You would have thought Norman North’s colors were cardinal and gold the way the crowd was reacting after the Class 6A No. 1 doubles state championship. Norman North’s Kevin Boyd and Sam Geurkink came from behind to beat Tulsa Union in the final, and in the process give Putnam City North its first boys team championship Saturday at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center. "I loved the crowd,” said Boyd. "That was the most fun I’ve ever had playing tennis in my entire life.” Because of the win, Putnam City North topped Tulsa Union 29-27 in the team race. The Panthers may have needed a little help, but they did plenty to earn their first title. Putnam North placed higher than its seed in three spots. The only spot it didn’t, No. 1 singles, was because sophomore Chris Haworth was already the top seed. "I never really thought this was possible,” said Putnam North coach David Diefenderfer. "This has been a long time coming.” It’s not often an undefeated season gets overshadowed, but that’s the case for Haworth. Haworth didn’t drop a set all tournament and earned his first state title with a 38-0 record. Haworth became only the second Panther to win an individual championship. Shawn Fox accomplished the feat at No. 1 singles in 1993. While Haworth said "it was really cool” to win and go undefeated, his focus switched over to the Norman North doubles match. Tulsa Union’s Ryan Proctor and Tayler Gallien won the first set 7-6. And as the sea of Putnam North followers came over to the court, it was tight in the second set before the Timberwolves’ squad won the final two sets 7-5, 7-5. Wil Rodwell placed second at No. 2 singles, as did the No. 2 doubles team of Casey New and Kole Melton for Putnam North, while the No. 1 doubles squad of Brian Diefenderfer and T.J. Becker placed third.