Each of the three Mid-Del high schools had an offensive lineman make the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State team, it was announced Monday.
Class 5A champions Carl Albert placed Kyler Walker on the West offensive line. He was joined by Del City's Jake Warehime and Midwest City's Carlos Freeman.
Warehime played a big part in the Eagles' resurgence this season. Del City made the playoffs for the first time in more than a decade.
Del City's Corey Lawrence also made the team as a running back.
Other notables on the rosters include Deer Creek quarterback Joel Bluementhal and OCS' Austin Brooks, McGuinness' Cody Chanceller at wide receiver and Edmond Santa Fe's Phillip Sumpter at defensive back.
The Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State game will be played at 8 p.m. Aug. 2, 2013, at a venue in the Tulsa area. The venue will be announced at a later date.
Here are the rosters:
Quarterbacks: Jaylen Lowe, Owasso; Cade Shearwood, Stigler
Tight ends: Jay Werner, Poteau; DeAndre Jennings, Bixby
Running backs: Trey'Vonne Barr'e, Jenks; Scottie Prealow, Owasso; Jake Gandara, Fort Gibson; Derrick Moore, Wetumka
Wide receivers: Kerwin Thomas, Wagoner; Easton Pingleton, Ada; Cole Taylor, Victory Christian; Cody Hilderbrandt, Sand Springs
Centers: Bo Farrow, Broken Arrow; Tom Wiseman, Bartlesville
Offensive linemen: Heath Hogan, McAlester; Chance Douthit, Gore; Colby Cole, Collinsville; Brett Asher, Cascia Hall; Dillon Johnson, Afton; Rob Boyd, Vian
Defensive linemen: Zach Webb, Metro Christian; Blake Gordon, Stroud; Brandon Waggoner, Jenks; Dalton Inman, Verdigris; Sam Johnson, Sapulpa; Jordan Warrior, Wewoka.
Linebackers: T.J. Ponds, Wagoner; Gannon Beck, McAlester; Jordan Cunningham, Claremore; Cameron Cotton, Tulsa Union; Rowdy Simon, Vian.
Defensive backs: Ryan Alger, Broken Arrow; Alex Hinds, Stroud; Ben Oberste, Sallisaw; Austin Morris, Tulsa Kelley; Trevor Crone, Talihina; Matt Miller, Davenport.
Coaches: Greg Werner, Poteau (head); Tim Hinds, Stroud; Rob Gilbreath, Claremore; Rick Trimble, Owasso.
Quarterbacks: Joel Blumenthal, Deer Creek; Austin Brooks, OCS; Grant Nightengale, Fairview
Running backs: Seth Handley, Enid; Darius Graham, Lawton MacArthur; Corey Lawrence, Del City; Trey Knowles, Wynnewood; Brady Krittenbrink, Pond Creek-Hunter
Wide receivers: Cody Chancellor, Bishop McGuinness; Jake Higginbotham, Norman North; Zach Hill, Blanchard; Dewayne Sanders, Pauls Valley; Randall Case, Jones; Blake Barnes, OCS
Offensive linemen: Ryne Yost, Lawton; Zac Uhles, Norman; Heath Newland, Edmond North; Dexton Robertson, Cashion; Mitch Henderson; Kingfisher; Jake Warehime, Del City; Carlos Freeman, Midwest City; Kyler Walker, Carl Albert
Defensive ends: Jackson Dillon, Ringling; Seth Overstreet, Laverne; Alvin Bazley, Edmond Santa Fe
Defensive tackles: Ben Scott, Lawton; Ryder McCaskill, Davis; Jake Walton, Lindsay
Linebackers: Garrison Mendoza, Clinton, Jaxon Uhles, Norman North; Joe Leon, Weatherford; Dallen Mercer, Velma-Alma; Dawson Bassett, Tuttle
Defensive backs: Anthony Williams, Douglass; Terry Harris, Douglass; Phillip Sumpter, Edmond Santa Fe; Derek Harris, Moore.
Coaches: Dale Brown, Mount St. Mary (head); Chris Cayot, Fairview; Mike Reffett, Lawton MacArthur; Tony Roberts, Empire
MEJIA COMMITS TO TU
A day after getting Tulsa Union's Dalton Rodriguez to switch his commitment from Oklahoma, Tulsa's recruiting class received another boost from the Redskins when offensive lineman Blake Mejia committed.
Mejia (6-foot-3, 280 pounds) is the ninth in-state commit for the Golden Hurricane and fourth from Union.
He joins Rodriguez, Chris Hall and Khalid Kornegay as Redskins players who intend to sign with Tulsa.
Another state player made his college choice public last week when Deer Creek linebacker Kooper Ruminer committed to Central Oklahoma.
SOUTHEAST BATTLING TOUGH SCHEDULE
The 4-3 record might not show it, but the Southeast boys basketball team is playing well early this season.
Walt Brewer's squad, ranked No. 16 in Class 5A, lost a pair of games at a tournament in Allen, Texas, and dropped a tight one to 6A Stillwater.
Rashawn Thomas, a 6-foot-7 forward, had a triple-double earlier this year and leads a team with a good mix of size and quickness.
“We have a lot of guys who can play several positions,” Brewer said. “They're long and can defend well when they work hard. Hopefully we can gel together at the right time.”
Southeast gets another battle Tuesday night against Northeast, which is No. 1 in Class 2A.