The Oklahoman

Class 4A boys


Most Valuable Player:


McMorris led Douglass with 20 points and 14 rebounds in the state finals against Weatherfor­d as the Trojans won their first state title since 2017. The senior also fueled the second-half run that allowed Douglass to defeat defending champion Kingfisher in the semifinals.

Player, Year, School, PPG

Terry McMorris, Sr., Douglass, 15.3 Landry Ballard Jr., So., Douglass, 11.0 Tate Sage, So., Weatherfor­d, 14.0 CJ Nickson, So., Weatherfor­d, 17.3 Xavier Ridenour, Sr., Kingfisher, 18.0

Class 4A girls

Terry McMorris,

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The sophomore OU commit led Bethany to, not only its first state tournament appearance, but also the first state championsh­ip. Lofton turned in 16.0 points in the three games to win it all.

Player, Year, School, PPG

Keziah Lofton, So., Bethany, 16.0 Zya Vann, Jr., Bethany, 15.7 Audrey Hopkins, So., Tulsa Lincoln Christian, 15.0

Maddi Stewart, Fr., Tulsa Lincoln Christian, 14.0

Landry Allen, Sr., Tuttle, 20.5

Class 3A boys

Keziah Lofton,

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A Northwest Classen transfer, Fisher played a big role for the Falcons as they went on to claim their 17th boys basketball title, passing Tulsa Booker T. Washington for the most in state history. Fisher led Millwood with 17 points in the championsh­ip game — a 56-53 win over Tulsa Metro Christian — to cap an impressive showing at the state tournament.

Player, Year, School, PPG

Zyhir Fisher, So., Millwood, 15.3 Jaden Nickens, So., Millwood, 15.3 Mario Darrington, Sr., Tulsa Metro Christian, 15.0

Wyatt Powell, Jr., Tulsa Metro Christian, 14.3

Daevion Hill, Sr., Crooked Oak, 18.5

Class 3A girls

Zyhir Fisher,

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The McNeese State signee made a big impact in leading Jones to its third consecutiv­e title, including a 28-point game in the semifinals. Berry aver

Boston Berry,

Bethany’s Keziah Lofton (32) tries to get past Lincoln Christian’s Kayli Atkinson (23) in the state title game Saturday. BRYAN TERRY/THE OKLAHOMAN

aged 16.3 points per game throughout the tournament to help Jones become “legends”. Only nine other girls basketball teams in state history have three-peated.

Player, Year, School, PPG

Boston Berry, Sr., Jones, 16.3 Jaelen Maples, Sr., Jones, 11.3 Kelby Beller, Fr., Washington, 13.0 Rielyn Scheffe, So., Washington, 14.7 Hannah Coons, Jr., Kiefer, 27.0

Class 2A boys

Most Valuable Player:

sythe, Dale

The standout junior guard recorded 29 points, eight rebounds and six assists in Dale’s championsh­ip game against Oklahoma Christian Academy, securing the Pirates’ second straight state title. He averaged 16.7 points per game despite not playing for all four quarters in a lopsided quarterfin­al matchup.

Player, Year, School, PPG

Dayton Forsythe, Jr., Dale, 16.7 Deken Jones, Jr., Dale, 10.0 Trayden Chambers, So., Dale, 9.3 Ca’Ron Banks, Sr., Oklahoma Christian Academy, 12.7

Carson Thomas, Sr., Oklahoma Christian Academy, 20.3

Class 2A girls

Dayton For

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Rutland turned in 13.7 points per game to help Dale win its eighth overall girls basketball state championsh­ip. Rutland was a playmaker and scorer for the Pirates as they coasted to a championsh­ip.

Player, Year, School, PPG

Brook Rutland, Sr., Dale, 13.7 Makenzy Herman, Sr., Dale, 12.3 Gracie Lute, Sr., Howe, 10.3

Abby Huie, Sr., Howe, 10.0

Abbie Savage, Sr., Amber-Pocasset, 18.0

Brook Rutland,

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