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By Buck Ringgold

Here are the candidates for SBLive Oklahoma’s high school athlete of the week for Feb. 14-20. Read through the nominees and cast your vote. Voting will conclude Sunday at 11:59 p.m. If you would like to make a nomination in a future week, email

Editor’s Note: Our Athlete of the Week feature and corresponding poll is intended to be fun, and we do not set limits on how many times a fan can vote during the competition. However, we do not allow votes that are generated by script, macro or other automated means. Athletes that receive votes generated by script, macro or other automated means will be disqualified.

Camille Pritchard, Bristow girls basketball

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 girls basketball

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 girls basketball

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 girls basketball

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 girls basketball

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 girls basketball

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 girls basketball

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 girls basketball

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 girls basketball

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 girls basketball

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 girls basketball

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 girls basketball

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

A'munique Holmes, Putnam City girls basketball

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

Thessaly Pfeifer, Woodward girls basketball

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 girls basketball

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

Maebry Shields, Perry girls basketball

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

Kenzli Warden, Tecumseh girls basketball

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 girls basketball

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

Carly Watkins, Heavener girls basketball

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

Mykah Osborne, Eufaula girls basketball

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 girls basketball

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

Makenzie Malham, Tulsa Union girls basketball

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

Catlin King, Hilldale girls basketball

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 girls basketball

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

Darianna Littlepage-Buggs, Classen SAS girls basketball

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 girls basketball

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 girls basketball

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

Azya Poole, Midwest City Carl Albert girls basketball

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

Gracy Wernli, Bixby girls basketball

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

Morgan Borgstadt, Verdigris girls basketball

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 girls basketball

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

Stevie Stinchcomb, McAlester girls basketball

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

Caylen Goff-Brown, Tulsa Central boys basketball

Goff-Brown had 28 points as he also hit the 1,500-point barrier for his career as the Braves defeated Bristow, 86-51, Saturday in the Class 4A district playoff. He also made four 3-point baskets.

Austin Frazier, Cashion boys basketball

Frazier had an 18-point performance as the Wildcats prevailed against Stroud, 85-42, Saturday in the 2A district playoff.

Dayton Forsythe, Dale boys basketball

Forsythe scored 17 points as the Pirates won their Class 2A district playoff, 73-39, against Colbert on Saturday.

Jace Hunter, Buffalo Valley boys basketball

Hunter scored 26 points in his team's 57-50 win against Pittsburg in the Class B regional championship game Saturday.

Sebastian Perry, Heritage Hall boys basketball

Perry turned in a team-high 14 points as the Chargers posted a 78-45 win against Harding Charter in the Class 4A district playoffs on Saturday.

Tyler McCarthey, Tuttle boys basketball

McCarthey led the Tigers with 17 points and also had a double-double with 11 rebounds along with three assists in Tuttle's 50-25 win against Chickasha in the 4A district playoffs on Saturday.

Chase Byrne, Alex boys basketball

Byrne had 19 of his team's 29 points as the Longhorns edged Lookeba-Sickles, 29-28, to win their Class B regional consolation championship on Saturday, advancing to the area round.

Bryce Tackett, Panama boys basketball

Tackett had 22 points as the Razorbacks registered a 58-50 win at Hartshorne on Saturday in the Class 2A districts.

Caden Williard, Porter boys basketball

Williard scored eight points to help the Pirates advance to the Class A area tournament after a 29-21 win Saturday against Webbers Falls in the regional consolation finals.

Ian Hardwick, Pocola boys basketball

Hardwick led the Indians with 14 points in their 58-23 win Saturday against Central Sallisaw in the 2A district playoffs.

Hayden McElyea, Warner boys basketball

McElyea finished with a game-high 15 points as the Eagles defeated Nowata on Saturday, 47-42, in the Class 2A district playoffs.

Jaxon Blunt, Fort Gibson boys basketball

Blunt had 21 points and converted all four of his free-throw attempts in the fourth quarter in the Tigers' 72-62 win against Sallisaw in the 4A districts on Saturday.

Diezel Davis, Okay boys basketball

Davis had a 21-point outing as Okay posted a 55-53 win against Riverfield in Friday's Class A regional semifinals.

Zane Harbaugh, Owasso boys basketball

Harbaugh scored 10 of his 13 points in the fourth quarter as the Rams won at Booker T. Washington on Friday, 67-60.

Jacobi Sebock, Midwest City boys basketball

Sebock scored a team-high 21 points as the Bombers held off Putnam City West on Friday, 67-64. He also had 19 points in Midwest City's 52-40 win Tuesday against Ponca City.

Damarious Vealy, Del City boys basketball

Vealy hit a buzzer-beating 3-point basket as the Eagles prevailed in their regular-season finale Friday, 49-46, against Midwest City Carl Albert.

Tymier Adkins-Freeman, Crooked Oak boys basketball

Adkins-Freeman scored 26 points on Friday in his team's 56-48 win against Star-Spencer in the 3A districts. In addition, Adkins-Freeman scored his 1,500th career point in that game.

Connor Dow, Broken Arrow boys basketball

Dow had 29 points and made five 3-pointers in the opening quarter Friday as the Tigers rolled past Tulsa Union, 89-49.

Kieler Young, Broken Bow boys basketball

Young scored 33 points while adding five rebounds and five assists in the Savages' 67-61 4A district playoff win against Byng on Friday.

Jase Edwards, Tecumseh boys basketball

Edwards led all scorers with 35 points, 19 in the second half, as the Savages posted a 74-40 win at Poteau on Friday in the 4A district playoffs. He also hit six 3's and went 7-of-9 from the free-throw line.

Brant Teague, Verdigris boys basketball

Teague scored 20 points as the Cardinals defeated Skiatook, 69-41, in the Class 4A district playoffs on Friday.

DD Coleman, Ardmore boys basketball

Coleman scored 26 points, 19 of those in the second half, as the Tigers outlasted McAlester on Friday, 91-86.

Isaac Williams, Putnam City boys basketball

Williams scored 25 points in the Pirates' 64-58 win against Enid on Friday.

Zach Chavez, Woodward boys basketball

Chavez had 21 points in the Boomers' 76-54 win Friday against Elk City in the Class 4A districts.

Max Hamra, Edmond Deer Creek boys basketball

Hamra scored 24 points in the Antlers' 74-51 win against Stillwater on Friday.

Konnor Wight, Muldrow boys basketball

Wight scored 19 points and added two steals and a block as the Bulldogs held off Wagoner, 53-46, in Friday's 4A district playoff.

Logan Harper, Hilldale boys basketball

Harper had 20 points, 14 of those coming in the fourth quarter as he made all seven of his field-goal attempts in the Hornets' 53-47 win against Tulsa McLain in the 4A district playoff on Friday.

Javontae Campbell, Muskogee boys basketball

Campbell scored 20 points, 10 in the third quarter, in the Roughers' 55-45 win Friday against Sapulpa. He also had 20 points in his team's 58-57 win at Bixby on Tuesday.

JV Seat, Edmond Memorial boys basketball

Seat had a team-high 11 points in the Bulldogs' 40-30 win Friday against Norman.

Aiden Vaughn, Edmond Santa Fe boys basketball

Vaughn hit the game-winning basket as time expired as the Wolves defeated city rival Edmond North on Friday, 51-49.

Chris Brown, Catoosa boys basketball

Brown registered a double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds as the Indians defeated Pryor, 51-50, in the 4A district playoffs on Friday.

Bryson Cash, Perry boys basketball

Cash turned in a 13-point performance in the Maroons' 54-23 win against Sperry on Friday in the Class 3A districts.

Reid Lovelace, Crossings Christian boys basketball

Lovelace scored 21 points as he reached 1,500 points for his career, and also added eight steals in his team's 81-36 win against Cushing in Friday's 4A district playoff.

Cade Roady, Frederick boys basketball

Roady scored 32 points as he reached 1,000 points in his career in Frederick's 96-47 win against Marietta Friday in the 3A districts.

Ben Averitt, Jenks boys basketball

Averitt had 24 points and 13 rebounds in the Trojans' 56-52 win against Bartlesville on Thursday.

Zander Baker, Putnam City North boys basketball

Baker finished with 26 points as the Panthers posted an 80-40 win against Enid on Tuesday.

Jeremiah Johnson, Norman North boys basketball

Johnson had 14 of his 19 points in the first half and also made five 3's in the Timberwolves' 73-43 win Tuesday against Yukon.

Adante' Holiman, McAlester boys basketball

Holiman ended up with 31 points and recorded three steals in the Buffaloes' 71-56 win Tuesday against Hugo.

Codey Petree, Stilwell boys basketball

Petree had 15 points in the Indians' regular-season finale on Tuesday, a 46-37 win against Wagoner.

Logan Hayes, Inola boys basketball

Hayes made a game-winning shot at the buzzer as the Longhorns ended Verdigris' 10-game winning streak with a 51-49 win in both teams' regular-season finale Tuesday.

T.O. Barrett, Edmond North boys basketball

Barrett had 17 points as the Huskies got a 51-46 win against city rival Edmond Memorial on Tuesday.

Jordan England, Midwest City Carl Albert boys basketball

England scored a game-high 20 points as the Titans registered a 55-45 road win Tuesday at Shawnee.

Nora Weber, Edmond North girls swimming

Weber won the 500-yard freestyle event (5:05.44) and was part of the gold-medal winning 400 freestyle relay team (3:36.70) at Saturday's 6A state meet in Edmond, helping the Lady Huskies claim the 6A girls championship, the fourth in program history. Weber also finished third in the 200 freestyle.

Kelsey Healy, Edmond North girls swimming

Healy won first place in the 100 backstroke (58.22) and was part of the first-place 400 freestyle relay team (3:36.70) while also placing fourth in the 200 individual medley at Saturday's 6A state meet.

Sylvia Admire, Claremore girls swimming

Admire won two titles at Saturday's 6A state meet, the 100 freestyle (51.77) and the 200 freestyle (1:53.72).

Aidan Howze, Bartlesville girls swimming

Howze took first place in the 100 breaststroke (1:04.74) and the 200 individual medley (2:07.90) at Saturday's 6A state meet.

Marissa Williams, Jenks girls swimming

Williams claimed first place in the 100 butterfly (58.73) and was part of the 200 medley relay team that took gold (1:48.33) at Saturday's 6A state meet.

Ryan Short, Jenks boys swimming

Though he didn't win first place, Short's performance helped lift the Trojans to the 6A boys team championship at Saturday's 6A state meet in Edmond, the fourth straight state title for Jenks. Short finished second in both the 200 and 500 freestyle events, and also was on the 400 freestyle relay team that placed second.

Trenton vonHartitzsch, Tulsa Union boys swimming

Two gold medals were won by vonHartitzsch at Saturday's 6A state meet, the 100 freestyle (47.78) and the 100 breaststroke (56.48).

Ryan Healy, Edmond North boys swimming

Healy took first place in both the 200 individual medley (1:49.90) and the 500 freestyle (4:30.68) at the 6A state meet, and was on the gold-medal winning 400 freestyle relay squad (3:13.30).

Kade Couchman, Enid boys swimming

Couchman won both the 50 freestyle (21.04) and the 100 butterfly (50.63) while also being part of the gold-medal winning 200 freestyle relay squad (1:27.95) at Saturday's 6A state meet.

Piper McNeil, Shawnee girls swimming

McNeil set a state record by winning the 100 backstroke (55.41) and also set a 5A record in the 200 freestyle (1:51.13) at Friday's 5A state meet in Edmond, helping the Lady Wolves win the 5A girls title, their first in program history. McNeil was also part of the 200 medley relay squad that also captured gold (1:53.18).

Macy Lewis, Bishop McGuinness girls swimming

Lewis won the 100 butterfly (56.30) and the 200 individual medley (2:09.11) at Friday's 5A state meet, and was part of two first-place relay squads, the 200 freestyle (1:42.60) and the 400 freestyle (3:44.99).

Victoria Whitbeck, Bishop McGuinness girls swimming

Whitbeck took first place in the 500 freestyle (5:19.40) and was part of the gold-medal 200 freestyle (1:42.60) and 400 freestyle (3:44.99) relay teams at Friday's 5A state meet.

Canyon Bain, Altus boys swimming

Bain won two individual events at the 5A state meet, helping Altus claim the 5A boys team championship for the fourth time in program history. He won gold in the 100 butterfly (52.36) and the 100 breaststroke (58.79) and was part of the first-place 200 medley relay squad (1:42.86).

Jacob Perryman, Adair boys swimming

Perryman took two gold medals at Friday's 5A state meet, the 200 freestyle (1:45.31) and the 100 backstroke (52.52).

Owen Flynn, Heritage Hall boys swimming

Flynn became a four-time state champion in the 200 individual medley (1:58.62) at Friday's 5A state meet.

Shelby Kemp, Moore girls wrestling

Kemp won the 126-pound weight class at the girls West regional last weekend in Noble with four pin-falls, including 4:27 in the championship match. She also accounted for 26 points as the Lady Lions won the team title.

Nevaeh Tagg, Jay girls wrestling

Tagg won the 107 weight class at the girls East regional last weekend in Jay with four falls, the latter coming in 3:57 for the championship. She also accounted for 32 points as Jay claimed the team title.

Hunter Hollingsworth, Edmond North boys wrestling

Hollingsworth took first place in the 120 weight class at last weekend's 6A-West regional tournament at Southmoore High School. He had three pin-falls, and a 10-0 major decision in the championship match while scoring 29 points for the Huskies, who won the team title.

LaDarion Lockett, Stillwater boys wrestling

Lockett took first place in the 145 class at the 6A-East regional in Stillwater as he recorded three technical falls, including 16-1 in the championship match. He also accounted for 28.5 points as the Pioneers claimed the team title.

Cael Hughes, Stillwater boys wrestling

Hughes won the 126 class and also accounted for 28.5 points as Stillwater took the team title at the 6A-East regional. He won his matches via pin-fall, technical fall, major decision and a medical forfeit which allowed him to win the championship.

Hayden Simpson, Guthrie boys wrestling

Simpson claimed first place in the 220 class at last weekend's 5A-West regional in Duncan as he recorded four pin-falls, the latter in 1:41 for first place. He also accounted for 30 points to help Guthrie claim the team title.

Cole Brooks, Collinsville boys wrestling

Brooks captured the 145 class with four pin-falls, the latter coming in 3:11 to help the Cardinals also win the team title. He accounted for 30 points.

Harley Andrews, Tuttle boys wrestling

Andrews took first place in the 285 class by picking up three pin-falls, the latter coming in just 50 seconds for first place at last weekend's 4A-West regional in Clinton. He also scored 30 points to help the Tigers claim the team title.

Roman Garcia, Wagoner boys wrestling

Garcia won the 195 class with four pin-falls, the latter coming in 1:14 in the first place match at last weekend's 4A-East regional in Cushing. He scored 30 points as the Bulldogs claimed the team championship.

Case Rich, Marlow boys wrestling

Rich took first place in the 145 class with three pin-falls and two decisions, including a 6-2 decision in the title match at last weekend's 3A-West regional tournament in Plainview. He scored 30 points as the Outlaws captured the team title.

Gage Walker, Jay boys wrestling

Walker won the 120 class with four pin-falls, the latter coming in 3:37 for first place at last weekend's 3A-East regional in Jay. He also scored 30 points as Jay claimed the team title.