The list of honors just keeps growing for Douglass point guard Stephen Clark.
After averaging 36 points and 12 assists in leading the Trojans to their fourth consecutive state title during his career, Clark has been named The Oklahoman's Little All-City Boys Basketball Player of the Year.
It was his third time to win the honor, also claiming it in 2010 and 2012. Last season, he was The Oklahoman's Super 5 Player of the Year, and he has been named the state's Gatorade Player of the Year the last two seasons.
This year, Clark became the eighth player in state history to surpass the 3,000-point mark, finishing with 3,312 points to put him fifth all-time in Oklahoma high school career scoring.
In The Oklahoman's online fan poll, Oklahoma City Storm guard Chauncey Collins edged Clark in the voting as the fans' choice for Little All-City Player of the Year.
Collins had 151 votes, while Clark had 94 and Millwood's Ashford Golden had 92. Harrah's Collin Jennings had 15 and Tony Aska of Coyle had 11 votes.