TOC: Top performances of Day Two


Posted On: 12/29/17 12:47 AM

Trey Phipps 2020 Booker T. Washington Guard

Trey Phipps was quiet in the first half against Carl Albert but exploded for a huge second half for the Hornets. He led the comeback charge for Booker T. Washington that fell just short. Trey finished with 16 points on the night.

Mason Harrell 2018 Carl Albert Guard

Mason Harrell stole the show once again. He was a dominant force for Carl Albert and could not be stopped. He showed off some fancy tricks along the way as well. Harrell finished with 29 points, 6 assists, and 5 boards.

Trey Hopkins 2018 Carl Albert Guard

Trey Hopkins was quiet compared to what he normally puts out, but it was still a really good performance. Hopkins made the game-winning buzzer-beater to beat Booker T. Washington in a semi-final game for the ages. Hopkins finished with 17 points and 8 rebounds.

J.D. Ray 2019 Midwest City Guard

J.D. Ray had himself a game to lead his Midwest City Bombers into the championship game at the Tournament of Champions. Ray led the bombers in scoring and assists as they knocked off the top-ranked Chargers. Ray finished with 15 points, 6 assists, and 4 rebounds.

Keylan Boone 2019 Tulsa Memorial Wing

Keylan Boone had another big game for Tulsa Memorial in a loss to Midwest City. He led all scorers in the game in points and knocked down some shots from the perimeter. Boone finished with 18 points and 7 boards.

Robert Briley 2018 Wright City Wing

Oh my did Robert Briley have himself a game. In a battle of the small schools, Briley dominated with his size and athleticism. He took over the game in the fourth quarter and led Wright City to victory over Sperry. Briley finished the game with 18 points and 18 rebounds.

Dayln Burrell 2018 Wright City Wing

Dayln Burrell was on fire for Wright City today. He is a streaky shooter and found his range tonight against the Pirates. Burrell finished the game with 19 points and 4 rebounds.

Jacob Germany 2019 Kingston Post

In the battle of the big men, Jacob Germany dominated the game. Germany faced two players that were around his size from Ringwood and still had his way with the Red Devils. Germany finished the game with 23 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 steals.