MVP: J.C. Hartzler, Tulsa Union
Union's attack was balanced, but Hartzler came up with big plays in each game as the Redskins capped an undefeated season.
Yuri Hager, Tulsa Union, 10.7
J.C. Hartzler, Tulsa Union, 12.3
Ehron Ponds, Tulsa Edison, 17.0
James Woodard, Edmond Memorial, 11.7
Jordan Woodard, Edmond Memorial, 12.0
MVP: Matt Christiansen, McGuinness
In the semifinals and finals, especially, Christiansen shut down the interior defensively and had two near triple-doubles in helping the Irish take the title.
Matt Christiansen, McGuinness, 12.0
Joe Edmonds, McGuinness 15.0
Kaleb Porter, Tulsa East Central, 25.0
Matt Ross, McGuinness, 10.3
Darrain Winston, Carl Albert, 14.0
MVP: Stephen Clark, Douglass
Is there anything this kid didn't do? Clark had basketball fans across the state buzzing with his back-to-back 40-point games in the semifinals and finals, leading Douglass to its third consecutive 4A title.
Stephen Clark, Douglass, 33.0
Randy Martinez, Anadarko, 16.3
Tyler Melton, Anadarko, 15.3
DeAngelo Smith, Douglass, 10.0
Seth Youngblood, Roland, 21.0
MVP: Trevon Threat, Centennial, 12.7
The junior guard didn't have a lot of flashy play, but he contributed in a variety of ways, exemplified by his stat line from the state championship game: nine points, six rebounds, three steals and two blocked shots.
Austin Garner, Centennial, 9.7
Wayne Jackson, Millwood, 20.0
Damion Parker, Victory Christian, 10.3
L.J. Ross, Victory Christian, 9.7
Trevon Threat, Centennial, 12.7
MVP: Austen Harris, Northeast
Balance was key for Northeast throughout, but Harris led the team in scoring twice, and in the title game, he made two big 3-pointers in the first half, while averaging better than 15 points per game for the tournament.
C.J. Jones, Northeast, 12.6
Hayden Grimes, Haworth, 11.0
Austen Harris, Northeast, 15.7
Bryce Kippenberger, Hennessey, 24.0
Quinton Threadgill, Haworth, 25.0