Oklahoma signee Gioya Carter of Carl Albert and Oklahoma State signee Lakota Beatty of Anadarko lead the Oklahoma Girls Basketball Coaches Association's All-State teams that were recently announced.
Carter will play for the Large East in the games, scheduled for June 1 at Westmoore High School.
She'll be joined by a group that includes Deer Creek's Ashley Gibson, who helped the Antlers to the 5A title, Del City's Dionna Collins, Piedmont's Sarah Parker, Southmoore's Kayla Tucker and others.
The Large East roster includes a pair of players from Tulsa Washington's 6A title team as well as Shawnee's Micaela Yu.
Beatty is on the Middle West team that also features Bethany's Grace Hadley, Millwood's Teanna Reid, Lexington's Hannah Holasek among others.
They'll be going against a Middle East team that features a pair of Perkins-Tryon players — Jordan Gorham and McKenzie Stanford.
The Small West roster is led by Northeast's T'ona Edwards, while Dale's Breck Clark is on the Small East team.
CLINIC FOR GIRLS COACHES SET IN YUKON
The first Equally Fit Central Oklahoma Girls Coaches Clinic is scheduled for April 6 at Yukon High School.
It is a one-day clinic that is designed to enhance the knowledge, training and professional growth of coaches who work with female athletes from the youth to high school levels.
Multiple speakers will address topics on basketball, softball, volleyball, and track, as well as strength and conditioning, and athletic training.
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