PLAYER OF THE YEAR COREY ZANGARI, CARL ALBERT Class: Senior Position: Catcher The story: Zangari followed the footsteps of some great Carl Albert players, becoming the team leader during a state runner-up finish. He hit 19 home runs and drove in 64 runs, including a masterful state tournament that saw three homers. He had signed with Oklahoma State, but instead has chosen to begin his professional career with the Chicago White Sox.
HUNTER SOUTHERLAND, WESTMOORE
The story: The Oklahoma signee was a steady presence for Westmoore’s Class 6A state runner-up finish. He hit .379 with nine home runs and 37 RBIs. He was his best late in the season, hitting two homers in regionals and one in the state quarterfinals.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
COREY ZANGARI, CARL ALBERT
Position: First base
The story: Zangari put on a power display with 19 home runs and 64 RBIs while leading Carl Albert to a Class 5A state runner-up finish that was highlighted by three homers — two of which were grand slams — in the state tournament. The Oklahoma State signee was drafted in the sixth round
By KURT VOIGT, AP Sports Writer | Published: Thu, May 7, 2015
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas golfers Taylor Moore and Nicolas Echavarria have been suspended indefinitely from competition following their arrests for allegedly taking sexually explicit photos of an intoxicated woman.
Moore, a former standout golfer at Edmond Memorial, and Echavarria were arrested by Fayetteville police Wednesday and charged with felony video voyeurism.
According to a preliminary police report, the woman said she went to Moore’s house on April 11 to sleep following a night of drinking. She recalled seeing flashes of light and suspected Moore had taken pictures of her.
Police seized Moore’s and Echavarria’s phones, discovering a sexually explicit photo Moore allegedly took on
Here are some track and field athletes from the metro area to keep an eye on this spring:
Breonna Hall and Dierdra Marsh, Millwood: A pair of blazing-fast sprinters lead Millwood in pursuit of another state title.
Julia Hanks and Marisa Fleck, Norman: Hanks was a silver medalist in the pole vault, and Fleck is one of the state’s top throwers.
Rhandi Jackson, Edmond Memorial: The senior hurdler is a leader on a deep Bulldog team looking for a fourth state title in five years.
Allegra Knight, Harding Prep: Earned a spot on last year’s Little All-City first team for her speed in the distance races.