2023 high school esports rankings: Spring season 'NBA 2K23' champions

The 2023 high school esports season has come to an end, with teams across North America wrapping up the spring’s competitive gaming matchups in the championship rounds on the PlayVS platform.

Here’s how each state/region—officially recognized by the NFHS Network and state associations—finished in “NBA 2K23″…


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Central Region

Champion: Roland High School (Okla.) — RHS Townsend, Ayden

Runner-Up: Lake County High School (Tenn.) — Camden C.

Eastern Region

Champion: Eastern Senior High School (D.C.) — Eastern 2K (Taylor)

Runner-Up: The Harper Woods College & Career Institute (Mich.) — TWG_Sauce


Champion: Westlake High School — Westlake Donovan

Runner-Up: Seckinger High School — Jags 2K CR

Mountain Region

Champion: Summer Creek High School (Texas) — NBA2K – Jordan Escobedo

Runner-Up: Jordan High School (Utah) — JHS 2K 2

New Mexico

Champion: La Cueva High School — La Cueva Bears Varsity – Ced Yates

Runner-Up: Del Norte High School — Knights 2K

Pacific Region

Champion: Independence High School (Calif.) — IES – Tanner Yue

Runner-Up: Madras High School (Ore.) — MHS – Bryson

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