Trevor Moore, Edmond North
Moore, a junior forward and the team's leading scorer, netted the game-winner Tuesday night the Huskies 1-0 victory over Edmond Santa Fe. The victory clinched the city championship for Edmond North and more importantly the district title.
Paulie Nguyen, Carl Albert
Nguyen, a sophomore defensive back, played outstanding defense in the Lady Titans' recent two wins, a 2-0 victory over Guthrie on Tuesday night and a 4-1 decision over Heritage Hall on Friday night.
Otugo Ananaba, Deer Creek
Ananaba outdueled several of the state's top sprinters to win the 100 (10.66 seconds) and 200 meters (21.81) at the Yukon Invitational on Friday. He also helped the Antlers to two top-three finishes in relays.
Breonna Hall, Millwood
Won three gold medals at the Carl Albert Invitational. In addition to helping the Falcons win the 400-meter relay in 51.22 seconds, Hall won the individual 200 (26.17) and 400 (1:00.93) competing against sprinters from several Class 5A and 6A schools.
Thomas Johnson, Norman North
Johnson's round of 71 edged a tough field at the Broken Arrow Invitational at Emerald Falls last week. Several of the state's top players were within a few strokes of Johnson's winning total.
Caroline Goodin, Deer Creek
The Oklahoma City University signee won for the second time in three days on Wednesday. After taking the Suburban Conference title by five shots on Monday, Goodin followed it by shooting 1-under-par 71 to win the Putnam City North Invitational by one shot Wednesday at Lake Hefner North. Deer Creek won both events as a team as well.
Nate Roper, Edmond North
Roper remained unbeaten on the season at No. 1 singles for the top-ranked Huskies, winning the Edmond Invitational
Margo Martin, Ada
Martin won the Guthrie F&M Bank Tournament at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center on Wednesday, losing only three games in the tourney
Kelsi Ruth, Norman North
Ruth was 2 for 3 with three RBIs in Norman North's 9-4 win over crosstown rival Norman on Tuesday. Ruth was a big part of the Timberwolves' six-run third, delivering a two-run single to break the game open.