Logan Gray, El Reno
Gray shot a 71 and, via playoff, came out on top of a three-way tie to win the El Reno Invitational at Crimson Creek Golf Course. Heritage Hall won the team title behind Trent Mewbourn and Gavin Mastell, who each shot 71 to tie with Gray.
Anna Mikish and Kina Boone, Choctaw
The Yellowjacket duo had quite a week, each finishing 1-2 in a pair of tournaments. Mikish won with a 71 at the Anadarko Tournament at Sugar Creek Canyon in Hinton, with Boone second. Boone shot 75 to win the Tecumseh Lady Savage with Mikish a shot back. Choctaw won the team title at both events.
Austin Kretchmar, Okarche
Kretchmar threw a complete game, giving up a pair of unearned runs in Okarche's 5-2 win over the host team in the Hennessey Tournament championship game to improve to 8-0. Against Alva earlier in the tournament, Kretchmar had a walk-off home run and earned the win in relief.
Cole Rinke, Bethany
In wins over Harrah and Kingfisher, Rinke scored six goals to go with his three assists. The senior forward has scored 14 goals on the season for Bethany, which is 9-1 and ranked No. 3 in Class 4A entering Thursday's home game against Crooked Oak.
Madison Smith, Deer Creek
Smith, a senior and Oklahoma signee, scored nine goals and made seven assists in consecutive 10-0 wins over Northwest Classen and Guthrie. Deer Creek, ranked No. 2 in Class 5A, opens play in the Heart of America Classic in Kansas City, Mo., Thursday.
Nate Roper, Edmond North
Roper, a junior, finished second in No. 1 singles in the Broken Arrow tournament. In late March, he and teammate Bryan Lilley were named to the All-Tournament team for doubles at the elite DecoTurf High School Tennis Team Championship in Louisville, Ky. Roper was the No. 1 singles runner-up in Class 6A a season ago.
Sarah Bowen, Heritage Hall
Bowen, a senior and Hofstra signee, is 15-0 and has won all three tournaments she's played in. She was in the final of, and likely would've won, the No. 1 singles title at the Ada Tournament last weekend before it was rained out.
Taylor Baxter, Community Christian
In a 24-17, eight-inning win over Heritage Hall last week, Baxter was 4 for 6 with a double and six RBIs.
Kenneth Combs, Star Spencer
Competing against hurdlers from a variety of top Class 5A and 6A programs, Combs came away with victories in both the 110- and 300-meter hurdles. Combs ran a 14.87 in the 110 and 39.93 in the 300, winning by nearly two seconds.