MVP: Shaquille Morris, Edmond Memorial
Morris was a force on both ends of the floor for the Bulldogs in the tournament and never so much as he was against Midwest City in the finals. He helped the Bulldogs build up a big lead early, then played a huge part in their late comeback that ended on Jordan Woodard's heroics.
Player, school, points per game
Jaylen Lowe, Owasso, 25.0
Shake Milton, Owasso, 19.5
Shaquille Morris, Edmond Memorial, 19.3
Torey Noel, Midwest City, 15.3
Jordan Woodard, Edmond Memorial, 9.7
MVP: Devin Perez, Tulsa Memorial
After taking a year away from basketball to concentrate on baseball, Perez helped lift the Chargers to the title over McGuinness. In the championship game, he hit 7 of 9 from the floor and finished with 18 rebounds.
Demari Edwards, Tulsa Memorial, 10.0
Will Lienhard, Bishop McGuinness, 7.7
David Love, Bishop McGuinness, 14.0
Devin Perez, Tulsa Memorial, 16.0
Joey Sylvester, Chickasha, 17.0
MVP: Stephen Clark, Douglass
Averaged 30.7 points for the three days, but dropped 51, including nine 3-pointers in the 82-80 win over Roland in the finals. The 51-point game tied him for the fourth-most points scored in a state tournament game. He added six steals and five assists, winning the fourth championship of his career.
Glenn Banks, Douglass, 11.7
Stephen Clark, Douglass, 30.7
Chris Crawford, Victory Christian, 24.5
Brooks Robertson, Roland 16.0
Seth Youngblood, Roland, 27.3
MVP: Ashford Golden, Millwood
Golden led the Falcons in scoring for the week, but that hardly encapsulates his performance. He tipped in the game-winning shot in the second overtime against Centennial in the semifinals, and had 17 points, 10 rebounds and two blocks — one in the final minute of the third OT — in the championship game.
Terry Davis, Centennial, 17.5
Ashford Golden, Millwood, 13.7
Austin Guinn, Okemah, 14.7
Mike Mays, Millwood, 13.3
Stoney Newton, Okemah, 13.0
MVP: Jake Collins, Latta
The steady force in the Latta offense throughout the tournament, Collins had 10 points and six rebounds in the title game, and he was strong at the free-throw line all week. Had 25 points in the semifinals.
Jake Collins, Latta, 15.7
Jason Couch, Chouteau, 12.0
Junior Griffin, Haworth, 11.0
Oscar Rivera, Haworth, 12.7
Trent Storts, Latta, 13.7
MVP: Kaylan Mayberry, Tulsa Washington
Mayberry had big plays in each of the Hornets' state tournament wins, but she'd never come up any bigger than she did Saturday against Bixby. Mayberry hit two critical 3-pointers in the fourth quarter as Bixby was making a late push to hold off the Spartans and help give the Hornets their first title since 2009.
Christina Devers, Bixby, 16.7
MaKenzie Ellis, Tulsa Washington, 12.3
Tamara Lee, Edmond Santa Fe, 26.5
Kaylan Mayberry, Tulsa Washington, 15.0
Stevi Parker, Bixby, 11.0
MVP: Ashley Gibson, Deer Creek
Gibson was only the Antlers' leading scorer in the championship win over Shawnee, but the senior set the tone for Deer Creek throughout the tournament. Saturday, it was Gibson's terrific first half, along with the strong play of Bayli Blanchard, that kept the Antlers in the game.
Bayli Blanchard, Deer Creek, 13.7
Gioya Carter, Carl Albert, 21.5
Ashley Gibson, Deer Creek, 14.3
Bailey Taylor, Shawnee 17.7
Dakota Vann, Deer Creek, 14.3
MVP: Brooke Palmer, Fort Gibson
Palmer was the dominant force inside that fueled the Tigers through the tournament, averaging 20.7 points per game and 11.3 rebounds per game.
Lakota Beatty, Anadarko, 15.5
Kaely Bond, Mount St. Mary, 15
Allie Glover, Fort Gibson, 11.7
Brooke Palmer, Fort Gibson, 20.7
Aimee Rischard, Mount St. Mary, 10.3
MVP: Ashley Hughes, Sulphur
Hughes was hitting from the start, scoring at least 15 points in each game, dropping 29 on Adair in the semifinals. In the title game, she had 15 points, five rebounds and three assists to complete Sulphur's perfect season.
Jordan Gorham, Perkins-Tryon, 15.0
Ashley Hughes, Sulphur, 19.7
Teanna Reid, Millwood, 19.0
Tierani Richardson, Sulphur, 11.7
McKenzie Stanford, Perkins-Tryon, 12.3
MVP: T'ona Edwards, Northeast
Edwards didn't lead the Vikings in scoring during the tournament, but she was the catalyst on their suffocating defense. Her five steals against Fairview proved crucial in the semifinals, and her six rebounds and six assists were just as huge against Alva.
Breck Clark, Dale, 20.5
T'ona Edwards, Northeast, 12.0
Jaden Hobbs, Alva, 23.7
Lora Riley, Alva, 7.0
Lanesia Williams, Northeast, 15.3