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2021 Oklahoma Native All State

Posted in COACHES CORNER, NEWS, SUMMER CAMPS, Uncategorized on March 31, 2021 by OBCA

The 2021 Oklahoma Native All State Association event is scheduled to take place on Saturday, June 12 in
Okmulgee, Ok. This year’s event will be hosted by the Muscogee Creek Nation. The ONASA will take
nominations for boys and girls cross country, fast pitch softball, boys and girls basketball, boys and girls
golf, and baseball. Student athletes must be nominated by their high school coach, be in the 2021
graduating class, and have a CDIB card or other form of tribal identification including 506 Indian Student
Certification forms. Nomination forms must be submitted by email or fax by the deadline to be
considered. Students athletes can be nominated for multiple sports.
Fast Pitch Softball, Boys and Girls Cross Country, and Boys and Girls Basketball nominations must be
submitted by Friday, April 2. Selections will be announced on Wednesday, April 14.
Boys and Girls Golf and Baseball must be submitted by Friday, May 21. Selections will be announced on
Friday, May 28


Sulphur Team Camp June 14-16

Posted in NEWS, SUMMER CAMPS, Uncategorized on March 16, 2021 by OBCA

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2021 Class 6A, 5A, 4A, 3A, 2A State Tournament Results

Posted in COACHES CORNER, NEWS, Uncategorized on March 15, 2021 by OBCA

Class 6A Boys


At Skiatook High School

No. 3 Edmond North 54, No. 4 Norman North 43

No. 6 Putnam North 53, No. 5 Owasso 51

No. 1 Edmond Memorial 52, No. 10 Broken Arrow 42

No. 2 Del City 52, No. 12 Edmond Santa Fe 36


At Skiatook High School

Edmond Memorial 55, Edmond North 42

Del City 55, Putnam North 44


At ORU Mabee Center

Del City 47, Edmond Memorial 44

Class 5A Boys


At Owasso High School

No. 1 Midwest Carl Albert frft. Rogers

No. 18 Ardmore 65, No. 2 Memorial 59 (OT)

No. 6 Sapulpa 73, No. 8 Coweta 58

No. 3 Lawton MacArthur 88, No. 5 Shawnee 73


At Owasso High School

MWC Carl Albert 70, Ardmore 54

MacArthur 86, Sapulpa 79


At ORU Mabee Center

Midwest City Carl Albert 72, MacArthur 49

Class 4A Boys


No. 2 OKC Heritage Hall 53, No. 8 Holland Hall 51, OT

No. 3 Webster 56, No. 4 Victory Christian 51


No. 7 Classen SAS 49, No. 5 Mount St. Mary 47

No. 1 Kingfisher 46, No. 13 Blanchard 34


Kingfisher 58, Classen 33

Heritage Hall 74, Webster 56


At State Fair Arena

Kingfisher 48, Heritage Hall 40

Class 3A Boys


At Yukon High School

No. 2 Hugo 51, No. 13 Marlow 31

No. 1 Crossings Christian 64, NR Westville 55 

No. 4 Community Christian 53, No. 10 Eufaula 32

No. 6 Beggs 42, NR Alva 32


At State Fair Arena

Beggs 34, Community Christian 31

Crossings Christian 62, Hugo 55


At State Fair Arena

Crossings Christian 51, Beggs 49

Class 2A Boys


At State Fair Arena

No. 1 Dale 61, No. 15 Morrison 60

No. 7 Howe 47, No. 4 Cashion 37

No. 5 Oklahoma Union 58, No. 3 Pawnee 55

No. 16 Wewoka 68, No. 2 Hooker 57


At Yukon High School

Oklahoma Union 49, Wewoka 30

Howe 57, Dale 47


At State Fair Arena

Oklahoma Union 64, Howe 54

Tickets Punched: 2020-21 State Tournament Teams

Posted in COACHES CORNER, NEWS, Uncategorized on March 7, 2021 by OBCA

Teams punching their tickets to the 2020-21 basketball state tournament.

Class A and B Finished this weekend in Oklahoma City.

Class 2A – 6A start next Tuesday in Oklahoma City and Thursday in Tulsa.


Class 6A

No. 1 Edmond Memorial (15-1)

No. 2 Del City (19-4)

No. 3 Edmond North (18-5)

No. 4 Norman North (18-4)

No. 5 Owasso (17-3)

No. 6 Putnam North (12-3)

No. 10 Broken Arrow (14-7)

No. 13 Edmond Santa Fe (15-7)

Class 5A

No. 1 Carl Albert (20-4)

No. 2 Tulsa Memorial (18-3)

No. 3 Lawton MacArthur (21-2)

No. 5 Shawnee (16-6)

No. 6 Sapulpa (12-10)

No. 7 Tulsa Rogers (14-6)

No. 8 Coweta (14-6)

No. 18 Ardmore (11-8)

Class 4A

No. 1 Kingfisher (22-1)

No. 2 Heritage Hall (19-5)

No. 3 Tulsa Webster (15-6)

No. 4 Victory Christian (18-4)

No. 5 Mount St. Mary (18-3)

No. 7 Classen SAS (16-2)

No. 8 Tulsa Holland Hall (14-5)

No. 13 Blanchard (20-6)

Class 3A

No. 1 Crossings Christian (23-2) 

No. 2 Hugo (22-1)

No. 4 Community Christian (21-3)

No. 6 Beggs (17-2)

No. 10 Eufaula (13-4)

No. 13 Marlow (18-4)

Alva (18-10)

Westville (13-10)

Class 2A

No. 1 Dale (20-4)

No. 2 Hooker (22-2)

No. 3 Pawnee (21-1)

No. 4 Cashion (21-3)

No. 5 Oklahoma Union (22-2)

No. 7 Howe (21-4)

No. 15 Morrison (20-5)

No. 16 Wewoka (13-5)

Class A boys

No. 1 Fort Cobb-Broxton (15-2)

No. 2 Hydro-Eakly (22-0)

No. 3 Arapaho-Butler (18-6)

No. 4 Garber (21-4)

No. 8 Vanoss (20-6)

No. 10 Velma-Alma (18-6)

No. 11 Snyder (18-2)

No. 20 Texhoma (19-5)

Class A boys
FINAL | Hydro-Eakly 48, Garber 43

Class B boys

No. 1 Varnum (21-3) 

No. 2 Roff (27-1)

No. 4 Lomega (22-3)

No. 5 Red Oak (25-3)

No. 9 Cyril (19-6)

No. 14 Tyrone (13-6)

No. 20 Forgan (22-4)

Mountain View-Gotebo (16-6)

Class B boys
FINAL | Varnum 61, Roff 56

Oklahoma high school basketball: Hall of Fame coach Dub Raper dies

Posted in COACHES CORNER, NEWS, Uncategorized on January 3, 2021 by OBCA

Oklahoma high school basketball: Hall of Fame coach Dub Raper dies
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2020 All-State Games Will Be Live Streamed Saturday July 25th

Posted in COACHES CORNER, NEWS, Uncategorized on July 23, 2020 by OBCA

GAME TIMES: Large Schools-3:00pm. Small Schools-4:30pm.

The OBCA All-State games are ready to stream live on YouTube. Here is the link:

It’s set to go live at 3 p.m. and will run through both games.


Large West will be coached by Pauls Valley’s Ryan Caldwell and Woodward’s Jeff Williamson. Large East will be coached by Tulsa Memorial’s Bobby Allison.

Small West will be coached by Duke’s Nick Gable. Bragg’s Jeff Fry and Varnum’s Jon Hadley will coach the Small East.

Large West

Brennan Burns, Bethany; Christian Cook, Midwest City; Jordan Thompson, Southmoore; Cash Novotny, Anadarko; Demontreal Crutchfield, Del City; Kendural Jolly, Putnam City; Nathaniel Goodlow, Del City; Leontaye McClennon, Lawton MacArthur; Ashawnti Hunter, Lawton

Large East

Anfernee Nelson, Jenks; Caden Hale, Metro Christian; Davon Richardson, Sand Springs; Josh Jones, Broken Bow; Brayshawn Finch, Tulsa Memorial; Jalen Breath, Tulsa Washington; Conner Calavan, Fort Gibson; Kavon Key, Tulsa Memorial; Mason Alexander, Tulsa Edison; Brock Davis, Holland Hall

Small West

Jakobie Kasemeyer, Cyril; Cade Allen, Hammon; Myles Jeffries, Millwood; Daniel Koonce, Crossings Christian; Matt Milner, Duke; Jameson Richardson, Duke; Isaiah Williams, Millwood; Jacob Woody, Cashion; Jace Edelen, Arapaho-Butler; Jerod Kerr, Hooker; Brandon Zeno, Star Spencer

Small East

Patch Hamilton, Asher; Jaden Lietzke, Rejoice Christian; Carson Thompson, Canadian; Tyler Cloud, Quinton; Ethan Newberry, Kiowa; Jaxon Wiggins, Roland; Luke Gunns, Paden; Mason Drake, Perry; Austin Fenton, Talihina; Braden Shaw, Moyers

July 25th All-State Games Player Information

Posted in COACHES CORNER, NEWS, Uncategorized on July 18, 2020 by OBCA


Posted in COACHES CORNER, NEWS, Uncategorized on June 25, 2020 by OBCA

All-State players and Coaches will be receiving information soon!!

UCO Team Camp July 13-15

Posted in COACHES CORNER, NEWS, SUMMER CAMPS, Uncategorized on June 10, 2020 by OBCA

8 guaranteed games. Tournament last day. OSSAA referee Camp in conjunction with Team Camp.



Posted in COACHES CORNER, NEWS, OBCA ACADEMIC ALL STATE, Uncategorized on May 9, 2020 by OBCA

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103 Nominations – Minimum 24 on ACT Score


Jared Cox Canton 36   6.2 / 4.0 Patrick Rich
Preston Weaks Duncan 35 10.1 / 5.1 David McGuire
Harrison Themer Kingfisher 35 5.0 / 1.0 Jared Reese
Luke Hamilton Pauls Valley 34 11.2 / 6.0 Gary Chaffin
Guy Wood Crossings 34 10.2 / 5.3 Shawn Schenk



Minimum 24 on ACT Score

Garrett Queener Maysville Gordon Queener
Daniel Koonce Crossings Shawn Schenk
Jacob Clinkenbeard Crossings Shawn Schenk
Gavin Nation Purcell Roger Raper
Ethan Ratzlaff Ringwood Nathan Pearson
Ben Dobbins Pauls Valley Garry Chaffin
Connor Walker Lomega Justin Edsall
Luke Nagode Bishop Kelly Jordan Nagel
Mason Stalder Hooker Todd Kerr
Nathan Franklin Fort Gibson Todd Dickerson
Matt Garrison Ooologah Nathan Smith
Joe Mcbride Morris Jerry Peaker
Kaden La Fortune Cashion John Hardaway
Alex Nabavi Cashion John Hardaway
Grant Goodson Norman Rodney Dindy
Phillip Smitherman Heritage Hall Chris Hamilton
Sam Emesiani Putnam City Daniel Cunningham
Luke Arthaud Boise City Britton Gabriele
Zane Adams Haskell Wes Hayes
Haydon Thornton Dewey Lance Knight
Weston Church Fairview Jason Collins
Mason Slama Harrah Chad Rochelle
Matt Milner Duke Nick Gable
Andrew Bruster- Young Norman Rodney Dindy
Cale Eaton Byng Cody Williams
Patch Hamilton Asher Scott Hamilton
Gaige Longshore Collinsville Todd Anderson
Daylon Simpson Locust Grove Brandon Heath
Haydon Workman Quinton Darrick Farriell
Trae Thompson Dale Jeff Edmonson
Kobie Sloan – Sumrall Coyle Josh Sumrall
David Martin Fox Erik Yeiser
Drew Martin Fox Erik Yeiser
Kendall Butner Blackwell Terril Hankins
Kaden Johnson Kingston Taylor Wiebener
Carson Buller Turpin Gary Wallace
Cade Dean Okemah Devin Terry
Jerry Tullis Deer Creek Mike Donnelly
Ethan Torrance Hammon Kevin Brown
Elliot Janish Midwest City Dewayne Bradley
Sam Godwin Southmoore Tim Stogsdill