Posted On: 11/8/21 1:32 PM

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There is something special about the combination of maturity and urgency that seniors show as they realize their high school career is winding down. It leads to players reaching new levels as they hope to finish their high school careers with trips to either the Big House in Oklahoma City or the Mabee Center in Tulsa.  In Wichita Falls on Saturday, there were a handful of seniors that showed they were ready to take their game to the next level.

  Arzhonte Dallas Arzhonte Dallas 6'0" | PG Lawton MacArthur | 2022 State OK , 6’0 Point Guard, Lawton MacArthur

The quick guard will carry a big load for the 5A State runner ups following the graduation of many of their top players on last year’s team. He’s one of the most disruptive players in the state thanks to his quickness and outstanding defensive instincts. Dallas also has outstanding body control when attacking the rim, allowing him to finish well among taller players.

The next step for the senior’s development as a prospect and for his team will be being more vocal. Midway through a scrimmage against Trinity Leadership, the Highlanders suffered a stretch of turnovers and

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