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By Buck Ringgold

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

Kieler Young, Broken Bow

Young scored 40 points and converted seven 3-point baskets while grabbing seven rebounds in the Savages' 78-60 win against McAlester on Friday.

Rickey Hunt Jr., Oklahoma City Millwood

Hunt had a double-double of 19 points and 11 rebounds while recording six assists in the Falcons' 66-63 win Friday against John Marshall.

Graham Tawwater, Bishop McGuinness

Tawwater had 30 points and 10 rebounds as the Fighting Irish prevailed, 83-62, against Santa Fe South on Friday. Tawwater also scored his 1,000th career point in that game.

Evan Crotts, Crossings Christian

Crotts scored 13 points and hit three 3's while grabbing five rebounds in the Knights' 49-47 win Friday against Oklahoma Christian School.

Tydonte Chester, Garber

Chester had 18 of his 21 points after halftime, including 12 in the final quarter, in the Wolverines' 69-56 win against Shattuck on Saturday.

Jael Torres, Hennessey

Torres had 13 of his team-high 18 points in the opening half as the Eagles posted a 56-34 win against Minco on Saturday.

Cahlese Lee, Edmond North

Lee scored 22 points in the Huskies' 69-51 win Friday at Southmoore.

E.J. Lewis, Owasso

Lewis scored 25 points as the Rams traveled to Bixby on Friday and came away with a 81-55 win. He had 20 of those points by halftime.

Ben Averitt, Jenks

Averitt finished with 21 points and grabbed eight rebounds as the Trojans outlasted Broken Arrow in double overtime, 63-60, on Friday.

Marquis Combs-Pierce, Norman

Combs-Pierce finished with 19 points, scoring seven second-quarter points, in the Tigers' 54-39 win against Edmond Santa Fe on Friday.

Tuvaris Noonan, Roland

Noonan led all scorers with 16 points as the Rangers edged Idabel on Saturday, 44-43.

Jaxon Blunt, Fort Gibson

Blunt scored 31 points as the Tigers outlasted Wagoner in overtime Friday, 43-40, a game in which they trailed 23-3 in the second quarter.

Javontae Campbell, Muskogee

Campbell scored 30 points, 14 of those coming in the opening quarter, as the Roughers posted a 61-52 win Friday against Tulsa Union.

Konnor Wight, Muldrow

Wight scored 22 points and hit five 3-point baskets as the Bulldogs recorded a home win against Checotah on Friday, 67-41.

Hunter Dearman, Oktaha

Dearman scored 17 points and hit five 3-pointers as the Tigers posted a 56-51 win Friday against Vian.

Tyler Day, Mannford

Day turned in a 24-point performance as the Pirates prevailed against Cleveland on Friday, 56-49.

Brayden Dutton, Yukon

Dutton scored 24 points as the Millers posted a 62-50 win Friday against Westmoore.

Jordan England, Midwest City Carl Albert

England scored 18 points as the Titans edged Piedmont on Friday, 55-51.

Lucas Lechlider, Verdigris

Lechlider scored 30 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the Cardinals' 90-65 win Friday against Oologah.

Daylan Jarrard, Webbers Falls

Jarrard scored 23 points and made six 3-pointers, five coming in the opening half, as the Warriors defeated McCurtain, 55-45.

Geral Washington, Midway

Washington had 23 points in his team's 82-44 win Friday against Graham-Dustin. He also had 20 points in Midway's 70-25 win against Butner on Thursday.

Greyson Lewallen, Catoosa

Lewallen turned in a 23-point performance and also had three steals and two assists in the Indians' 57-52 win at Locust Grove on Friday.

Caylen Goff-Brown, Tulsa Central

Goff-Brown scored 27 points as the Braves posted an 84-68 win Friday against crosstown foe Webster.

Isaac McDoulett, Tuttle

McDoulett had 16 points, six rebounds, five assists and a block in the Tigers' 47-22 win Friday against Elgin.

Michael Wright, Porum

Wright had 30 points as the Panthers recorded a 58-38 win against Gans on Friday.

Michal Wooldridge, Bethany

Wooldridge scored 17 points while he grabbed 11 rebounds as the Bronchos posted a 52-47 win Friday against Heritage Hall.

Arzhonte Dallas, Lawton MacArthur

Dallas turned in a 22-point performance Friday as the Highlanders recorded a 69-63 win against Ardmore.

Dylan Hight, Perry

Hight scored 24 points, 12 of those coming in the second quarter, in the Maroons' 60-35 win Thursday against Riverside.

Keivon Hudson, Midwest City

Hudson scored 17 points and hit three 3-pointers in the second quarter as the Bombers rallied from an early deficit to win at Putnam City West on Tuesday, 55-48.

Tobyn Snow, Deer Creek-Lamont

Snow ended up with 15 points in helping his team to a 40-36 win Thursday against Burlington.

Jaylen Melton, Braggs

Melton had 22 points and also had 10 assists in his team's 73-34 win against Bokoshe on Thursday.

Parker Friedrichsen, Bixby

Friedrichsen scored 34 points and hit nine 3's in the Spartans' 80-71 win against Sand Springs on Tuesday.

Jackson Feely, Alva

Feely scored 19 points as the Goldbugs recorded a 52-38 win at Woodward on Tuesday.

Aaron Potter, Tulsa Booker T. Washington

Potter scored 17 points as the Hornets posted a 66-61 home win Tuesday against Broken Arrow.

Devon Tre Davis, El Reno

Davis, a freshman, made a putback shot as time expired to help the Indians defeat previously undefeated Kingfisher on Tuesday, 45-43.

Brayden Tatum, Allen

Tatum finshed with 21 points and hit six 3's as Allen edged Stuart on Tuesday, 44-42.

Blake Snowden, Lomega

Snowden scored 17 points in the Raiders' 74-26 win against Medford on Tuesday.

Adante' Holiman, McAlester

Holiman scored 43 points, made all 10 of his free-throw attempts, blocked two shots and even threw down a game-ending dunk in the Buffaloes' 76-60 win against Ada on Tuesday.

Dayton Forsythe, Dale

Forsythe scored the game-winning basket as the Pirates defeated Newcastle in double overtime on Tuesday, 56-54.

Brayden Stover, Okarche

Stover finished with a double-double of 26 points and 10 rebounds while making two 3-pointers in the Warriors' 62-40 win Tuesday against Crescent.

Buddy Hammer, Westville

Hammer finished with 22 points in the Yellowjackets' 65-40 win against Colcord on Thursday.