High school notebook: Mustang girls golf makes it 10-for-10; Guthrie's Donte' Foster to play football at Ohio

By Scott Wright, Robert Przybylo, Ryan Aber and Justin Harper Published: April 30, 2010
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Guthrie frosh among the best
Freshman Rosetta Galbraith has quickly begun to establish herself as one of the top young runners in the state.

The sprinter from Guthrie has won events at some of the biggest meets of the year over the last month, including the John Jacobs Invitational at OU, and meets at Edmond North and Santa Fe.

Her latest victory came in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 15.38, defeating the field made up mostly of Class 6A runners, at the Edmond North Invitational on Friday. The time was the best in the event in either of the state’s top two classes.

Harryman piling up shutouts
Edmond North’s girls soccer team, ranked second in Class 6A, has stifled teams defensively all season.

Senior goalkeeper Hayley Harryman has posted nine shutouts in the Huskies’ first 13 games, giving her 18 shutouts in two seasons. The Oklahoma State signee allowed just five goals as a junior and has limited foes to five this season as well.

With help from shutdown defenders Camille Sanders and Carly Yates, who have both signed with Oklahoma, the Huskies defense led the team to the district title and home-field advantage for at least the first two games of the playoffs.

Norman North post duo inks scholarships
Two of the players integral in leading Norman North’s girls basketball team to the Class 6A state tournament for the first time since 2002 have signed with colleges.

Andee Wayne and Payge Wilson, who paired to give the T-Wolves a stout post game, combined to average 14 points and 10.7 rebounds per game. The 6-1 Wayne signed with Oklahoma Christian, while Wilson, a 6-footer, signed with Northeastern Oklahoma A&M.

Kingfisher runner signs
Kingfisher cross country and track standout Katie Krepel signed Wednesday with Cowley County (Kan.) Junior College.

Krepel, a senior, is one of the favorites to win a Class 3A championship in as many as four events. A year ago, the 18-year old finished third in the 800 meters, 1,600 meters and 3,200 meter relay at the state meet. Krepel also runs the 3,200.

During cross country season, Krepel placed first or second in five meets, won the regional title and made All-State by placing ninth at state.

Homeschool hoop teams shine
The Oklahoma City Knights boys and girls basketball teams both played in the National Homeschool Basketball Tournament in Springfield, Mo.

The girls team finished a 39-7 season with a third-place finish. Gillian Foster and Elisabeth Daniels each garnered All-American honors.

The boys team, which finished at 28-18, had Jed Graham and Andrew Bollinger named All-American.