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OKPreps Girls All State Team


Ana Llanusa – Senior – Guard – Choctaw
– Llanusa has been one of the more dominant players in Oklahoma for several years now. Ended her career with a championship.

Gabby Gregory – Sophomore – Forward – Holland Hall
– The only sophomore to make any of the All State teams, Gregory will be fun to watch over the next two years at Holland Hall.

Keni Jo Lippe – Senior – Guard – Adair
– Adair’s leading scorer, Lippe has been a playmaker since she was a freshman. Signed with ORU, was an inside-outside threat.

Mallory Vaughn – Senior – Forward – Collinsville
– The Arizona signee has been a force in the paint for several years. Standing 6’4, Vaughn was a constant match-up problem for 5A opponents.

Taylor Roberts – Senior – Guard – Classen SAS
– The state’s all-time leading scorer in 5-on-5 girls basketball. What else do you want her to do? Great career by the Classen standout.

Ce’Nara Skanes – Junior – Forward – Putnam City West
– Putnam City West’s Ce’Nara Skanes led a very athletic Lady Patriot team back to the state tournament. Skanes is an inside-outside threat.

Ja’Mee Asberry – Junior – Guard – East Central
– One of, if not the best playmaking point guards in the state. Asberry can shoot the lights out but looks to pass first and can torch defenses both ways.

J’Sades Ainsworth – Junior – Guard – Ardmore
– Ainsworth led a very young Ardmore team all the way to the 5A state championship. Expect her to add more elements to her game and become a top player.

Maddison Collyer – Senior – Guard – Harrah
– The stats won’t blow you away but Collyer has been a vital piece to Harrah over the last several years. Led the Lady Panthers to a title this year.

Misty Dossey – Junior – Forward – Comanche
– Similar to Collinsville’s Vaughn, Misty Dossey is a match-up nightmare for opponents. She’ll look to continue her dominance in the paint next year.

Cenia Hayes – Senior – Guard – Tahlequah Sequoyah
– Returned from a knee injury with a vengeance. After missing her junior year, Hayes returned to lead Tahequah Sequoyah to another 3A championship.

Delaney Nix – Junior – Guard – Tahlequah
– Delaney Nix led Tahlequah to a rare state tournament appearance. The junior guard will be a must-watch player next year on a team with no seniors.

Jo’Nah Johnson – Senior – Guard – Edmond Santa Fe
– Jo’Nah Johnson is one of the more underrated playmakers in Oklahoma. She was always taking over a game on the offensive or defensive side of the ball.

Kabree Edgmon – Senior – Guard – Fort Gibson
– Was the best player on a team that didn’t have one individual star. Fort Gibson had another perfect regular season but fell short in the championship game.

Sydney Manning – Junior – Guard – Deer Creek
– The Deer Creek junior has evolved into one of the best shooters in 6A basketball. She also is the vocal leader on the floor for the Lady Antlers.