The Oklahoma Coaches Association is holding it's coaches convention in Tulsa this week which means it's All-State Week in Oklahoma. The best of the best are in town to compete as high school athletes one last time.Tuesday night at the Union Tennis Complex there was a preview of a potential Bedlam rivalry. Jenks star Mariah Burke (future Oklahoma State player) and Edmond North star Ann Pepper (future Oklahoma player) were the featured girls match.These two should face off many more times in their college careers. Tuesday Pepper got the upper hand beating Burke in the eight-game pro set, 8-3.At Bixby High School the East and West All-Staters went head-to-head in volleyball. In the first game the Small West team beat the Small East team in all three games (25-18, 25-22, 25-19).In the second game the Large East come out on top over the Large West 2-1 (25-20, 19-25, 25-22).Bishop Kelley's Claire Kelley was named the Most Valuable Player of the match.The All-State Games continue on Wednesday with wrestling at Bixby High School. Action begins at 7:00pm. Girls basketball also takes center stage. Basketball games will be played at the Mabee Center on the campus of Oral Roberts University. The Small schools tip-off at 7:00pm and the Large schools at 8:30pm.
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