• Yukon standout Makayla Foy moves to Edmond Santa Fe

    Jacob Unruh | Updated: 4 hr ago

    Edmond Santa Fe girls basketball coach Paul Bass told The Oklahoman on Wednesday that sophomore Makayla Foy has moved away from Yukon and enrolled at Santa Fe. “It’s huge,” he said. “When I watched her play at Yukon she was a scoring fool. She knows the game real well. She’s not just a scorer, she’s a great defender. That’s two things that can make a player great. She’s going to help us tremendously.” Foy averaged 15.7 points per game last season at point guard for Yukon. She won’t be Edmond Santa Fe’s point guard with junior Jo’Nah Johnson returning, but she will take some pressure away from Johnson to score.

  • All-State baseball notebook: Norman North's Thomas Hughes has huge night for West

    BY JACOB UNRUH | Published: Tue, Jul 28, 2015

    TULSA — Norman North shortstop Thomas Hughes completed his high school career with just three home runs. That made the result of the first pitch he saw Tuesday that more surprising. Hughes hit a two-run home run in the first inning and finished the night by reaching base four out of five times to lead West to an 8-1 win over East in the annual large-school All-State baseball game at J.L. Johnson Stadium. “It was surreal, honestly,” Hughes said. “That (home run) was the last thing I expected. It was so much fun, especially with these guys.” Hughes, the son of Oklahoma coach Pete Hughes, finished 1-for-2 with three RBIs and three walks. For not having taken a live at-bat in two weeks, he was shocked at how well

  • Super 30: How Edmond Santa Fe's Calvin Bundage transformed into state's top recruit

    BY JACOB UNRUH | Published: Sat, Jul 25, 2015

    EDMOND — On a hot summer day two years ago, Cayman Bundage had his little brother broken and in tears, not in typical big brother fashion but as a mentor and workout partner. Bundage was back from his first season as an offensive lineman at Arizona. He was running two miles, but also dragging along Calvin Bundage, who was then about to enter his sophomore year as a short, pudgy baseball player who was turning away from football. “He’s crying,” Cayman Bundage said. “He said, ‘Man, I’m done. I ain’t running this,’ and then he ran inside.” It was that breaking point that led Calvin Bundage down a new path to prove people he could make it.

  • Edmond North’s Tre Evans decommits from OSU

    BY JACOB UNRUH Staff Writer junruh@oklahoman.com | Published: Wed, Jul 22, 2015

    Evans, one of the state’s top basketball recruits in the upcoming senior class, announced on his Twitter page that he was no longer committed to the Cowboys, a school he once said fit his up-tempo style of play.

  • After running from basketball, former Oklahoma State standout Obi Muonelo hopes to give back through the sport

    BY JENNI CARLSON | Updated: Thu, Jul 16, 2015

    EDMOND — Obi Muonelo kicked his left leg out from under the table and proudly showed the scar that changed his life. "You wanna check it out?" he said. It starts just above his outside ankle and runs five or six inches straight up his leg, the aftermath of a complete fibula fracture and resulting surgery during his freshman season at Oklahoma State. Up until that point, he had his career mapped out. Spend a couple years in Stillwater. Jump to the league. Make millions. But after the injury, he knew basketball wasn't his future. These last couple years, Muonelo not only built up a thriving business that helps people market and brand themselves better but also pushed away from the sport he long loved.

  • Edmond Santa Fe's Calvin Bundage named to Butkus Award watch list

    Jacob Unruh | Updated: Tue, Jul 14, 2015

    Edmond Santa Fe senior Calvin Bundage was named to the annual Butkus Award watch list for the high school award given to the nation's top linebacker on Tuesday. You can view the full list here. Bundage, who played safety for Edmond Santa Fe last season, is regarded as one of the state's top recruiting prospects. It's likely he will play linebacker at the college level. He has a total of 14 scholarship offers, including Arkansas, Michigan, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Oregon. He also has an offer from Arizone, where his older brother Cayman is an offensive lineman. In nine games as a junior, Calvin Bundage recorded 81 tackles and a sack.

  • Super 30: Edmond Santa Fe's Darran Williams lacks offers, but not motivation

    BY JACOB UNRUH | Published: Fri, Jun 26, 2015

    Williams kicks off The Oklahoman’s Super 30 series on the state’s top college recruits for the 2016 season at No. 30. He’s not one of nearly 50 players to hold a Division I scholarship, but his talent says at least one is coming at some point.

  • Will Edmond Santa Fe's Josh Richardson be drafted?

    Berry Tramel | Updated: Wed, Jun 24, 2015

    Edmond Santa Fe’s Josh Richardson reportedly was back in his hometown this week for a workout with the Thunder. The 6-foot-6 Tennessee swingman is considered a possible second-round pick in the NBA Draft on Thursday night. But draft analysts say Richardson has a decent chance at sticking with an NBA team. “Richardson is a player that will stick in the league early purely based off his physical and athletic traits,” nbadraft.net declared in its analysis of Richardson, which you can read in its entirety

  • Oklahoma football: Justice Hansen transferring to Butler Community College, per report

    Jason Kersey | Updated: Tue, Jun 16, 2015

    NORMAN — Former Oklahoma quarterback Justice Hansen is expected to transfer to Butler (Kan.) Community College, according to an ESPN.com report Tuesday afternoon. Hansen, a former Edmond Santa Fe standout, signed with the Sooners in their recruiting class of 2014 and redshirted last season. He competed with Trevor Knight, Baker Mayfield and Cody Thomas for the Sooners’ starting quarterback job during the spring, but announced he would transfer late last month. Hansen’s departure leaves only three scholarship quarterbacks — juniors Trevor Knight and Baker Mayfield and sophomore Cody Thomas — on the OU roster entering 2015, with walk-on true freshman Connor McGinnis also joining the fray.

  • The Oklahoman's All-State baseball roster

    BY JACOB UNRUH | Published: Sat, Jun 13, 2015

    FIRST TEAM Pos.;Player,school;Cl.;Avg.;HR;RBI C;Corey Zangari, Carl Albert;Sr.;.490;19;64 1B;Dalton Reed, Roff;Jr.;.581;19;55 2B;T.J. Black, Stillwater;Sr.;.442;0;26 3B;Josh Rolette, Shawnee;Sr.;.495;9;54 SS;Kamen Lounsbury, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale;Sr.;.504;7;58 OF;Trevor McCutchin, Owasso;Sr.;.370;5;28 OF;Josh McMinn, Union City/Southwest Covenant;Sr.;.570;7;64 OF;Colin Simpson, Edmond Memorial;Sr.;.452;10;52 DH;Alex Fisher, Heritage Hall;Jr.;.567;3;54 PITCHERS Pos.;Player, school;Cl.;Rec.;ERA;IP;K RHP;Jesus Gamez, Dover;Sr.;6-2;0.27;51.1;99 RHP;Kyle Tyler, Westmoore;Sr.;8-0;0.

  • Big All-City baseball roster

    BY JACOB UNRUH | Published: Fri, Jun 12, 2015

    FIRST TEAM Pos.;Player,school;Cl.;Avg.;HR;RBI C;Hunter Southerland, Westmoore;Sr.;.379;9;37 1B;Corey Zangari, Carl Albert;Sr.;.490;19;64 2B;T.J. Black, Stillwater;Sr.;.442;0;26 3B;Josh Rolette, Shawnee;Sr.;.495;9;54 SS;Thomas Hughes, Norman North;Sr.;.380;1;16 OF;Keegan Meyn, Yukon;Sr.;.324;2;18 OF;Colin Simpson, Edmond Memorial;Sr.;.452;10;52 OF;Connor Uselton, Southmoore;So.;.462;5;46 DH;Brooks Zimmerman, Stillwater;Sr.;.460;11;60 PITCHERS Pos.;Player, school;Cl.;Rec.;ERA;IP;K LHP;Eli Davis, Shawnee;So.;.9-1;1.07;65;102 RHP;Kyle Tyler, Westmoore;Sr.;8-0;0.70;60;102 Player of the Year: Corey Zangari, Carl ALbert Coach of the Year: Todd Boyer,

  • How a former Edmond Santa Fe star boosted TCU into the College World Series

    Published: Fri, Jun 12, 2015

    Garrett Crain lists his hometown as Mustang, played high school baseball at Edmond Santa Fe and spent time at Rose State. Tomorrow he'll be in Omaha with his TCU, which opens College World Series play Sunday against LSU. And the Horned Frogs got their with a big assist from Crain. The senior infielder scored the winning run in TCU's 5-4, 16-inning victory over Texas A&M early Tuesday morning in the Super Regional finale. Here's how Chuck Carlton of the Dallas Morning News reported it: "After seeing so many chances squandered and so many runners left on base, TCU senior Garrett Crain was focused on just one thing ...." Series berth “I knew we had to score somehow so I kept going,” Crain said of his dash from second base to score the game-winner. Catcher Evan Skoug hit the ball hard down the line. A&M third baseman Ronnie Gideon knocked it down behind the bag and bobbled it while Crain kept coming, running through a stop sign by third base coach Bill Mosiello. Gideon’s throw skipped past catcher Michael Barash as Crain scored, arms raised. “I was just thinking one thing,” said Crain, who walked to lead off the inning on a 10-pitch at bat. “In the 16th inning, I have to force something.”

  • Former Edmond Santa Fe, Tennessee guard Josh Richardson to work out for Grizzlies

    Updated: Wed, May 27, 2015

    Former Edmond Santa Fe and University of Tennessee guard Josh Richardson will participate in a pre-draft workout with the Memphis Grizzlies on Friday morning, according to the (Knoxville) News Sentinel. Richardson will be joined by former Arkansas guard Ky Maddden, former Florida State guard Aaron Thomas, former Notre Dame guard Pat Connaughton, former Florida forward Chris Walker and former Arizona forward Brandon Ashley. Richardson is represented by BDA Sports Management. The first-team All-SEC member and two-time member of the league’s all-defensive team was not invited to the NBA draft combine in Chicago.

  • Super 5: How DaQuan Jeffries' late-season run paid off for him and Edmond Santa Fe

    BY SCOTT WRIGHT, Staff Writer | Published: Sat, Apr 18, 2015

    The Edmond Santa Fe senior took his game to a new level over the final eight weeks of the season, guiding the Wolves on an unexpected run to the Class 6A state finals.

  • High school notebook: OSSAA looking further into private-school rules

    BY JACOB UNRUH AND SCOTT WRIGHT | Published: Tue, Apr 14, 2015

    The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association Board of Directors will discuss and take possible action at Wednesday’s monthly board meeting regarding an amendment to the rule that Bishop McGuinness High School officials unfairly targets private schools.

  • Oklahoman Super 5 and All-State girls basketball rosters

    BY JACOB UNRUH | Published: Sat, Apr 11, 2015

    Find out who made the 2015 roster for The Oklahoman’s Super 5 and All-State girls basketball teams.

  • NCAA's elimination of hardship waivers devastating news for Khari Harding's family

    BY JASON KERSEY | Updated: Thu, Mar 19, 2015

    Former Edmond Santa Fe star Khari Harding transferred from Auburn to Tulsa to be closer to his father, who is fighting cancer, and maximize his dad’s chances to watch him play live next fall. Under a new NCAA amendment ratified this week, the latter apparently won’t be possible. The NCAA eliminated immediate eligibility hardship waivers for Football Bowl Subdivision transfers — effective immediately.

  • Transfer to Tulsa brings former Edmond Santa Fe star Khari Harding closer to father

    BY JASON KERSEY | Published: Sat, Feb 28, 2015

    After learning in late December that his dad Corie was battling cancer for the second time, Khari Harding made the difficult decision to transfer from Auburn to Tulsa.

  • How Edmond Santa Fe star Calvin Bundage's recruiting stock skyrocketed

    BY JACOB UNRUH | Published: Sat, Feb 14, 2015

    Calvin Bundage has already picking up 12 Division I scholarship offers to enter The Oklahoman’s first 2016 Super 30 list of top college recruits as the No. 1 prospect. He holds offers from Arizona, Arkansas, Kansas, Iowa State, Michigan, North Texas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, SMU, TCU, Texas Tech and Tulsa.

  • Girls basketball roundup: Edmond Santa Fe wins on Jo'Nah Johnson's buzzer-beater

    BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Published: Fri, Feb 6, 2015

    The third-ranked Wolves’ pressure defense created some easy baskets to get back in the game, and after a pair of missed free throws by Norman North, Santa Fe’s Jo’Nah Johnson dribbled the length of the floor for a game-winning layup in the closing seconds for a 35-34 win Friday night.




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