FACTS & FIGURES
#10 Slade Sutton Jr.
#11 Skylar Suton Sr.
#12 Dylan Gale Jr.
#14 Kris Anderson Sr.
#15 Josh Benson Jr.
#21 Cass Carr Jr.
#23 Tanner Sharp Soph.
#25 Hayden Nichols Jr.
#32 Gabe Michael Jr.
#35 Levi Yancy Sr.
Season Record: 37-1
District 17-2A Record: 14-0
Head Coach: Ron Boyett
Assistant Coaches: Billy Terry and Brett Cloud
Support Staff: Maddy Belcher, Samantha Crossland, Natilie Hill, Jessica Pouchot, Hagen Henson, Matthew Wofford
TURN BACK THE CLOCK
District 17-2A was comprised of Ore City, New Diana, Elysian Fields, Union Grove, Waskom, Jefferson, Tatum and White Oak
One of the most dominant teams in White Oak basketball history with a margin of victory of 26.4 ppg and a playoff margin of victory of 16 ppg…
Team was ranked #1 or #2 for the entire season…
5 players scored at least 400 points for the season while averaging between 10.8 and 13.9 ppg which epitomized the balance and versatility of the team…
Senior Kris Anderson set a single season school record for assists with 226* and a career school record of 619* assists and 315* steals…
Senior Levi Yancy set a career school record for rebounds with 925* which shattered the previous record by almost 300 rebounds…
Combined with a 32 game winning streak from the 2011-12 season, the team won 49 consecutive games until suffering their only loss of the season to the Kountze Lions in the finals of the Tenaha Holiday Hoops Tournament…
According to Maxpreps, this winning streak was the longest public school winning streak in the nation at the time and was 2nd only to St. Anthony’s of New Jersey for the longest streak amongst public and private schools….
Team’s 37 wins tied the school record for wins in a season set by the 2011-12 team….
Seniors Kris Anderson, Skylar Sutton, and Levi Yancy closed out the final 2 years of their career with a combined record of 74-2 and consecutive Class 2A State Championships…
Champions of the Van Tournament which included 6 Class 3A/4A district champions and 3 Class 3A teams ranked in the state top 10….
Champions of the Spring Hill Invitational….
Victory was White Oak’s 4th state championship joining the 1953, 1957, and 2012 teams…
Senior Kris Anderson was named the Most Valuable Player of the State Championship game…
Senior Levi Yancy and junior Hayden Nichols joined Anderson on the State All-Tournament team…
*denotes since 1992 – no official school records for these statistical categories prior to 1992 have been documented.
THE ROAD TO A CHAMPIONSHIP
Area Finals – Defeated Newton 71-48
Regional Quarterfinals – Defeated Palestine Westwood 69-57
Regional Semifinals – Defeated Salado 66-47
Regional Finals – Defeated district 17-2A Runner Up and #3 ranked Tatum 66-47
State Semifinals – Defeated #17 Winnie East Chambers 69-50
State Finals – Defeated #5 ranked Brock 56-54 to win the Class 2A State Championship