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Congratulations to Tulsa Booker T. Washington boys basketball shooting guard Aaron Potter for being voted SBLive’s Oklahoma High School Athlete of the Week for Jan. 3-9!

The senior was named the MVP of the ConocoPhillips/Arvest Invitational in Bartlesville. He had 11 points in the title game, as the Hornets outlasted Bartlesville, 56-51, and also had 13 points in a semifinal win against Midwest City Carl Albert.

Potter received 52.06% of the vote, beating out Muldrow's Trenden Collins who finished second with 32.43%. Muldrow's Cailey Grinstead finished third with 14.51% and Pocola's Ian Hardwick finished fourth with 0.33%. There were over 51,000 votes tallied this week!

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Here are the other athletes who were nominated for Jan. 3-9:

Camille Pritchard, Bristow girls basketball

Pritchard was in double figures in all three games in the Henryetta Tournament, as the Lady Pirates claimed the championship. She also had a double-double of 19 points and 11 rebounds in their semifinal win against Metro Christian and 16 points and 10 boards in the title game win against Okemah.

Myka Brady, Rush Springs girls basketball

Brady scored 17 points, 12 of those coming in the fourth quarter, to help Rush Springs to a 31-24 win against Waurika in the title game of the Black Diamond Classic, held at Rush Springs.

Devynn Harris, Amber-Pocasset girls basketball

Harris, a senior, scored 20 points as the Lady Panthers claimed the Western Equipment Classic championship in Arapaho, beating Arapaho-Butler, 47-30.

Maddox Mecklenburg, Kingfisher boys basketball

A junior, Mecklenburg was named the MVP in the Wheat Capital Tournament, scoring 13 points as the Yellowjackets edged Alma in the title game, 41-39. Mecklenburg had 15 points in the team’s 58-43 semifinal win against Oklahoma City John Marshall.

Joshua Udoumoh, Victory Christian boys basketball

Udoumoh had 32 points and seven rebounds as the Conquerors posted a 57-49 win at home Friday against Holland Hall.

Elise Hill, Holland Hall girls basketball

Hill turned in a 16-point outing on Friday as the Dutch posted a 65-35 win against Victory Christian.

Darianna Littlepage-Buggs, Classen SAS girls basketball

Littlepage-Buggs scored 20 points as Classen SAS won the title game at the Putnam City Invitational with a 58-46 win against Putnam City West. She was also selected as the tournament’s MVP.

Trenden Collins, Muldrow boys basketball

Collins scored 20 points, had eight rebounds and came up with four steals as the Bulldogs defeated Roland, 54-41, to claim the Armstrong Bank Sequoyah County Area Classic championship. He also had 19 points in the Bulldogs’ semifinal win against Vian.

Allyssa Parker, Pocola girls basketball

Parker scored 24 points as the Lady Indians posted a 60-36 win at Spiro on Jan. 7. She also had 14 points in a 65-38 win against Panama on Jan. 6 and 10 points in a 67-22 win against Talihina on Jan. 4.

Adante’ Holiman, McAlester boys basketball

Holiman scored 28 points, grabbed six rebounds and made three steals as the Buffaloes outlasted Blanchard, 64-60, in the title game of the Dental Lodge Classic in Noble. He was named the tournament’s MVP.

Meredith Mayes, Bixby girls basketball

Mayes scored 14 points and had nine rebounds and five blocked shots as the Lady Spartans posted a 39-29 win at Broken Arrow on Jan. 4.

Connor Dow, Broken Arrow boys basketball

Dow scored 15 points, all in the second half, and all coming on five 3-point baskets as the Tigers rallied from a halftime deficit to beat Bixby, 71-60, on Jan. 4.

Taleyah Jones, Broken Arrow girls basketball

Jones had three double-digit scoring performances to help the Lady Tigers claim the ConocoPhillips/Arvest Invitational in Bartlesville. In a semifinal win against Bishop Kelley, Jones had her 1,000th career point as part of a 30-point performance. Then, she scored 26 points in a 59-49 win against Midwest City Carl Albert for the championship.

Caden Fry, Owasso boys basketball

Fry scored 18 points as the Rams posted a 65-60 win against Muskogee on Jan. 4.

Ian Hardwick, Pocola boys basketball

Hardwick had 19 points as the Indians defeated Talihina, 54-46, on Jan. 4, and then had 19 points two nights later as Pocola posted a 55-44 win against Panama and 14 points in a 51-37 win against Spiro.

Stevie Stinchcomb, McAlester girls basketball

Stinchcomb was named the MVP of the Dental Lodge Classic tournament in Noble. She had 22 points, five rebounds and five steals in the title game, a 52-41 win against Duncan.

Dylan Warlick, Edmond North boys basketball

Warlick scored 22 points in the championship game of the Putnam City Invitational, as the Huskies posted a 54-42 win against Moore. He had 14 of those points in the first half as Warlick also took home MVP honors.

Terry McMorris, Del City boys basketball

McMorris scored 23 points and grabbed eight rebounds as the Eagles prevailed, 61-52, against Edmond Santa Fe in the title game of the Bishop McGuinness Classic. McMorris was named the tournament’s MVP.

Seldon Stover, Owasso girls basketball

Stover had 17 points as the Lady Rams posted a 50-40 win against Muskogee on Jan. 4.

Braylee Dale, Perry girls basketball

Dale was named tournament MVP for the second straight season at the Wheat Capital Classic in Enid, the latter coming when the Lady Maroons edged Jones, 40-39, in the championship game.

Dayton Forsythe, Dale boys basketball

Forsythe scored 34 points as the Pirates claimed the Kingston Tournament title with a 54-43 win against Kingston. He was also named the tournament’s MVP.

Skylar Stevens, Nowata boys basketball

Stevens scored a team-high 18 points as the Ironmen posted a 49-44 win against Chelsea to win the John Michael Humler Memorial Tournament title at Chelsea.

Justin Wormell, Bishop Kelley boys basketball

Wormell had 25 points and made four 3’s as the Comets edged Fort Gibson, 61-60, on Jan. 4.

Brannon Westmoreland, Haskell boys basketball

Westmoreland had 30 points, 10 coming in the fourth quarter, and made five 3’s and grabbed 10 rebounds as the Haymakers defeated Midway, 60-57, on Jan. 4.

Stailee Heard, Sapulpa girls basketball

Heard had 30 points and 11 rebounds as the Lady Chieftains posted a 55-36 win against Jenks on Jan. 4. She also was named the MVP of the Lincoln Christian Winter Classic as the Lady Chieftains defeated Lincoln Christian in the title game.

Brayson Lawson, Hilldale boys basketball

Lawson had a team-high 24 points as the Hornets posted a 72-60 win against Okmulgee on Jan. 3.

Cailey Grinstead, Muldrow girls basketball

Grinstead had 13 points, eight rebounds and three steals as the Lady Bulldogs won the Armstrong Bank Sequoyah County Area Classic, defeating Roland, 47-41. She also had 15 points in Muldrow’s semifinal win against Sallisaw.

Cruz Goff, Blackwell boys wrestling

Goff scored 26 points for his team in helping the Maroons win the team title at the Cushing Tiger Invitational. He also won first place in the 195-pound weight class with three decisions and a pin-fall, including a 5-4 decision in the championship match.

Hudson Beckley, Broken Arrow boys wrestling

Beckley scored 33.5 team points as the Tigers claimed first place at the Inola Tournament. He also won first place in the 106-pound weight class, getting three pin-fall victories, including one in 53 seconds in the title match.

Lane Parks, Yukon boys wrestling

Parks scored 28 points for his team as the Millers won the team title at the Jenks Invitational. He took first place in the 285-pound weight class, winning three pin-falls and one decision, and got the title by pinning his opponent in 1:42.