Posted On: 12/14/20 11:16 PM

Collaborative piece by Ross Lovelace and Bryce McKinnis.

Jackson LawleyJacksonLawley5'10" | PGTishomingo | 2021StateOK | Tishomingo 2021 PG

Jackson LawleyJacksonLawley5'10" | PGTishomingo | 2021StateOK (Joshua Cleary/Prep Hoops).

Lawley scored over 30 points in four consecutive contests, culminating in a 31-point night on Dec. 12 to lead Tishomingo to its first invitational-tournament championship since 1999 when the Indians bested Whitesboro to claim the Hartshorne Pick and Shovel Classic title.

Lawley earned tournament MVP honors, as well.

Behind his stellar play, the Indians are off to their best start in as much time, boasting a 6-0 record and possibly due for a spot in the OSSAA coach’s poll. Lawley has high expectations for Tish, including an undefeated regular season, he said.

"I want to lead my team to the State Tournament and average 30 points-per-game," Lawley said.

Lawley may seem ambitious now, but for a player who has led his school to its best play in two decades, there is not much left but to aim for the pinnacle.

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