Preston sophomore and Oklahoma commitment Chelsea Dungee was named the Gatorade Oklahoma Girls Basketball Player of the Year just before the start of last week’s state tournaments.
Dungee averaged 27.2 points per game entering the tournament and then averaged 22.7 in the tournament as the Pirates won the Class 2A championship.
She was also a member of the USA Basketball 2013 Women’s U16 National Team and has a 4.0 GPA.
The award recognizes not only outstanding athletic excellence, but also high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character demonstrated on and off the court.
Dungee is now a finalist for the Gatorade National Girls Basketball Player of the Year Award, which will be announced this month.
OCA ANNOUNCES ALL-STATE WRESTLING TEAMS
The Oklahoma Coaches Association announced the rosters for the 2014 All-State Wrestling teams last week.
The matches are scheduled to take place the week of July 27-Aug.1 in Tulsa.
Here is the list:
113: Briar Adams, Lawton MacArthur; 120: Coulton Parker, Piedmont; 126: Jett Gray, Duncan; 132: Clayton Lamb, Del City; 138: Gareth Ballard; Mustang; 145: Parker Bohannon, Yukon; 152: Brok Williams, Lawton MacArthur; 160: Blane Culp, Piedmont; 170: Cole Pacheco, Deer Creek; 182: Nathan Marek, Southmoore; 195: Derek White, Edmond North; 220: Josh Latham, Chickasha; Heavyweight: Andre Dixon, Edmond North; Coach: Andy Schneider, Edmond North.
113: Graham Godfrey, Tulsa Union; 120: Caleb Burns, Ponca City; 126: Luke Wolfenberger, Tulsa Union; 132: Cody Foos, Pryor; 138: Gary Wayne Harding, Collinsville; 145: Will Steltzen, Collinsville; 152: Dawalyon Barnes, Muskogee; 160: Hestin Lamons, Tahlequah; 170: Jacobe Smith, Muskogee; 182: Chandler Rogers, Stillwater; 195: Timothy Brice Inbody, Tulsa Kelley; 220: Gage Humphrey, Shawnee; Heavyweight: Teejay Aiono, Owasso; Coach: Weston Harding, Collinsville.
113: Ryan Williams, Clinton; 120: Tanner Leonard, Elgin; 126: Blake Dauphin, Tuttle; 132: Shayne Revels, Comanche; 138: Cody Lewis, Geary; 145: Christian Roney, Kingfisher; 152: Keagan Davidson, Sulphur; 160: Dakota Head, Tuttle; 170: Braden Stringer, Blanchard; 182: Tristan East, Anadarko; 195: Dylan Blundell, Kingfisher; 220: Braden Ruth, Davis; Heavyweight: Jose Cuevas, Weatherford; Coach: Jimmy Gather, Mangum.
113: Braden Bennett, Locust Grove; 120: Cody Lambert, Cascia Hall; 126: Briar Stopp, Newkirk; 132: Cub Yeager, Locust Grove; 138: Derick Shrum, Jay; 145: Jonce Blaylock, Berryhill; 152: Jarde Schieber, Newkirk; 160: Gage Stallworth, Cushing; 170: David Thomas, Perry; 182: Cale Wilson, Sallisaw; 195: Caleb Hawes, Barnsdall; 220: Jadon Davenport, Sallisaw; Heavyweight: Tanner Allen, Blackwell; Coach: Kyle Ford, Inola.
WARIBOKO-ALALI HAS ANOTHER BIG WEEK
After a stellar showing at the Rivals Camp Series last week, Casady offensive lineman Josh Wariboko-Alali picked up two more offers and an invite to the Under Armour All-American Game over the past week.
Wariboko-Alali, who remains verbally committed to Oklahoma, picked up offers from Oregon and Florida over the weekend, increasing his total number of offers to 17.
The Under Armour All-American game will be played in early 2015 at St. Pertersburg, Fla., and will be televised by ESPN.
OWASSO UPSET BY TULSA KELLEY
After a perfect 2013, the Owasso baseball team suffered its first loss since 2012 last week at the hands of Tulsa Kelley.
The Comets scored an 8-4 upset of the Rams, ranked No. 1 in the nation in the Fab 50 by Student Sports.
Tulsa Kelley jumped to a 5-1 lead and then held off Owasso, which had won 38 straight games.
The Rams, though, responded last week by winning three straight games to improve to 5-1 on the year.
Standout Braden Webb threw his second straight no-hitter this season during that span.