CPHS Track: Sandites send seven to State, set three personal records

The Charles Page High School boys' track and field team sent seven athletes to the 6A State Championship in Yukon this weekend. They competed in nine events and two set personal records.

Senior Malonn Moyer wrapped up his high school career with style, setting personal records in both shot put and discus. He threw 48'03.50" in shot put for tenth place and 160'09.00" for seventh in discus.

Junior Regional Champion Joel Mackey set a personal record in the 100-meter dash, finishing in 10.68 seconds for ninth place. He also finished tenth in the 200 meter with a time of 22.79.

Defending State Champion Aden Baughman settled for fifth place in the 800-meter run, finishing in 1:59.76, less than a second behind the new champion. Jaelyn Jackson placed tenth in 2:01.05. 

Colby Community College-signed senior Ian Baustert finished his high school career with a 4:50.34 finish in the 1600 run for fourteenth place. 

Mason Shipman placed fifteenth in the 300 hurdles in 43.99 seconds. 

The Regional Champion team of Jackson, Baustert, Baughman, and Nelson Yazzie combined for a sixth place finish in the 3200 relay with a time of 8:23.02. They previously set the school record at 8:08.99 at Regionals.

Edmond Memorial High School won both the men's and women's track meets.

State Records:

  • Bixby senior Brandee Presley broke a nine year old record in the 100 meter dash with a time of 11.44. 
  • Putnam City West junior Jesse Porter broke a 38-year-old 100 meter dash record with a time of 10.33. Mustang senior Damian Close also beat the existing record in 10.34 for second place.
  • The Union 4x200 relay team beat Jenks's 2014 record with a time of 1:26.04.
  • Westmoore junior Anthony Riley handily beat his own State record in long jump, topping his prior year's distance at 25'01.00". 
    • Moore senior Patrick Larrison beat his own shot put record with a throw of 65'07.00" to beat his last year's score. He also beat a nine year old record in discus with a distance of 210'09.00" and was 41 feet better than the runner up. 
  • Charles Page Class of 2017 graduate Cheyenne Walden's State record of 4:57.07 survived the 1600 meter competition.

OSSAA 6A Boys' State Champions
400 Relay - Union - 41.55
800 Relay - Union - 1:26.04
1600 Relay - Union - 3:20.23
3200 Relay - Edmond Memorial - 8:11.18
110 Hurdles -  Raymond Brass (Jenks) 14.43
300 Hurdles - Raymond Brass (Jenks) 38.34
100 Dash - Jesse Porter (Putnam City West) 10.33
200 Dash - Jesse Porter (Putnam City West) 21.46
400 Dash - Zachary Tucker (Norman North) 49.16
800 Run - Jed Helker (Edmond Memorial) 1:58.78
1600 Run - Jed Helker (Edmond Memorial) 4:32.92
3200 Run - Jed Helker (Edmond Memorial) 10:01.37
High Jump - Chris Banks (Edmond North) 6'08.00"
Pole Vault - Tate McDonald (Norman) 16'00.00"
Long Jump - Anthony Riley (Westmoore) 25'01.00"
Shot Put - Patrick Larrison (Moore) 65'07.00"
Discus Throw - Patrick Larrison (Moore) 210'09.00"

Team Scores
98 - Edmond Memorial
90 - Union
53 - Mustang
47 - Jenks
42 - Midwest City
39 - Norman
36 - Deer Creek
34 - Moore
28 - Putnam City West
26 - Shawnee
24 - Edmond North
24 - Bixby
21 - Westmoore
21 - Yukon
15 - Bartlesville
12 - Norman North
11 - Muskogee
11 - Broken Arrow
8 - Choctaw
4 - Sand Springs
3 - Putnam City
2 - Edmond Santa Fe
2 - Putnam City North

OSSAA 6A Girls' State Champions
400 Relay - Southmoore - 47.91
800 Relay - Southmoore - 1:41.06
1600 Relay - Broken Arrow - 3:55.85
3200 Relay - Broken Arrow - 9:42.47
100 Hurdles - Analya Miller (Southmoore) 14.51
300 Hurdles - Tahlor Brown (Edmond North) 45.29
100 Dash - Brandee Presley (Bixby) 11.44
200 Dash - Brandee Presley (Bixby) 24.62
400 Dash - Tianna Holmes (Moore) 55.82
800 Run - Ally Ryan (Jenks) 2:11.72
1600 Run - Rilee Rigdon (Bartlesville) 5:05.58
3200 Run - Rilee Rigdon (Bartlesville) 11:30.72
High Jump - Bailey Golden (Choctaw) 5'06.00"
Pole Vault - Chandler Branum (Norman) 11'06.00"
Long Jump - India Morgan (Putnam City West) 18'11.50"
Shot Put - Kendra Gillespie (Westmoore) 40'07.75"
Discus Throw - Hannah Bradford (Moore) 138'08.00"

Team Scores
82 - Edmond Memorial
72 - Edmond North
69 - Southmoore
41 - Midwest City
32 - Bartlesville
28 - Westmoore
27 - Moore
25 - Deer Creek
23.5 - Mustang
23 - Jenks
20 - Bixby
19 - Norman
18 - Choctaw
16 - Lawton
14 - Yukon
12 - Owasso
10 - Putnam City West
8 - Enid
6 - Norman North
6 - Ponca City
4 - Putnam City
3 - Shawnee
2 - Muskogee
1.5 - Sapulpa

CPHS Tennis: Lady Sandites send four to State Tournament

The Charles Page High School varsity tennis team sent four athletes to the OSSAA 6A State Tournament last week for the first time in school history.

Abigail McGehee qualified in #1 Singles and Delaney Blaylock qualified in #2 Singles. Madison Blaylock and Lindsey Smith qualified in #2 Doubles.

Bixby won the tournament overall and Jenks came in Runner-Up. 

The Boys' State Tournament will be held May 11-12 at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center. Sand Springs did not qualify any athletes. 

CPHS Golf: Carson Griggs places fifth at 6A State Championship

 Carson Griggs senior portrait. (Courtesy).

Carson Griggs senior portrait. (Courtesy).

Charles Page High School senior Carson Griggs concluded his high school career Tuesday afternoon at Forest Ridge Golf Club in Broken Arrow with a fifth place finish in the OSSAA 6A State Championship.

Griggs had a rough start to the tournament, tied for 25th place after shooting a 78 in round one. 

The Sandite battled back excellently with the third-lowest score in round two at 71 strokes and ended day one tied for sixth place.

Griggs had the third-best score of round three as well, shooting a 73 to improve to fifth place, tied with Broken Arrow's Gabe Replogle at 222 strokes. 

A four-time State Qualifier, Griggs placed nineteenth as a freshman, twentieth as a sophomore, and was Runner-Up as a junior. He will continue his golfing career at the University of Denver. 

Edmond North's Brock Polhill handily won the tournament with a 211, including a tournament-best round of 67. He was the only athlete to hit sub-seventy in any round. Owasso's Austin Enzbrenner came in runner-up with a score of 215. 

Edmond North won the team title with a score of 881, followed by Owasso at 896. 

CPHS Golf: Meghan Charles places 39th at State Championship

 Meghan Charles (Courtesy). 

Meghan Charles (Courtesy). 

Sand Springs freshman standout Meghan Charles wrapped up a stellar freshman year with a 39th place finish at the 6A State Championship Thursday.

Charles shot a 91 in round one for 38th place and came in 42nd in round two with a 97. She tied for 39th overall with a 188 total score.

72 athletes qualified for the State Tournament, which was held at Hillcrest Country Club in Bartlesville.

Bartlesville's Faith Hopkins won the tournament with a 146 total score and a two-stroke lead on Bixby's Natalie Gough. Edmond North won the team title handily with a 21 stroke lead on Jenks and Bixby, who tied for second. 

 

CPHS Fishing: Two Sand Springs teams in top-ten State standings after Texoma tournaments

116 boats descended on Lake Texoma this weekend for a pair of Oklahoma Bass Nation High School Trail events, including ten teams from Sand Springs.

Reese David and Mack Taylor had a career-best haul of five fish totaling 10.91 pounds for twelfth place on Saturday. On Sunday they led all Sandites with four fish weighing 7.22 pounds for eighteenth place. They improved to fourth place overall in the state standings with 340 points.

Kyle and Kale Hilligoss placed fiftieth on Saturday with two fish weighing 3.56 pounds and 38th on Sunday with two fish weighing 4.69 pounds. They dropped to eighth in the state with 300 points.

Braden Millican and Ty Steelman placed 51st on Saturday with two fish weighing 3.33 pounds and are 26th in the state with 219 points.

John Miller and Caden Pennington hauled in three fish on Saturday for 25th place with 6.38 pounds. They finished 39th on Sunday with two fish weighing 4.54 pounds and are 31st in the state with 202 points.

Noah Daczewitz and Hunter Hilger led the Sandites with a ninth place finish on Saturday, catching the five-fish limit for a total weight of 12.38 pounds, the second-largest catch of their careers. They are tied for 38th in the state with 173 points.

Jerrett Haley and Corbin Williams had the second-best haul of their career on Sunday, catching three fish weighing 6.73 pounds for 22nd place. They placed 46th on Saturday with two fish weighing 3.91 pounds. The duo just cracked the top fifty in the state with 166 points to tie for 47th.

Austin Smith and Joe Nelson had a career-best performance on Sunday with three fish weighing 5.82 pounds for thirtieth place. They caught a 2.86 bass for 55th on Saturday.

Carl McCalaflin and Hunter Johnson caught a 1.44 bass for 68th on Saturday. On Sunday they finished 45th with a career-best catch of two fish weighing 2.87 pounds.

Colin Brady and Hayden King caught a 1.59 pound bass on Sunday for 57th place.

Seth Kearns and Cole Scott caught a 1.38 pound bass for sixtieth place on Sunday.

The final high school trail event will be held June 3rd at Fort Gibson Lake. The final standings will be based on the top four performances of the year for each team. The top teams in the state will qualify for the National Tournament on Kentucky Lake in Paris, Tennessee this August. 

CPHS Track: Sandites qualify seven for State Championship

The Charles Page High School track and field team had one of its best showings in school history at the Regional Championship in Tahlequah this weekend.

The Sandites crowned four Regional Champions in three events and qualified seven for State.

The last time the Sandites won three events at Regionals was in 2003 when Marcus Mayes brought home gold in the 400, 800, and 1600-meter runs.

Jaelyn Jackson, Ian Baustert, Nelson Yazzie, and Aden Baughman shaved more than eight seconds off of the previous school record in the 3200-meter relay, finishing in 8:08.99 for first place. The previous record of 8:17.24 was set by the 2013 Regional Championship team of Andrew Coleman, Logan Kinard, Jermaine McClain, and Levi Jiminez. 

Baughman and Jackson both double qualified, taking first and second respectively in the 800-meter run. Baughman, the defending State Champion, finished in 1:55.75, closely followed by Jackson with a personal-best 1:57.76.

Baustert double qualified with a third-place finish in the 1600, setting a PR of 4:35.53.

Joel Mackey was a double qualifier, taking first place in the 100-meter dash and second in the 200. He set a personal record of 10.84 for second in the 100 preliminaries, then knocked it down to 10.71 in the finals. He came in Runner-Up in the 200 in 21.94.

Mason Shipman qualified for State in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 42.21. He also set a 16.52 PR for sixth in the 110 hurdles. 

Malonn Moyer double qualified in discus and shot put, both with new PRs. He placed second in discus with a distance of 145'08.00" and placed third in shot put with a distance of 46'10.50".

The OSSAA 6A State Championship track meet will be held at Yukon High School, May 11-12. 

Sandite Results
4x800 Relay - 1st - 8:08.99
110 Hurdles
6th - Mason Shipman - 16.52 PR
13th - Alex Newport - 19.87
300 Hurdles
5th - Mason Shipman - 42.21
10th - Alex Newport - 50.21
100 Dash
1st - Joel Mackey - 10.71 PR
12th - Joseph Mattison - 11.49 PR
13th - Ben Nortey - 11.58
200 Dash
2nd - Joel Mackey - 21.94
800 Run
1st - Aden Baughman - 1:55.75
2nd - Jaelyn Jackson - 1:57.76 PR
1600 Run
3rd - Ian Baustert - 4:35.53 PR
12th - Nelson Yazzie - 4:56.90
3200 Run
4th - Jacob Smith - 10:47.72
6th - Danny Murray - 10:57.33
15th - Caleb James - 12:21.97
Long Jump
14th - Joseph Mattison - 17'08.50"
15th - Jacob Baker - 16'10.00"
17th - Knox Goggins - 6'09.00"
Shot Put
3rd - Malonn Moyer - 46'10.50" PR
11th - Mitchell Medford - 40'06.00" PR
14th - Austin Rutledge - 37'04.00" PR
Discus Throw
2nd - Malonn Moyer - 145'08.00" PR
6th - Mitchell Medford - 131'02.50" PR
13th - Riley Magee - 76'09.50" 

Male Team Scores
135.3 - Jenks
119.3 - Choctaw
85.0 - Sand Springs
84.3 - Muskogee
78.0 - Bartlesville
74.0 - Bixby
55.0 - Shawnee
20.0 - Southmoore

6A Boys' Regional Champions
4x100 Relay - Muskogee - 41.82
4x200 Relay - Choctaw - 1:26.09
4x400 Relay - Choctaw - 3:21.88
4x800 Relay - Sand Springs - 8:08.99
110 Hurdles - Raymond Brass (JHS) - 14.75
300 Hurdles - Darrius Blackshire (SHS) - 38.27
100 Dash - Joel Mackey (SS) - 10.71
200 Dash - Zjontavien Gibbs (CHS) - 21.87
400 Dash - Jeston Batson (CHS) - 49.32
800 Run - Aden Baughman (SS) - 1:55.75
1600 Run - James Martinez (BV) - 4:29.07
3200 Run - James Martinez (BV) - 10:08.38
High Jump - David Kelley (BV) - 6'04.00"
Pole Vault - Zach Legg (BX) - 15'00.00"
Long Jump - Brennan Presley (BX) - 21'05.50"
Shot Put - Mike Edwards (MUSK) - 50'08.00"
Discus Throw - Mike Edwards (MUSK) - 151'06.00"

Lady Sandite Results
100 Hurdles
10th - Elizabeth Watts - 17.87 PR
16th - Jessica Gibson - 20.48
18th - Adrianna Tapp - 21.11
300 Hurdles
6th - Elizabeth Watts - 50.83 PR
100 Dash
11th - Adrianna Tapp - 13.82
16th - Madelynn Adams - 14.40
200 Dash
12th - Adrianna Tapp - 28.67
14th - Madelynn Adams - 30.20
400 Dash
7th - Tiqvah Soap - 1:04.15 PR
16th - Wanageeska Williams - 1:11.69
800 Run
10th - Emiah Ivory-Tennyson - 2:42.94 PR
11th - Annaston Wiseley - 2:43.24 PR
1600 Run
11th - Erika Baker - 6:37.01 PR
13th - Annaston Wiseley - 6:57.45
3200 Run
8th - Erika Baker - 14:21.5
9th - Chezney Kelley - 14:30.26 PR
10th - Sara Abbet - 14:53.39
Long Jump
10th - Jessica Gibson - 12'06.50"
Shot Put
8th - Ayden Meade - 27'02.50"
Discus Throw
9th - Ayden Meade - 66'09.50" PR

Female Team Scores
181.0 - Jenks
128.0 - Southmoore
90.0 - Bartlesville
82.0 - Shawnee
63.0 - Choctaw
60.0 - Bixby
41.0 - Muskogee
1.0 - Sand Springs

6A Girls Regional Champions
4x100 Relay - Southmoore - 48.56
4x200 Relay - Southmoore - 1:41.18
4x400 Relay - Southmoore - 3:57.18
4x800 Relay - Bartlesville - 10:00.35
100 Hurdles - Analya Miller (SM) - 15.05
300 Hurdles - Candace Adams (JHS) - 46.47
100 Dash - Brandee Presley (BX) - 12.03
200 Dash - Whitney Bridges (SM) - 24.44
400 Dash - Micaela Martin (JHS) - 57.66
800 Run - Ally Ryan (JHS) - 2:12.92
1600 Run - Rilee Rigdon (BV) - 5:23.87
3200 Run - Rilee Rigdon (BV) - 11:43.97
High Jump - Bailey Golden (CHS) - 5'04.00"
Pole Vault - Sedona Emde (JHS) - 10'09.00"
Long Jump - Bailey Golden (CHS) - 16'11.00"
Shot Put - Emilie Stufflebeam (JHS) - 34'09.00"
Discus Throw - Bailey Tilley (JHS) - 127'11.50"

CPHS Baseball: Final Season Statistics

The Charles Page High School varsity baseball team ended its season Thursday night in Owasso as the Regional Championship Runners-Up. The Sandites compiled a 24-12 record under first-year Head Coach James Garrison. Season highlights included a fourteen-game win streak and a first place finish at the Spartan/Tiger Turf War.

Season Statistics

Batting Average
.386 Riley Rutledge
.357 Braden Askew
.339 Cal Watkins
.315 Ty Steelman
.289 Cale Savage
.272 Kyler Copeland
.266 Tyler Ash
.196 Kameron Adcock

.500 Ryan Seabolt
.500 Brock Youngblood
.385 John Miller
.333 Kiefer Massey
.318 Braden Millican
.267 Seth Villines
.250 Jacob Snodgrass
.216 Lucas Adcock
.214 Malachi Burks
.167 Blake Goodman
.000 Conner Dennis
.000 Garrett McCallie
.000 Michael Miller
.000 Ethan Sartin

Slugging Average
.515 Riley Rutledge
.452 Braden Askew
.434 Cale Savage
.393 Cal Watkins
.376 Tyler Ash
.371 Ty Steelman
.283 Kameron Adcock
.283 Kyler Copeland

.500 Ryan Seabolt
.500 Brock Youngblood
.462 John Miller
.364 Braden Millican
.351 Lucas Adcock
.333 Kiefer Massey
.333 Seth Villines
.250 Jacob Snodgrass
.214 Malachi Burks
.167 Blake Goodman
.000 Conner Dennis
.000 Garrett McCallie
.000 Michael Miller
.000 Ethan Sartin

On Base Percentage
.476 Riley Rutledge
.419 Cal Watkins
.412 Tyler Ash
.411 Braden Askew
.406 Cale Savage
.404 Ty Steelman
.362 Kyler Copeland
.267 Kameron Adcock

.500 Kiefer Massey
.500 Garrett McCallie
.500 Ryan Seabolt
.500 Brock Youngblood
.467 John Miller
.385 Braden Millican
.378 Malachi Burks
.370 Lucas Adcock
.333 Seth Villines
.250 Jacob Snodgrass
.200 Michael Miller
.167 Blake Goodman
.000 Conner Dennis
.000 Ethan Sartin

*Batting Minimum - 1.5 ab/game.

Runs
32 Cal Watkins
28 Riley Rutledge
27 Tyler Ash
25 Ty Steelman
18 Kameron Adcock
16 Braden Askew
14 Cale Savage
12 Malachi Burks
12 Garrett McCallie
11 Braden Millican
10 Lucas Adcock
3 Seth Villines
2 John Miller
2 Michael Miller
1 Kyler Copeland
1 Cason Savage
1 Jacob Snodgrass

RBI
29 Braden Askew
25 Tyler Ash
21 Cale Savage
18 Riley Rutledge
16 Kyler Copeland
15 Kameron Adcock
15 Cal Watkins
10 Ty Steelman
8 Lucas Adcock
5 Braden Millican
4 Malachi Burks
4 John Miller
2 Seth Villines
2 Brock Youngblood
1 Kiefer Massey
1 Garrett McCallie
1 Ethan Sartin

Hits
41 Braden Askew
39 Riley Rutledge
38 Cal Watkins
29 Tyler Ash
28 Ty Steelman
25 Kyler Copeland
24 Cale Savage
18 Kameron Adcock
8 Lucas Adcock
7 Braden Millican
6 Malachi Burks
5 John Miller
4 Seth Villines
3 Jacob Snodgrass
2 Brock Youngblood
1 Blake Goodman
1 Kiefer Massey
1 Ryan Seabolt

Singles
36 Cal Watkins
32 Braden Askew
26 Riley Rutledge
24 Kyler Copeland
24 Ty Steelman
21 Tyler Ash
14 Kameron Adcock
13 Cale Savage
6 Braden Millican
6 Malachi Burks
5 Lucas Adcock
4 John Miller
3 Jacob Snodgrass
3 Seth Villines
2 Brock Youngblood
1 Blake Goodman
1 Kiefer Massey
1 Ryan Seabolt

Doubles
13 Riley Rutledge
10 Cale Savage
8 Braden Askew
6 Tyler Ash
3 Ty Steelman
2 Kameron Adcock
2 Cal Watkins
2 Lucas Adcock
1 Kyler Copeland
1 John Miller
1 Braden Millican
1 Seth Villines

Triples
1 Cale Savage
1 Ty Steelman
1 Cal Watkins

Home Runs
2 Kameron Adcock
2 Tyler Ash
1 Braden Askew
1 Lucas Adcock

Grand Slams
1 Lucas Adcock

Base on Balls
19 Tyler Ash
15 Cale Savage
12 Riley Rutledge
12 Cal Watkins
11 Ty Steelman
10 Kyler Copeland
8 Kameron Adcock
7 Braden Askew
5 Malachi Burks
4 Lucas Adcock
2 John Miller
2 Seth Villines
1 Kiefer Massey
1 Garrett McCallie
1 Braden Millican
1 Michael Miller

Hit by Pitch
8 Tyler Ash
8 Riley Rutledge
5 Braden Askew
5 Lucas Adcock
4 Cale Savage
4 Cal Watkins
3 Malachi Burks
3 Kyler Copeland
3 Ty Steelman
2 Kameron Adcock
2 Braden Millican

Sacrifices
4 Riley Rutledge
4 Cale Savage
3 Kameron Adcock
3 Braden Askew
1 Malachi Burks
1 Kyler Copeland
1 Braden Millican
1 Ty Steelman
1 Seth Villines
1 Cal Watkins
1 Lucas Adcock

Steals - Caught Stealing
18-2 Tyler Ash
17-4 Cal Watkins
15-2 Ty Steelman
15-3 Riley Rutledge
12-2 Malachi Burks
10-3 Kameron Adcock
10-5 Braden Askew
9-1 Cale Savage
7-1 Braden Millican
5-1 Lucas Adcock
4-2 Seth Villines
1-0 Kyler Copeland
1-0 John Miller
1-0 Michael Miller
1-2 Garrett McCallie

Double Plays
12 Cal Watkins
9 Riley Rutledge
4 Cale Savage
3 Kyler Copeland
3 Ty Steelman
3 Seth Villines
2 Kameron Adcock
2 Conner Dennis
1 John Miller
1 Lucas Adcock

Pitching

W/L Record
5-1 John Miller
4-3 Braden Askew
4-4 Brock Youngblood
3-2 Tyler Ash
3-2 Conner Dennis
3-0 Ty Steelman
1-0 Riley Rutledge
1-0 Seth Villines

0-0 Kiefer Massey
0-0 Michael Miller
0-0 Cale Savage

Earned Run Average
2.13 John Miller
2.23 Conner Dennis
3.28 Riley Rutledge
3.53 Braden Askew
3.61 Brock Youngblood
3.77 Tyler Ash
3.94 Ty Steelman
4.20 Seth Villines

0.00 Kiefer Massey
2.80 Cale Savage
10.53 Michael Miller

WHIP
1.10 John Miller
1.38 Braden Askew
1.46 Tyler Ash
1.46 Seth Villines
1.48 Conner Dennis
1.50 Brock Youngblood
1.69 Riley Rutledge
1.92 Ty Steelman

1.80 Cale Savage
3.03 Kiefer Massey
3.76 Michael Miller

Strikeouts
39 Braden Askew
28 Conner Dennis
28 Brock Youngblood
25 John Miller
24 Tyler Ash
16 Riley Rutledge
16 Ty Steelman
5 Seth Villines
3 Cale Savage

Strike Percentage
66.8% Braden Askew
64.5% Conner Dennis
63.8% Brock Youngblood
63.3% Riley Rutledge
61.9% Seth Villines
60.4% Tyler Ash
59.0% John Miller
58.1% Ty Steelman

62.5% Kiefer Massey
47.7% Michael Miller

Saves
3 Ty Steelman
1 Riley Rutledge
1 Seth Villines

*Pitching minimum - 10 IP. 

CPHS Baseball: Sandites' season ends with 7-2 Regional finals loss to Owasso

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The Charles Page High School baseball team ended their season with a valiant stand at Owasso, but fell 7-2 in the Regional Championship finals.

Sand Springs (24-12) defeated Sapulpa twice to earn their way to the finals, and only needed to beat Owasso (28-8) one time to punch their ticket to the State Championship. Instead it was the home team with their seventeenth Regional title in the past twenty years. 

CD White batted in Connor Beichler with a single, Nate Ackenhausen doubled to score White, and the Rams took a two run lead in the first inning. Keaton Ranallo hit a lead off triple in the second and scored on a ground ball from Caleb Denny. Denny notched another RBI with a solo home run in the fourth.

Ty Steelman got the Sandites on the board in the bottom of the fourth, hitting a double and scoring on a single from Cal Watkins.

Beichler made it 5-1 on a single from Denny in the top of the sixth, then Denny and White both scored on a single from Cameron Thompson. 

Sand Springs tried to rally in the bottom of the seventh with back to back singles from Riley Rutledge and Braden Askew. Rutledge came in on a ground ball from Kyler Copeland, but that would be the last run of the season.

Brayden Lloyd got the win on the mound for Owasso with five hits, five strikeouts, and no walks in seven innings.

Tyler Ash (3-2) got the loss for Sand Springs and Steelman (3-0, 3-1) and Brock Youngblood (4-4, 10-12) also saw action. 

OHS 7 CPHS 2
Hits: OHS 12, CPHS 5.
Walks: OHS 4.
Strikeouts: OHS 4, CPHS 5.
Steals: OHS 2.
Left on Base: CPHS 2, OHS 8.
Errors: CPHS 1.
Double Plays: CPHS 3.

CPHS Baseball: Sandites head to Regional finals with 6-5 win over Sapulpa

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A seventh inning rally gave Sand Springs a one-run lead on Sapulpa and it was enough to punch their ticket to the Regional Championship finals Thursday evening in Owasso.

The Charles Page High School baseball team (24-11) won a 6-5 rivalry bout with Sapulpa (23-11-1) to stay alive in the Regional playoffs. 

Sapulpa defeated Owasso (27-8) on Wednesday and Owasso defeated Sand Springs, making it anyone's game on day two. After eliminating the Chieftains from contention, the Sandites will now look to avenge an 11-5 loss against the host team. The winner will earn their way to the State Tournament next week at Oral Roberts University. 

Sand Springs jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead with two walks and two singles in the top of the first inning. Riley Rutledge batted in Ty Steelman and scored on a hit from Kyler Copeland. 

Bennett Henderson got the Chieftains on the board with an RBI single in the second inning and Alan Shibley brought in Evan Casey in the third to tie it. 

Sapulpa took the lead in the fourth inning, loading the bases with a walk and a pair of singles. Casey and Gage Williams hit RBI singles and Henderson scored on a fielders choice for the 5-2 advantage. Steelman and Cal Watkins scored on a single from Rutledge in the top of the fifth.

 Things looked bleak in the top of the seventh as the first two batters flied out, but Rutledge and Braden Askew hit back to back doubles to tie it and Askew came in on a single from Tyler Ash for the lead.

Conner Dennis (3-2, 4-2) got the start on the mound and pitched eight hits, two strikeouts, and two walks over four innings. Brock Youngblood (4-4, 10-12) toss two hits, no walks, and one strikeout in the final three innings for the win.

CPHS 6 SHS 5
Hits: SHS 10, CPHS 9.
Walks: CPHS 5, SHS 2.
Strikeouts: SHS 3, CPHS 4.
Errors: CPHS 3.
Double Plays: CPHS 1, SHS 1.
Left on Base: CPHS 5, SHS 9.

CPHS Baseball: Sandites fall 11-5 to Owasso at Regionals, Adcock hits home run

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After winning their first game of the day over their arch rivals from Sapulpa, the Charles Page High School baseball team (23-11) suffered an 11-5 defeat at the hands of Owasso (27-8) in the second round of the Regional Tournament. 

The host team was defeated 6-5 by the Chieftains (23-10-1) earlier in the day, leaving each team with one loss in a double-elimination tournament. 

The Sandites kicked the game off with a bang as John Miller (5-1) struck out the first three Owasso batters in the bottom of the first. Cale Savage gave his team the first lead with a second inning triple to score his younger brother, Cason Savage. 

Nate Ackenhausen, who also went the distance on the mound for Owasso, tied the game up with a solo home run in the bottom of the second. The Rams loaded the bases with walks from there, but Ty Steelman caught a line drive to strand the lot.

Owasso claimed the lead in the third as Ackenhausen singled to score CD White. The Rams picked up three walks and scattered four hits for a 7-1 advantage in the bottom of the fourth.

Kameron Adcock hit his second home run of the season in the fifth inning to tie Tyler Ash as the leading homer hitter on the team.

The Rams pushed their lead to 11-2 in the sixth with two walks and three singles before the Sandites tried to rally.

Sand Springs loaded the bases with singles from Cale Savage, Adcock, and Steelman. Savage scored on a sacrifice fly by Cal Watkins, then Adcock came in on a single from Riley Rutledge. Steelman scored the final run of the game on a ground ball by Ash.

Kyler Copeland walked to load the bases with a pair of outs, but Jacob Snodgrass flied out to left field to bring the game to a close. 

The Sandites struggled in the bull pen and went through five pitchers over the course of the game. John Miller was credited with his first loss of the season, but Rutledge (1-0) and Seth Villines (1-0) both saw action and Michael Miller and Kiefer Massey made their varsity pitching debuts. 

The Sandites and Chieftains will play a rematch at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday with the winner playing Owasso for the ticket to State at 12:30 p.m.

OHS 11 CPHS 5
Hits: OHS 11, CPHS 9.
Walks: OHS 10, CPHS 4.
Strikeouts: CPHS 4, OHS 5.
Steals: OHS 3.
Errors: OHS 1, CPHS 1.
Left-on-Base: OHS 10, CPHS 8.

CPHS Baseball: Sandites top Sapulpa 8-6 at Regional Playoffs

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Owasso - The Charles Page High School baseball team (23-10) kicked off the Regional Tournament Wednesday afternoon with an 8-6 victory over their arch-rivals.

The Sapulpa Chieftains (23-10-1) upset the host team from Owasso High School (26-8) in the first round of the tournament, but followed the 6-5 victory with a loss to the Sandites.

Sapulpa jumped out to an early lead with a 2RBI home run from Gage Williams and held a 2-0 advantage till the bottom of the fifth. 

Sand Springs loaded the bases with singles from Cal Watkins and Riley Rutledge, and a walk from Braden Askew. Watkins and courtesy runner Garrett McCallie came in on a single from Tyler Ash to tie the game.

Ty Steelman (3-0) took over for Braden Askew (4-3) in the top of the sixth as the Chieftains reclaimed the lead with two hits, a walk, and a pair of sacrifice flies. Cody Rossman and Bennett Henderson batted in Ethan Williams and Kyle Alcorn, respectively, for a 4-2 lead.

The Sandites put the game away in the bottom of the inning with eight hits and six runs to make it 8-4. Cale Savage doubled in Jacob Snodgrass, Watkins singled to score Kameron Adcock, and Rutledge doubled in Steelman for their first lead of the day. Ash batted in Watkins and Rutledge and scored on a single from Kyler Copeland for their final runs of the game.

Evan Casey walked and Gage Williams singled in the top of the seventh and both scored on a double from Ethan Williams, but Savage sent a ground ball to first base to secure the win.

Askew pitched seven hits, two strikeouts, and one walk in the first five innings. Steelman got the win with three hits and two walks in the final two innings. 

Sand Springs will return to action right away with a game against Owasso. The double-elimination tournament will continue Thursday with a rematch of Sand Springs vs Sapulpa. 

CPHS 8 SHS 6
Hits: CPHS 16, SHS 10.
Walks: SHS 3, CPHS 2.
Strikeouts: SHS 2, CPHS 7.
Steals: CPHS 4.
Left-on-Base: SHS 6, CPHS 9.

Sandite of the Week: Meghan Charles qualifies for State Tournament as freshman

Sand Springs freshman Meghan Charles has been on a roll this season and her persistence has paid off with a trip to the OSSAA 6A State Tournament.

After leading her team with a single-round score of 88 strokes at the East Regional last week, Charles punched her ticket to Hillcrest Country Club.

The girls' State Tournament will by held May 2nd and 3rd in Bartlesville. Charles will tee off at 9:08 a.m. Wednesday.

CPHS Golf: Carson Griggs and Meghan Charles qualify for State Tournament

The Charles Page High School golf team qualified two for the OSSAA 6A State Tournament.

University of Denver-signed senior Carson Griggs was the top individual qualifier at the East Regional on Bailey Ranch Golf Course, shooting a 148 over two rounds. Kyler Gaylor scored 176, Danny Pittman shot 190, J.T. Bristow scored 204, and Nate Campbell shot 216.

Freshman standout Meghan Charles was the number-four qualifier in Muskogee with a single round score of 88. Emily Charles shot 99, Elizabeth Moore shot 113, and Adele Downey shot 122. 

Owasso and Edmond Memorial will be the top contenders for the State title in boys' competition as the East and West Regional Champions, respectively. 

Bixby and Edmond North won the girls' Regionals, but only by a few strokes over Jenks and Norman making it anyone's game at State. 

The girls' State Tournament will by held May 2nd and 3rd at Hillcrest Country Club in Bartlesville. Charles will tee off at 9:08 a.m. Wednesday.

Griggs will tee off at 8:00 a.m. May 7th at Forest Ridge Golf Club in Broken Arrow. This is his fourth trip to the State Tournament, and he came in Runner-Up as a junior. 

CPHS Wrestling: Blake Sargent signs with Newman University

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Charles Page High School senior Blake Sargent signed a letter of intent Tuesday morning to wrestle at Newman University in Wichita, Kansas. Sargent concluded his high school career in February as a three-time State Qualifier with a 105-33 record.

In eighth grade Sargent placed third at Junior High All-State Championships. He went 13-2 on varsity as a freshman, placing third at the Perry Tournament of Champions and the Jay Hancock Memorial Invitational. He also came in runner-up at Junior High All-State.

During his sophomore year Sargent placed third at Perry, ninth at the Kansas City Stampede, and fifth at the Jay Hancock Memorial. He won the Bobby Lyons Invitational and the Regional Championship and finished third in the state at 120 pounds with a 39-12 record.

As a junior Sargent went 37-11. He placed fourth at Perry, second at Kansas City, third at the Jerry Billings Invitational, and third at Regionals for another State Tournament appearance.

His senior season was hampered by injury, but Sargent amassed a 16-8 record for third place at the Bobby Lyons Invitational, fifth at Regionals, and third at State. 

The Jets finished the 2018 season with a 4-5 dual record, placing first at the Kansas Cup, fifth at the MIAA Championships, tenth at the NCAA Super Regional, and twelfth at the NCAA Division II Championships with one National Champion.

Youth Wrestling: Sandites crown six champions at Oklahoma National Team Qualifier

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Several members of the Sand Springs Team Big wrestling club competed at the USA Oklahoma National Team Qualifier this weekend at Union High School. The Sandites brought home seven first-place medals.

Christian Forbes (7-0 FS, 6-0 GR) took first place in Cadet in both styles at 94 pounds with four tech falls.

Kaden Glass (6-0) won the 182-pound Cadet Freestyle bracket with three technical falls and a pin.

Clayton Giddens-Buttram (6-0 FS, 2-0 GR) breezed through the 77-pound Schoolboy Freestyle bracket with a trio of tech falls, outscoring his opponents 34-2. In Greco he pinned one opponent in 25 seconds and defeated Caydon Miller 8-2 in the finals.

Abraham Flores (12-1) dominated the 114-pound Schoolboy Freestyle bracket with three tech falls and a pin, topping Jaxen Wright 16-6 in the finals.

Grady Mittasch (18-6) won the 78 pound Novice Freestyle bracket with a first-period pin, a technical fall, and a 6-5 finals decision over Miles Velasquez.

Adrian Flores (7-18) won a best-of-three series against Garrett Henry for the 135-pound Novice Freestyle title with a 37-second pin and a 10-0 tech fall.

Riley Weir (21-5) came in runner-up in Junior Freestyle at 126 pounds, teching Jakob Lyons 13-2 and Thaddeus Long 17-4 before injury forfeiting to Ryder Ramsey. Long (4-1) placed third, teching three opponents and pinning one.

Carter Young (35-6) came in runner-up in Cadet Freestyle at 113 pounds, teching his first three opponents by a cumulative 33-1 before falling 13-8 to Tucker Owens in the finals.

Cameron White (6-7 FS, 7-6 GR) placed second in Schoolboy Greco at 110 pounds and third in Freestyle. In Greco he pinned his first foe in only fourteen seconds and in Freestyle he teched Alec Little 14-2.

Bryce Fisher (22-2) placed third in Schoolboy Freestyle at 165 pounds, falling in his opening match before winning a pair of 10-0 tech falls.

Ethan White (19-7) placed fourth at 136 pounds in Schoolboy Freestyle. He fell by pin in his opening match but rebounded with a pair of 10-0 tech falls before falling 10-2 to JP Martinez in placement.

CPHS Baseball: Regional assignment and regular season statistics

 Lucas Adcock has hit the only grand slam of the season thus far for Sand Springs. 

Lucas Adcock has hit the only grand slam of the season thus far for Sand Springs. 

With the regular season behind them, it's do or die for the Charles Page High School varsity baseball team. This week the Sandites will depart for their Regional Tournament as they hope to earn a ticket to the State Championship at Oral Roberts University.

The Sandites had a tough start to the season, going 4-6 before rattling off fourteen straight victories, the second-longest win streak of any 6A team this season. Since their streak came to an end they have won four and lost four and are coming off a 4-0 Senior Night upset to Southmoore. 

Sand Springs finished the regular season 22-10 overall with a 7-5 district record for fourth place in district standings. They also took first place at the Spartan-Tiger Turf War in mid-April. 

The double-elimination Regional Tournament will begin Wednesday at Owasso High School. The host team will play Sapulpa at 10:00 a.m. The Sandites will play a Highway 97 Rivalry game against Sapulpa at 12:30 p.m., then will play Owasso at 3:00 p.m. 

Owasso (25-7) won their district with a 10-2 record. Of their seven losses this year, only three came at the hands of Oklahoma teams. Sand Springs has defeated two of those three. 

Sapulpa (22-9-1) placed fourth in the same district with Owasso. The Rams defeated the Chieftains 1-0 and 6-1 in district action. 

The Sandites have yet to meet Owasso this year, but fell 9-4 to Sapulpa on April 20th. 

The Regional tournament will be held at Stigall Field on the campus of Owasso High School at 12901 East 86th Street North. 

Average Box Score

Owasso
Runs: 9
Hits: 8
Walks: 6
Strikeouts: 6
Steals: 2
Errors: 1
Double-Plays: 1
Opponents
Runs: 4
Hits: 4
Walks: 5
Strikeouts: 8

.329 Batting
.545 Slugging
.455 OBP
3.03 ERA
1.52 WHIP

Sand Springs
Runs: 6
Hits: 7
Walks: 4
Strikeouts: 5
Steals: 4
Errors: 2
Double-Plays: 1
Opponents
Runs: 3
Hits: 6
Walks: 3
Strikeouts: 5

.288 Batting
.365 Slugging
.456 OBP
2.79 ERA
1.39 WHIP

Sapulpa
Runs: 6
Hits: 7
Walks: 6
Strikeouts: 5
Steals: 2
Errors: 1
Double-Plays: 0
Opponents
Runs: 4
Hits: 5
Walks: 6
Strikeouts: 6

.293 Batting
.431 Slugging
.427 OBP
3.12 ERA
1.67 WHIP

Sandite Statistics

Batting Average
.368 Riley Rutledge
.365 Braden Askew
.320 Ty Steelman
.320 Cal Watkins
.263 Kyler Copeland
.260 Tyler Ash
.257 Cale Savage
.195 Kameron Adcock

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.500 Ryan Seabolt
.500 Brock Youngblood
.385 John Miller
.333 Kiefer Massey
.333 Braden Millican
.267 Seth Villines
.222 Lucas Adcock
.214 Malachi Burks
.167 Blake Goodman
.000 Conner Dennis
.000 Garrett McCallie
.000 Michael Miller
.000 Ethan Sartin

Slugging Average
.494 Riley Rutledge
.462 Braden Askew
.385 Tyler Ash
.380 Cal Watkins
.373 Ty Steelman
.371 Cale Savage
.275 Kyler Copeland
.256 Kameron Adcock

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.500 Ryan Seabolt
.500 Brock Youngblood
.462 John Miller
.381 Braden Millican
.361 Lucas Adcock
.333 Kiefer Massey
.333 Seth Villines
.214 Malachi Burks
.167 Blake Goodman
.000 Conner Dennis
.000 Garrett McCallie
.000 Michael Miller
.000 Ethan Sartin

On-Base Percentage
.468 Riley Rutledge
.416 Ty Steelman
.413 Tyler Ash
.404 Braden Askew
.404 Cal Watkins
.398 Cale Savage
.359 Kyler Copeland
.274 Kameron Adcock

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.500 Ryan Seabolt
.500 Kiefer Massey
.500 Garrett McCallie
.500 Brock Youngblood
.467 John Miller
.400 Braden Millican
.378 Lucas Adcock
.378 Malachi Burks
.333 Seth Villines
.200 Michael Miller
.167 Blake Goodman
.000 Conner Dennis
.000 Ethan Sartin

*Batting Minimum - 2 ab/game.

Runs
29 Cal Watkins
26 Tyler Ash
24 Riley Rutledge
20 Ty Steelman
15 Kameron Adcock
15 Braden Askew
13 Cale Savage
12 Malachi Burks
11 Garrett McCallie
11 Braden Millican
10 Lucas Adcock
3 Seth Villines
2 John Miller
2 Michael Miller
1 Kyler Copeland

RBI
28 Braden Askew
19 Tyler Ash
19 Cale Savage
14 Kameron Adcock
13 Riley Rutledge
13 Kyler Copeland
12 Cal Watkins
10 Ty Steelman
8 Lucas Adcock
5 Braden Millican
4 Malachi Burks
4 John Miller
2 Seth Villines
2 Brock Youngblood
1 Garrett McCallie
1 Ethan Sartin

Hits
38 Braden Askew
32 Riley Rutledge
32 Cal Watkins
25 Tyler Ash
24 Ty Steelman
21 Kyler Copeland
18 Cale Savage
16 Kameron Adcock
7 Braden Millican
8 Lucas Adcock
6 Malachi Burks
5 John Miller
4 Seth Villines
2 Brock Youngblood
1 Blake Goodman
1 Ryan Seabolt

Singles
30 Braden Askew
30 Cal Watkins
21 Riley Rutledge
21 Ty Steelman
20 Kyler Copeland
17 Tyler Ash
13 Kameron Adcock
10 Cale Savage
6 Malachi Burks
6 Braden Millican
5 Lucas Adcock
4 John Miller
3 Seth Villines
2 Brock Youngblood
1 Ryan Seabolt

Doubles
11 Riley Rutledge
8 Cale Savage
7 Braden Askew
6 Tyler Ash
2 Kameron Adcock
2 Lucas Adcock
2 Cal Watkins
1 Kyler Copeland
1 John Miller
1 Braden Millican
1 Ty Steelman
1 Seth Villines

Triples
1 Ty Steelman
1 Cal Watkins

Home Runs
2 Tyler Ash
1 Kameron Adcock
1 Lucas Adcock
1 Braden Askew

Base on Balls
17 Tyler Ash
15 Cale Savage
11 Riley Rutledge
11 Cal Watkins
10 Ty Steelman
9 Kyler Copeland
8 Kameron Adcock
5 Malachi Burks
4 Lucas Adcock
4 Braden Askew
2 John Miller
2 Seth Villines
1 Garrett McCallie
1 Michael Miller
1 Braden Millican

Hit by Pitch
8 Tyler Ash
8 Riley Rutledge
5 Lucas Adcock
4 Braden Askew
4 Cale Savage
3 Malachi Burks
3 Kyler Copeland
3 Ty Steelman
3 Cal Watkins
2 Kameron Adcock
2 Braden Millican

Sacrifices
4 Riley Rutledge
4 Cale Savage
3 Kameron Adcock
2 Braden Askew
1 Lucas Adcock
1 Malachi Burks
1 Braden Millican
1 Ty Steelman
1 Seth Villines

Steals-Caught Stealing
17-2 Tyler Ash
16-4 Cal Watkins
15-2 Riley Rutledge
14-2 Ty Steelman
12-2 Malachi Burks
10-4 Braden Askew
9-1 Cale Savage
9-3 Kameron Adcock
7-1 Braden Millican
5-1 Lucas Adcock
4-2 Seth Villines
1-0 Kyler Copeland
1-0 John Miller
1-0 Michael Miller
1-2 Garrett McCallie

Double Plays
10 Cal Watkins
7 Riley Rutledge
4 Cale Savage
3 Kyler Copeland
3 Seth Villines
2 Kameron Adcock
2 Conner Dennis
2 Ty Steelman
1 Lucas Adcock
1 John Miller

Pitching

W/L Record
5-0 John Miller
4-3 Braden Askew
3-1 Tyler Ash
3-2 Conner Dennis
3-4 Brock Youngblood
2-0 Ty Steelman
1-0 Riley Rutledge
1-0 Seth Villines
0-0 Cale Savage

Earned Run Average
1.31 Seth Villines
1.75 Conner Dennis
1.75 John Miller
2.43 Ty Steelman
2.80 Cale Savage
3.27 Tyler Ash
3.44 Braden Askew
3.50 Riley Rutledge
4.00 Brock Youngblood

WHIP
0.92 John Miller
1.13 Seth Villines
1.33 Tyler Ash
1.35 Braden Askew
1.38 Conner Dennis
1.57 Brock Youngblood
1.60 Riley Rutledge
1.79 Ty Steelman
1.80 Cale Savage

Strikeouts
37 Braden Askew
25 Brock Youngblood
24 Tyler Ash
21 John Miller
15 Riley Rutledge
14 Ty Steelman
14 Conner Dennis
5 Seth Villines
3 Cale Savage

Strike Percentage
67% Braden Askew
65% Conner Dennis
64% Riley Rutledge
63% Seth Villines
63% Brock Youngblood
61% Tyler Ash
61% John Miller
58% Cale Savage
58% Ty Steelman

Saves
3 Ty Steelman
1 Riley Rutledge
1 Seth Villines

CPHS Baseball: Sabercats Sabotage Sandite Senior Night

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The Charles Page High School varsity baseball team (22-10, 7-5) celebrated seven players and two managers on Senior Night, but the festivities were marred by a 4-0 upset loss to Southmoore High School (8-26, 3-9).

Conner Dennis, Braden Millican, Riley Rutledge, Braden Askew, Brock Youngblood, Ty Steelman, Kameron Adcock, Morgan Schlehuber, and Maddie Ward each saw their final home game at the Sandite Baseball Complex. 

Alec Spencer led the effort for the Sabercats, giving up only four hits and two walks against six strikeouts in the 4-0 shutout. 

Two doubles and two singles in the top of the third gave Southmoore a 2-0 advantage with runs from Brendan Kirchoff and Austin Slate, and they padded their lead in the seventh. 

Laif Bradshaw reached on an error, Donnie Gaines singled, and Bradshaw scored on a ground ball from Slate. Spencer drew a walk and a pair of balks brought in Slate for the final run of the game.

Steelman landed singles in the first and fourth innings, Askew doubled in the fourth, and Kyler Copeland doubled in the seventh. 

Dennis (3-2, 4-2) pitched the first six innings, throwing seven hits and four strikeouts. Steelman (2-0, 2-1) started the seventh inning and threw one hit and one walk. Youngblood (3-4, 9-12) faced the final batter who grounded out. 

Sand Springs will receive their Regional assignment Monday, April 30th and the tournament will be played May 3-5. The winning team will punch their ticket to the State Tournament at Oral Roberts University. 

SHS 4 CPHS 0
Hits: SHS 8, CPHS 4.
Walks: CPHS 2, SHS 1.
Strikeouts: SHS 4, CPHS 6.
Steals: CPHS 1.
Errors: CPHS 1.
Left-on-Base: CPHS 5, SHS 6.
 

OSSAA District 6A-3 FINAL Standings
11-1 Enid (27-5)
8-4 Broken Arrow (18-14)
8-4 Jenks (16-15)
7-5 Sand Springs (22-10)
4-8 Ponca City (10-22)
3-9 Southmoore (8-26)
1-11 Muskogee (3-27)

CPHS Track: Aden Baughman wins Frontier Valley Conference Championship

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The Charles Page High School Track and Field team crowned one champion and one runner-up at the Frontier Valley Conference Championship Wednesday at Union High School, both in the same event.

Junior defending State Champion Aden Baughman won his first Conference title in the 800-meter run with a time of 1:56.05. Jaelyn Jackson wasn't far behind him, placing second in a personal-record 1:58.71.

Joel Mackey placed third in the 100-meter dash and Malonn Moyer placed third in Discus. 

The boys’ relay teams had two of their best times this year in the 400 and 3200 runs, the latter of which placed fifth.  

Union High School won the Conference titles for both boys and girls and won eight first-place medals. Jenks was Runner-Up in both boys and girls with seven first-place finishes.  

 The Sandite Track teams will return to action May 5th at the Regionals track meet in Tahlequah.  

Sandite Boys' Results
4x100 Relay - 7th - 43.51
4x800 Relay - 5th - 8:28.98
110 Hurdles
16.78 - Mason Shipman - 9th
300 Hurdles
42.01 - Mason Shipman - 7th (PR)
100 Dash
11.10 - Joel Mackey - 3rd
11.61 - Ben Nortey - 9th (PR)
11.65 - Payton Scott - 10th
200 Dash
22.73 - Joel Mackey - 4th
23.99 - Joseph Mattison - 9th
800 Run
1:56.05 - Aden Baughman - 1st
1:58.71 - Jaelyn Jackson - 2nd (PR)
2:09.75 - Hosea Soap - 15th (PR)
1600 Run
4:39.33 - Ian Baustert - 6th (PR)
3200 Run
10:28.42 - Ian Baustert - 7th
10:56.28 - Danny Murray - 11th (PR)
Discus Throw
134'03.00" - Malonn Moyer - 3rd
124'04.00" - Mitchell Medford - 7th (PR)

Male Team Scores
157.0 - Union
119.5 - Jenks
66.0 - Bixby
64.0 - Broken Arrow
58.0 - Bartlesville
52.0 - Muskogee
44.0 - Owasso
39.0 - Sand Springs
36.5 - Bishop Kelley
15.0 - Sapulpa

Frontier Valley Conference Champions
4x100 Relay - Union - 41.78
4x200 Relay - Union - 1:27.87
4x400 Relay - Bixby - 3:20.36
4x800 Relay - BKHS - 8:03.42
110 Hurdles - Maurice McMullen (JNK) - 14.82
300 Hurdles - Maurice McMullen (JNK) - 38.52
100 Dash - Donte Crutchfield (MSK) - 10.93
200 Dash - AJ Green (UNI) - 22.18
400 Dash - Avery Alverson (UNI) - 49.66
800 Run - Aden Baughman (CPHS) - 1:56.05
1600 Run - James Martinez (BVIL) - 4:32.96
3200 Run - Nathan Lauritsen (BVIL) - 9:42.91
High Jump - David Kelley (BVIL) - 6'07.00"
Pole Vault - Sedona Emde (JNK) - 14'00.00"
Long Jump - Brennan Presley (BXB) - 22'09.50"
Discus - Jordan Kelley (UNI) - 141'06.00"
Shot Put - Jordan Kelley (UNI) - 54'10.00"

Lady Sandite Results
100 Hurdles
18.46 - Elizabeth Watts - 10th
300 Hurdles
52.18 - Elizabeth Watts - 10th (PR)
100 Dash
13.87 - Adrianna Tapp - 13th
14.42 - Adrien Sarasua - 20th
14.82 - Madelynn Adams - 22nd
200 Dash
29.04 - Adrianna Tapp - 11th
30.24 - Madelynn Adams - 16th
31.42 - Adrien Sarasua - 21st
400 Dash
1:10.34 - Wanageeska Williams - 16th (PR)
800 Run
2:29.82 - Tiqvah Soap - 7th (PR)

Female Team Scores
133.0 - Union
118.0 - Jenks
97.0 - Broken Arrow
80.0 - Owasso
56.0 - Bartlesville
51.0 - Sapulpa
50.0 - Bixby
37.0 - Muskogee
29.0 - Bishop Kelley
0.0 - Sand Springs

Frontier Valley Conference Champions
4x100 Relay - Union - 48.77
4x200 Relay - Union - 1:43.03
4x400 Relay - BAHS - 3:58.37
4x800 Relay - BAHS - 9:32.11
100 Hurdles - Candace Adams (JNK) - 16.21
300 Hurdles - Madison Caputo (BAHS) - 46.63
100 Dash - Brandee Presley (BXB) - 12.05
200 Dash - Brandee Presley (BXB) - 25.16
400 Dash - Brandee Presley (BXB) - 57.39
800 Run - Brianna Hays (BAHS) - 2:18.38
1600 Run - Ally Ryan (JNK) - 4:51.55
3200 Run - Katie Booth (OWA) - 11:58.63
High Jump - Ava Moon (BKHS) - 5'00.00"
Pole Vault - Sedona Emde (JNK) - 10'09.00"
Long Jump - Trinity Parker (BVIL) - 17'02.50"
Discus - Bailey Tilley (JNK) - 124'05.00"
Shot Put- Sadie Boos (BKHS) - 39'09.00"

Sandite of the Week Malonn Moyer takes first place at Collinsville Discus Throw

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Charles Page High School senior Malonn Moyer was selected as our Sandite of the Week for his performance at last week's Terry Due Track Classic in Collinsville. 

Moyer took first place in the discus throw with a personal record of 139 feet and nine inches, handily defeating the runner-up by more than seven feet. He also took fifth place in shot put with a career-best 44 feet and eleven inches. 

Moyer also placed third in discus at the Frontier Valley Conference Championship this week with a distance of 134'03.00".

 

CPHS Baseball: Sandites top Booker T. Washington 2-0, Ash strikes out five

 Cal Watkins scored both runs in a 2-0 win at Booker T. Washington High School.

Cal Watkins scored both runs in a 2-0 win at Booker T. Washington High School.

The Charles Page High School varsity baseball team (22-9) outhit, out-batted, and out-fielded Booker T. Washington High School (15-16) in a non-district 2-0 road victory Thursday night.

Cal Watkins gave his team the lead right out of the gate thanks to a single and a series of mistakes by the Hornets. Watkins took second on an error, third on a passed ball, and scored on a wild pitch for a first inning lead.

Watkins scored the second run as well, once again with help from the Hornets. A walk, a steal, a passed ball, and a sacrifice fly from Ty Steelman brought in the final run of the game. 

Tyler Ash (3-1) got the start and the win on the mound, throwing one hit, five strikeouts, and two walks in four innings. 

Seth Villines (1-0) threw one walk and one strikeout in the fifth inning. Riley Rutledge (1-0) recorded his first save with two strikeouts in the final two innings.

Sand Springs Baseball will return to action Friday at 4:00 p.m. for their final game of the regular season against Southmoore (7-25, 2-8). Senior Night celebrations will follow the game. 

CPHS 2 BTW 0
Hits: CPHS 5, BTW 1.
Walks: CPHS 6, BTW 3.
Strikeouts: CPHS 6, BTW 8.
Steals: CPHS 7.
Errors: CPHS 1, BTW 2.
Double Plays: BTW 1.
Left-on-Base: BTW 5, CPHS 8.

District 6A-3 Standings
11-1 Enid (25-5)
8-4 Broken Arrow (16-14)
7-4 Jenks (15-15)
7-4 Sand Springs (22-9)
4-8 Ponca City (10-22)
2-8 Southmoore (7-25)
1-11 Muskogee (3-26)