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Trey Alexander, Aaliyah Moore highlight Oklahoma's nominees for 2021 McDonald's All-American game

Heritage Hall's Trey Alexander and Moore's Aaliyah Moore highlight Oklahoma's selected nominees for the 2021 McDonald's All-American game.

Nominees were announced Thursday, and numerous Oklahomans appear on the list. There are six boys and 12 girls nominated for the annual McDonald's All-American game.

There will be no game in 2021 because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but there will be a virtual ceremony for all of those who are selected with details to be announced later. The selections for the McDonald's All-American team will be announced later this month. 

The Woodward boys and Deer Creek girls had three nominees each. Here's a look at the nominees:

Boys

Trey Alexander, Heritage Hall; Max Cheap, Woodward, Rylan Cope, Woodward; Danquez Dawsey, Lawton MacArthur; Kaden Kornele, Woodward; Camari Smiley, Classen SAS

Girls

Madison Clark, Deer Creek; Emrie Ellis, Vanoss; Chantae Embry, Norman; Kendra Gillipsie, Harding Charter Prep; Trinity Gooden, Choctaw; Jenna Marshall, Deer Creek; Aaliyah Moore, Moore; Ashlyn Sage, Weatherford; Angel Scott, Deer Creek; Jade Upshaw, Kellyville; Jaydynn Walden, Arkoma; Kelbie Washington, Norman

Reporter Cameron Jourdan covers high school sports across the Oklahoma City metro and state. Have a story idea for Cameron? He can be reached at cjourdan@oklahoman.com or on Twitter at @Cam_Jourdan. Support Cameron’s work and that of other Oklahoman journalists by purchasing a digital subscription today at oklahoman.com/subscribe or by using the link at the top of this page.

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Heritage Hall's Trey Alexander puts up a shot as Crossings Christian's Cooper Gudell and Drew Middendorf, left, defend during a high school basketball game between Heritage Hall and Crossings Christian in Oklahoma City, Friday, Feb. 12, 2021. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]

Heritage Hall's Trey Alexander puts up a shot as Crossings Christian's Cooper Gudell and Drew Middendorf, left, defend during a high school basketball game between Heritage Hall and Crossings Christian in Oklahoma City, Friday, Feb. 12, 2021. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]

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Cameron Jourdan

Cameron Jourdan joined The Oklahoman in March 2019 to cover high school sports. He graduated from Oklahoma State University in May 2018. He had an internship with The Oklahoman and Stillwater News Press. During his time at OSU, Cameron served in a... Read more ›

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