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Eagles, Titans earn all-conference honors

Carl Albert’s Jordan England passes to a teammate March 10 during the Class 5A state semifinals against Holland Hall. PHOTO BY JEFF HARRISON

By Jeff Harrison
Midwest City Beacon 

Del City and Carl Albert boys were the best in Class 5A this season.

And in the Suburban Conference.

The Eagles and Titans cleaned up in the conference awards that were announced last week.

Del City’s Brandon Garrison was voted the Conference Player the Year. The Oklahoma State signee led the Eagles to a 21-6 record and a Class 5A state title. Garrison led the team with 15.9 points, 10 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game.

Senior Jamouri McCalister was named the Defensive Player of the Year. He averaged 1.6 steals and 4.6 rebounds per game.

Percy Green was named to the first team. The senior guard scored 13.8 points per game while shooting nearly 60 % from the field. McCalister was a third team selection.

The Eagles won the Suburban Conference with a perfect 6-0 record in conference play.

Carl Albert senior Jordan England and junior Quincy Hopkins were both picked for the all-conference first team. Hopkins averaged 14.9 points and shot 32.8% from 3-point range. England scored 13.8 points per game and had 107 assists this season and was named to the All-Defense Team.

Jayden Mott was a Second Team selection. The junior averaged 8.2 points and 6.5 rebounds per game.

The Titans finished the year 23-5 and state runner-up in 5A.

Both teams had players earn Honorable Mention. They included: Carl Albert: Ryan Reynolds, Casey Baker, Hutch Russell; and Del City: Damarious Vealy, Jaylon Wiley, Dkalen Godwin, DeShawn Long, Jaedon Foreman.

Piedmont’s Brandon Jackson was named the Coach of the Year, and Jeremiah Weay was the Newcomer of the Year.

Del City’s Jamouri McCalister shoots a layup at the state tournament March 10 during a semifinal game against Tulsa Memorial. PHOTO BY JEFF HARRISON

Suburban Conference Awards

Player of the Year – Brandon Garrison (Del City); Defensive Player of the Year: Jamouri McCalister (Del City); Newcomer of the Year: Jeremiah Weay (Piedmont); Coach of the Year: Brandon Jackson (Piedmont).

First Team
Jordan England (Carl Albert), Quincy Hopkins (Carl Albert), Percy Green (Del City), Carter RomanNose (El Reno), Jeremiah Weay (Piedmont).

Second Team
James Reveles (El Reno), Brandon Harper (Noble), Braydon Morgan (Guthrie), Nate Benford (Guthrie), Jayden Mott (Carl Albert).

All Defensive Team
Jordan England (Carl Albert), Jeremiah Weay (Piedmont), Jaylen Chelf (Guthie), Evan RomanNose (El Reno), Colin Fisher (Noble).

Honorable Mention
Ryan Reynold (Carl Albert), Hutch Russell (Carl Albert), Casey Baker (Carl Albert), Damarious Vealy (Del City), Jaylon Wiley (Del City), Dkalen Godwin (Del City), DeShawn Long (Del City), Jaedon Foreman (Del City), Diante Palmer (El Reno), Evan RomanNose (El Reno), Matt Tofpi (El Reno), Jaylen Harper (Guthrie), Jaylen Chelf (Guthrie), Logan Kirby (Noble), Noah Golish (Noble), Nate Standridge (Noble), Hudson Hite (Piedmont), Colton Sydnes (Piedmont), JJ McClain (Shawnee).

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