Three players from Mayes County have been selected to the 17th Indian All-State basketball team.
Shanna Harrison of Adair and Taylor Loffer of Locust Grove were among 24 named to the girls team. Robert Shelly of Locust Grove earned a spot on the boys team.
The 48 athletes, all seniors, will be eligible to play in the Indian All-State games June 16 in Bartlesville on the Oklahoma Wesleyan University campus.
Games — Indian All-State basketball games.
When — June 16. Girls 6 p.m.; boys 8 p.m.
Where — Oklahoma Wesleyan University, Bartlesville.
Tickets — Adults $6, students $3.
Shanna Harrison, Adair; Taylor Loffer, Locust Grove; Kelsey Barnwell, Kansas; Courtney Cowan, Kansas; Megan Ritter, Jay; Jodi Glover, Fort Gibson; Traycee Buxton, Wetumka; Ana Cruz, Canton; Jade Graham, Rock Creek; Raquel Grant, Wewoka; Lashanda Green, McAlester; Billie Hensley, Riverside Indian; Brianna Hillebrand, Howe; Chaislyn Holloway, Stilwell; Mariah Jackson, Del City; Kelsie Kelly, Tushka; Hali Logan, Oktaha; Lucia McKinney, Graham; Cheryln Miles, Hominy; Jessica Moore, Shidler; Kami Stout, Porum; Ashley Tsonetokoy, Carnegie; Kati Williams, Anadarko; Torrie Wright, Silo.
Robert Shelly, Locust Grove; Corey Cowan, Kansas; Eli Bailey, Byng; Phoenix Bills, Edmond Santa Fe; Jared Brown, Howe; Johnathon Buckley, Kellyville; John Clemmons, Stonewall; Jerry Collins, Carnegie; Michael Fish, Kiefer; Reuben, Watts; John Harjo, Sasakwa; Brien Lawmaster, Watts; Kyler Lee, Okemah; Brian Mattingly, Moyers; Dylan Murrell, Stillwater; Darryl Nichols, Muldrow; Derrick Pickering, Kellyville; Cameron Powell, Stilwell; Jeremy Sands, Graham; Erick Scott, Caney Valley; Landon Stewart, Nowata; Timothy Ulloa, Indiahoma; Lance Walker, Coalgate; Tracey Wilson, Woodland.