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High school notebook: Archie Bradley, Kendal Thompson shine at Elite 11 camp

Broken Arrow QB wins Best Leader. Southmoore star has Best Attitude
By Robert Przybylo, Staff Writer, Modified: July 25, 2010 at 5:40 pm •  Published: July 25, 2010

Broken Arrow's Archie Bradley and Southmoore's Kendal Thompson, the first Oklahoma quarterbacks to make the prestigious Elite 11 camp in California, showed whey the got invitations.

Bradley was named the third-best quarterback by the college counselors and was said to be the most outgoing of all 12 participants in the four-day camp last week.

Bradley also won Best Leader, Most Coachable and the Golden Gun Accuracy Challenge, while Thompson earned Best Attitude honors by the counselors.

Denton, Texas, product and Oklahoma State commitment J.W. Walsh was voted the QB with the quickest release.

The college counselors were Missouri's Blaine Gabbert, TCU's Andy Dalton, Michigan State's Kirk Cousins, Virginia Tech's Tyrod Taylor, Miami's Jacory Harris and Jerrod Johnson of Texas A&M.

Jeff Driskel of Hagerty High School in Oviedo, Fla., was named the MVP of the camp.

Outlaws claim second straight championship

Pitching dominated the day in the 2A and 3A divisions of American Legion baseball as Pryor claimed both titles. But for the Seniors Division, it was hitting.

And more specifically, the Oklahoma Outlaws' hitting. The Outlaws scored 46 runs in four games to cruise to their second consecutive state championship late Saturday night in Bartlesville.

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