Class 6A boys
MVP: Shawn Olden, Tulsa Union
Olden’s value is underrated because Union’s big men get most of the attention, but he showed his true worth in leading the Redskins to their third state title with 20 points and nine rebounds in the final against Putnam City West.
Shawn Olden, Sr., Tulsa Union, 19.7
Carson Meier, Sr., Tulsa Union, 12.3
Omega Harris, Sr., Putnam City West, 14.7
Stephen Edwards, Sr., Putnam City West, 12.7
Torey Noel, Sr., Midwest City, 19.0
Class 6A girls
MVP: Toree Thompson, Broken Arrow
Thompson scored five points in the final 25 seconds to thwart Choctaw’s upset bid in the semifinals, and then sparked the Tigers’ big second-half run to pull away from Edmond Santa Fe for the title.
Toree Thompson, Sr., Broken Arrow, 22.0
Jordan Doyle, Sr., Broken Arrow, 9.7
Tamara Lee, Sr., Edmond Santa Fe, 18.7
Aahliyah Jackson, So., Edmond Santa Fe, 12.0
Ana Llanusa, Fr., Choctaw, 27.5
Class 5A boys
MVP: R.J. Diggs, Tulsa Memorial
With 12 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter of the state title game, Diggs powered the Chargers to a second straight Class 5A crown. The 5-foot-10 guard added eight rebounds, too.
R.J. Diggs, Sr., Tulsa Memorial, 14.7
Demari Edwards, Sr., Tulsa Memorial, 14.3
Will Lienhard, Jr., McGuinness, 15.7
Brian Canfield, Sr., McGuinness, 18.7
Cameron Warren, Sr., Carl Albert, 37.0
Class 5A girls
MVP: Dakota Vann, Deer Creek
With her best performance on the biggest stage, Vann had 17 points and 17 rebounds in the Antlers’ 31-28 overtime victory against Tulsa East Central. Deer Creek won the gold ball a second consecutive season.
Dakota Vann, Jr., Deer Creek, 16.0
Whitney Jones, Sr., Deer Creek, 7.7
Janee Arnold, Sr., Tulsa East Central, 15.7
Sharayla Brown, Jr., Tulsa East Central, 12.0
Jordan Gilbert, Sr., Carl Albert, 17.0
Class 4A boys
MVP: Antonio Wilson, Douglass
Stevie Clark’s replacement shined during the tournament alongside Trey Sanders, but it was his fourth-quarter performance in the quarterfinals and his guidance down the stretch in other games that helped the Trojans win their fifth straight title.
Matt Lea, Sr., Stilwell, 23.0
Luke Lewallen, Sr., Elk City, 16.5
Chase Littlejohn, Jr., Stilwell, 13.3
Trey Sanders, Jr., Douglass, 17.0
Antonio Wilson, Sr., Douglass, 16.3
Class 4A girls
MVP: Desiree Phipps, Fort Gibson
Just a sophomore, Phipps put on display and impressive scoring ability. Each time the Tigers needed somebody to step up, she delivered as they won their second straight championship.
Ashley Beatty, Jr., Anadarko, 18.3
Savannah Gray, Sr., Fort Gibson, 8.7
Tandra King, So., Anadarko, 11.0
Desiree Phipps, Jr., Fort Gibson, 20.0
Carsyn Spurgeon, So., Vinita, 16.5
Class 3A boys
MVP: Austin Guinn, Okemah
Guinn’s big 3-pointers down the stretch to beat Centennial in double overtime of the championship game were impressive as Okemah won its first title after falling last season in triple overtime to Millwood.
Austin Garner, Sr., Centennial, 16.0
Caisen Green, Sr., Sequoyah-Tahlequah, 22.5
Austin Guinn, Sr., Okemah, 17.7
Malcolm Mitchell Jr., Sr., Centennial, 12.0
John Wingfield, Sr., Okemah, 15.0
Class 3A girls
MVP: Jaden Hobbs, Alva
Hobbs was the most prolific scorer all weekend, breaking both the individual game record with 45 points in the semifinals and then setting the tournament record by finishing with 107 total points. It was a completely dominating performance as the Goldbugs won the title.
Jaden Hobbs, So., Alva, 35.7
Kylie Looney, Jr., Adair, 16.0
Kelsey Johnson, So., Washington, 26.5
Keni Jo Lippe, Fr., Adair, 14.7
Erika Wakefield, Sr., Heritage Hall, 24.5
Class 2A boys
MVP: Kade Hayes, Latta
One of the more underrated players in the tournament, Hayes delivered when it mattered most, scoring eight points in a key spot during the fourth of the title game against Haworth to help the Panthers repeat as champions.
Kade Hayes, Sr., Latta, 14.0
Ashford Golden, Sr., Millwood, 26.5
Junior Griffin, Sr., Haworth, 12.7
Oscar Rivera, Jr., Haworth, 14.7
Treston Tully, Jr., Latta, 15.7
Class 2A girls
MVP: Chelsea Dungee, Preston
The sophomore was dominant and took over each game in big moments as Preston won its first title in five years. The Oklahoma commitment made her case as one of the top players in the state with 23 points in the title win over Cordell.
Logan Burgess, Sr., Tonkawa, 14.5
Chelsea Dungee, So., Preston, 22.7
Cherokee Mitchell, Jr., Cordell, 9.7
Gabbie Parsons, Sr., Cordell, 18.7
Raven Prince, Jr., Millwood, 16.0