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Owasso Rams 

BOYS 

Coach: Brian Montonati 

18-19 Record: 16-10 

Head coach Brian Montonati calls his team, “extremely young with a tremendous upside.” Speaking to the youth of his team, coach Montonati could see this bunch mature before his eyes and be hitting on all cylinders come tournament time. Trenton Ellison (6-3, Jr.) leads the way at guard where he averaged 7.0 points and 3.0 rebounds as a sophomore. Kyler Mann (6-5, Jr.) averaged 4.0 points and 5.0 rebounds from his forward position a year ago. The pair make a great combination of athleticism and size. Sophomore forward Caden Fry (6-7, So.) is ready to make his presence felt at the varsity level. Aaron Potter (6-2, So.) could start at one of the guard spots leaving freshman EJ Lewis (5-10) to run the point. Also look for Caleb Leslie (5-10, So.) at guard as Coach Montonati looks to rotate and keep players fresh. Caylon Williams (6-5, So.) and Bryce Journee’ (6-3, Jr.) could see their playing time increase as well. Others to watch include Aiden Calloway (5-10, Sr.), Emaud Tripllett (5-11, Jr.) and Isaiah Jacobs (5-11, Sr.). The coaching staff will consist of Rickey Peaker, Jonathon Rabovsky and Nathan Desandre. 

GIRLS

Coach: Matt Sweeney 

18-19 Record: 7-17 

Some changes have come to the Lady Rams this season as head coach Matt Sweeney added two new assistant coaches to the staff. David Robison, Johnny Dyson and Kristen Hamilton will all work to get the Lady Rams program back on top of the conference. Seniors Mallory Hendrix (5-11), Kennady Harper (5-9), Emily Wilkins (5-5), Kelsey Korb (5-5), Avery Vancuren (5-8), and Paige Knight (5-8) all bring leadership to the floor whether it’s in a game or in practice. Addisyn LeBeau (5-7) is the lone junior on the squad, but figures into the overall scheme as well. A large group of sophomores will look to help turn things around. Keep an eye on Karson Zumwalt (5-6), Ellie Morrill (5-9), Mar’Leyshia Morris (5-7), Chloe Stocksen (5-5), Taylor Rose (5-6), Grace Hildebrand (5-6), Nevaeh DeBerry (5-4) and Sydney Vann (5-4).