High school athletes of the week: Carl Albert's Gavin LaValley, Duncan's Brittany Toone among week's stars

Gavin LaValley had a trio of big games last week, starting by going 4 for 4 with a pair of home runs, two doubles and five RBIs in a 19-8 win over the OKC Broncos on Thursday.
Oklahoman Published: April 10, 2013

Dike, a senior forward, scored the only goal of the game in the Lady Huskies key district victory over Yukon on Tuesday night.



Katelynn Brown, Southmoore

Brown was 3 for 4 — all three doubles — with three RBIs in Southmoore's 13-2 win over Putnam City on Tuesday.

Boys Tennis

David Hager, Edmond North

Hager captured the No. 2 singles championship this week at the Ada Invitational


Girls Tennis

Brittany Toone, Duncan

Toone reached the semifinals of the Ada Invitational before losing to the top 6A player on the western side of the state, Ann Pepper of Edmond North, and took third place.


Boys track

Patrick Ahearn, Norman

In what should stand as one of the year's most inspiring stories, the senior ran the 400 meters in 1:32 last Friday at the Putnam City Invitational, his first race on a prosthetic leg, eight months after a jet ski accident took part of his left leg


Girls track

Audrianna Morgan, Centennial

The junior sprinter won the 100 and 200 meters at Luther last week. Her 100 time of 12.18 seconds is the best mark of the year in Class 3A, while her 200 time of 25.59 is the best recorded in any class, according to OHSTrack.com.

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