PLAYER OF THE YEAR
T'ONA EDWARDS, NORTHEAST
The story: Edwards, the point guard, averaged 16.7 points and 7.0 rebounds in leading the Vikings to the 2A state title. She also averaged more than six assists and three rebounds. A tenacious defender, Edwards recently committed to Oklahoma.
KAELY BOND, MOUNT ST. MARY
The story: The three-year starter was the leading scorer on a team that turned in the best record in the school's history, going 25-6 and making the 4A championship game. Bond averaged 14.8 points and 5.1 rebounds.
BRECK CLARK, DALE
The story: Clark averaged 20 points, eight rebounds and three steals in helping the Lady Pirates to the Class 2A state tournament. Over her career, Clark helped Dale to a 105-16 record that included one state title. Dale coach Josh Forsythe calls Clark's work ethic “unbelievable.”
JORDAN GORHAM, PERKINS-TRYON
The story: Gorham helped Perkins-Tryon to a 28-1 record, averaging 16.2 points and 10.5 rebounds. The Oklahoma Christian signee also had nearly two blocks per game. Gorham made the OGBCA All-State team as well as the all-tournament team at the state tournament.
MORGAN VOGT, OKARCHE
The story: Vogt led the Lady Warriors to the Class A title, averaging 20.9 points and 6.8 rebounds. She was sensational in the state tournament, earning MVP honors from The Oklahoman, averaging 21.3 points during the tournament. A starter since she was a freshman, Vogt also averaged 2.4 assists and 2.9 rebounds.
LONDARYL PERRY, NORTHEAST
The story: Northeast seemed like the logical choice to win the Class 2A title at the start of the year after returning most of its players from the runner-up finish a year ago. But the Vikings battled adversity early before turning things around to finish off a 30-0 season. Along the way, Northeast beat 6A runner-up Bixby, 6A state qualifier Southmoore, 5A state qualifier Del City and 3A state qualifier Millwood.