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OSU signee Stephen Clark of Douglass highlights talent-filled Little All-City basketball games

by Scott Wright Modified: May 26, 2013 at 3:35 pm •  Published: May 26, 2013
Douglass Stephen Clark carries the championship trophy after his 51 point scoring run during the 4a boys championship game where the Douglass high school Trojans defeated the Roland Rangers 82-80 at the State Fair Arena on Saturday, March 9, 2013 in Oklahoma City, Okla.  Photo by Steve Sisney, The Oklahoman
Douglass Stephen Clark carries the championship trophy after his 51 point scoring run during the 4a boys championship game where the Douglass high school Trojans defeated the Roland Rangers 82-80 at the State Fair Arena on Saturday, March 9, 2013 in Oklahoma City, Okla. Photo by Steve Sisney, The Oklahoman

If you’re looking for another chance to see Douglass star Stephen Clark in a high school basketball game, Tuesday night is your chance.

Clark will take part in the Little All-City basketball game at Redlands Community College in El Reno. The night begins with the girls game at 6:30 p.m., and the boys game will follow.

Clark, the Little All-City Boys Player of the Year, will team with fellow Trojan DeAngelo Smith on the East roster to take on the West, which includes 6-foot-11 John Moon of Crescent and Coyle teammates Tony Aska and Eric Harris.

The girls game will include Oklahoma signee T’ona Edwards of Northeast, the Little All-City Girls Player of the Year, on the East squad with teammate Danielle Gaddis and Dale duo Breck Clark and Lexes Satterwhite.

The West will be led by Millwood’s Teanna Reid, along with Bethany teammates Meagan Branscum and Grace Hadley, among others.

There will be free throw and 3-point competitions at halftime of each game, with participants determined by contests at each team’s practices.

Here are the rosters for the games:

West boys: Tony Aska, Coyle; Chris Crook, Millwood; Sam Grellner, Okarche; Eric Harris, Coyle; John Moon, Crescent; Quade Nelson, Blanchard; Grant Newton, Kingfisher; John Schaefer, Okarche; Tanner Stiles, Bethany; Cooper Treadway, Washington.

Co-Coaches: Varryl Franklin, Millwood; Josh Sumrall, Coyle

Free throw participants: Grant Newton, Kingfisher; Tanner Stiles, Bethany

Three-point participants: Chris Crook, Millwood; Grant Newton, Kingfisher

East boys: Evan Anderson, Dale; Aaron Baker, Community Christian; Alan Brewer, Tecumseh; Cody Campbell, Chandler; Stephen Clark, Douglass; Chad Forehand, Lexington; Austin Jennings, Harrah; Garrett Kilborn, Oklahoma Christian; DeAngelo Smith, Douglass; DeShawn Watson, Northeast.

Co-Coaches: Anthony Andrews, Douglass; Bryan Jennings, Harrah

Free throw participants: Aaron Baker, Community Christian; DeShawn Watson, Northeast

Three-point participants: Stephen Clark, Douglass; Austin Jennings, Harrah

West girls: Meagan Branscum, Bethany; Grace Hadley, Bethany; Mariah Haxton, OKC Storm; Shawnta Johnson, Hennessey; Rachel Littlebird, Calumet; Maclayn Massey, Christian Hertiage; Kortney Meat, Kingfisher; Alex Ray, Blanchard; Teanna Reid, Millwood; Meredith Wolfley, OKC Storm.

Co-Coaches: Rory Hamilton, Mount Saint Mary; Cherie Myers, Okarche

Free throw participants: Grace Hadley, Bethany; Alex Ray, Blanchard

Three-point participants: Rachel Littlebird, Calumet; Maclayn Massey, CHA

East girls: Breck Clark, Dale; Lauren Davis, Lexington; T’ona Edwards, Northeast; Mariah Fredman, Wellston; Danielle Gaddis, Northeast; Hannah Holasek, Lexington; Bailey Mack, Harrah; Lexes Satterwhite, Dale; Leslie Shuck,

Oklahoma Christian; Lakeitha Watson, Star Spencer.

Co-Coaches: Josh Forsythe, Dale; Londaryl Perry, Northeast

Free throw and 3-point participants: Danielle Gaddis, Northeast; Bailey Mack, Harrah

– Scott Wright, swright@opubco.com
Twitter: @ScottWrightOK

by Scott Wright
Reporter
A lifelong resident of the Oklahoma City metro area, Scott Wright has been on The Oklahoman staff since 2005, covering a little bit of everything on the state's sports scene. He has been a beat writer for football and basketball at Oklahoma and...
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