PLAYER OF THE YEAR
LANESIA WILLIAMS, NORTHEAST
The story: The Oklahoma signee was fantastic for Northeast, averaging 25.2 points per game despite the constant mix of defenses she faced. Williams finished her career with more than 1,500 points, and her scoring output increased each season.
KELSEY JOHNSON, WASHINGTON
The story: Johnson, the daughter of former Sooner Kelly Hill, averaged 17.9 points and 8.8 rebounds, leading the way for a young Washington team that saw its lone defeat come on a controversial finish in the Class 3A semifinals.
AIMEE RISCHARD, MOUNT ST. MARY
The story: The spark plug for the Rockets, Rischard averaged 13.5 points and 5.4 assists per game. She finished her four-year career with 90 wins, more than 1,300 points and 500 assists. Biggest moment of the season came in the state quarterfinals with a last-second winning layup against Harrah.
MORGAN VOGT, OKARCHE
The story: Vogt, who has signed with Southwestern Oklahoma State, averaged 22 points per game this season, leading the Warriors to their second straight title. Also the class valedictorian, she averaged almost 26 points per game in the state tournament.
ERIKA WAKEFIELD, HERITAGE HALL
The story: Wakefield really turned it on during the postseason, leading the Chargers to the Class 3A semifinals. She scored 35 points in the semifinal loss to Adair and averaged 24.5 points in the two games. Wakefield has signed with Tulsa.
COACH OF THE YEAR
LESLIE WARNER, HERITAGE HALL
The story: Facing one of the tougher postseason schedules in Class 3A, Warner guided the Chargers to the semifinals, knocking off ranked teams like Meeker, Tishomingo and state champion Alva before the state tournament. Heritage Hall did not lose in February and finished with a 20-6 record.