The Oklahoman

Class 6A boys


Most Valuable Player:

Edmond North

Warlick showcased his scoring and rebounding skills in all three of his state tournament games as the Huskies claimed their second consecutiv­e state title. In the finals against Broken Arrow, he added 16 points and 11 rebounds.

Player, Year, School, PPG

Dylan Warlick, Jr., Edmond North, 17.7 ppg

T.O. Barrett, Jr., Edmond North, 12.3 Connor Dow, Sr., Broken Arrow, 15.7 Justice Sutton, Sr., Broken Arrow, 14.3 Ja’Mon Valentine, Jr., Choctaw, 16.0

Class 6A girls

Dylan Warlick,

Most Valuable Player:

Edmond North

Papahronis ended her high school career in an outstandin­g way with 30 points and 12 rebounds, powering Edmond North’s comeback in the state finals against Norman. The San Francisco signee helped the Huskies win back-to-back championsh­ips. Player, Year, School, PPG

Elle Papahronis, Sr., Edmond North, 17.7

Laci Steele, Sr., Edmond North, 21.3 Keeley Parks, So., Norman, 16.3 Nessa Begay, Sr., Norman, 14.0 Addy Johnson, Jr., Edmond Memorial, 14.5

Class 5A boys

Elle Papahronis,

Most Valuable Player: son, Del City

Garrison averaged 14.3 points per game, and his impact went far beyond scoring as he led the Eagles defensivel­y. The Oklahoma State signee had 17 points, 16 rebounds and four blocks in Del City’s championsh­ip victory against Carl Albert.

Brandon Garri

Del City’s Brandon Garrison (10) takes a free throw during the boys championsh­ip game against Carl Albert. NATHAN J. FISH/THE OKLAHOMAN

Brandon Garrison, Sr., Del City, 14.3 Percy Green, Sr., Del City, 7.7 Quincy Hopkins, Jr., Carl Albert, 11.0 Jordan England, Sr., Carl Albert, 11.0 Seth Pratt, Sr., Tulsa Memorial, 18.0

Class 5A girls

Most Valuable Player:


Heard ended her dominant high school career with a state tournament to remember as she led the Chieftains to their fifth title. The Oklahoma State signee saved her best performanc­e for the championsh­ip game as she scored 41 points and hit a game-winning shot with less than five seconds remaining to lift Sapulpa to a 75-74 win over Tulsa Holland Hall.

Player, Year, School, PPG

Stailee Heard, Sr., Sapulpa, 25.7 Tyla Heard, Jr., Sapulpa, 14.3

Elise Hill, Sr., Tulsa Holland Hall, 27.0 Sophia Regalado, Sr., Tulsa Holland Hall, 18.0

Ariana Diaz, Sr., Carl Albert, 13.5

Stailee Heard,

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