Adryauna Baker wins the opening tip for the Lady Warriors in a 14U girls game at Hollywood Hills High School. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
Tribesmen’s Pherian Baker, left, defends against Dalmon King in a 14U game. King was the only Seminole on the Skinz team that featured Cherokee and Choctaw players. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
Karey Gopher lines up a 3-point shot in a 14U girls game. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
Lucas Osceola puts in a layup for NWA in a 17U boys game against Native Elite at Hollywood Hills High School. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
Haylie Huff and Caylie Huff battle in the paint for the 14U girls Lady Warriors. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
Boryalys Cypress provides tough defense for the Native Soldiers 17U boys team. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
Lexi Foreman, who recently won a state championship in Oklahoma, controls the ball for the Lady Seminoles 17U girls. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
Coach Jason Billie and the Lady Seminoles 17U girls team watch from the bench during a game at Hollywood Hills High. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
NWA’s Silas Madrigal eyes the basket. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
No Seminole teams won championships at NAYO, but Deagen Osceola won a championship with the Choctaws’ Kiwashowa 14U boys team from Philadelphia, Miss. Deagen, who attends Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School in Brighton, was the only Seminole on the Kiwashowa. (Photo Kevin Johnson)
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