All-State boys basketball: Small West's 3-point show leads to win

Sharpshooters Trevyn Woolbright of Sterling, Jake Regier of Forgan help Small West finish with 15 total treys.
BY SCOTT WRIGHT, Staff Writer, swright@opubco.com Published: August 1, 2013
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photo - Small East's Jeylyn Sharpe (center) of Ketchum is wrapped up by the West's Seth Overstreet (right) of Laverne, as the West's Tony Aska (left) of Coyle, looks on, during the Boys All-State basketball game, at the Mabee Center, on Thursday, Aug. 1, 2013. CORY YOUNG/Tulsa World ORG XMIT: DTI1308012041190954
Small East's Jeylyn Sharpe (center) of Ketchum is wrapped up by the West's Seth Overstreet (right) of Laverne, as the West's Tony Aska (left) of Coyle, looks on, during the Boys All-State basketball game, at the Mabee Center, on Thursday, Aug. 1, 2013. CORY YOUNG/Tulsa World ORG XMIT: DTI1308012041190954

SMALL WEST'S 3-POINT SHOW LEADS TO WIN

Jake Regier made his 300-mile journey worth it.

After traveling from Forgan, in the northern portion of the panhandle, to Tulsa for the week, Regier scored a game-high 17 points to lead the Small West to a 100-82 win over the Small East in the All-State boys basketball game Thursday night at Oral Roberts University's Mabee Center.

Regier made three 3-pointers, and the West made 15 treys in all, with Sterling's Trevyn Woolbright hitting four to account for all 12 of his points.

Velma-Alma's Dallen Mercer and Plainview's Deric Shelton each had multiple 3-pointers, while 6-foot-11 Crescent standout John Moon did the dirty work inside to finish with 11 points.

The Small East was led by Jeremiah Winney of Weleetka and Jeylyn Sharpe of Ketchum with 12 points each.

NEAL, ERVIN POWER LARGE WEST

Midwest City's Cornell Neal and Edmond North's Carble Ervin both did something for the Large West squad that you don't regularly see at all-star games — they played defense.

Active on both ends of the floor, Neal and Ervin combined for 31 points to lead the Large West to an 89-85 win.



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