Rustin Purser, OCS
The move up to Class 3A hasn't slowed Purser and Oklahoma Christian School. Purser fired a 10-under-par 62 Monday in a regional qualifying tournament at Cimarron Trails in Perkins. Along with a 68 from teammate Jack Lemon, the Saints cruised to a 276 team total for an easy win.
June Tigert, Mustang
Tigert shot 71 at Trosper Park on Tuesday to win the Class 6A west regional by one stroke over teammate Charter Lawson and Edmond North's Allison Sell as Mustang earned a four-stroke team victory. Tigert also shot 70 on Monday at Fairfax for a third-place finish and a team championship for the Broncos.
Troy Tippeconnic, Edmond Memorial
Tippeconnic, a freshman, scored four goals in the Bulldogs' three wins during the past week to clinch a playoff spot. He scored three goals in Monday's win over Bishop McGuinness. Memorial opens the playoffs Tuesday at Norman.
Allison Worsham, Deer Creek
Worsham scored a goal in Tuesday's 2-1, district-clinching win over Heritage Hall. She scored a total of nine goals in the past week for the Antlers, who open the playoffs Tuesday at home against El Reno.
Sylvestor Vo, Westmoore
Vo has played doubles most of the season, but he switched to No. 1 singles and finished second at both the Moore and Southmoore tournaments. Both times, he lost to Ponca City's Blake Langston, who has been dominant.
Kristen Bomhoff, Edmond North
Bomhoff is 30-0 this year at No. 2 doubles and has played with three different partners throughout the season. Her only loss came when she was moved to No. 1 doubles.
Bryce Robinson, Edmond Memorial
The senior had a special week, starting with a win in the 100 meters in 10.59 seconds at the Edmond Track Classic at Edmond North last Friday. Robinson, who has burst onto the scene as one of the state's top sprinters this season, followed it up by signing with the University of Tulsa on Monday.
Mariah Garcia, Mustang
Garcia's discus throw of 151-feet, 3 inches, was the best by any girl in the state this year as she remained undefeated with a victory at the Edmond Track Classic last week, more than 40 feet better than second place. Garcia, the defending Class 6A discus champ, has thrown over 140 feet in every meet this season.