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By Buck Ringgold

Listed below are some of the top stars and best performances last week in Oklahoma high school girls basketball. If you know of a top performer we should include, please let us know in the comments.

Jordan Harrison, Classen SAS

Harrison set a single-game Oklahoma 5-on-5 scoring record with 74 points in the Lady Comets' 99-26 win against Northwest Classen. She was 27-of-54 from the field, made 14 3-pointers and also came up with 12 steals.

Carrigan Hill, Tulsa Booker T. Washington

Hill had 14 of her 18 points in the first half to help pace the Lady Hornets to a 61-48 win against Owasso. She also hit four 3's.

Rachel Avedon, Bishop Kelley

Avedon scored 17 points as the Lady Comets registered a 46-26 win against Bishop McGuinness Saturday at the Paycom Center in Oklahoma City.

Aaliyah Henderson, Norman

Henderson scored 11 of her 19 points by halftime, including the Lady Tigers' first eight points, as Norman edged Moore on Friday, 54-53.

Tatum Havens, Tahlequah

Havens scored 20 points, 15 in the first half, and converted six 3-pointers to help the Lady Tigers past Skiatook on Friday, 77-15.

Hallie Kitchens, Broken Arrow

Kitchens hit a game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer to help the Lady Tigers to a 38-37 win at Tulsa Union on Friday.

Brook Shelly, Cashion

Shelly scored 18 points as the Lady Wildcats posted a 65-45 win against Wynnewood on Saturday.

Lauren Lamb, Cashion

Lamb had 21 points on Friday as the Lady Wildcats recorded a 63-36 win against Wellston.

Morgan Borgstadt, Verdigris

Borgstadt scored 23 points and also grabbed six rebounds to help the Lady Cardinals to a 36-21 win Friday against Jay.

Zya Vann, Southmoore

Vann scored 23 points and also had seven rebounds and three steals as the Lady Sabercats defeated Stillwater, 55-46, on Tuesday.

Adrianna Brinkley, Tulsa Central

Brinkley had 14 points as the Lady Braves edged Wagoner on Saturday, 47-45.

Nicoe Knighten, Tulsa Central

Knighten scored 12 points in the Lady Braves' 40-29 win against Tulsa McLain on Thursday.

Lynzi Kelley, Haskell

Kelley had eight of her 21 points in the opening quarter as the Lady Haymakers posted a 73-42 win against Okmulgee on Friday.

Gracie Burckhartzmeyer, Wagoner

Burckhartzmeyer had 11 points as the Lady Bulldogs turned in a 46-35 win at Sallisaw on Tuesday.

Brittany Welch, Porter

Welch scored 20 points and was 8-of-9 from the free-throw line as the Lady Pirates defeated Ketchum on Tuesday, 55-35.

Samantha Shanks, Webbers Falls

Shanks had 15 points, 11 in the first quarter, as the Lady Warriors defeated Gore on Tuesday, 76-19.

Linzi Foutch, Fort Gibson

Foutch had 12 points and eight rebounds as the Lady Tigers posted a 64-26 win against Catoosa on Tuesday.

Alex Collins, Okay

Collins had 28 of her 30 points in the first half in the Lady Mustangs' 64-38 win against Haskell on Thursday, and had 26 points a night later in Okay's 61-35 win against Gore.

Mika Scott, Pocola

Scott scored 14 points as the Lady Indians stayed undefeated after a 54-24 win at Wilburton on Tuesday.

Idaysia Mills, McCurtain

Mills had a team-high 17 points as McCurtain posted a 53-41 win Tuesday at Buffalo Valley.

Stevie Stinchcomb, McAlester

Stinchcomb had a team-high 22 points as the Lady Buffaloes defeated Bishop Kelley on Tuesday, 60-46.