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1,000-point scorer Lexi Foreman named to Oklahoma Native All State team

Lexi Foreman

After producing strong all around numbers, Anadarko High School senior guard/forward Lexi Foreman earned a spot on the 2021 Oklahoma Native All State girls basketball team.

Foreman (Seminole Tribe of Florida/Kiowa/Sac and Fox) was one of 20 players selected to the team, which recognizes the top Native American players in the state. Her Anadarko teammate Kaylee Lane Borden (Comanche Nation/Kiowa) also made the team.

Foreman concluded her four-year varsity career in March. She averaged nine points, five rebounds, four assists and four steals per game in helping lead Anadarko to a 23-3 record and an Area championship. The team wasn’t far from a perfect season; its losses were by a total of 11 points. The Lady Warriors saw their 20-game winning streak and season end with a loss to Tuttle in the 4A state semifinals.

Foreman excelled at both ends of the court this season. She scored in double digits 15 times. Her season-highs included 18 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. She led the team in several categories, including rebounds (140), assists (107), steals (105) and blocks (17).

Foreman, who signed with the University of Central Oklahoma, reached the 1,000-point career milestone Feb. 23 in a win against Pauls Valley. She finished with 1,044 points.

The Oklahoma Native All State Association said it had a record-high nominations this year with more than 160 boys and girls nominated by their coaches. The selection committee was comprised of 12 Native American coaches from across the state.

The Native All State games will be played June 12 in Okmulgee.

Foreman is the daughter of Matt and Alicia Foreman and granddaughter of the late Coleman Josh.

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