Chase Davis and Vance Raney picked up in June where they left off in March.
The two Kingfisher County players led their respective teams in scoring - and picked up some hardware - during Game 1 of the Classic Bowl basketball games in Woodward last week.
Cashion’s Raney scored 16 points to lead the Red team over the White team 95-78.
He was named the Most Valuable Player for the game.
Davis led the White squad with 14 points.
Davis was the Class 4A state tournament MVP for Kingfisher in March when the Jackets claimed a third consecutive state championship.
During the Classic Bowl week, he was named the Most Valuable Player for the East.
Cashion’s Jonah Jenkins also scored 10 points for the White (teams aren’t split geographically for basketball as in football).
The Red team was coached by Cashion’s John Hardaway, who was named boys coach of the year by the Classic Bowl committee.
Hardaway coached Cashion to the Class 2A state championship game.
Cashion’s Austin Frazier (8 points) and Landon LaGasse also played for the Red team.
Also playing for the Red team was Okarche’s Brayden Stover, who scored four points, and Daxon Duffy of Lomega.
Evan Endres, also of Okarche, and Lomega’s Blake Snowden chipped in three points apiece for the white team.
In girls basketball action, Kingfisher’s Rayland Garner scored 10 points in Game 2 to help lead the Red team to an 89-60 victory.
Her Kingfisher teammate, Allison Green, notched two points for the Red team in Game 1, which was a 61-59 loss to the White. Okarche’s Sophie VanDenDriessche scored five points for the White.
Also, Okarche’s Adyson Arms was the recipient of the $2,000 Mitchel Family Girls Basketball Scholarship. She was Green’s teammate in Game 1.