Millwood's TaLiyah Gramling tabbed Most Valuable Player of Greater Metro Athletic Conference
Millwood star TaLiyah Gramling earned recognition for her outstanding season.
The junior was named as the Most Valuable Player of the Greater Metro Athletic Conference, announced Monday afternoon along with the All-Conference teams.
Gramling averaged 18.1 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.1 assists in the 2019-20 season to lead Millwood to the Class 3A state tournament.
Millwood’s Cymirah Williams was named the Offensive Player of the Year while Crossings Christian’s Camden Furnish and Millwood’s Alysia Pickett were tabbed Co-Defensive Player of the Year.
Oklahoma Christian School's Hannah Voskuhl was titled Newcomer of the Year.
Millwood’s Dava Albert was named Coach of the Year.
Check out all of the accolades below:
Most Valuable Player: TaLiyah Gramling, Millwood
Offensive Player of the Year: Cymirah Williams, Millwood
Co-Defensive Player of the Year: Camden Furnish, Crossings Christian; Alysia Pickett, Millwood
Newcomer of the Year: Hannah Voskuhl, Oklahoma Christian Schools
Coach of the Year: Dava Albert, Millwood
Macy Moore, Heritage Hall; Nykale Cramer, Millwood; Meg Brady, Oklahoma Christian Schools; Syncere Harrod, Millwood; Jaina Wiggins, Crooked Oak; Ashlyn Darter, Crossings Christian
*Darter and Wiggins tied for 5th in voting.
Claudia Keyser, Crossings Christian; Olivia Keyser, Crossings Christian; Esme Castenada, Crooked Oak; Joycelyn Gunn, Millwood; Kaegan McDuffey, Community Christian
Avery Freeman, Heritage Hall; Jada Wilson, Millwood; Annie Walker, Heritage Hall; Adysen Hoselton, Community Christian; Are’ah Brown, Millwood; Eposi Lambe, Community Christian; Emerson Rowe, Crossings Christian; Kiyana Smith, Millwood; Nevaeh Pollard, Crooked Oak