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Heritage Hall's Trey Alexander named GMAC MVP

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Heritage Hall's Trey Alexander was named Most Valuable Player of the Greater Metro Athletic Conference on Thursday after a stellar sophomore campaign.

Alexander averaged 24 points per game while nabbing 8.4 rebounds, dishing 2.6 assists and grabbing 2.2 steals per outing. 

Millwood's Michael Jeffries was named Coach of the Year. He led Isaiah Williams, who won Offensive Player of the Year.

Heritage Hall's Philip Smitherman won Defensive Player of the Year while Crossings Christian's Reid Lovelace won Newcomer of the Year.

Here is the complete all-conference roster:

MVP: Trey Alexander, Heritage Hall

Offensive Player of the Year: Isaiah Williams, Millwood

Defensive Player of the Year: Philip Smitherman, Heritage Hall

Newcomer of the Year: Reid Lovelace, Crossings Christian

Coach of the Year: Michael Jeffries, Millwood

First team

Will McDonald, Heritage Hall; Myles Jeffries, Millwood; Cameron Bell, Millwood; Trip Wooley, Oklahoma Christian Academy, Daniel Koonce, Crossings Christian

Second team

Ethan Hodson, Oklahoma Christian School; Mike McLaughlin, Heritage Hall; Justin Wilson, Millwood; Randy Garcia, Crooked Oak; Cooper Gudell, Crossings Christian

Honorable mention

NJ Jenkins, Crooked Oak; Cort Travis, Crossings Christian; Jacob Clinkenbeard, Crossings Christian; Jack Spanier, Heritage Hall; Leo Mackie, Millwood; Desmond Lewis, Millwood; Kaleb Fellers, Oklahoma Christian Academy; Drew Sims, Oklahoma Christian Academy; Jake Jennings, Oklahoma Christian School; Mason Robbins, Oklahoma Christian School; Mason Matteson, Oklahoma Christian School

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Heritage Hall's Trey Alexander looks to get by John Marshall's Xavier Cyprian during a 4A boys semifinal game in the state high school basketball tournament at Jim Norick State Fair Arena, the Big House, Friday, March 8, 2019. Photo by Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman

Heritage Hall's Trey Alexander looks to get by John Marshall's Xavier Cyprian during a 4A boys semifinal game in the state high school basketball tournament at Jim Norick State Fair Arena, the Big House, Friday, March 8, 2019. Photo by Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman

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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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