Tony Aska, Coyle
The story: The lanky forward used his combination of athleticism and strength to lead Coyle with 19.6 points per game as the Bluejackets reached the Class B finals. But he was more than a point producer, adding 12.6 rebounds 3.6 blocks and nearly three assists per game. He is being recruited by Murray State, Redlands and Northern Oklahoma College.
Player of the Year
Stephen Clark, Douglass
The story: With each state championship came more pressure, and Clark handled it every time. He averaged 36.8 points and 13.0 assists to lead Douglass to its fourth straight Class 4A championship, becoming only the sixth team to win four in a row. The Oklahoma State signee finished his career with 3,312 points, fifth in state history.
Chauncey Collins, OKC Storm
The story: Collins emerged early in the season as the go-to scorer for the Storm, posting multiple 40-point games. As he settled into a rhythm as both a scorer and distributor for the Storm's balanced offense, the team excelled. He averaged 23.4 points per game to lead the Storm to the national homeschool championship, while claiming the national MVP award as well.
Ashford Golden, Millwood
The story: Long and athletic, Golden was a game-changer defensively for the Falcons with his rebounding and shot-altering abilities around the basket. And he came up with some of his biggest plays at crucial times. His tip-in at the buzzer won the double overtime semifinal game against Centennial. Then he had 17 points, 10 rebounds and a game-sealing block in the triple overtime championship game against Okemah.
Collin Jennings, Harrah
The story: After a strong sophomore campaign, Jennings took off as a junior to lead Harrah to the state tournament. He averaged 17.5 points, 6.9 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game. He's already being recruited by a variety of programs, including Tulsa, Oklahoma Christian and Army at West Point.
Coach of the Year
Josh Sumrall, Coyle
The story: Coyle wasn't viewed as an early favorite in Class B, but gradually climbed the rankings throughout the season. Sumrall was able to bring the team together after point guard Eric Harris moved in from Chicago in December, and the Bluejackets began to look like a possible contender. Peaking in the playoffs, Coyle ran to the finals, and looked to be in line for a state title until Arnett rallied for the win. Still, an impressive run for Sumrall and the Bluejackets, finishing 25-5.