Ninnekah's Tristan Baker takes on an Alex defender during a game in Alex.

The Oklahoma Girls Basketball Coaches Association handed out honors last week.

The OGBCA announced its All-State teams Friday and also gave honors to coaches. The OGBCA selected multiple players and coaches from the area.


Three area basketball players earned All-State recognition from the OGBCA.

The OGBCA named two basketball players to the Small West All-State team and one player to the Middle West All-State team.

Amber-Pocasset's Caton Muncy earned a spot on the Small West team. Muncy helped the Lady Panthers reach the Class 2A state tournament for the second season in a row. Am-Po ended its season in the Class 2A state quarterfinals, finishing the season with a record of 23-4.

The Lady Panthers also ended their season ranked fourth in the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association's Class 2A poll.

Ninnekah's Tristan Baker also earned a spot on the Small West team. The Lady Owls advanced to the area tournament and ended the season ranked ninth in the OSSAA's Class A poll.

Blanchard's Carly Craig also earned All-State recognition, being named to the Middle West team. Blanchard advanced to area and won a game before ending its season. The Lady Lions finished the season ranked 10th in the OSSAA's Class 4A poll.


Brian Lester — head coach of the Tuttle Lady Tigers — earned OGBCA recognition and was named the Middle Southwest Coach of the Year.

Lester was also selected to help coach the Middle West All-State team. Lester led the Lady Tigers to their first state championship this past season. Tuttle was ranked third OSSAA's final Class 4A poll during the regular season and finished with a record of 25-3.

Bo Thomason — head coach of the Am-Po Lady Panthers — was selected to help coach the Small West All-State team.

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