Collinsville and Owasso place two each in OCA All-State football game | Sports

Class 5A state champion Collinsville and Owasso each had the maximum two selections on the East roster for the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State game scheduled for 7 p.m. July 29 at a venue TBD.

The OCA announced the lists of all states on Tuesday.

Collinsville will have two offensive players – quarterback Andrew Carney and wide receiver Oscar Hammond. Additionally, assistant Tom Redding will serve as the East’s head coach.

Carney had 2,144 yards and 34 touchdowns — 17 passing and rushing. Hammond had 51 catches for 1,165 yards and 18 touchdowns. He also rushed for three touchdowns.

Representing Owasso will be defensive lineman Michael Jamerson and defensive back Brandon Ramsey Jr. Jamerson, a Southeast Missouri State signee, had 28 tackles and nine rushing quarterbacks while Ramsey had 32 tackled with two interceptions.

Also with two selections in the East are state champions Jenks (6AI), Bixby (6AII) and Holland Hall (3A) plus Dewar, Pawhuska and Sand Springs.

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QB: Ty Pennington, Sand Springs; Andrew Carney, Collinsville; Jameson Ross, Dewar. AR: Braylin Presley, Bixby; Antonio “Junior” Smith, union. WR: Oscar Hammond, Collinsville; Khelil Deere, Eufaula; Joe Overstreet, Hominy; Glenny Jones, Jenks; Kyron DowningVinita. TE: Flynn Sage, Cascia Hall; Dean Odom, Post. OL: Davis Dotson, Berryhill; Myles Branson, Seminole; Dawson Rudd, Claremore Sequoyah; Gabe Grazier, Oologah; Tylor Maldonado, Dewar; Brennon Carter, Tecumseh; Maddox Calvert, Sapulpa.

DL: Michael Jamerson, Owasso; Ethan Grimett, Claremore; Gabe Brown, Sand Springs; Fred Watson, Wagon; Lesharo Wildcat, Pawhuska; Colemon Thurber, Jenks; Michael Brown, Tonkawa. LB: Jack Puckett, Bixby; Xavier Lackey, Vian; Chase Faber, McAlester; Zane Woodham, Holland Hall; Cordon Dobrinski, Bristow. DB: Brandon Ramsey Jr., Owasso; Kyron Grayson, Beggs; RJ Spears-Jennings, Broken Arrow; Ethan Roush, Holland Hall; Bobby Belew, Pryor; Dalton Hurd, Pawhuska.

Coaches: Tom Redding, Collinsville (head); Brett Jones, Bristow; Jarrett Hurt, Claremore; Mike Odom, Post.

QB: Ben Harman, Cashion; Carson May, Jones; Karsen Williams, Anadarko. DR: Daylan Thompson, Elk City; Nate Jones, Clinton; Jamathan Pippin, Timberlake. WR: Gavin Freeman, Heritage Hall; Marcus Dockins Jr., Moore; Lincoln Smith, Blanchard; Trevor Wardrip, Noble. TE: Andre Dollar, Mustang. OL: Jacob Sexton, Deer Creek; Tyler Whiteley, Mustang; Luc Clement, Minco; Alex Perdomo, El Reno; Charles Fleming, Carl Albert; Braxtyn Sanford, Sulphur; Troy Pearman, Okla. Christian Academy. Athlete: Will Bergner, Marlow. K: Jace Gilbert, Marlow.

FROM: Daris Hampton, Del City; Parrish Terry, Tuttle. DT: Chris Shaputis, Guthrie; Josh Koranda, Norman North. DL: Ahlonzo Henderson, Millwood; Jaden Hall, Balko-Forgan; Seth Spady, Hinton. LB: Brayden Johnson, Ringling; Duncan Parham, Norman North; Caden Powell, Clinton; Lebron Jones, Edmond North; Caden Pickens, Plainview. DB: Corey Gordon, Putnam West; Jocelyn Malaska, Bethany; Jevian Jones, Deer Creek; Xavier Thomas, MWC Carl Albert; Jordan Mosley, Lone Grove.

Coaches: Brad Ballard, Tuttle (Lead); Brian Severin, Timberlake; Ray Headley, Anadarko; Robert Jones, Del City.

barry.lewis@tulsaworld.com


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