Player of the Year
Chris Haworth, Putnam City NorthJunior No. 1 singles Record: 41-1 A loss at regionals inspired Haworth to play some of his best tennis in the last couple of years that was punctuated with a dominant performance in winning his second straight title.
Casey Distaso, Edmond NorthSenior No. 1 singles Record: 22-3 Distaso was the leader for the Huskies team with his three losses coming to Haworth. Deciding to play at state helped lead Edmond North to the team title. Distaso will play at Georgetown.
Gavin Dubberstein, Edmond MemorialSenior No. 1 doubles Record: 9-1 Dubberstein bounced from one partner to the next this season and eventually found a home with Truit Gray. The duo placed second at state.
Truit Gray, Edmond MemorialJunior No. 1 doubles Record: 9-1 Gray showed his versatility and team-first attitude all season. He was one of two underclassmen on this year's team and should be a leader next year.
Wil Rodwell, Putnam City NorthJunior No. 1 doubles Record: 35-5 A finalist at No. 2 singles last year, Rodwell made a smooth transition to doubles. Paired with Brian Diefenderfer, the duo played all of the top teams in the state and held their ground.
Brian Diefenderfer, Putnam City NorthSenior No. 1 doubles Record: 35-5 Along with Rodwell, the duo placed third at state, losing to the eventual champions. Finished career in style as Panthers' tandem beat the Class 5A champions in their two meetings this year. Coach of the Year
Dee Ann Wallar, Edmond NorthThe uncertainty of Distaso's status was rough for everyone, but Wallar kept the team together and the group was stronger for it in the end. The boys were dominant all season in earning their first title since 2003.