A pair of Class 6A state champions highlight the field for the third annual Oklahoma's Best High School Classic golf tournament, which will be held Sunday and Monday at John Conrad Golf Club in Midwest City.
Class 6A boys champion Max McGreevy of Edmond Santa Fe and girls champ Allison Sell of Edmond North will be in the 71-player field that is open only to the top 15 finishers in each state tournament from Class 2A-6A earlier this month.
The champions of last year's event, Edmond North sophomore Nick Heinen and Bishop McGuinness sophomore Alexis Sadeghy, are in the field once again.
The Oklahoma's Best winners receive an exemption to the Oklahoma Junior Golf Tour's Red River Team Championship in late October.
State teams to compete in 7-on-7 tournament
Midwest City, Douglass, Heritage Hall and Norman North are among 15 state high schools that will participate in the Red Bull Game Breakers 7-on-7 football qualifier at 3 p.m. June 2 at Tulsa East Central, according to the event's press release.
Other participating schools include Broken Arrow, Jenks, Yukon, Muskogee, Tulsa Washington, Tulsa Edison, Tulsa East Central, Tulsa Central, Metro Christian, Sapulpa and Tulsa Memorial.
The event is one of 10 regional qualifiers in the nation.
The top two Oklahoma teams will compete in the finals at Dallas' Jesuit College Preparatory School later this summer.
Westmoore's Lakin to sign with McPherson
After a career as a four-year starter at Westmoore, Kyle Lakin will continue his basketball career at McPherson (Kan.) College.
Lakin is expected to sign Wednesday. The point guard averaged 7.6 points and nearly three assists per game in anchoring the Jaguars' strong turnaround under coach Scott Hodges this season.
Westmoore nearly doubled its win total from a year ago, finishing 14-10 on the season.
Weatherford seeking girls basketball coach
Weatherford is looking for a new girls basketball coach to replace Rick Wilson, who will not be retained.
Wilson's long, successful tenure at Weatherford, which included a state championship in 2007, came to an end last week.
Weatherford reached the state tournament in five of the last seven seasons. It fell short this year, despite winning 21 games on the season.