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...
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...
Pos. Player, school Cl. Avg. HR RBI
C Colten Kiker, Blanchard Sr. .486 10 62
1B Alex Fisher, H.H. Jr. .567 3 54
2B Jack Blumenthal, H.H. Sr. .407 1 29
3B Lane Cox, Dale Sr. .440 7 35
SS Cale Smith, Tuttle Jr. .421 8 40
OF Noah Boeckman, M.S.M. Jr. .519 0 13
Fisher not only broke that record, he also set the school mark for batting average in a season as part of one of the most dominant seasons in Heritage Hall’s history. He hit 20 doubles — passing the mark of 17 — and hit .567 while leading Heritage Hall to the Class 3A state championship for the...
COLTEN KIKER, BLANCHARD
The story: A four-year starter, Kiker led the Lions to the Class 4A state championship this season with a .486 batting average, 10 home runs and 62 RBIs. The Barton Community College (Kan.) signee holds the school record for games...
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...
BY SCOTT WRIGHT AND JACOB UNRUH | Published: Tue, Feb 24, 2015
A three-year starter at Carl Albert and one of the most reliable linebackers in the Oklahoma City metro area, Nathan Christmon III has accepted an invitation to be a preferred walk-on at Oklahoma State.
By Jenni Carlson, Staff Writer | Published: Wed, Feb 4, 2015
On the day he made his college intentions known, pulling a baby blue hat from out of his backpack and picking UCLA over Oklahoma and Ohio State — who the offensive lineman would pick was the biggest National Signing Day suspense in our state — no one was more important to Wariboko-Alali than the...