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High school girls basketball: OCA announces All-State girls basketball rosters

The Oklahoma Coaches Association announced Wednesday the rosters for its annual All-State girls basketball games that will be played later this summer. 

Lea Mouss, the OCA Administrative Assistant noted the rosters were released a day early. Mouss stated in an email, “The committees finished a little earlier than expected so we were able to release it today.”

The games are set for Wednesday, July 29, at Oral Roberts University’s Mabee Center beginning with the small-school game at 7 p.m.

Large West will be coached by Piedmont’s Eric Carr and Altus’ Stacie Terbush. Large East will be coached by McAlester’s Jarrod Owen and Glenpool’s Bobby Belveal. Small West will be coached by Alva’s Dusty Horn and Fletcher’s Kyle Williams. Vanoss’ Jon Hurt and Okemah’s Will Seymour will coach Small East.

Here are the rosters:  

Large West

Skylar Vann, Deer Creek; Graycen Holden, Edmond North; Brayanna Polk, Del City; Tyeshia Anderson, Piedmont; Averi Zinn, Anadarko; Korie Allensworth, Sulphur; Katie King, Harrah; Ashanti Day, Moore; Jessika Evans, Norman North; Katelyn Levings, Edmond Memorial

Large East

Taylen Collins, Muldrow; Ruthie Udoumoh, Victory Christian; Hailey Grant, Claremore; Madi Wheat, Coweta; Wyvette Mayberry, Tulsa Booker T. Washington; Jayla Burgess, Tulsa Union; Lizzie Shephard, Vinita; Baylee Fincher, Ponca City; Chloe Martin, Bartlesville; Ray Osborn, Sapulpa

Small West 

Rylee Langerman, Christian Heritage; Raychel Stanfield, Luther; Haley Schreck, Canute; Calebi Cusher, Duke; Payton Jones, Alva; Caley Young, Jones; Brooklyn Bain, Comanche; Jordan Bloomfield, Fletcher; Rachel McDowell, Okarche; Kirstyn Strain, Canute

Small East

Lexy Keys, Sequoyah Tahlequah; Holli Lindley, Hartshorne; Tafv Harjo, Strother; Makenna Murdock, McCurtain; Autumn Hines, Grace Johnson Adair; Sydnie Womack, Howe; Chloe Brinlee, Latta; Cierra Axton, Battiest; Jaclyn Shaffer, Kinta






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Deer Creek's Brenna Burk (44), second from right, grabs a rebound between Cornerstone Christian's Lola Latham (3), left, and Tiffany Tullis (31), right, and Deer Creek's Skylar Vann (24) during a girls high school basketball game between  Cornerstone Christian and Deer Creek in the Bruce Gray Invitational at Deer Creek High School, Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020. [Nate Billings/The Oklahoman]

Deer Creek's Brenna Burk (44), second from right, grabs a rebound between Cornerstone Christian's Lola Latham (3), left, and Tiffany Tullis (31), right, and Deer Creek's Skylar Vann (24) during a girls high school basketball game between Cornerstone Christian and Deer Creek in the Bruce Gray...

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James Jackson

James D. Jackson joined The Oklahoman in January 2020 to cover high school sports. He a University of Central Oklahoma graduate. During his time at UCO, James served as a sports reporter and Editor-in-Chief of the student newspaper, The Vista.... Read more ›

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