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Posted On: 05/24/15 5:15 AM
On Saturday night at Mid-America Christian University the top prospects in the 2015 class shined in the inaugural Prep Hoops Oklahoma All-Star Game. The Prep Hoops Oklahoma East All-Stars defeated the Prep Hoops Oklahoma West All-Stars 91-86.
East All-Star from Booker T Washington Center Chris Miller was unstoppable in the paint posting 30 points and 15 rebounds. The Oral Roberts Signee made it look easy all night long. Edmond Memorial Shooting Guard Curran Scott and Putnam City West Shooting Guard Tyson Jolly lead the way for the West combing for 38 points.
For the tremendous performance on Saturday night Miller was awarded the Prep Hoops Oklahoma All-Star Game MVP. Next season Miller will head to play basketball for Oral Roberts University. A future teammate of Miller’s Chris Crawford shined at the Point for the East All-Stars. Crawford dished out an impressive seven assists adding 15 points. If this game was any look into the future Oral Roberts will have a great duo between Miller and Crawford.
Bartlesville Point Guard Antonio Castillo caught fire from deep in the Prep Hoops Oklahoma Three-Point Contest. Out of nine three-point baskets per round Castillo knocked down seven shots in the opening round, six in the second round, and five in the final round to defeat Glencoe Shooting Guard Ty Lazenby by one.
The Dunk Contest featured some high flying dunks leaving the crowd in awe. The Dunks were scored by three judges giving players a chance to post up to 30 points per round. Bishop McGuinness Center Will Lienhard, Carl Albert Power Forward Hayden Howell, Broken Arrow Point Guard Josh Holliday, and Tulsa Central Shooting Guard Cameron Williams advanced to the Semifinals.
The Semifinals featured three perfect score rim rattling dunks. Williams led the Semifinal round off with an impressive display of athleticism taking the ball through his legs turning 180 degrees in mid-air to jam the basketball through the hoop. The judges awarded Williams with a perfect score of 30. Standing at just 5’8 Holliday took a pass from Verdigris Point Guard Cade UpShaw off the back board and slammed the ball with power through the hoop to post a perfect score.
Howell followed Holliday deciding to use a ball rack as an obstacle in his Semifinal round dunk. The Carl Albert standout soared over the ball rack and threw down a nasty jam to post a perfect score of 30.
Howell, Holliday, and Williams with perfect scores in the Semifinals moved on to the Finals. In Prep Hoops Oklahoma Dunk Contest final round Tulsa Central’s Williams stole the show dunking over two of his East All-Star teammates.
Tulsa Central Shooting Guard Cameron Williams was named the Prep Hoops Oklahoma Slam Dunk Champion with scores of 25, 30, and 30.