TOC: Top Performers Day Three

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Posted On: 12/30/17 3:26 AM

Jace Pratt 2018 Sperry Guard

Jace Pratt did what he does best, he shot the ball. Pratt had the best performance of the day and went off for the Pirates in the seventh place game dropping a 40 point game on Ringwood. Pratt showed why many call him the best shooter in the state when he shot 14-26 from the court.

Camden Patterson 2018 Ringwood Post

Camden Patterson was the best player all week for Ringwood. He performed at high levels and kept Ringwood’s losses respectable. He finished the day with 24 points and 9 rebounds to cap off an impressive showing at the Tournament of Champions.

Robert Briley 2018 Wright City Wing

Robert Briley had a huge tournament for Wright City. His impressive performances were finished with a bang against Kingston as Wright City claimed the consolation championship. He led the way for Wright City scoring 27 points and pulling down 8 rebounds. Briley is verbally committed to Seminole State to play Baseball.

CJ Briley 2019 Wright City Wing

CJ Briley did everything he could to match his brother’s performance. He and his brother had huge games as Wright City won the consolation championship. CJ finished the day with 25 points and 7 rebounds. CJ is also committed to verbally committed to Seminole State to play baseball.

Kori Guest 2018 Tulsa Memorial Guard

Kori Guest had his best game of the season and that is saying something cause he has had some good games this year. Guest was on fire from the court and had a season-high 27 points on 10-15 shooting. Guest also pulled down 8 rebounds in 26 minutes of play.

Kalib Boone 2019 Tulsa Memorial Post

Kalib Boone had a big day for Tulsa Memorial against Booker T. Washington . Boone had the biggest double-double of the tournament after a quiet first two games of the tournament. He finished with 31 points and 17 rebounds.

Mason Harrell 2018 Carl Albert Guard

Mason Harrell was the MVP of the Tournament of Champions. Even though he was not on the winning end of the championship, Harrell had one the best three-game performances at the Tournament of Champions. He finished with 30 points on the night and 93 throughout the tournament.

Trey Hopkins 2018 Carl Albert Guard

Trey Hopkins did everything he could to get Carl Albert back in the championship game after they trailed by 18 points. Although they fell short, Hopkins finished with an impressive 18 points and 10 rebounds.

J.D. Ray 2019 Midwest City Guard

J.D. Ray had an impressive performance against Carl Albert in the championship game at the Tournament of Champions. Ray scored the first 7 points of the game and played a consistent game. He was unselfish and put his teammates in positions to score. He finished with a Midwest City high 18 points and 5 assists.

Derrick Walters Jr. 2018 Midwest City Guard

Derrick Walters Jr. was pivotal for Midwest City in the championship game. He provided leadership in the biggest moments of the game for the Bombers and led them to a championship trophy. The Oklahoma Christian commit finished with 17 points.