Colton Hamel, Destiny Christian
The senior shortstop had a banner day Tuesday, hitting for the cycle and helping the Wildcats complete a two-game sweep of Classen SAS at Dolese Park. There was some excitement with the cycle, too.
Hamel capped it with a game-winning grand slam in the seventh inning, breaking an 8-all tie. He finished with five RBIs that game and finished with 10 in the two games. He is now hitting .500 on the season.
Mauro Cichero, Norman North
Already heralded as perhaps the state’s best soccer player, Cichero showed off his skill in impressive fashion Tuesday night, scoring the game-winning goal with a bicycle kick in overtime. Video of the goal by the Oklahoma High School Sports Express was beginning to gain attention from national media outlets Wednesday.
Katelyn Williams, Moore
In the team’s homecoming game last week, the senior scored three of Moore’s four goals in a shutout victory over Choctaw. And Williams did it while playing three different positions — defender, center forward and attacking midfielder.
Lance Frost, Mustang
The distance runner won both the 1,600- and 3,200-meter runs at the Choctaw Yellowjacket Invitational last Friday. He clocked a winning time of 4:44.68 in the 1,600 and 10:22.64 in the 3,200.
Audrianna Morgan, Douglass
Morgan is already rounding into form as she tries to add to the five state meet gold medals she already has. At Piedmont last week, the Trojan senior won the 100 meters in 12.88 and the 200 in 26.88.
Sam Jackson, Heritage Hall
The Heritage Hall boys golf team isn’t going anywhere soon. With four sophomores and a freshman in the top five, the Chargers are off to a strong start in April. Jackson fired a 5-under 67 to win the individual title in El Reno last Thursday, and the team earned the top spot with a 1-under-par 287 total, the Chargers’ second straight tournament title.
Kate Millligan, Norman North
With a 74 at Lake View Golf Course in Ardmore, Milligan earned a one-stroke victory over Deer Creek’s Emily Folsom and the rest of the field. Milligan followed it up with a top-five finish in a highly competitive tournament earlier this week at Duncan.
Miller Zeiders, Heritage Hall
The freshman is undefeated at No. 2 singles this season, including four tournament titles. He also won two matches on Tuesday against McGuinness and OCS.
Erin Holsted, Heritage Hall
The junior has reached the finals of all four tournaments she has played this season as the Chargers’ No. 2 singles player, including an impressive runner-up finish in a talent-filled Ada Tournament last weekend.
Riley Steward, Bethel
In a battle of top-ranked teams, Steward hit two three-run homers against Dale over the weekend, lifting Bethel past the Pirates twice for the Harrah Tournament championship.
Bethel, ranked No. 1 in Class 5A, beat Class 4A No. 1 Dale 11-8 and 9-4 to continue its winning streak, which has since reached 10 games. Steward finished with four RBIs in the second game.