Posted On: 06/9/19 6:25 PM

Texas defeated Oklahoma 102-95 in the 54th annual Faith 7 Bowl at the Noble Complex in Shawnee, Oklahoma.

Both represented by ten of the best graduating seniors from their respective states, the Oklahoma roster had 10 players named to the 2019 OCA All-State team and included 12 State Championships.

Oklahoma was represented by:

  • Kalib Boone, Tulsa Memorial (Okla. St.)
  • Keylan Boone, Tulsa Memorial (Okla St.)
  • Julian Smith, Sapulpa (Ranger College)
  • Kellen Hines, Fort Cobb-Broxton (Southwestern Okla. St.)
  • Seth Hurd, Booker T. Washington (Univ. of Central Okla.)
  • Shemar Smith, Norman North (Univ. of Central Okla.)
  • Dyson Plumley, El Reno (Murray St. College)
  • JD Ray, Midwest City (Northern Okla. - Enid)
  • Jacob Germany, Kingston (Texas - San Antonio)
  • RJ Weeks, Kingston (Southeastern Okla. St.)

Weeks was named a substitute after Putnam City North's Micah Thomas, a Texas State signee, announced he would not be able to participate in the game.

Oklahoma was coached by Kingfisher's Jared Reece and Hobart's Jeff Tompkins.

Shemar was named as the game's Oklahoma MVP after scoring 16 points and grabbing 8 rebounds. Smith was all smiles following the game.

"It felt really good winning the MVP," said Smith. "Honestly I didn't expect to get it,

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