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2019 COAC All-Conference boys basketball teams announced

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The Central Oklahoma Athletic Conference announced its boys basketball All-Conference selections Friday. 

Edmond Memorial's Drew Tennial won Most Valuable Player. Southmoore's Jordan Thompson won Offensive Player of the Year while Jaylen O'Conner from Edmond Santa Fe clinched Defensive Player of the Year honors. Westmoore's Ethan Scott was tabbed Newcomer of the Year.

Shane Cowherd from Edmond Memorial received Coach of the Year honors. Edmond Memorial led all schools with four selections on the first, second and third teams.

Check out the teams and honorable mentions here:

Most Valuable Player: Drew Tennial, Edmond Memorial

Offensive Player of the Year: Jordan Thompson, Southmoore

Defensive Player of the Year: Jaylen O'Connor, Edmond Santa Fe

Newcomer of the Year: Ethan Scott, Westmoore

Coach of the Year: Shane Cowherd, Edmond Memorial

First team

Drew Tennial, Edmond Memorial; Jordan Thompson, Southmoore; Jaylen O'Connor. Edmond Santa Fe; Shamar Smith, Norman North; Donovan Vickers, Edmond Santa Fe; Ben Emmert, Norman; Dalante Shannon, Edmond North; Hunter Staten, Stillwater

Second team

Sam Godwin, Southmoore; Jacob Thionnet, Edmond Memorial; JV Seat, Edmond Memorial; Ben Smith, Edmond Santa Fe; Miles Slater, Deer Creek

Third team

Ethan Scott, Westmoore; Jaylen White, Norman North; Sean Pedulla, Edmond Memorial; Jaden Bray, Norman; Dylan Smith, Stillwater

Honorable mention 

Edmond North: Landry Harris; Norman: Jonah Paden, Daylen Richards, Gabe Tucci; Southmoore: Darrin Ryan, Steven Jackson, Damian Kline, Domingo Ward; Yukon: Carson Price, Desmon Elliott, Austin Ruth, Tyler Dechant, Carson Lambakis; Deer Creek: Zack Tretheway, Jake Hayward, Turner Suchy, Micah Sinor, Rhett Eden, Jalyn Todd, Jerry Tullis; Mustang: James Warren, Cade Schroeder, Raul Nunez; Edmond Memorial: Jake Royal, Parker Clarida, CJ Campbell; Edmond Santa Fe: Taylor Williams, Colby Onyekuru, Sean Franklin, Terrance Hill, Kristain Khoury, Talyn Shettron; Norman North: Josh A Robinson, Ian Bell, Peyton Vinyard, Josh Crutchfield; Stillwater: Jack Glenn; Westmoore: Payton Gordon

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Edmond Memorial's Drew Tennial (23) drives as Putnam City North's Jeff Nwankwo (3) defends during a Class 6A boys semifinal game between Edmond Memorial and Putnam City North in the state high school basketball tournament at the Mabee Center in Tulsa, Okla., Friday, March 8, 2019. [Nate Billings/The Oklahoman]

Edmond Memorial's Drew Tennial (23) drives as Putnam City North's Jeff Nwankwo (3) defends during a Class 6A boys semifinal game between Edmond Memorial and Putnam City North in the state high school basketball tournament at the Mabee Center in Tulsa, Okla., Friday, March 8, 2019. [Nate...

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Cameron Jourdan

Cameron Jourdan joined The Oklahoman in March 2019 to cover high school sports. He graduated from Oklahoma State University in May 2018. He had an internships with The Oklahoman and Stillwater News Press. During his time at OSU, Cameron served in... Read more ›

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