Offensive lineman Jake Warehime was the key piece to the Del City's offensive line that helped the Eagles to a big turnaround this season.
Now, Warehime has decided on his college destination, committing to Emporia (Kan.) State.
Warehime (6-foot, 290 pounds) started for the Eagles for three seasons, registering more than 100 knockdown blocks each year.
Emporia State has several commits from the state already, including Yukon running back A.J. West and Newcastle lineman Justin Coryell.
Warehime is the son of Eagles coach Nick Warehime.
Also, Del City quarterback Jon McBride, who threw for 1,115 yards and 12 touchdowns and ran for 777 yards and 10 scores, has committed to Northwestern Oklahoma State.
Eagles athlete Corey Lawrence is expected to decide between Oregon State and New Mexico.
PROCTOR COMMITS TO NSU
Norman North's Beau Proctor became at least the third Timberwolves' linebacker to commit to play in college recently, deciding to join Northeastern State.
Proctor, the grandson of former Oklahoma assistant coach Bobby Proctor, had 88 tackles and three interceptions as a senior, helping Norman North to the Class 6A championship game.
Proctor joins Jordan Evans, who is committed to the Sooners, and Jaxon Uhles, who is committed to Pittsburg (Kan.) State.
Verbal commitments are non-binding. Proctor, as well as other high school seniors, can sign beginning Wednesday.
HENNESSEY'S HILL PICKS NWOSU
A key piece in two Hennessey state football championships, running back Levi Hill has decided to continue his career at Northwestern Oklahoma State in Alva.
Hill rushed for 1,851 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior, bringing his three-year total as a starter to 4,758 yards and 59 touchdowns, averaging better than eight yards per carry.
Hill also played linebacker, helping the Eagles to back-to-back Class 2A titles in 2010-11.
LADY BOMBERS HOPING TO BE FULL STRENGTH SOON
Midwest City wasn't at full strength for Tuesday's 44-40 road win over Norman North.
The Lady Bombers were missing three players with at least some starting experience due to various injuries.
Ajia Davis was out with a torn meniscus, Chelsea Olds with a fractured shin and Raven Gaddis with a concussion.
“We're hoping they'll all be back around the time the playoffs start,” Midwest City coach Art Bode said.
Davis was averaging around eight points with a 7.5 to 1 assist to turnover ratio. Olds was also averaging eight points and four rebounds.
Norman North was without some firepower of its own as Haley Woodard missed the game after having her wisdom teeth pulled earlier in the day.
TUTTLE WRESTLER SELECTED FOR ALL-STAR SQUAD
Zach Beard of Tuttle was named Wednesday to the Team USA All-Star wrestling squad which will compete in the 39th Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic in Pittsburgh, Pa., on March 17.
Beard was selected for the all-star roster at 170 pounds. He will compete for a Team USA squad that will wrestle against an all-star team from Pennsylvania at the University of Pittsburgh.
Beard is unbeaten the past two seasons for Tuttle and is seeking his fourth consecutive state high school championship this year. Only 26 high school wrestlers from Oklahoma have won four individual state titles.
DESTINY CHRISTIAN PAIR GARNERING INTEREST
Destiny Christian offensive lineman Shaun Edwards and running back Dion'Tay Washington are quietly receiving interest from recruiters across the state.
Edwards at 6-foot-7 and 315 pounds was receiving interest early from Houston, but now he is likely to remain closer to home at either East Central University, Oklahoma Baptist or Emporia State (Kan.), according to assistant coach John Morstad.
Washington recently visited Tulsa, but has not received an offer, Morstad said.
Destiny Christian won the OCSAA Class 3A state championship in the fall.
CONFERENCE SWIM MEETS AT OCCC
The Mid-State Conference and Metro Conference are both holding their swimming championships Friday and Saturday at the Oklahoma City Community College pool.
Preliminaries begin at 1 p.m. each day.