NORMAN — It's a rare occasion when someone sees Justin Klusak, Cameron Green and Anthony Trevino not together. The former McAlester stars have done just about everything together and know just about everything about each other. That kind of special friendship is forged when you've been playing on the same teams since you were 7 years old. This week, the trio is still together, but they're the only high school teammates on the Oklahoma squad during the 32nd Annual Sunbelt Classic. "It's really pretty cool knowing that,” Klusak said. "It means even more to us because we have been together so long. It wasn't like one of us moved to McAlester or like we weren't good friends initially. We've always been tight.” Green said it's a dream come true. He said they remember back in junior high when they used to watch and read about the Sunbelt and hoped one day they would get their chance. Klusak had an RBI sacrifice fly in Oklahoma's 7-6 win over Ohio on Friday at Norman High. Oklahoma blew a 6-0 lead, but Collinsville's Kevin Phillips hit the game-winning homer in the fifth inning. It's not a swan song for the McAlester boys as all of them have signed with Eastern Oklahoma to continue playing baseball. It was a tough choice for Klusak. The 6-1, 195-pounder was the star quarterback for the Buffaloes, leading McAlester to the second round of the 5A playoffs. "I play for the love of the game,” Klusak said. "It's just a different feeling for me comparing football and baseball.” The opportunity to be with Green and Trevino didn't hurt, either. Not much has changed as they've grown older. But there is one major difference. "I used to be able to throw harder than Anthony,” Klusak said. "Then all the sudden high school came, and he could throw at or above 90 mph. It was crazy.” McAlester knocked on the door of a Class 5A baseball championship the last couple of years but fell short. That disappointment pales in comparison to all the great moments they've had in their 11 years together. "It's tough to try to pick out one memory,” Green said. "There have been so many. I can't single one out because they all have a special feeling attached to it.” Trevino had nine home runs last year, hitting .473, and had team records with 57 RBIs and 56 hits. Klusak had a .393 batting average while Green was second to Trevino at .442 and had a team-leading 48 runs scored. Trevino and Klusak combined to go 19-5 on the mound last year for the Buffs. The Sunbelt Classic concludes today at OU's L. Dale Mitchell Park.