19.3 points en route to the title. Player, Year, School, PPG

Braci Nyberg, Jr., Seiling, 19.3 Kenly Gore, Jr., Seiling, 17.3 Jaycie Nichols, So., Caddo, 10.3 Emily Robinson, Sr., Caddo, 26.7 Emma Stover, Sr., Okarche, 16.0

Class B boys

MVP: Kray Rogers, Jr., Fort CobbBroxto­n

Rogers led Fort Cobb-Broxton with 13.7 points per game, and that wasn't the only way he made a major difference. In the state finals, he poured in 11 rebounds and seven assists as the Mustangs won their first title since 2018.

Player, Year, School, PPG

Kray Rogers, Jr., Fort Cobb-Broxton, 13.7

Hunter Arnold, Jr., Calumet, 8.7 Dalton Belcher, Jr., Calumet, 15.0 Simeon Collins, Sr., Fort Cobb-Broxton, 10.3

Tre' Speer, Sr., Glencoe, 17.0

Class B girls

MVP: Henley West, So., Hammon West proved she was too much for her opponents. The 6-foot-4 forward towered over every matchup thrown at her and she continued to dominate in the painted area. West averaged a double-double to help lead Hammon to a Class B state championsh­ip. It's the third girls basketball title in school history and first since 2018.

Player, Year, School, PPG

Henley West, So., Hammon, 19.0 Maylee Chaney, Sr., Hammon 10.0 Akiera Hawk, Jr., Pittsburg 14.5 Darcy Roberts, Sr., Lomega, 17.6 Abby Swart, Jr., Lomega, 22.3

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