Turner tabbed as T-Wolves' MVP
Norman North’s girls basketball team’s run to the Class 6A state tournament was possible because of how many players were able to carry the team at different times.
Senior point guard Madison Marquardt, juniors Mariah Turner and Hayley Scott, as well as the post duo of Andee Wayne and Payge Wilson, all played huge roles in leading North to the state tourney for the first time since 2002. But at the T-Wolves’ postseason banquet, it was Turner who was honored as the team MVP.
Turner broke school records for single-season rebounds and single-game rebounds (18), records formerly held by her sister Chelsea Turner. She averaged 13.5 points and 10.0 rebounds this past season. The 6-1 center, who is being recruited by numerous Division-I schools, is the daughter of former OU football player Richard Turner and former OU women’s basketball player Teresa Ray.
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