Posted On: 03/11/19 4:46 PM

Scoring may be hard to come by in high school sports but there were a few teams and a few players from different teams that stepped up and found ways to put the ball in the bucket. 

Trey Alexander, Heritage Hall. 

Alexander was a top three player in the state this season and was the best player in the state tournament except for his last game for the title were he was completely bottled up by Kingfisher. Nevertheless, Alexander scored 61 points over three games (20.3 ppg). 

Corey Coleman, John Marshall. 

John Marshall didn’t perform well in their final game against Heritage Hall in the state semifinals but Coleman stepped up and was a consistent bright spot for the Bea

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