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Am-Po's Caton Muncy attempts to score against Verden during a game in Alex.

Several basketball players recently received recognition from the Oklahoma Coaches Association.

The OCA handed out All-State honors to girls basketball players across the state and handed out All-Star by Class recognition as well. One area player received All-State recognition, and multiple players earned All-Star status in their respective classes.

Amber-Pocasset's Caton Muncy picked up more postseason recognition, earning a spot on the OCA's Small West All-State team. She also earned All-Star recognition in Class 2A.

Muncy has earned plenty of All-State recognition as a senior. Along with earning All-State recognition from the OCA, she also earned a spot on the Oklahoma Girls Basketball Coaches Association's Small West All-State team.

Muncy also earned All-State status from softball in the fall. The Oklahoma High School Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association placed Muncy on the Small West team.

Class A

Ninnekah's Tristan Baker earned All-Star by Class recognition in Class A. She earned a spot on the Class A West All-Star list.

Baker also earned OGBCA All-State status, being named to the Small West All-State team.

Class 2A

Muncy was the only area player to earn an All-Star by Class selection in Class 2A.

Class 4A

Four area players earned All-Star status in Class 4A.

Bridge Creek had two of the four players selected to the Class 4A West All-Star team. Lainey Morrow and Hannah Badon earned spots on the list.

Tuttle's Shayla Wilson and Blanchard's Carly Craig also earned spots on the 4A West All-Star team. Craig also earned All-State recognition from the OGBCA, getting selected to the Middle West All-State team.

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