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March 20, 2013

Oklahoma showcase

The women’s NCAA tournament is chalked full of in-state talent, proving that high school basketball in our state is as good as it gets.


Talent on display

Each Division I program in women’s basketball in Oklahoma is represented with in-state talent from the varsity level. See which former high school standouts will be competing in this year’s NCAA tournament:

- Tulsa: Kadan Brady (Healdton), Ashley Clark (Midwest City), Kelsee Grovey (Shawnee), Taleya Mayberry (Booker T. Washington), Mariah Turner (Norman North), Antoinet Webster (Western Heights).

- Oral Roberts: Emma Gade (Stillwater), Taylor Cooper (Shawnee), Christian Key (Victory Christian), Kevi Luper (Adair), Elisabeth Daniels (Tuttle), Jaci Bigham (McAlester), Jenni Bryan (Coweta), Felecia Achilefu (East Central).

- Oklahoma State: Kamri Anderson (Booker T. Washington), Liz Donohoe (Edmond North), LaShawn Jones (Putnam City), Kendra Suttles (Lawton), Morgan Toben (Owasso), Toni Young (Del City).

- Oklahoma: Sharane Campbell (Star Spencer), Kaylon Williams (Midwest City).

In-state players at out-of-state schools:

- Fresno State: Toni Smith (Del City), Taylor Thompson (Cache).

- Kansas: Angel Goodrich (Sequoyah).

- Texas A&M: Courtney Walker (Edmond Santa Fe).

- Wichita State: Alie Decker (Edmond Memorial).

- Prairie View A&M: Deanna Moore (Muskogee).

- UCLA: Alyssia Brewer (Sapulpa).

- Duke: Richa Jackson (Midwest City).

- South Carolina: Ashley Bruner (Norman).

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