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Metro Athletic Conference Boys Basketball All-Conference Team

by Scott Wright Modified: March 22, 2014 at 2:20 pm •  Published: March 22, 2014
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Here are the boys basketball All-Conference postseason awards for the Metro Athletic Conference, as selected by the coaches:

Conference Champions: Putnam City West

MVP: Omega Harris (PC West)

Defensive Player of the Year: Austin Meyer (Mustang)

Offensive Player of the Year: Curran Scott (Edmond Santa Fe)

Newcomer of the Year: Micah Speight (Putnam City North)

Coach of the Year: Lenny Bert (PC West)

 

First team All Conference

Tyson Jolly (PC West)

Curran Scott (Edmond Santa Fe)

Stephen Edwards (PC West)

Micah Speight (PC North)

Terrell Williams (Mustang)

 

Second team All Conference

Austin Meyer (Mustang)

Harrison Stoddart (Edmond North)

DaQuan Jefferies (Edmond Santa Fe)

Marquis Johnson (PC West)

Grason Wright (Putnam City)

Jakolby Long (Mustang)

 

Third team All Conference

Tanner Akers (Yukon)

Geoffrey Hightower (Mustang)

Blake Harris (PC North)

Braden Hudson (PC)

Daron Mims (Edmond Santa Fe)

Travon Moore (PC West)

 

Honorable Mention

Steven Stallings (PC West), Logan McGill (PC North),Tyson Anderson (Edmond North), Marques Wilson (Edmond North), Dylan Bradley (Choctaw), Nick Robinson (PC West), Isaiah Hammons (Mustang), Demarion Love (Mustang), Demarea Reno (Choctaw), Ryan Brown (PC), Dexter Dean (Edmond Santa Fe), Mark Piatt (Edmond North), Tre Evans (Edmond Santa Fe), Austin Williams (PC), and Jake Seagraves (Choctaw).

by Scott Wright
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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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