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OGBCA announces annual All-State rosters

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Edmond North's Kamri Heath shoots a lay up as Edmond Santa Fe's Keira Neal defends during the high school girls basketball game between Edmond Santa Fe and Edmond North at Edmond North High School in Edmond, Okla., Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018. Photo by Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman
Edmond North's Kamri Heath shoots a lay up as Edmond Santa Fe's Keira Neal defends during the high school girls basketball game between Edmond Santa Fe and Edmond North at Edmond North High School in Edmond, Okla., Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018. Photo by Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman

The Oklahoma Girls Basketball Coaches Association announced Friday night its rosters for the annual All-State games following tryouts across the state.

The games will be played Saturday, June 1, at Norman North High School. The large-school game begins at 1 p.m. with the middle and small classes to follow.

OGBCA also announced several coaching awards.

Newly retired Cashion coach Totsy Manning and Smithville coach Shermon Southard each received the Charles K. Heatly Award.

Anadarko’s Jeff Zinn and Adair’s Scott Winfield were each named coach of the year for the West and East. Latta assistant Clay Plunk and Anadarko assistant Katie Cantrell were named assistants of the year, while Dale’s Scott Wilson and Weatherford’s Shelly Pond were named junior high school coaches of the year.

OGBCA also announced its 2019 Hall of Fame inductees — Sapulpa’s Darlene Calip, Kingfisher’s Jay Wood, former Tulsa Booker T. Washington coach Annette Kennedy, Preston’s Mark Hudson and Kiowa’s Wade Daniel.

Here are the All-State rosters:

Large West

Kamri Heath, Edmond North; Keira Neal, Edmond Santa Fe; Aliyah Llanusa, Choctaw; Cur’Tiera Haywood, Mustang; Jacie Evans, Norman North; Regan Crawford, Piedmont; MeKayla Furman, Putnam West; Ginger Reece, Lawton Eisenhower; Maci Attalla, Piedmont; Kami Porter, Woodward

Large East

Holly Kersgieter, Sand Springs; Jenà Williams, Bartlesville; Lauren Fields, Shawnee; Destiny Johnson, Sand Springs; Makyra Tramble, Shawnee; Alayzha Knapp, Tulsa Union; Jaci Littell, Stillwater; Taylor Dement, Sapulpa; Sydnee Schovanec, Bixby; Lakara Jordan, Tulsa Rogers

Middle West

Katleyn Crosthwait, Washington; Olivia Curtis, Christian Heritage Academy; Paige Pendley, Elgin; Izzy Cummins, Elgin; Payton Row, Sulphur; Maddie Mason, Fairview; Jessica Quetone, Anadarko; Maddy North, Newcastle; Melissa Southard, Elk City; Alaijah Stewart, Hollis; Keva New Holy, Riverside; Cailen Jolley, Pauls Valley; Anna Simmons, Plainview; Morgan Bergt, Newcastle; Ryan Richardson, Sayre

Middle East

Gabby Gregory, Holland Hall; Jalei Oglesby, Howe; Gem Summers, Victory Christian; Madison Chambers, Muldrow; Hannah Boyett, Muldrow; Jonia Walker, Sequoyah Tahlequah; Macee Barnes, Grove; River Jeffries, Vinita; Jaycee Kitchell, Hartshorne; Callie Battenfield, Verdigris; Braclyn Berlowitz, Cushing; Emma Epperly, Latta; Lacey Savage, Dale; Kyla Rogers, Adair; Tarrah Stephens, Wyandotte

Small West

Karly Gore, Seiling; Macy Gore, Seiling; Fayth Laughlin, Cyril; Halee Morris, Hammon; Tresha Yager, Oklahoma Christian Academy; Kalyn Yancey, Hydro-Eakly; Caitlin Flackman, Burlington; Morgan Miller, Hammon; Alexis Pack, Mulhall-Orlando; Faith Calhoun, Granite

Small East

Makayla Miller, Smithville; Madison Factor, Sasakwa; Morgan Romero, Frontier; Nakai Harjo, Varnum; Taegan Freeman, New Lima; Maddie Harelson, Davenport; Savanna Been, Dewar; Savannah Deatherage, Varnum; Marilyn Goodmn, Frontier; Sydnee Wood, Clayton

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Edmond North's Kamri Heath shoots a lay up as Edmond Santa Fe's Keira Neal defends during the high school girls basketball game between Edmond Santa Fe and Edmond North at Edmond North High School in Edmond, Okla.,  Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018. Photo by Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman

Edmond North's Kamri Heath shoots a lay up as Edmond Santa Fe's Keira Neal defends during the high school girls basketball game between Edmond Santa Fe and Edmond North at Edmond North High School in Edmond, Okla., Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018. Photo by Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman

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