It was only the second loss of the year for Clawson and Powers.
OCS' No. 2 doubles team, Mitchell Draelos and Griffin Hullender, defeated Metro Christian's Jeff McNeal and Zac Price, 6-2, 6-4, in the state championship match.
ADA REPEATS AS CHAMPION
Ada claimed its second straight boys' state tennis championship and the 16th overall for the school (boys and girls combined).
It also was the seventh state title for Ada tennis coach Skip Griese, who has been the Cougar tennis coach for 29 years, but the first back-to-back state championships.
Ada had five starters back from last year's state title team, which edged Byng by one point.
“We played very well in the doubles,” Griese' said.
CLARK DOMINATES CLASS 4A
Freshman phenom Zeke Clark of Riverfield Country Day of southwest Tulsa, captured the No. 1 singles state title by defeating Russell Gehring of Okmulgee, 6-1, 6-0.
Gehring was the only player to win a game against Clark during the state tournament.
The state academic tennis championships were won by Bartlesville in Class 6A (3.945 GPA), Tulsa Washington in Class 5A (4.0) and Byng in Class 4A (4.0).