High school notebook: Midwest City dominates in Kansas 7-on-7 competition

BY ROBERT PRZYBYLO AND SCOTT WRIGHT Published: June 25, 2011

The combine will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., with measurement and skill evaluations in the morning, followed by team competition in the afternoon.

Players can sign up at OKHoops.com. Registration is $40 in advance or $45 on the day of the event.

SANTA FE'S LOOMIS SHOWS PROMISE

There is no such thing as regrouping for Edmond Santa Fe baseball. Nope, it's simply reloading. The Wolves had 15 players sign to play at the college level this past season, and the quality hasn't taken a dip.

Though pitcher Ty Hensley is getting most of the attention, Zach Loomis showed what he can do last week in the Junior Sunbelt. Loomis was one of two Oklahomans to make the all-tournament team. Joining Loomis was Christian Ward of Bixby.

Tennessee won the event, featuring MVP Kyle Smith and Most Valuable Pitcher Stephen Gant.