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THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 2017

9B

WEWOKA

 

No.

Player

Ht.

Cl.

Pts.

 

10

Darien Roberts

6-0

Jr.

19

 

Thursday games at Mustang; Friday and Saturday games at State Fair Arena.

Coach: Vernell Kemp Record: 21-5 Ranking: No. 1

Titles: 5 Appearance: 25th State record: 30-19

1

Austin Hamilton

6-3

Sr.

18

30

Avondre Bruner

6-4

Jr.

10

 

32

Ty Scott

6-2

Sr.

7

 

25

Jordan Leetka

5-8

Jr.

6

 
 

2

P.M. THURSDAY

 
   

CHRISTIAN HERITAGE

No.

Player

Ht.

Cl.

Pts.

11

Joe Cortesio

6-7

Sr.

13

Coach: Heath Kufahl Record: 17-12 Ranking: No. 14

Titles: None Appearance: 2nd State record: 0-1

22

Clay Buchanan

5-11

Sr.

7

2

Caleb Clark

5-11

Sr.

6

20

Zach Hale

6-1

So.

5

 

25

Kyle Ergenbright

6-6

Sr.

3

WRIGHT CITY

No.

Player

Ht.

Cl.

Pts.

9 A.M.

3

Robert Briley

6-3

Jr.

18.4

FRIDAY

Coach: Joel Dick- erson Record: 28-2 Ranking: No. 2

Titles: None Appearance: 13th State record: 6-12

2

Chris Trusty

5-9

Jr.

12.3

30

Dalyn Burrell

6-0

Jr.

8.3

5

Lane Keeling

6-3

Sr.

6.2

 

24

Chazz Nolen

6-0

Sr.

5.9

 

3:30 P.M. THURSDAY

 
 

PRESTON

 

No.

Player

Ht.

Cl.

Pts.

32

Koby Love

6-6

Sr.

18.2

Coach: Dirk Walden Record: 19-10 Ranking: No. 9

Titles: 5 Appearance: 38th State record: 36-32

5

C.J. Cochran

6-0

Jr.

16.4

1

Kameron Mayfield

6-1

Sr.

10.2

2

Cace Love

6-3

So.

6.0

 

11

J. Scot Fife

6-0

Jr.

5.7

TALIHINA

 

No.

Player

Ht.

Cl.

Pts.

23

Kariim Byrd

6-5

Jr.

15.9

5:45 P.M.

Coach: Dan Cald- well Record: 21-5 Ranking: No. 6

Titles: 1 Appearance: 13th State record: 10-11

55

Jacob Sockey

6-8

Sr.

9.1

SATURDAY

15

Colton Wall

5-10

Sr.

12.1

13

Dylan Blair

6-4

Jr.

7.6

 

32

Austin Fenton

6-6

Fr.

3.9

 

7

PM. THURSDAY

 

MERRITT

 

No.

Player

Ht.

Cl.

Pts.

 

44

Luak Tut

6-7

Sr.

16.7

Coach: Donnie Husband Record: 26-1 Ranking: No. 3

Titles: None Appearance: 7th State record: 2-6

22

Tanner Mong

5-11

Sr.

13.1

11

Tyler Fowler

6-2

Jr.

8.0

 

12

Brett Custer

5-11

Sr.

6.1

 

25

Bryce Cobb

5-10

Sr.

3.7

LATTA

No.

Player

Ht.

Cl.

Pts.

 

22

Dustin West

6-2

Sr.

12.9

1:30 P.M.

FRIDAY

Coach: Matt Bryant Record: 25-5 Ranking: No. 5

Titles: 2 Appearance: 11th State record: 10-8

14

Trent Smith

6-4

Jr.

12.7

21

Isaiah Ott

6-4

Sr.

9.8

32

Adam Jordan

6-3

Jr.

9.8

 
 

11

Kele Parnacher

5-9

Sr.

4.8

 

8:30 P.M. THURSDAY

 
 

DALE

 

No.

Player

Ht.

Cl.

Pts.

14

Brett Cunningham

6-4

Jr.

14.1

Coach: Jeff Edmonson Record: 25-4 Ranking: No. 4

Titles: None Appearance: 11th State record: 10-10

3

Cole Seaborn

6-4

Sr.

13.2

10

Aaron Hester

6-2

Sr.

8.6

15

Reid Davenport

6-1

Sr.

7.1

 

22

Gant Hathcock

6-2

Jr.

4.1

DALE

No.

Player

Ht.

Cl.

Pts.

 

Thursday and Friday at Yukon; Saturday at State Fair Arena

21

Hannah Ash

5-9

Sr.

15

Coach: Josh Forsythe Record: 27-2 Ranking: No. 1

Titles: 7 Appearance: 30th State record: 39-22

12

Claire Chastain

6-0

Jr.

9

35

Dani Manning

5-8

Sr.

9

 

4

Taylor Thompson

5-10

Sr.

7

 

3

Mikayla Rutland

5-8

Jr.

6

 

2

P.M. THURSDAY

 
   

MANGUM

 

No.

Player

Ht.

Cl.

Pts.

5

Sarah Rogers

5-9

So.

12.0

Coach: Sam Hale Record: 22-7 Ranking: Unranked

Titles: 4 Appearance: 10th State record: 13-5

22

Madi Smith

5-6

Sr.

10.9

11

Loclynn Lively

5-10

Sr.

7.8

15

Kyli Ellison

5-8

Jr.

5.7

 

3

Dustie Pence

5-4

So.

4.2

TUSHKA

 

No.

Player

Ht.

Cl.

Pts.

6:30 P.M.

11

Jaylee Eaves

5-9

Sr.

20

FRIDAY

Coach: Lori Ford Record: 27-3 Ranking: No. 11

Titles: 4 Appearance: 19th State record: 23-14

22

Ryann Cochran

5-7

Jr.

15

1

Alissa Kindred

5-2

So.

8

34

Grace Wall

5-10

Jr.

8

 

4

Lauren Hauff

5-7

Sr.

4

 

3:30 P.M. THURSDAY

 
 

FAIRVIEW

 

No.

Player

Ht.

Cl.

Pts.

23

Tanara Combs

5-9

Sr.

14.6

Coach: Mike Barton Record: 23-4 Ranking: No. 5

Titles: 4 Appearance: 16th State record: 19-11

30

Maddie Mason

5-9

So.

10.5

24

Maggie Martens

5-9

Sr.

7.6

20

Bristin Grove

5-4

So.

5.6

 

21

Baylee Sharp

5-5

Sr.

1.8

CASHION

 

No.

Player

Ht.

Cl.

Pts.

5:45 P.M.

21

Presley Payahsape

5-10

Jr.

17

SATURDAY

Coach: Ronnie Maple Record: 24-3 Ranking: No. 3

Titles: 1 Appearance: 10th State record: 11-8

24

Addison Meeker

5-8

Sr.

14

22

Haley Pickle

5-6

Jr.

9

23

Brenna Jenkins

5-6

Sr.

8

 

00

Rylee Broadbent

5-11

Sr.

5

 

7

P.M. THURSDAY

 
   

PRESTON

 

No.

Player

Ht.

Cl.

Pts.

33

Ki-Essence Shields

6-0

Sr.

21.6

Coach: Jeff Weedn Record: 25-7 Ranking: No. 4

Titles: 7 Appearance: 30th State record: 36-22

32

Aiyonna Tecumseh

5-7

So.

10.1

11

Euniece Leach

5-7

Fr.

7.4

15

Samantha Hack

5-7

Jr.

4.9

 

22

Marian Lewis

6-0

Jr.

4.2

CHRISTIAN HERITAGE

No.

Player

Ht.

Cl.

Pts.

8 P.M.

10

Olivia Curtis

5-10

So.

16.2

FRIDAY

Coach: Lisa

Titles: 0 Appearance: 2nd State record: 0-1

11

Rylee Langerman

5-7

Fr.

9.5

LittleJim

13

Lexie Davis

5-6

Fr.

9.5

Record: 24-5

14

Myka Parrish

5-6

Fr.

6.2

Ranking: Unranked

20

Mary Kathryn Nuthman 5-9

Jr.

6.3

 

8:30 P.M. THURSDAY

 
 

HOWE

 

No.

Player

Ht.

Cl.

Pts.

11

Jalei Oglesby

5-7

So.

19.9

Coach: Chris Brown Record: 27-2 Ranking: No. 2

Titles: 4 Appearance: 20th State record: 18-15

12

Braden Dorsey

5-9

Sr.

9.8

35

Morgan Hillebrand

5-9

Sr.

7.5

23

Taya Kellogg

5-6

Sr.

4.1

 

3

Lauren Ford

5-5

Sr.

3.9

YOUR 5-MINUTE GUIDE TO THE

CLASS

2A

TOURNAMENT

BOYS

The Oklahoman’s championship picks

Scott Wright: Merritt. After start- ing 25-0, the Oilers suffered their first loss last week, the perfect time for an eye-opener. Coach Donnie Husband’s state tournament experi- ence will provide stability. Jacob Unruh: Dale. In a wide- open bracket, Dale isn’t a flashy team by any means, but it’s consistent. It also has some strong momentum with 10 straight wins. That can be enough to get things done.

Three players to watch

Robert Briley, Jr., Wright City:

The LumberJax come in as one of the top threats to two-time defend- ing champ Wewoka and Briley leads the way with 18.4 points and 11.2 rebounds per game. Brett Cunningham, Jr., Dale: The 6-foot-4 junior leads Dale’s guard- heavy lineup with 14.1 points and 7.4 rebounds per game. Luak Tut, Sr., Merritt: One of the tournament’s most dangerous big men, the 6-foot-7 Tut is a dou- ble-double machine, averaging 16.7 points and 10.0 rebounds.

Wewoka three-peat?

Just like the year before, Wewoka graduated a couple of key players off the 2016 state title team. Can Vernell Kemp’s squad do it again, and add a third straight gold ball to the trophy case? Players like Darien Roberts, Aus- tin Hamilton and Avondre Bruner gained a wealth of experience last season and kept Wewoka atop the Class 2A rankings this year.

GIRLS

The Oklahoman’s championship picks

Scott Wright: Dale. The Pirates suffered a couple of tough losses in late January, but those were the only blemishes on an otherwise impressive season against several top teams. Jacob Unruh: Dale. After fall- ing short the past few years, the Pirates are ready to get over the hump and bring home a gold ball with their lineup that has led the way to a lot of big wins.

with their lineup that has led the way to a lot of big wins. Players to

Players to watch

Hannah Ash, Sr., Dale: The lead- ing scorer for Dale’s talent-heavy team, the 5-foot-9 Ash averages 15.2 points. She’s the lone player to average double figures for the Pirates. Presley Payahsape, Jr., Cashion:

A talented scorer an defender, Payahsape averages 17 points and seven rebounds a season after she made a name for herself in the state tournament. Ki-Essence Shields, Sr., Preston:

After missing last season with a knee injury the Arkansas-Little Rock signee is back ready to prove she can still dominate the state tourna- ment like she did at times her first two seasons.

Cashion aiming for gold

Last year’s heartbreak was only Cashion’s motivation this season. After a state runner-up finish, the Wildcats have returned and appear to possibly be even stronger enter- ing the tournament with 15 straight wins and no losses to Class 2A foes. They’ve leaned heavily on Pres- ley Payahsape, who was on The Oklahoman’s Little All-City team as a sophomore. Senior Addison Meeker has also been a big boost with 14 points and 5.5 rebounds per game. Cashion opens with perennial contender Preston 7 p.m. Thursday at Yukon High School.

JACOB UNRUH AND SCOTT WRIGHT, STAFF WRITERS

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