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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.

Camille Pritchard, Bristow

Pritchard scored 24 points as she also topped 1,000 points for her career as the Lady Pirates picked up a 58-51 win against Tulsa McLain in the Class 4A district playoffs on Saturday.

Jaylee Lopez, Idabel

Lopez scored a game-high 26 points as the Lady Warriors won their Class 3A district playoff on Saturday, 72-30, against Antlers.

Jenna Whiteley, Fort Gibson

Whiteley ended up with 20 points and made six 3-pointers as the Lady Tigers picked up a 59-45 win against Sallisaw Saturday in the 4A district playoffs.

Bradi Harman, Strother

Harman turned in a 21-point performance as Strother posted a 56-50 win against previously undefeated Webbers Falls to win its Class A regional championship on Saturday.

Kennedi Wight, Muldrow

Wight finished with 18 points and also grabbed seven rebounds as the Lady Bulldogs posted a 28-21 win against Wagoner in the 4A districts Saturday.

Alexis Foster, Warner

Foster had a game-high 24 points as the Lady Eagles recorded a 55-26 win against Nowata in the 2A district playoffs on Saturday.

Catyn Graham, Pittsburg

Graham had 16 points and converted four 3-pointers as Pittsburg picked up a 64-29 win against LeFlore to win its Class B regional championship on Saturday.

Linley Collins, Whitesboro

Collins finished with a team-high 18 points as Whitesboro posted a 48-37 win against McCurtain in the Class B regional title game on Saturday.

Allyssa Parker, Pocola

In Parker's postseason debut, the freshman scored 31 points as the Lady Indians defeated Central Sallisaw, 67-37, in Saturday's Class 2A district playoff.

Landry Allen, Tuttle

Allen turned in a 36-point performance and also had her 1,000th career point as the Lady Tigers downed Chickasha, 68-16, in Saturday's 4A district playoff.

Josie Megehee, Bethel

In her first career playoff game, the freshman had a double-double of 20 points and 10 rebounds along with six assists and four steals in the Lady Wildcats' 66-23 win against Atoka in the 3A districts.

Bekah Bunch, Oktaha

Bunch scored 21 points as the Lady Tigers defeated Vian, 61-41, in the 2A district playoffs on Friday.

A'munique Holmes, Putnam City

Holmes led her team with 28 points in Putnam City's win against Enid on Friday.

Thessaly Pfeifer, Woodward

Pfeifer scored a game-high 24 points as the Lady Bombers got a 56-32 win against Elk City in Friday's Class 4A district playoff.

Chrissen Harland, Stillwater

Harland turned in 22 points in the Lady Pioneers' 82-52 win Friday against Edmond Deer Creek.

Maebry Shields, Perry

Shields had 23 points and made seven 3-pointers as Perry beat Sperry, 58-36, in Friday's 3A district playoff.

Kenzli Warden, Tecumseh

Warden led her team with 17 points as the Lady Savages won their 4A district playoff Friday at Poteau, 58-27. She also grabbed nine rebounds and came up with five steals.

Baylor Franz, Edmond Memorial

Franz turned in a 20-point performance in the Lady Bulldogs' 41-40 win against Norman on Friday.

Carly Watkins, Heavener

Watkins finished with 14 points as the Lady Wolves won their Class 3A district playoff, 45-29, against Checotah on Friday.

Mykah Osborne, Eufaula

Osborne turned in a team-high 17 points, including scoring all 12 of her team's points in the first quarter, as the Lady Ironheads held off Kellyville, 42-40, in the 3A districts on Friday.

Aunisty Smith, Tulsa Booker T. Washington

Smith had a team-high 15 points in the Lady Hornets' 37-35 win at home Friday against Owasso.

Makenzie Malham, Tulsa Union

Malham scored 19 points and had two 3's in the Lady Redhawks' 57-40 win Friday at Broken Arrow.

Catlin King, Hilldale

King had 20 points and made four 3-pointers in the third quarter as the Lady Hornets posted a 53-30 win against Tulsa McLain in Friday's 4A district playoff.

Stailee Heard, Sapulpa

Heard led her team with 24 points in the Lady Chieftains' 53-34 win against Muskogee on Friday.

Darianna Littlepage-Buggs, Classen SAS

The McDonald's All-American scored all 21 of her points in the second half and also grabbed 16 rebounds as the Lady Comets rallied to upend previously undefeated Edmond North, 58-56, in a highly anticipated showdown between state title contenders on Thursday.

Jill Twiehaus, Jenks

Twiehaus scored 33 points and made nine 3-point baskets as the Lady Trojans picked up a 53-42 win at Bartlesville on Thursday.

Laci Steele, Edmond North

Steele ended up with 23 points as the Lady Huskies defeated Edmond Memorial on Tuesday, 57-47.

Azya Poole, Midwest City Carl Albert

Poole had a team-high 12 points in the Lady Titans' 46-33 win against Shawnee on Tuesday.

Gracy Wernli, Bixby

Wernli scored 25 points as the Lady Spartans recorded a 71-29 win against Muskogee on Tuesday.

Morgan Borgstadt, Verdigris

Borgstadt had 27 points and grabbed six rebounds in the Lady Cardinals' 45-36 win in their regular-season finale Tuesday against Inola.

Racheal Watie, Roland

Watie scored 24 points in the Lady Rangers' regular-season finale Tuesday, 56-43, against Sallisaw.

Stevie Stinchcomb, McAlester

Stinchcomb scored 30 points as the Lady Buffaloes recorded a 67-43 win Tuesday against Hugo.