High school notebook: Fall during 3A title game kills grandmother of Cascia Hall football player

Douglass lineman Cayman Bundage remains committed to Arizona after visit with Rich Rodriguez
BY SCOTT WRIGHT, JASON KERSEY AND RYAN ABER, Staff Writers Published: December 14, 2011
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HERITAGE HALL SWEEPS 3A-3 AWARDS

Heritage Hall swept coaches' all-district honors for District 3A-3, led by receiver Sterling Shepard as the Most Valuable Player.

Running back Barry J. Sanders was named Offensive Player of the Year, and lineman Markus Wakefield was Defensive Player of the Year. Andy Bogert was selected as Coach of the Year.

DAVENPORT BROTHERS TOP B-2 HONORS

Davenport brother Mike and Matt Miller earned two of the top three honors on District B-2's All-District team.

Mike Miller was named the district's Most Valuable Player, rushing for 1,960 yards and 29 touchdowns; he posted 462 yards and six touchdowns receiving for the Class B runners-up. He also had 64 tackles and eight interceptions.

Junior quarterback Matt Miller was named the district's Offensive Player of the Year after rushing for 1,120 yards and 22 touchdowns and throwing for 1,507 yards and 22 touchdowns.

Fox's Justin Cornelius earned Defensive Player of the Year honors and Davenport's John Greenfield was named the district's Coach of the Year.

FRESHMAN LESTER IMPRESSIVE IN CHOCTAW LOSS

Choctaw's boys basketball team lost a tough home game, 55-42, to No. 3-ranked Edmond Santa Fe on Tuesday.

But if freshman point guard Tyler Lester is any indication, the future could be bright in Choctaw.

Lester led all scorers with 18, including a buzzer-beating 3-pointer to end the third quarter.

The winless Yellow Jackets only trailed by three points heading into the fourth quarter and gave Santa Fe fits all night.

Choctaw plays again Friday at Mustang.

TULSA KELLEY'S AJANAKU HONORED

Tulsa Bishop Kelley's Inky Ajanaku was named the Gatorade Oklahoma Volleyball Player of the Year, it was announced Wednesday.

Ajanaku, a 6-foot-4 senior middle blocker, helped the Comets to a 32-3 record and their fifth consecutive state championship (first in Class 6A).

Ajanaku had 537 kills, 127 blocks and 29 digs with a kill percentage of .634. She was the state tournament MVP and a first-team All-America selection of the American Volleyball Coaches Association.



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