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Capitol Hill High School Varsity Boys Football
ASTEC CHARTER: GREGGORY BAILEY Athletics: Team captain in basketball. Comet of the Year award. Four-year letterwinner. Two-year starter. Academics: Grade point average of 3.6. Most outstanding physics student. Activities: Junior Rotarian. ASTEC student ambassador. Homecoming king. ASTEC Comet of the Year. Quote: “His talents are amazing because of the way he utilizes them unselfishly and...
2014 Scholar-Athletes: Part 1
BY JENNI CARLSON | Jun 29, 2014ASTEC CHARTER: GREGGORY BAILEY Athletics: Team captain in basketball. Comet of the Year award. Four-year letterwinner. Two-year starter. Academics: Grade point average of 3.6. Most outstanding physics student. Activities: Junior Rotarian. ASTEC student ambassador. Homecoming king. ASTEC Comet of the Year. Quote: “His talents are amazing because of the way he utilizes them unselfishly and without any concern for recognition. This is perhaps his greatest attribute and one that cannot be said for many. He has had a profound influence on our school and on me personally.” — Timothy Braun, physics and chemistry teacher College choice: Central Oklahoma Also nominated: April Tobias, Rodney Walker BETHANY: KIERRA McFADDEN Athletics: Honorable mention Little All-City in softball as a senior and sophomore. Lettered four years in softball, two years in basketball. Will play softball at Oklahoma Wesleyan. Academics: Grade point average of 4.0. Scored 23 on the ACT. National Honor Society. Nominated for Oklahoma Wesleyan Presidental Leadership Scholarship. Activities: Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Youth group. Quote: “I can tell you that after watching her interactions for the past three years, she demonstrates love and forgiveness to everyone. She is honest and a great friend to all of us.” — Dr. Don Wentroth, principal College choice: Oklahoma Wesleyan Also nominated: Sierra Flemming, Connor McRae BETHEL: SHELBY MILLER Athletics: Member of state championship team in slowpitch and runner-up team in softball as a senior. Made state three times in softball, three times in slowpitch and once in basketball. Will play softball at Seminole State. Academics: Grade point average of 3.9. National Honor Society. Activities: Student council secretary. Students Against Drunk Driving. Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Quote: “Shelby has been able to balance leadership roles on the court and field while still devoting herself to the pursuit of excellence in her academic courses.” — Christian Herring, English teacher College choice: Seminole State Also nominated: Chase Brum, Rachel Wade BISHOP McGUINNESS: JORDAN EDWARDS Athletics: All-district honorable mention in baseball. Member of two academic state champion teams in baseball and two in football. Academics: Scored 31 on the ACT. Weighted grade point average of 4.4. National Honor Society. Spanish Honor Society. Activities: Key Club. Camino Club. Eagle Scout. Infant Crisis Services Teen Associate Board. More than 700 hours of service. Kairos retreat leader. Quote: “He can be a hard worker, stubborn and humble all at the same time, which made him an interesting and wonderful young man to have in class.” — Peter McConnell, theology teacher College choice: Undecided Also nominated: Lauren Hill, Ian Patterson BLANCHARD: PARKER RANDELS Athletics: Member of state championship football team as a junior, state runner-up as a senior. Made all-tournament team twice in basketball as a senior. Academics: Scored 32 on the ACT. Grade point average of 4.0. Valedictorian. National Football Foundation scholarship. National Honor Society vice president. Activities: Student council president. Three-year class officer. Fellowship of Christian Athletes co-captain. Special Olympics volunteer. Boys’ State governor. Quote: “In the process of pushing himself to be the best he could be, he showed (younger players) how being committed as an individual can lead a whole team to success.” — Jeff Craig, football coach College choice: Undecided Also nominated: Mariah Brooks, Logan Wright CAPITOL HILL: SUSAN PACE Athletics: Two-year captain on the soccer team. Also captain on the cross country and softball teams. Region 8 Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Academics: Grade point average of 3.5. Ranked in the top 10 percent of her class. National Honor Society. Activities: Kiwanis Student of the Month. High Lion Award. Quote: “She is the all-around kid that every teacher likes to have in class. She is the all-around team player that would play any position or do anything to help your team.” — Vida Carey, English teacher, soccer and softball coach College choice: Undecided Also nominated: Joshua Davis, Yamillet Escamilla CARL ALBERT: MORGAN HEARD Athletics: Member of three state championship teams and one state runner-up in softball. Three-time second-team Big All-City selection. Coaches’ All-State Reserve as a senior. Will play softball at Central Oklahoma. Academics: Grade point average of 4.0. Ranked in the top 10 percent of her class. Twice named outstanding math student, once outstanding English student. Academic letter jacket. Quote: “Morgan treats her coaches, teachers, classmates and teammates with the utmost respect. She is very coachable on the field and an excellent student in the classroom.” — Colin White, math teacher and softball coach College choice: Central Oklahoma Also nominated: Chris Weigel, Drew Wild CASADY: ASHA NANDA Athletics: Two-time all-conference north zone in field hockey. Participated in Futures Olympic Training Program. Four years varsity tennis. Two years varsity soccer. Academics: Scored 31 on the ACT. Weighted grade point average of 4.2. Activities: Yearbook editor. Gales pep club president. Student council secretary. Youth Leadership Exchange. U.S. Presidential Service Award. Orchestra. Quote: “I have seen her many times arrive at school an hour early to help with decorating for a pep rally and then play every minute of a field hockey game that evening.” — Brittany Croce, Spanish teacher and soccer coach College choice: Duke Also nominated: Sam Wert
Jun 29, 2014
Westmoore senior principal Brian Fitzgerald a candidate to replace Carl Franks as district AD. Jeremy Stark a candidate to take over as head football coach at Southmoore.
High school notebook: Moore board to name district athletic director, Southmoore coach
By Jacob Unruh | Jun 29, 2014The Moore Board of Education will discuss and take action regarding naming a new district athletic director and Southmoore football coach during Monday night’s special meeting. Former Moore athletic director Carl Franks was recently reassigned within the district. The agenda says the board is considering Brian Fitzgerald, the senior principal at Westmoore, to replace Franks. Also, the board will consider the promotion of Southmoore defensive coordinator Jeremy Stark to head coach, replacing Jeff Brickman. The board will also vote on naming former Crooked Oak soccer coach Mike Fadum the new boys soccer coach at Moore. KRALIK NAMED CAPITOL HILL COACH Longtime Blanchard boys basketball coach William Kralik has been named the coach at Capitol Hill. Kralik spent the past 10 years with the Lions, going 129-127. Kralik, a U.S. Grant alumnus, also led the Lions to 22-win seasons in 2009 and 2013. Capitol Hill went 6-12 last season, losing to Carl Albert in the Class 5A regionals. EDMOND NORTH’S OLSEN PICKS UP FIRST OFFER Edmond North’s Abby Olsen picked up her first scholarship offer last week when Brigham Young University offered the sophomore guard. Olsen picked up the offer at an elite camp. A freshman last season, Olsen joins standouts Ana Llanusa of Choctaw, Bethany Franks of Norman and Jo’Nah Johnson of Edmond Santa Fe with Division I offers in the 2017 class.
Jan 19, 2014
Putnam City West is No. 1 in Class 6 boys basketball. U.S. Grant and Capitol Hill looking for head football coaches.
High schools: Discussing the 6A split, basketball surprises and football coaching moves
BY SCOTT WRIGHT, Staff Writer, email@example.com | Jan 19, 2014Topics of conversation have been broad lately, so it seemed like a good time to address the three most popular — the potential Class 6A split, the biggest surprises of basketball season, and the future ramifications of the football coaching carousel — in question-and-answer form: Will the Class 6A split in all sports actually happen? Too early to tell. Dr. Dick Balenseifen, the Putnam City Schools athletic director, put a lot of work into the proposal he presented to the OSSAA last week, which suggested the need to split the 32 Class 6A schools into two 16-team divisions in all sports, based on the number of championships won by the 16 largest schools as compared to the 16 smallest. The number is pretty staggering: 87 percent of all state titles over the last 16 years have gone to the largest 16 schools, according to Balenseifen's research. And that number is the bedrock of his argument. But Balenseifen and his supporters know they have a lot of work left to do if they're going to get the OSSAA fully on board with his idea. There's a lot of support for the idea, especially from the schools outside the top 16, for obvious reasons. But there are a lot of hurdles left to clear before the proposal will ever go out to a vote of the member schools involved. The item will be up for discussion and possible action at the February board meeting, and the direction it goes from there will be most telling of its potential success. What has been the biggest surprise of the first half of the basketball season? My initial reaction is to say the Putnam City West boys, who are now No. 1 in Class 6A, but in reality, I've been more impressed than surprised by them. The Patriots were No. 2 in The Oklahoman's preseason poll, and knocking off Tulsa Union was impressive — but not a huge surprise. That team has a lot of talent and a really good coach in Lenny Bert. The ceiling is high for the Pats, not just this season but in the future as well. So, as for actual surprises, the Choctaw girls would fall into that category. They've hit a couple speed bumps against really good teams lately, but showed enough to prove that the 9-0 start wasn't a fluke. Now at 10-2, they've moved into the top 5 in Class 6A, and deservingly so. And I'll add the Centennial boys to the list of surprises as well. Not the fact that they're having success, but the fact that they're unbeaten and have hardly been challenged through 14 games. The Bison have a pair of two-point victories. All the other wins have been by 12 points or more. Coach Scott Raper built that program into a winner from the ground up, and in doing so had earned the respect of his players. For Garrette Mantle to do the same with just a few months on the job, and keep the program on track like he has, says a lot about the coaching job he's done there so far. Will the football coaching carousel stop spinning anytime soon? Not likely. This all started when Steve Spavital stepped down at Broken Arrow, leaving an opening at the largest school in the state. Now it's down to two men, Broken Arrow assistant David Alexander and Guthrie head coach Rafe Watkins. Signs point to the odds being in Alexander's favor. The Westmoore opening could knock over some other dominoes, though. Billy Langford did a fantastic job taking a program that fallen and reviving it. It's a good job now, and in the future, so it's very possible that it could lure another good head coach. There are some other good openings out there now, at places like Grove and Duncan, that could shake things up as well. And here are two unique yet intriguing job openings currently on the market: U.S. Grant and Capitol Hill. Both football teams will begin their four-year independence from the OSSAA in the fall, meaning they will not be a part of a district and are allowed to schedule teams of any level. It's part of the process designed to build those programs back to the point where they have a chance to compete against schools their size when the four-year period ends in 2018. For a coach looking to build a program from a clean slate, and have chance to greatly impact the lives of his players, there's no place with a greater opportunity than what's available at Grant and Capitol Hill. Many of the coaches who've been at those two schools over the last several years have worked hard to touch the lives of the children who come to play for them. But now, there's a new opportunity to impact your players and win games. The latter might sound superficial, but it has meaning to a 17-year-old boy who maybe hasn't experienced it much. And it might keep him on the team when he wouldn't have stayed before.
The school forfeits two football games and five track meets from last year in which an ineligible athlete participated
High school notebook: Broken Arrow's self-imposed penalties approved
BY JACOB UNRUH AND SCOTT WRIGHT | Sep 11, 2013The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association board of directors approved Broken Arrow's lengthy list of self-imposed penalties Wednesday afternoon after the school forfeited two football games and five track meets from last year in which an ineligible athlete participated. The Tigers won the track state championship, and the penalties do not affect that. The two football games were the first two nondistrict games the Tigers beat Owasso and Bentonville, Ark. The board approved the penalties with a 9-0-1 vote after a nearly 50-minute executive session. “At the end of the day we'll be better for what we've done,” Broken Arrow superintendent Jarod Mendenhall said about imposing the penalties. The rules violation stemmed from an unidentified student who repeated the eighth grade after moving to Broken Arrow. He was a senior last year, and OSSAA rules state that a student who repeats his seventh or eighth grade year must sit out that year. Broken Arrow also promoted boys basketball coach Rusty Stecker to associate director for athletic compliance and spirit coordinator Melenda Knight was promoted to assistant director of athletics. Athletic director Ken Ellett was also suspended from his duties that involve any oversight of athletic eligibility this school year, and football coach Steve Spavital was also removed as assistant athletic director and will now serve as coordinator of football operations. Assistant track coach Brad Farrow was suspended from all coaching duties in the school district and will have to be reinstated by the OSSAA. The football and track programs are also on “warning” status for this school year. ADM ISSUES The average daily membership that was approved in August is changing. Texhoma's ADM is increasing after an error, raising its ADM from 82 to more than 100. The school turned in the numbers for its Oklahoma students, but left off the Texas students enrolled. Claremore, though, will remain in the Class 6A at No. 32 after trying to get its ADM reduced. Executive director Ed Sheakley denied the move. CEMENT DROPPING FOOTBALL FOR TWO YEARS Cement recently forfeited its season and has asked to not play football for the next two seasons. The school looks to instead play fall baseball. With the move, Merritt has asked to play eight-man football and will move to Class B and Prue will drop to Class C. In an effort to equalize Class A, Ketchum will move to that class and Perry will move to Class 2A, leaving Class 3A at 56 schools. SPRING BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS COULD BE AT BRICKTOWN, OU The OSSAA is looking to move the spring baseball championships to Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark and the University of Oklahoma. The RedHawks do not have a scheduled home series during the championships and OU's graduation falls on a different weekend, opening up the stadiums for availability. Oklahoma has a standing policy that no events can take place on campus during graduation, which has prevented the OSSAA from holding the event there in the past. OSSAA assistant director Mike Whaley said nothing has been finalized for either location. The spring state quarterfinals and semifinals will be played at Edmond Santa Fe and Edmond North. The fall baseball championships will be played in Bricktown on Saturday, Oct. 12. 6A, 5A BASEBALL DISTRICTS APPROVED The OSSAA board of directors also unanimously approved the new baseball districts for Class 6A and Class 5A in 2014 and 2015. The classes are split into four districts with two east districts and two west districts. However, Norman and Putnam City will play in an east district with Jenks, Muskogee, Owasso, Sand Springs, Sapulpa and Stillwater. In Class 5A, Capitol Hill, Shawnee and Western Heights will be in a district with Coweta, Durant, Tulsa Edison, McAlester and Pryor. MOORE'S DRAKE WINS APPEAL Moore football player Austin Drake won his eligibility appeal and can play for the Lions this season. Drake moved back to Moore from Duncan this summer. He started middle school in Moore, starting his eligibility there. He presented new information about his family situation to the board Wednesday that won his appeal. IMPORTANT WIN FOR CHANDLER Last Friday's 35-7 win over Lincoln County rival Stroud was important on multiple levels for the Lions. It broke a four-year winning streak for Stroud in the annual grudge match, and it was the first win for Zach Smith in his head coaching debut. Smith came to Chandler after serving as the defensive coordinator at Del City. It was the Lions first game since the death of coach Scott Myers to cancer following the 2012 season. To follow up their opening win, the Lions will have their hands full with a visit from Class 3A No. 2 Kingfisher, last year's state runner-up.
The new landscape of Class 6A football is a little clearer.
High school notebook: OSSAA board approves ADM, sets new Class 6A football divisions
BY JACOB UNRUH, SCOTT WRIGHT AND TRENT SHADID, Staff Writers | Aug 14, 2013The new landscape of Class 6A football is a little clearer. The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association board of directors unanimously approved the new average daily membership Wednesday, confirming the new divisions in Class 6A football for the 2014 and 2015 seasons. Class 6A will be divided into two 16-team divisions beginning the 2014 season. Each division will have its own postseason and champion. However, U.S. Grant will not be involved in Division II, as it had previously received approval to not participate in football for four years. That will leave Division II with 15 teams. Capitol Hill will also not be involved in Class 5A football for the same span, leaving the class with 31 teams. Under the new average attendance numbers, Putnam City is No. 16, marking the cutoff point for Class 6A Division I. With the board's approval Wednesday, the districts can now be set for the 2014-15 seasons. That is expected to take place later this month. BOARD CLARIFIES LANGUAGE OF POOL PLAY RULE The Wright City case last spring still has a lingering effect with the OSSAA. The OSSAA clarified language of the pool play rule for baseball and softball, ensuring the rule would be understood in the future. The rule will now state that in pool play, “if two or more games are played after the completion of pool play then all pool play games shall count against the regular season limitations.” Baseball and softball teams are allowed 22 regular season games. Last spring Wright City exceeded the limit, but raised concerns of Yukon possibly violating the pool play limitations. The OSSAA had already determined Yukon did not break the rule. OSSAA executive director Ed Sheakley told the board he just wanted to clarify the interpretation. “Our interpretation of the pool play rule has always been you've got your games within the pool, you play those within the pool, if you come out of the pool you can play one game,” he told them. “If you play more than one game, then all of those games that you played during the pool count against your regular season. For those that are short on games during the regular season, they can come out and play multiple games.” BRICKTOWN TO HOST FALL BASEBALL The fall baseball state championship games will remain at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark after the OSSAA board of directors unanimously approved the location. The games are scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 12. The board has continuously attempted to bring the spring state championship games to Bricktown, but availability of the ballpark in May is more difficult to manage. BROYLES ELECTED TO OSSAA BOARD Braggs superintendent Michael Broyles was elected to the OSSAA board of directors for the Northeast Quadrant, Division III. Broyles replaces Dudley Hume, of Webbers Falls. Hume resigned over the summer from his position on the board. Broyles was in attendance Wednesday, but did not participate in the voting process of any of the cases on the agenda. COMANCHE'S HAMMOND COMMITS TO NEBRASKA Former Oklahoma basketball commit Jacob Hammond appears to have found his college home, verbally committing to Nebraska this week, according to OKHoops.com. Hammond, a 6-foot-10 forward who is expected to play his senior season of high school basketball at Comanche this winter, decommitted from OU at the end of last season, which he played at Sunrise Christian in Kansas. He also had an offer from Texas Tech. KEVIN DURANT'S STRENGTH COACH HOLDING CAMP AT DEL CITY The nationally renowned basketball strength and conditioning coach who has worked with Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant will be holding a camp in Del City this weekend. Alan Stein's Cutting Edge Camp, designed to improve basketball athleticism, will be held from noon-4 p.m. Saturday at Del City High School. The camp is open to boys and girls age 10 and up. Cost is $99. The camp offers exercises in quickness, agility, core strength and basketball-specific conditioning, among other things. Email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. LEXINGTON COACH JEFF HALL CONTINUES TO BUILD PROGRAM At the conclusion of the 2011 season, Lexington was 1-9 and had just 14 players. Coming into this season, the Class 2A Bulldogs now have 56 players. The turnaround can largely be attributed to coach Jeff Hall, who is now entering his second season as the Bulldogs head coach. “From 14 to 56 shows the kids have bought in,” Hall said. “They're comfortable around us, and they're now starting to put in extra work. Last year, our junior high bunch would show up on Sunday's (voluntarily) and go throw a football around. It's just the little things like that.” Hall improved the Bulldogs win total by six games last season, going 7-3. With nine returning starters, including standout receivers Jeron Hamm and Jake Blanchard, Lexington looks to continue the turnaround. “We've built a mutual respect with our kids by showing them we really care about them,” Hall said. “That's been the biggest thing. X's and O's are the same everywhere, but we try to connect with our kids on a personal level as much as we possibly can. I think that's been really important for us.”
A look at the Oklahoma high school athletes who have signed to play college athletics as of Aug. 5, 2013.
Oklahoma high school athlete signing list: Aug. 5, 2013
Compiled by Scott Wright | Aug 4, 2013Football Ned Adair, Fort Gibson (ECU) Christian Aduddell, OCS (OBU) Dominique Alexander, Tulsa Washington (OU) Lorenzo Alexander, Northwest (SNU) Ryan Alger, Broken Arrow (South Dakota) Wes Allen, Sapulpa (NEO) Brandon Andraszek, Yukon (SWOSU) Parker A'Neal, Cascia Hall (ECU) Jaleel Asberry, Southmoore (NEO) Brett Asher, Cascia Hall (Hendrix) Garrett Asher, Carl Albert (NWOSU) Cameron Ashley, Bristow (NWOSU) Hunter Atyia, Tulsa Union (Air Force) Daniel August, Victory Christian (Pittsburg St.) Jordan Avants, Garber (ECU) Chris Baccus, Beggs (NEO) Tyler Bacon, Quapaw (Fort Hays St.) Glenn Banks, Douglass (Langston) Trey'Vonne Barr'e, Jenks (Iowa Western) Hunter Baskett, Mustang (SNU) Dawson Bassett, Tuttle (OSU) Joe Bean, Hooker (Tulsa) Joe Bell, Tulsa Memorial (NWOSU) Michael Bell, Broken Arrow (Southwestern, Kan.) Brandon Berg, Tulsa Union (Missouri Southern) Theo Berry, Shawnee (NEO) Noah Berryhill, Sapulpa (UCO) Blake Biggs, Yukon (Henderson St.) Ethan Birdwell, Moore (Bethel) Hollis Birmingham, Tulsa Washington (Baker) Jacob Blair, Christian Heritage (NEO) Jaelen Bledsoe, Tulsa McLain (Emporia St.) Joel Blumenthal, Deer Creek (Butler CC) Paden Bond, Madill (SEOSU) Terrance Bonner, Southmoore (ECU) Wess Bowman, Tulsa Memorial (NSU) Rob Boyd, Vian (Tulsa) Deontai Bradford, Tulsa Central (Baker) Bo Bradshaw, Carl Albert (OBU) Jack Braught, Duncan (OU)* Andy Brestel, Fort Gibson (Pittsburg St.) Meli Brewer, Midwest City (Friends) Kyle Britt, Okemah (Ottawa) Dustin Brothers, Stillwater (NEO) Antoine Brown, Tulsa East Central (Pittsburg St.) D'Vonte Brown, Tulsa Central (Baker) Sam Brown, Edmond North (Grand View) Clay Burt, Liberty (NEO) Brock Byford, Edmond North (NEO) James Caligone, Tulsa Washington (UAB) Braden Calip, Jenks (UCO) Tucker Calmus, Mustang (SEOSU) Cole Cameron, Kingfisher (UCO) Dylan Cantrell, Wagoner (UCO) Austin Carmichael, Broken Arrow (Missouri Southern) Dapree Carson, Southmoore (Arkansas Tech) Kimmie Carson, Tulsa East Central (New Mexico) Randall Case, Jones (ECU) Hunter Chalfant, Hinton (UCO) Jared Chance, Mustang (Drake) Cody Chancellor, Bishop McGuinness (OU)* Zach Clark, Westmoore (OBU) La'teze Clayton, Wagoner (UCO) Corbin Cleveland, Norman North (OBU) Evan Coles, Norman North (ECU) Stephen Cochran, Bartlesville (Drake) Samory Collier, Owasso (NEO) Shane Collins, Elmore City-Pernell (NWOSU) Kameron Cooper, Hugo (SEOSU) Tyler Cortez, Vian (NEO) Justin Coryell, Newcastle (Emporia St.) Josh Crockett, Bristow (UCO) Calan Crowder, Bartlesville (Missouri St.) Novis Cullom, Tulsa Memorial (NEO) Jordan Cunningham, Claremore (NSU) Chris Dahlquist, Tulsa Union (Texas-San Antonio) Eric Davis, Edmond Santa Fe (NWOSU) Frankie Davis, Broken Arrow (Tulsa) Kenneth Davis, Star Spencer (NSU) Ricardo DeLuna, Southeast (Langston) Dakota Diessner, Durant (Air Force) Jackson Dillon, Ringling (Memphis) Ray Douglass, Southeast (Langston) Trevor Dowell, Hennessey (SWOSU) Lavonte Doxey, Norman North (NWOSU) DeAndre Drink, Tulsa Memorial (NWOSU) Dalton Duke, Lexington (NWOSU) Cameron Durant, Tulsa Washington (ECU) Cody Earp, Southmoore (Colorado St.-Pueblo) Shain Edwards, Destiny Christian (ECU) Shawn Epps, Del City (Langston) Jordan Evans, Norman North (OU) Bo Farrow, Broken Arrow (Pittsburg St.) Cameo Fennerm Cache (OBU) Marquice Fletcher, Tulsa Union (South Dakota) Tyler Follis, Deer Creek (SWOSU) Anthony Ford, Broken Arrow (MidAmerica Nazarene) Brantley Ford, Altus (OBU) Tevin Foster, Lawton (South Dakota) Lee Frazier, Douglass (Bethany) Carlos Freeman, Midwest City (Washington St.) Cornelius Fugett, Edmond Santa Fe (Panhandle St.) Jackson Fuselier, Tulsa Washington (Tulsa)* Caden Gacek, Bixby (NWOSU) Aron Gaines, Northeast (Friends) Jake Gandara, Fort Gibson (UCO) Alejandro Garcia, Tulsa East Central (NEO) Brandon Garrett, Edmond North (OBU) Wes Gaymon, Putnam North (Bethany) Melvin Gilliam, Tulsa Washington (Southwestern, Kan.) Dalton Gillispie, Prague (OBU) Jason Goff, OCS (OBU) Hunter Gomez, Carl Albert (Westminster) Blake Gordon, Stroud (ECU) Darius Graham, Lawton MacArthur (Northern Colorado) Austin Grauer, Lincoln Christian (Trinity University) Brice Gregory, Mooreland (Panhandle St.) Delans Griffin, Clinton/NEO (Panhandle St.) Chris Hall, Tulsa Union (Tulsa) Niko Hammer, Sequoyah-Tahlequah (OSU)* Seth Handley, Enid (ECU) Nick Hardaway, Westmoore (OU)* Jordan Harding, Broken Arrow (SNU) Khari Harding, Edmond Santa Fe (Auburn) Gerald Hardridge, Tulsa Central (McPherson) Kahlil Harper, Tulsa Union (Army) Terry Harris, Douglass (Morgan St.) Cody Helms, Coweta (OBU) Karltrell Henderson, Southmoore (SWOSU) Mitch Henderson, Kingfisher (SWOSU) Jacob Hendrickson, Tulsa Union (NEO) d'Vante Henry, Southmoore/Arizona Western (West Virginia) Josh Herman, Tulsa East Central (Southwestern, Kan.) Ray Hernandez, Midwest City (Friends) Devin Herriman, Sallisaw (NWOSU) D.J. Hicks, Norman North (Lindenwood) Tyler Hicks, Frederick (SWOSU) Jake Higginbotham, Norman North (ECU) Zeth Higginbottom, Mustang (OBU) Chris High, Douglass (Navy) Bingham Hightower, Cushing (SNU) Levi Hill, Hennessey (NWOSU) Zach Hill, Blanchard (UCO) Colby Hinkle, Dewey (Missouri Southern) Caleb Holland, Carl Albert (OBU) Jon-Michael Hollarn, Tuttle (OBU) Hayden Holmes, Coweta (Hastings) Kendall Holmes, Tulsa Union (NEO) Eric Holt, Tulsa Memorial (NWOSU) Dillon Hood, Bixby (NEO) Buster Horn, Seiling (NWOSU) Grant Hoover, Frederick (OBU) Luke Hoskins, Edmond North (SWOSU) Dylan House, Bartlesville (NWOSU) Clay Hunt, Jones (MidAmerica Nazarene) Aristeo Ibarra, Frederick (Panhandle St.) Cory Irwins, Mustang (ECU) Nick Jeffreys, Bishop McGuinness (The Citadel) Austin Jennings, Harrah (SEOSU) DeAndre Jennings, Bixby (NEO) Blake Johnson, Henryetta (OBU) Devanta Johnson, Tulsa East Central (NEO) Qualan Johnson, Midwest City (NEO) Sam Johnson, Sapulpa (Henderson St.) Carsie Jones, Tulsa Washington (Evangel) Redford Jones, Norman North (Tulsa)* Taylor Jones, Broken Arrow (Missouri Valley) Marcus Jordan, Bixby (Langston) Dalton Julian, Broken Bow (SEOSU) Tre Kelley, Edmond Santa Fe/Missouri State (SWOSU) J.T. Ketch, Bethel (OBU) Cooper Koons, Tuttle (OBU) Trey Knowles, Wynnewood (SNU) Khalid Kornegay, Tulsa Union (South Dakota) Augie Kraft, Hennessey/UCO (Friends) Brady Krittenbrink, Pond Creek-Hunter (NEO) Elijah Lane, Yukon (Langston) Colton Langford, Lexington (NWOSU) Corey Lawrence, Del City (Oregon St.) Nathan Lee, Jones (OU)* Mvhayv Locust, Sequoyah-Tahlequah (UCO) Tre Locust, Vian (NSU) Austin Loomis, Deer Creek (SWOSU) Andrew Long, Southmoore/Air Force (UCO) Zach Long, Norman (OU)* Caleb Longest, Duncan (NWOSU) Terry Love, Del City (Langston) Jaylen Lowe, Owasso (Tulsa) Tajh Lowe, Tulsa Washington (UAB) Nick Lucido, Jenks (Augustana) Andrew Lusky, Oklahoma Bible Academy (Kansas Wesleyan) Johnathan Martin, Southmoore (SNU) Isaac Maselera, Glenpool/OSU (Pittsburg St.) Anthony Mason, Miami/NEO (Friends) Scott Matiaha, Thomas (NEO) Blake Maxey, Keys-Park Hill (NSU) Jon McBride, Del City (NWOSU) Garrett McBroom, Stillwater (NEO) Cory McCalister, Carl Albert (OBU) Markice McCane, Del City (Panhandle St.) Ryder McCaskill, Davis (ECU) Andrew McClung, CCS (SNU) Coleton McDonald, Liberty (ECU) Justice McFadden, Guthrie (NWOSU) Tanner McGehee, Alva (NWOSU) Lattarrius McGoy, Tulsa East Central (NEO) Tyrone McGriff, Tulsa Memorial (NWOSU) Ty McKenzie, Owasso (Missouri Southern) Mason McMillan, Tahlequah (NSU) Abrm McQuarters, Cascia Hall (Dartmouth) Blake Mejia, Tulsa Union (Tulsa) Dallen Mercer, Velma-Alma (ECU) Channing Meyer, Norman North (Merchent Marine Academy) Logan Miller, Enid (NWOSU) Tevin Mitchell, Piedmont (Panhandle St.) Brennan Miyake, Deer Creek (UCO)* Cre Moore, Broken Arrow (Kansas St.) Derrick Moore, Wetumka (NSU) Jerrit Moore, Westmoore (NEO) Ross Moore, Broken Arrow (SNU) Tae Moore, Putnam City North (NEO) Josh Morgan, Westmoore (ECU) Jonah Motley, Stillwater (NEO) Heath Newland, Edmond North (OU)* Jeremy Newton, Garber (ECU) Sam Noble, Oologah (UCO) Dedrien Nowden, Davis (UCO) Ben Oberste, Sallisaw (Tulsa) Shaq Oliver, Chickasha (McPherson College) Colton Owen, Tecumseh (Arizona Western) J.J. Ozturk, Keys-Park Hill (NSU) Jerech Page, Edmond North (SWOSU) John Page, Bethany (SNU) Bryson Parker, Del City (Panhandle St.) Jalaun Parker, Edmond Santa Fe (Panhandle St.) Aaron Patterson, Stillwater (NSU) Garrett Patterson, Jenks (Chadron St.) Bryan Payne, Norman North (NEO) Andrew Pence, Bixby (William Jewell) Michael Perez, Altus (SWOSU) Devin Peyton, Perkins-Tryon (NWOSU) T.J. Ponds, Wagoner (NSU) Garrett Powell, Bartlesville/NEO (Pittsburg St.) Beau Proctor, Norman North (NSU) Kaleb Prough, Edmond North (SWOSU) Dominick Pyfer, Lawton (SWOSU) Andrew Ramos, Frederick (Panhandle St.) Jake Ramos, Glenpool (NWOSU) Jermaine Rathod, Tulsa Memorial (NEO) Jared Rayburn, Deer Creek (SWOSU) Ty Reasnor, Cashion (Emporia St.) Keizon Reed, Tulsa Central (Baker) Joel Reser, Del City/NEO (ECU) Chandler Rhodes, Mustang (MidAmerica Nazarene) Dillon Rice, Muskogee (UCO) Dakota Ritchie, Foyil (NSU) Donovan Roberts, Norman/Arkansas (UCO) Brooks Robertson, Roland (UCO) Dexton Robertson, Cahsion (Pittsburg St.) Imond Robinson, Norman (Arkansas Tech) Dalton Rodriguez, Tulsa Union (Tulsa) Devin Rolan, McAlester (Tulsa) Jase Romine, McAlester (OBU) Kooper Ruminer, Deer Creek (UCO) Dionta Rushing, Star Spencer (UCO) Cody Rutherford, Bartlesville (NWOSU) Eric Sadler, Putnam City North (NEO) Newt Salisbury, Collinsville (NEO) Codey Sanchez, Yukon (SWOSU) Dante Sanders, Edmond North (Fort Hays St.) Victor Sanders, Midwest City (ECU) Jeff Scallion, Jenks (Haskell) B.J. Scott, Lawton (UCO) Brayden Scott, Sequoyah-Tahlequah (Memphis) Robert Secrets, Edmond North (Grand View) Spenser Seeley, Chandler (SWOSU) Roper Selby, Midway (NSU) Kyle Self, Blanchard (Baker/OBU) Trevor Shankle, Poteau (Fort Hays St.) Cade Shearwood, Stigler (UCO) Colton Shearwood, Stigler (UCO) Tanner Sheets, Sequoyah-Tahlequah (NSU) Rowdy Simon, Vian (Tulsa)* Carson Smallwood, Pryor (NSU) Jordan Smallwood, Jenks (OU) Dior Smiley, Douglass (Langston) Blake Smith, Broken Arrow (UCO) Broc Smith, Cascia Hall (Hendrix) Jacky Smith, Putnam City (NEO) Jake Smith, Lawton MacArthur (OBU) Thurman Smith, Tulsa McLain (UCO) Jake Spradling, Southmoore (NWOSU) Addison Staggs, Westmoore (UCO) Chas Stallard, Cleveland (UCO) Jackson Stallings, Southmoore (Yale) Phillip Sumpter, Edmond Santa Fe (Memphis) Jeff Surrell, Ardmore (ECU) Devin Swift, Sapulpa (NEO) Ray Taylor, Tulsa Memorial (NWOSU) Stanvon Taylor, Tulsa East Central (OU) Davy'Aun Thomas, Lawton MacArthur (ECU) Kerwin Thomas, Wagoner (Tulsa) Jonathan Thompson, Bartlesville (NWOSU) Carlos Torres, El Reno (SWOSU) Chris Turner, Tulsa Memorial (NWOSU) Roosevelt Turner, Putnam North (Bethany) Jaxon Uhles, Norman North (Pittsburg St.) Zac Uhles, Norman (Tulsa) Nick Vanatta, Monkey Island/Missouri Military (NWOSU) Brandon Wackerly, Deer Creek (NEO) Brandon Waggoner, Jenks (UCO) Markus Wakefield, Heritage Hall/Howard (UCO) Kyler Walker, Carl Albert (UCO)* Roy Walker, Tulsa Memorial (Southeast Prep) D.J. Ward, Southmoore (OU) Nick Ward, Southmoore (Wofford) Jake Warehime, Del City (Emporia St.) Dakota Warrington, Mustang (NEO) Braden Watts, Bartlesville (NWOSU) Jesse Webb, Frederick (NWOSU) Zach Webb, Metro Christian (Tulsa) Jay Werner, Poteau (NSU) A.J. West, Yukon (Emporia St.) Brian West, Muldrow (NSU) Jhames West, Westmoore (ECU) Devin White, Putnam City (NEO) Kenon White, Tipton (NWOSU) Nigel White, Tulsa Central (Langston)* Anthony Wilkinson, Lincoln Christian (Army) Aaron Williams, Lawton Eisenhower (UCO) Anthony Williams, Douglass (NEO) Bryan Williams, Carl Albert (UCO) Darian Williams, Stillwater (NEO) Riley Wilson, Davis (NWOSU) Gage Wimer, Blanchard (OBU) Dajuan Wojciechowski, Lawton (NEO) Brad Wolf, Tecumseh (NEO) Diquon Woodhouse, Altus (Navy) Justin Woody, Northeast/NWOSU (Friends) Zak Woolman, Adair (NEO) Kelly Wortham, Yukon (Pittsburg St.) Cam Wrenn, Broken Arrow (NEO) Andrew Wright, Lincoln Christian (Wheaton) Jermaine Wright, Tulsa Washington (NEO) Chavez Wyatt, Douglass (NSU) Mason Yelton, Bixby (Southwest Baptist) Ryne Yost, Lawton (Sam Houston St.) Deshawn Young, Chickasha (McPherson College) Deontre Youngblood, Tulsa East Central (Pittsburg St.) Curtes Zachary, Lawton (NWOSU) Lorenzo Zuniga, Douglass (Langston) Baseball Jared Baker, Edmond North (OCU) Keach Ballard, Durant/Murray State (OU) Zach Ballengee, Carl Albert (Southwestern Chr.) Blake Battenfield, Verdigris (OSU) Jake Bersche, Skiatook (Friends) Austin Billiot, Mustang (Northern-Enid) Peyton Blass, Deer Creek (Neosho) Jacob Boggess, Piedmont (Seminole St.) Jordan Booth, Red Oak/Eastern Oklahoma (NSU) Tyler Bowden, Muskogee (Southern Arkansas) Anthony Bowmaker, Westmoore (Dodge City CC) Michael Brinska, Deer Creek (Murray St.) Matt Brown, Stillwater/Ark.-Little Rock (Oklahoma Christian) Trey Cobb, Broken Arrow (OSU) Dylan Circles, Fort Cobb-Broxton (St. Gregory's) Garrett Crain, Edmond Santa Fe/Rose State (TCU) Kyle Dale, Westmoore (Coffeyville CC) Bryce Davenport, Jay (NSU) Landon Decker, Vian (Connors St.) Jonathan Denney, Yukon (Arkansas) Logan Downing, Vinita (Arkansas-Fort Smith) Connor Drake, Metro Christian (Northeast Texas) Landon Eason, Yukon (Rose St.) Dalen Edgar, Piedmont (Redlands) Tre Edwards, Southmoore (Arkansas) Ethan Elroy, Marlow/Cowley (UCO) Kyle Emmons, Depew (Rose St.) Gustavo Escobar, Yukon (Seminole St.) Tanner Ferrell, Moore/Ranger College (UCO) Palmer Ferris, Piedmont (Redlands) Garrett Fisher, Tuttle (Stephen F. Austin) Garrett Foster, Plainview (OCU) Tucker Fox, Deer Creek (Neosho) DJ Gasso, Norman North (Weatherford) Kevin Gay, Westmoore (Mid-America Christian) Chris Gibbons, Mustang (Butler CC) Spenser Gill, Tulsa Washington (OCU) Wyatt Glasgow, Westmoore (Mid-America Christian) Zach Graham, Westmoore (Southwestern Christian) Ty Gunter, Coweta (NEO) Brandon Guest, Skiatook (Friends) Ty Gunter, Coweta (NEO) Jack Hale, Edmond Memorial (Oklahoma Christian) Michael Hall, Putnam City North (Rose St.) Zack Hammock, Pryor (NSU) Jordan Harris, Tulsa Union (EOSC) Josh Hassell, Tulsa Kelley (Holy Cross) Thomas Hatch, Jenks (OSU) Hunter Heath, Bethel (Seminole St.) Ryan Helsley, Sequoyah-Tahlequah (NSU) Garett Hill, Edmond Memorial (Oklahoma Christian) Alex Hinds, Stroud (Rose St.) Walker Hines, Leedey (Allen County) Bryant Hodge, CHA (OU) Jake Hooper, Bethany (SNU) Zack Howry, Capitol Hill (Southwestern Chr.) Tyler Huber, Edmond Santa Fe (Coffeyville) Greg Hyde, Stroud (Rose St.) Zach Jackson, Berryhill (Arkansas) Ross Jacobs, McGuinness (Benedictine) Jacob Jerome, Edmond Santa Fe (Murray St.) Luke Jones, Norman North (Weatherford) Austin Kerns, Owasso (Arkansas) Brent Kerns, Salina (Connors St.) Cameron Knight, Westmoore (Butler CC) Kyle Knight, Caney Valley (EOSC) Trey Ladley, Washington (Cowley) Peyton Laing, Owasso (Fort Scott) Caleb Lee, Putnam City/Baker (UCO) Ty Lopez, Casady (OCU) Holden Lyons, Edmond North (OCU) Grant Maxey, Jenks (Central Arkansas) Zach McAnally, Skiatook (Friends) Blake McCarty, Owasso (Evangel) DJ McDaniel, Bethany (Southwestern Chr.) Cody McGill, Owasso (Seminole St.) Rance McIntyre, Okemah (Cowley) Garron Nixon, Chisholm (Northern-Enid) Chevin Noone, Carl Albert (Mid-America Christian) Austin O'Brien, Owasso (OU) Jake O'Brien, Tulsa Kelley/Neosho (UCO) Preston Olmstead, Owasso (Eastern Oklahoma) Joe Peregrin, Deer Creek (Oklahoma Christian) Tim Perkins, Shawnee (UCO) Dylan Raper, Glenpool/Seminole State (UCO) Parker Rigler, Edmond Memorial (Cowley) Andrew Rosa, Owasso (OSU) Gibson Russ, Grove (Butler CC) Matthew Salamon, Owasso (Coffeyville) Hunter Schellhardt, Edmond Memorial (Northern-Tonkawa) Tyler Sherwood, Collinsville (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Caleb Simpson, Norman North/Seminole St. (OU) Clint Smith, Collinsville (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Eric Smith, Tulsa Union/Redlands (Missouri S&T) Lane Smith, Chickasha (Seminole State) Adrian Soltero, Western Heights (St. Gregory's) Tyler Spoon, Calumet (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Kyle Stephens, Edmond North (OU) Jared Sterling, Silo/Murray St. (UCO) Cory Stiefel, Jay (NEO) Clayton Stoup, Navajo (Dodge City CC) Kyler Stout, Tulsa Union (Seminole St.) Clayton Stroup, Navajo (Dodge City) Zander Svettgoff, Westmoore (NWOSU) Seth Swaim, Garber (Northern-Enid) James Teague, Bartlesville (Arkansas) Chase Terrell, Mannford (Allen) Teigen Tieperman, Owasso (Eastern Oklahoma) Cooper Treadway, Washington (Vernon) Shawn Troutman, Vian (Carl Albert St.) Weston Ward, Perry (Northern-Enid) Dan Weer, Vian (Carl Albert St.) Phillip Wilson, Cushing/OSU (UCO) Karter Woodruff, Sequoyah-Tahlequah (NSU) Cody Ziegler, Broken Arrow (Rogers St.) Boys basketball Collin Adney, Mt. St. Mary (Kansas City CC) Aaron Anderson, Edmond Santa Fe/Fresno St. (UCO) Trey Ayala, Westmoore (Northern-Enid) Thomas Bacon, Kiefer (Tabor) Austin Beene, Achille (Panhandle St.) Devin Bockhaus, Midwest City (Kansas Wesleyan) Stephen Clark, Douglass (OSU) Carlbe Ervin, Edmond North (Connors St.) Dorian Gigger, Moore (OCU) E.J. Golightly, Chickasha (Murray State) Jakob Hartsock, Bartlesville (BYU) Jordan Hill, Fort Gibson (OBU) Nino Jackson, Ardmore/Kingdom Prep (Loyola Marymount) Daryck Jones, Midwest City (Northern-Enid) Trai Jordan, Southeast/Murray St. (UCO) Delvon Lucas, Tulsa Central (Northern-Tonkawa) Jarrod McDaniel, Midwest City (UCO) B.J. McDonald, Guthrie/Northern-Tonkawa (Missouri Western St.) John Moon, Crescent (Oklahoma Christian) Devante Moore, El Reno/Connors St. (UCO) Shaquille Morris, Edmond Memorial (Wichita St.) Cornell Neal, Midwest City (Northern-Enid) Zach Norris, Coweta (Oklahoma Christian) Juwan Parker, Tulsa Washington (Georgia) Jacob Richardson, Porter (UCO) Jacob Seidel, Jenks (Rogers St.) Deric Shelton, Plainview (Oklahoma Christian) John Robert Simon, Putnam City North (Wichita St.)* Wyatt Smith, Depew (Murray St.) Brian Speaks, Tulsa Edison (NWOSU) Joey Sylvester, Chickasha (Murray State) DeVaunta Thomas, Tulsa Hale (Arkansas-Fort Smith) Rashawn Thomas, Southeast (Texas A&M-Corpus Christi) Rico Thompson, Stillwater (South Dakota) Adrion Webber, Muskogee/Carl Albert St. (ORU) Anthony Williams, Tulsa Edison (Redlands) Jordan Woodard, Edmond Memorial (OU) Garen Wright, Putnam City (UCO) Seth Youngblood, Roland (Arkansas-Fort Smith) Girls basketball Alexa Adair, Deer Creek (ECU) Ashley Almond, Piedmont (SNU) Albany Anderson, Norman (OCU) Marley Anderson, Snyder (UCO) Lakota Beatty, Anadarko (OSU) Quemari Boyd, Midwest City (Southwestern Chr.) Maykala Blackbear, Henryetta (WOSC) Shelby Brown, Lincoln Christian (Carl Albert St.) Gioya Carter, Carl Albert (OU) Courtney Chelf, Enid (OSU) I'mani Davis, Tulsa Union (Tennessee St.) Christina Devers, Bixby (Central Arkansas) T'ona Edwards, Northeast (OU) Allison Frey, McGuinness (St. Gregory's) Ashley Gibson, Deer Creek (Butler CC) Kyra Gilbert, Southmoore (OBU) April Glisson, Sapulpa (ORU) Jordan Gorham, Perkins-Tryon (Oklahoma Christian) Cameerah Graves, Edmond Santa Fe (OBU) Lanessa Grayson, Oktaha (Connors St.) Ryeca Griffis, Tulsa Union (WOSC) Grace Hadley, Bethany (Southwestern, Kan.) Shaunda Hagler, Cushing (WOSC) Kylee Hicks, Choctaw (Oklahoma Christian) Janet Hill, Eufaula (Connors St.) Lexi Huff, Yale (St. Gregory's) Austyn Iven, Stillwater (OSU)* Mari Jackson, Muskogee (Connors St.) Courtney Leach, Bristow (St. Gregory's) Che'ron Lewis, Cushing (NSU) Bailey Mack, Harrah (Redlands) Olivia Mason, Fairview (UCO) Maclayn Massey, CHA (Mid-American Christian) Da'Jah Maxey, Putnam City North (Redlands) Kaylan Mayberry, Tulsa Washington (ORU) Sherrell McHenry, Haskell (Connors St.) Kayla Morgan, Salina (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Correy Moyer, Verdigris (Texas St.) Sarah Parker, Piedmont (NWOSU) Kylie Parker, Anadarko (Redlands) Stevi Parker, Bixby (Tulsa) Bria Pitts, Tulsa East Central (Arkansas) Hannah Robinson, Kellyville (Arkansas-Fort Smith) Kaytlynn Shumaker, Navajo (WOSC) Kriston Shumaker, Navajo (WOSC) Katie Smith, Checotah (Connors St.) Hanna Southard, Tulsa Hale (WOSC) Liesl Spoerl, Cascia Hall (Tulsa) Kindle Spry, Colcord (Labette) McKenzie Stanford, Perkins-Tryon (Oklahoma Christian) Nia Stepeny, Douglass (Langston) Seana Stoia, Tulsa Kelley (Dallas) Kayla Tucker, Southmoore (Alabama St.) Briana Underwood, Lawton Eisenhower (WOSC) Derre Vinson, Tulsa Hale (WOSC) Shanna Vogt, Lincoln Christian (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Marisha Wallace, Midwest City/Northern-Enid (OSU) Jessica Washington, Jenks (North Carolina) Ashley Williams, Berryhill (NEO) Samantha Williams, Bluejacket (Evangel) Alexus Wilson, Muskogee (ORU) Paige Wilson, Bartlesville (Drury) Tashianna Wisby, Del City (Southwestern Chr.) Micaela Yu, Shawnee (NWOSU) Golf Jordyn Altenburg, Edmond North (Rockhurst) Eli Armstrong, Edmond North (UCO) Raegan Barnes, Choctaw (OCU) Kailey Campbell, Oktaha (OCU) Alyssa Cardwell, Mustang (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Spencer Colson, Tulsa Union (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Trae Fairchild, Ketchum (Arkansas-Fort Smith) Caroline Goodin, Deer Creek (OCU) Taylor Greteman, Moore (St. Gregory's) Cameron Hamilton, Broken Arrow (Murray St.) Cassidy Herbster, Southmoore (SNU) Haley Hill, Deer Creek (OU)* Brendon Jelley, Jenks (OSU) Taylor Lansford, Tulsa Union (Missouri Southern) Blake Long, Ada (ECU) Nadia Majidi, Tulsa Union (Tulsa) Gavin Mastell, Heritage Hall (UCO) Max McGreevy, Edmond Santa Fe (OU) Garrison Mendoza, Clinton (OCU) Anna Mikish, Choctaw (OCU) Michaela Osborne, Lawton MacArthur (SNU) Brady Richardson, Tulsa Union (Drake) Wyatt Robson, Ada (OCU) Allison Sell, Edmond North (Oklahoma Christian) David Smith, Southmoore (Mid-America Christian) Tanner Stiles, Bethany (SNU) Preston Walker, Tulsa Union (Oklahoma Wesleyan) Brian Wenninger, Burns Flat-Dill City (ECU) Emilee White, Comanche (SNU) Allyson Wilcox, Duncan (UCO) Tate Williamson, Broken Arrow (NSU) Katie-Lee Wilson, Rejoice Christian (OCU) Gymnastics Gabrielle Lamb, Owasso (Arizona) Lacrosse Hannah Dowell, Edmond North (OBU) Alecia Freeman, Edmond North (OBU) Kyra Gilbert, Southmoore (OBU) Chloe Webber, Edmond Memorial (OBU) Rowing Courtney Payne, OCA (OU) Baruch Price, Augustine Christian/home school (OCU) Victoria Richter, Cascia Hall (Tulsa) Danielle M. Taylor, Edmond Santa Fe (Central Florida) Soccer Elizabeth Adams, Jenks (Houston Baptist) Mikaela Alwest (Maryville) Alyssa Bagley, Owasso (SWOSU) Kelsea Bandy, Coweta (St. Gregory's) Kenzi Bice, Southmoore (OBU) Mallory Bourgeois, Jenks (ORU) Ashton Bray, Norman North (Central Arkansas) Sophia Brazil, Deer Creek (Oklahoma Christian) Kristen Cardano, Jenks (Florida) Amy Carroll, Tulsa NOAH (ORU) Darienne Chapman, Tulsa Kelley (Tulsa) Garrett Chapman, Broken Arrow (Southwestern Chr.) Cassidy Chappell, Owasso (Iowa St.) Chablee Connor-Sanders, Stillwater (ORU) Kaily Cox, Jenks/DePaul (ORU) Jessica Crites, Coweta (Dodge City CC) Courtney Dike, Edmond North (OSU) Madison Dobbs, Westmoore (NSU) Lauren Dobratz, Jenks (OBU) Kenna Dyess, Broken Arrow (UCO) Miklynne Easley, Glenpool (Friends) Kevin Finnegan, Tulsa Kelley (SWOSU) Austin Ford, Fort Gibson (ORU) Blake Fryer, Coweta (Central Chr.) Rochelle Garcia, Bishop McGuinness (William Woods) Matthew Giudice II, Edmond Santa Fe (Hastings) Alyssa Glitzke, Southmoore (SNU) Jackson Gray, Bishop McGuinness (Central Arkansas) Dakota Hardman, Tulsa Washington (Southwestern Chr.) Bailey Haydock, Tulsa Kelley (Michigan) Evan Helker, Edmond Memorial (Oklahoma Christian) Javier Hernandez, U.S. Grant (SNU) Kelsi Holcomb, Bethany (SNU) Adam Holt, Tulsa Union (John Brown) Tayler Hughes, Tulsa Union (Neosho) Tiana Humphrey, Owasso (Texas Southern) Cheyenne Hurt, Coweta (SWOSU) Courtney Jacks, Elk City (Hendrix) Breeana Jewell, Harrah (ECU) Liz Keester, Jenks (Texas A&M) Kaitlyn Keith, Lincoln Christian (Central Arkansas) Claire Kelley, Tulsa Kelley (Arkansas) Liz Keester, Jenks (Texas A&M) Krissi Killion, Broken Arrow (OSU) Trent Laffoon, Norman North (ORU) Stephanie Ledgerwood, Drumright (SNU) Edgardo Levano, U.S. Grant (SNU) Kaela Little, Tulsa Kelley (Notre Dame) Claire Maris, Tulsa Union (Tulsa) Kenady Maynard, Moore (Mid-America Christian) Isaac McCay, Putnam North (Cowley) Curtis McCrae, Norman North (Central Arkansas) Ashley McDaniel, Tulsa Union (UCO) Erin McIntosh, Tulsa Kelley (Wisconsin-Whitewater) Taylor Moore, Southmoore (Northern-Tonkawa) Lesly Morales, Southmoore (Northern-Tonkawa) Oscar Morena, Putnam North (Cowley) Brionna Otero, Tulsa East Central (Northern-Tonkawa) Conner Owen, Putnam City North (Cowley) McKenzie Pearson, Coweta (Southwestern Chr.) Austin Place, Edmond Santa Fe (Buffalo) Michaela Power, Bixby (Mid-America Christian) Shiloh Price, Broken Arrow (OU) Cindy Ramos, Moore (SWOSU) Jeremy Rector, Broken Arrow (Harding) Lisa Robinson, Edmond Memorial (OU) Rainer Ross, Jenks (Drury) Sheyna Routon, Southmoore (NWOSU) Madison Saliba, Broken Arrow (OU) Avery Sanderson, Edmond North (SNU) Haley Saul, Sequoyah-Claremore (NEO) Shelby Saul, Sequoyah-Claremore (NEO) Cassidy Schoolfield, Bixby (Mississippi Valley St.) Tyler Secrest, Jenks (NSU) Katie Sprouse, Tulsa Kelley (Clemson) Nate Stewart, Holland Hall (Long Island) Paige Talley, Owasso (NSU) Daniel Taylor, Norman North (Southwestern Chr.) Troy Tippeconnic, Edmond Memorial (Oklahoma Christian) Kayla Turner, Sand Springs (UCO) Nicole Voss, Bishop McGuinness (UCO) Lauren Wagner, Broken Arrow (NSU) Ally Webb, Tulsa Union (NSU) Phillip White, Holland Hall (Harding) Kirstie Wilburn, Tulsa Kelley (ORU) Riley Wilkins, Jenks (St. Gregory's) Softball Kelby Alexander, Drumright (Northern-Tonkawa) Allie Alvstad, Bixby (Missouri Southern) Constance Baker, Lincoln Christian (Central Christian) Kori Barrios, Hammon (Northern-Enid) Madison Boyd, Chelsea (NSU) Braeden Bradshaw, Southmoore (Seminole St.) Brianna Branch, Putnam City (Mid-America Christian) Brittnee Brooks, Lincoln Christian (Coffeyville) Taryn Callender, Plainview (Mid-America Christian) Raven Campos, Adair (NEO) Adrianna Canard, Jenks (Rose St.) Shawna Cary, Owasso (Arkansas-Monticello) Kaleena Castor, Enid (Northern-Enid) Colbie Cherrington, Claremore (Labette) Jordan Chism, Piedmont (Oklahoma Christian) Raeven Clark, Westmoore (OBU) Shea Coats, Tuttle (Oklahoma Christian) Hunter Colburn, Tulsa Union (Bacone) Theresa Collins, Broken Arrow (Crowder) Kendra Coleman, Red Oak (Northern-Enid) Anna Crawford, Adair (Neosho) Krissy Crow, Sand Springs (Neosho) Niki Davidson, CCS (Oklahoma Christian) Jordan Dixon, Edmond North (Marshall) Danielle Dockrey, Dale (Northern-Enid) Taylor Dodson, Grove (Kansas) Katelyn Dollard, Norman North (Southwestern Chr.) Cheyanne Downing, Sperry (Coffeyville) Carson DuBose, Owasso (NOC-Tonkawa) Emily Eagleton, Stilwell (Bacone) Ashton Earnhardt, Rejoice Christian (Buffalo) Taylor Eaves, Panama (Northern-Enid) Peyton Edwards, Coweta (NEO) Madi Ellis, Yukon (OSU) Maddy Ellis, Yukon (Arkansas Tech) McKenna Eubank, Purcell (USAO) Tiara Ewy, Perry (Neosho) Lauren Flanery, Henryetta (NSU) Andee Frazier, Little Axe (Missouri-Kansas City) Taylor Fritz, Cache (Northern-Tonkawa) Kylie Gaither, Moore (Southwestern Chr.) Elena Gambill, Broken Arrow (Missouri St.) Taylor Gammon, Broken Arrow (Rose St.) Paige Gann, Muskogee (NSU) Haley Goodin, Deer Creek (Oklahoma Christian) Victoria Goodwin, Broken Arrow (Rose St.) Tianna Gutierrez, Moore (Bacone) Baleigh Hamilton, Oologah (Labette) Torey Hamilton, Cache (Verden) Danielle Hammons, Fort Cobb-Broxton (Northern-Enid) Kayla Haney, Leedey (Cowley) Conner Harmon, Turner (SEOSU) Sydney Harrell, Leedey (Northern-Enid) Carlee Henderson, Latta (Mid-America Christian) Becki Hendrickson, Locust Grove (Neosho) Macklin Hitz, Jenks (Wichita St.) Audri Hooks, Bristow (Northern-Enid) Nikki Horton, Cache (Rose St.) Rachel House, Mustang (Mid-America Christian) Tymber Howard, Washington (Mid-America Christian) Jacey Huckeby, Byng (Northern-Enid) McKenzie Jones, Carl Albert (OBU) Taylor Kelley, Noble (Seminole St.) Bailey King, Morris (Northern-Enid) Kassidy Kingsley, Putnam North (Creighton) Jazmine Koerner, Purcell (Southwestern Chr.) Tate Landmark, Cache (USAO) Savannah Leckie, Piedmont (Northern-Enid) Sammy Jo Leisenger, Little Axe (OBU) Summer Leitka, Norman (Northern-Enid) Alexis Lewis, Lone Grove (Northern-Enid) Hannah Linsey, El Reno (St. Gregory's) Lindsey Little, Edmond Memorial (UCO) Madisyn Long, Carl Albert (OSU) Tyler Lucas, Bethany (OU) Alex Luce, Tuttle (OBU) Paige Luellen, Jenks (Wichita St.) Hannah Lynch, Moore (Hendrix) Hope Martin, Deer Creek (EOSC) Ryan Martin, Beggs (NSU) Breezy McComas, Edmond Santa Fe (Cameron) Reagan McDoulett, Little Axe (St. Gregory's) Blayke McKissic, Broken Arrow (Texas Southern) Kierra Miles, Mustang (Texas Tech) Nicole Nease, Owasso (Pittsburg St.) Emma Nelson, Piedmont (Oklahoma Baptist) Dani Nissen, Putnam North (St. Gregory's) Kylie Palmer, Piedmont (St. Gregory's) Tia Parker, Lexington (Neosho) Kayla Patterson, Tulsa Union (NEO) Mariah Peace, Westmoore (Arkansas Tech) Madison Peeples, Inola (Connors St.) Taylor Perdue, Sand Springs (Connors St.) Macey Perkins, Leedey (Northern-Enid) LaRue Pritchett, Salina (Connors St.) Ashley Rankin, Sand Springs (Coffeyville) Sam Reiss, Broken Arrow (Butler CC) Alex Rhodes, Sallisaw (North Texas) Justice Roberts, Locust Grove (Neosho) Taylor Rodgers, Bartlesville (South Alabama) Jill Roye, Red Oak (Tulsa) Erin Sanders, Westmoore (Seminole St.) Randye Sharp, Oologah (NSU) Lacey Shipp, Perkins-Tryon (Northern-Enid) Selika Shives, Binger-Oney (Northern-Enid) Shyanna Sigman, Tecumseh (Northern-Enid) Samantha Smith, Collinsville (SNU) Shelbie Smith, Edmond Memorial (North Texas) Haley Squier, Edmond Memorial (Oklahoma Christian) Sammi Stacy, Maud (Coffeyville) Shelby Standridge, Poteau (Connors St.) Jacie Stephens, Washington (Emporia St.) Myranda Stewart, Owasso (Missouri Southern) Hannah Stirton, Owasso (Central Arkansas) Logan Sundbye, OKC Broncos (OCU) Joslynn Swan, Kellyville (Northern-Enid) Abby Taliaferro, Edmond North (Oklahoma Christian) Kaylin Taylor, Purcell (USAO) Megan Terry, Garber (NOC-Enid) Megan Thompson, Deer Creek (Central Methodist) Taylor Todd, Kellyville (Northern-Enid) Ashleigh Tramel, Grove (UCO) Jenna Tressell, Leedey (Cowley) Brianna Trujillo, Tulsa Union (NSU) Holly Turner, Lincoln Christian (Coffeyville) Madison Vaughan, Coweta (NEO) Jessi Venables, Muskogee (NSU) Jessica Walker, Grove (Jacksonville) Peyton Walker, Hammon (OSU) Amanda Ward, Broken Arrow (Southwestern Chr.) Morgan Wardlow, Norman North (Seminole St.) Breana Warner, Byng (Northern-Enid) Dani Warren, Cache (USAO) Makayla Warwick, Sand Springs (Neosho) Haley Wells, Deer Creek (Truman St.) Hailey White, Pryor (Crowder) Jazmine White, Moore (Northern-Enid) Whitney Whitehorn, Owasso (OSU) Paige Williams, Noble (Ottawa) Lari Willis, Maud (Seminole St.) Gabba Wilson, Poteau (WOSC) Swimming Alex Ballard, Moore (Florida Southern) Annah Baykal, Edmond Memorial (Kentucky) Chase Davis, Tulsa Union (Missouri S&T) Rylee Hess, Metro Christian (William Jewell) Quincy Howell, home school (Missouri St.) Abbie Imes, Edmond North (North Texas) Hailey Jensen, Jenks (Butler) Colton Krause, Bartlesville (Missouri S&T) Naresh Naik, Edmond Memorial (Missouri St.) Tennis Olivia Charvat, Metro Christian (OBU) Piper Huey, Jenks (Harding) Ann Pepper, Edmond North (OU) Sadie Pfau, Ardmore (Southwestern, Kan.) Savannah Pfau, Ardmore (Southwestern, Kan.) Nate Roper, Edmond North (OSU) Shali Schoepflin, Edmond Memorial (Cowley) Lauryn Sullins, Perry (Cowley) J.T. Tasker, Metro Christian (Arkansas) Track and field/Cross country Otugo Ananaba, Deer Creek (Tulsa) Dava Ballard, Rush Springs (OBU) Emily Banks, Norman North (OBU) Jessica Buehrer, Luther (St. Gregory's) Kellie Burnett, Mount St. Mary (St. Mary) Kirsten Burnett, Deer Creek (ORU) Cheyenne Choate, Hennessey (East Central) Hannah Christian, Hammon (OBU) Corbin Cleveland, Norman North (OBU) Bailey Collier, Bixby (SWOSU) Darby Crynes, Heritage Hall (Wichita St.) Alex Davis, Plainview (Baylor) Bo Farrow, Broken Arrow (Pittsburg St.) Taylor Flemming, Bethany (Trevecca Nazarene) Brandan Fontaine, Edmond Memorial (Oklahoma Christian) Logan Funderburk, Tecumseh (St. Gregory's) Noah Gade, Stillwater (OSU) Alexis Gee, Moore (St. Gregory's) Haley Gee, Norman (St. Gregory's) Matthew Giudice II, Edmond Santa Fe (Hastings) Baylor Harvey, Cleveland (Rogers St.) Emily Helms, Mustang (OSU) Jessica Hembree, Tahlequah (OU) Abby Hoover, Sapulpa (ORU) Samantha Horton, Claremore Christian (OBU) Caitlyn Jesse, Konawa (OBU) Lyndsey Johnson, Cleveland (NWOSU) Laura Kunz, Lincoln Christian (Sioux Falls) Chris Lowery, Chandler (OCU) Jordan Masterson, Lincoln Christian (OBU) Clay Mattox, Yukon (OBU) Abby Mayfield, Bridge Creek (OBU) Ann Marie McAnelly, Cache (OBU) Kelsey McKee, Metro Christian (OU) Genesis Meave, Pauls Valley (St. Gregory's) Kysha Miller, Edmond Santa Fe (OBU) Shelby Miller, Westmoore (William Jewell) Philip Moll, Heritage Hall (OSU)* Carleigh Neal, Sulphur (OBU) Samantha Neal, Mustang (NWOSU) Jim Pile, Metro Christian (Harding) Jordan Roach, Tahlequah (OBU) Alex Scott, Westmoore (UCO) Sam Smith, Stillwater (OBU) Ty Snedeker, Luther (St. Gregory's) Hannah Stadler, Carl Albert (OBU) Krista Stadler, Carl Albert (OBU) Sam Stephen, Tulsa Kelley (Pittsburg St.) Austin Stone, Westmoore (St. Gregory's) Hannah Taff, Edmond Memorial (East Central) Lauren Thomas, Metro Christian (Tulsa) Robert Torres, Plainview (St. Gregory's) Tommy Uglean, Norman (OBU) Regan Ward, Beggs (Arkansas) Mackenzie Wahpepah-Harris, Norman (OCU) Dominique White, Douglass (Neosho) Dymond White, Douglass (Neosho) Katy Whitekiller, Purcell (Southeastern Louisiana) Jordan Zurline, Atoka (OBU) Volleyball Grace Balcerak, Tulsa Kelley (Maryville) Allison Barr, Edmond North (UCO) Veronicah Birmingham, Westmoore (Hillsdale) Courtney Bowie, Bethany (SNU) Kellie Burnett, Mount St. Mary (St. Mary) Katelyn Cast, Broken Arrow (NEO) Matti-Lyn Corbet, Broken Arrow (NEO) Tierrah East, Douglass (Mid-America Christian) Kristen Macy, Edmond Memorial (OCU) Kaisha Peters, Del City (St. Gregory's) McKenna Qualls, Edmond Memorial (ORU) Jasmine Robinson, Shawnee (Cornell) Lindsey Roy, Edmond Memorial (Southwest Baptist) Elizabeth Tracy, Christian Heritage (Bolivar Baptist) Brooke Wayman, Oklahoma Bible (OBU) Jazmine Williams, Del City (St. Gregory's) Wrestling Jayson Bailey, Noble (OCU) Zachary Beard, Tuttle (Wyoming) Josh Breece, Edmond North (UCO) Jacoby Brown, Chickasha (NEO) Sean Carson, Altus (OCU) Mark Carter, Tulsa East Central (NEO) Zac D'Amico, Southmoore (UCO) Jeromy Davenport, Sallisaw/Labette (UCO) Brent Davis, Plainview (OCU) Davey Dolan, Berryhill (OSU) John Jacob Finn, Westmoore (UCO) Adrian Gaines, Lawton MacArthur (OCU) Landon Good, Ardmore (OCU) Eli Hale, Miami (OSU) Finn Higgins, Heritage Hall (Wyoming) Josh LIndsey, Moore (OCU) Drake Martel, Plainview (OCU) Richard McCarty, Lawton MacArthur (OCU) Spencer Rutherford, Grove/Labette (UCO) Derek Sivertsen, Moore (OCU) Tyler Tustin, Poteau (UCO) Alec Warren, Edmond Memorial (UCO) Isaiah Wright, Southmoore (NEO) *Will walk on