– BY MICHAEL KNIGHT
The 2017-2018 basketball season has come to an end and it featured fast and exciting action. The 6A-2A state tournament wrapped up on Saturday and we’re recognizing the absolute best performances from the state tournament with our OKPreps All Tournament Teams. For a more in-depth breakdown on the MVP selections, check out our post from earlier today. Up first, here’s the Class 2A All Tournament Team.
CJ Briley – Wright City
– Wright City opened up this season as the top ranked team in Class 2A and went wire to wire, CJ Briley had a great tourney.
Robert Briley – Wright City (MVP)
– Robert Briley and Wright City had a target on them all year, they answered the call by winning the state championship.
Syrus Grigsby – Luther
– Luther’s Syrus Grigsby had a great state tournament, helping to lead the Lions to a state semifinal appearance.
Tate Cathcart – Hooker
– Tate Cathcart helped lead Hooker to a rare appearance in the semifinals. Cathcart and Hooker were underrated all season.
Trent Smith – Latta
– Latta’s Trent Smith had a great career but fell short of a state title on Saturday. Was still one of the best players in the tourney.
Jalei Oglesby – Howe
– One of the best scorers in the state put on a clinic during her time at the state tourney. She’ll be back next year.
Lexie Davis – Christian Heritage
– Davis was last year’s 2A tournament MVP as a freshman. She had another strong state tournament this year .
Olivia Curtis – Christian Heritage (MVP)
– Christian Heritage completed the perfect 30-0 season. Junior Olivia Curtis was the star all week, earning MVP honors.
Presley Payahsape – Cashion
– Cashion senior Presley Payahsape makes the All Tournament team for the second straight year after strong week.
Sydney Manning – Cashion
– First time playing in the Big House didn’t slow down Sydney Manning, who finished up an outstanding career.