Posted On: 03/1/22 11:43 AM

Class 6A has been the chaos class all season long. Booker T Washington started the year low in the rankings but gradually climbed to the top seed in the East. Even though Edmond Memorial racked up 20 wins on their way to the West’s top seed, their Edlam rivals North and Santa Fe were both able to bloody the Buldogs’ noises at various times throughout the season. Similar stories played out throughout the state as schools traded wins and losses and parity reigned king.

The opening rounds of regionals matched that, as three programs that all had realistic dreams of making it to Norman next week were sent packing. Deer Creek won on a late shot by Camden Laskie Camden Laskie 6'6" | SF Deer Creek | 2022 State OK to take down Mustang. Muskogee’s Javontae Campbell Javontae Campbell 6'2" | SG Muskogee | 2022 State OK had another stellar game to send the talented Redhawks of Union home. And in a battle of Eastern Oklahoma small towns, Tahlequah senior Braylon McDowell scored key points late that helped the Tigers pull the upset over Bartlesville. 

6A East Regional 1

East #8 Edmond Santa Fe (11-12) 

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East #1 Booker T Washington (21-2)

How they got there

Player to Watch

Kam Parker Kam Parker 6'0" | PG Booker T. Washington | 2022 State OK , 6’1 Senior Guard, Booker

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