Posted On: 04/12/19 11:59 AM

Throughout an entire season, performance is always being valued and critiqued. Many witnesses the performance of athletes on the court. The way they pass the ball, great defensive stances, creative dribbling moves, cool finishes or whatever the entertaining part may be, that's all we get on some of players. We dig a little deeper into who some of these players are who received some sort of post-season recognition or honor. Whether one made a First Team, All-City, Honorable Mention, etc., now we dive into learning a little more about a some of our POYs or otherwise known as Player of The Year.

Hannah Boyett was named the NOAA Offensive Player of the Year for the 2018-2019 season. Often composed and with poise in her game, she is efficient with the ball by not causing unforced turnovers and facilitating the ball to her teammates. In addition, she is always ready to hit the outside shot, especially with her step back 3-point shot.

*Photo Courtesy by The Oklahoman


Hannah Boyett

Grade: Senior

Height: 5'9

Position: Guard

High School: Muldrow High School

Travel Team:Arkansas Banshees (former)

Commitment: University of Arkansas at Fort Smith

Jersey Number (s): 21

Honors/Recognition: NOAA Offensive Player of the Year, OGBCA 4A All-State Selection,

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