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Collinsville, Oklahoma
April 11, 2007
Kaycee Donelson Signs
Collinsville All-Stater To Play For Arkansas Tech's Basketball Golden Suns
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Kaycee Donelson
CHS Basketball Coach Arlin Stacy (standing) lost another talented senior Wednesday (April 11, 2007) when Kaycee Donelson signed her letter of intent to play basketball for Arkansas Tech University at Russellville, Arkansas. Kaycee parents Kim and Sean Donelson (seated) joined her at CHS for the signing. Her college coach was to be Todd Schaefer who announced his resignation (April 9th) to take an assistant coaching position at the University of Cincinnati.

Kaycee was a 4-year varsity starter in basketball and scored 1661 career points (17.1 average points per game). She also had 275 career steals and 313 assists. During her senior year at CHS Kaycee scored 439 points (for a 16.9 ppg average), had 72 steals and 87 assists and 112 rebounds (averaging 4.3 per game).

Coach Stacy's Comments: "Kaycee is one of the state's most talented players. She has been a state leader in scoring the past theree years. Her size, athleticism, and competitiveness made her an outstanding player. Kaycee's ability to create offense makes the players around her better. She also did an great job defensively getting steals. She was a great asset to this program and will definitely be missed."

Sr. Year Basketball Honors:

  • Oklahoma Coaches Association Large School East All-State
  • Oklahoma Girls Basketball Coaches Association All Northeast Region
  • Green Country All-Star
  • Tulsa 7 All-Conference Player of the Year
  • Tulsa 7 All-Conference
  • KTUL Channel 8 New Elite 8 Nonimee 2007
  • Tip Off Magazine 2nd Team All Class
  • Oklahoma's Best of the Best 2nd Leading Scorer and All-Tournament 2nd Team
  • Pryor Tournament MVP
2007 CHS Basketball Teammate
(so far)
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2007 CHS Grad Page