– 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 next, here’s the Class 4A All Tournament Team.
David Ward – Webster
– David Ward helped lead a Webster team that came into the playoffs unranked all the way to the state semifinals.
Jett Sternberger – Kingfisher
– Last year’s tournament MVP was outstanding once again. The sharpshooter got all the way back to the title game.
Jon Matthews – Heritage Hall
– The Charger senior went over 1,000 career points during Heritage Hall’s championship run. He capped off a remarkable career with a gold ball.
Trey Alexander – Heritage Hall (MVP)
– Those who follow high school basketball knew Trey Alexander could be special. He added to his young legend this weekend.
Trey Green – Kingfisher
– Kingfisher’s Trey Green is back on the All Tournament team. He showed an unbelievable amount of toughness in the title game.
Ali Brzozowski – Harrah
– Ali Brzozowski helped lead Harrah back to the state championship game and wrote another chapter in the Harrah-Fort Gibson rivalry.
Erika Ankney – Harrah
– The ORU signee was great once again as Harrah made their third straight state championship game appearance.
Kayci Glover – Fort Gibson
– The senior sharpshooter absolutely lit it up from three-point range throughout the three days. Her semifinal and championship performances were great.
Taylen Collins – Muldrow
– The young sophomore didn’t shy away from the moment as Muldrow made it all the way to the state semifinals.
Zoe Shieldnight – Fort Gibson (MVP)
– Fort Gibson’s Zoe Shieldnight finished off a stellar career with a state championship. She was the most consistent player on a consistent team.