Congratulations to Oktaha girls basketball shooting guard Ava Scott for being voted SBLive’s Oklahoma High School Athlete of the Week for Dec. 13-19!
The sophomore scored 28 points in the Lady Tigers’ 61-46 win against Vian on Friday.
Scott received 50.01% of the vote, beating out Bartlesville’s Aadhi Ayyappan who finished second with 36.93%. Pocola’s Allyssa Parker finished third with 6.09% and Holland Hall’s Jadon Cool finished fourth with 3.65%.
Here are the other athletes who were nominated for Dec. 13-19:
Aadhi Ayyappan, Bartlesville boys basketball
Ayyappan scored 17 points, including the go-ahead layup off a steal with more than a minute remaining, as the Bruins posted a 57-56 win Friday at highly ranked Broken Arrow.
Taleyah Jones, Broken Arrow girls basketball
Jones had 26 points, 11 coming in the first quarter, as the Lady Tigers registered a 58-51 win at home Friday against Bartlesville.
Jessa Gilyard, Victory Christian girls basketball
Gilyard scored 31 points as the Lady Bulldogs, who trailed by seven after three quarters, rallied for a 53-52 win in overtime against Lincoln Christian on Tuesday.
Ben Moser, Norman North boys basketball
Moser had 18 points and grabbed five rebounds in the Timberwolves’ 59-41 win against crosstown rival Norman on Friday.
Aaliyah Henderson, Norman girls basketball
Henderson scored 17 points while grabbing five rebounds, coming up with eight steals and making four assists as the Lady Tigers defeated Norman North on Friday, 57-37.
Journey Armstead, Sand Springs girls basketball
Armstead led all scorers with 20 points as the Lady Sandites recorded a 64-30 win at Jenks on Tuesday.
Chase Martin, Jenks boys basketball
Martin had 15 points as the Trojans posted an 84-35 win at home on Tuesday against Sand Springs.
Luke Gray, Oklahoma Christian School boys basketball
Gray, a post player, scored 19 points in the Saints’ 53-52 overtime win Thursday against Community Christian School.
Sadie Thrailkill, Community Christian School girls basketball
Thrailkill had 17 points in her team’s 52-33 win against Oklahoma Christian School on Thursday.
Seth Rowan, Fort Gibson boys basketball
Rowan scored 13 points, including the go-ahead free throws in the final seconds, and also grabbed a defensive rebound as time expired in the Tigers’ 62-60 win Friday at Hilldale.
Addy Whiteley, Fort Gibson girls basketball
Whiteley, a freshman, totaled 19 points in the Lady Tigers’ 69-33 win at Hilldale on Friday.
Michael Wright, Porum boys basketball
Wright tallied 29 points as the Panthers recorded a 57-38 win against Canadian on Friday.
Jadon Cool, Holland Hall boys basketball
Cool finished with 22 points as the Dutch recorded a 60-43 win at Cascia Hall on Friday.
Stevie Stinchcomb, McAlester girls basketball
Stinchcomb had 19 points and was a perfect 10-of-10 from the free-throw line in the Lady Buffaloes’ 59-54 win Friday at Bishop Kelley.
Adante’ Holiman, McAlester boys basketball
Holiman finished with 39 points, 23 coming in the second half, and made three 3-pointers as the Buffaloes edged Bishop Kelley on Friday, 80-79.
Solomon Granderson, Victory Christian boys basketball
Granderson scored 19 points as the Conquerors defeated 4A No. 1 ranked Heritage Hall on Friday, 67-41.
Ryan Hart, Cyril boys basketball
Hart scored 30 points, all coming on 10 3-point baskets over the first three quarters, in his team’s 88-20 win against Chattanooga on Thursday.
Tiani Ellison, Silo girls basketball
Ellison finished with 42 points, grabbed 15 rebounds and blocked seven shots in the Lady Rebels’ 64-53 win against Valliant on Friday.
Racheal Watie, Roland girls basketball
Watie scored 17 points, and had the game-winning basket, in the Lady Rangers’ 41-40 win at Muldrow on Tuesday.
Ellie Martin, Sallisaw girls basketball
Martin had a double-double of 18 points and 10 rebounds as the Lady Diamonds defeated Poteau, 47-35, on Tuesday.
Lily Blankenship, Spiro girls basketball
Blankenship had 16 points and grabbed eight rebounds in the Lady Bulldogs’ 49-34 win against Checotah.
Jackson Obregon, Sallisaw boys basketball
Obregon had 17 points to lead the Black Diamonds in scoring in their 49-46 win against Poteau on Tuesday.
Allyssa Parker, Pocola girls basketball
Parker had 62 points in the Lady Indians’ three games at the Choctaw Nation Invitational Tournament in Talihina, including 21 in the championship game Saturday as Pocola defeated Roland, 61-35.