CPHS Basketball: Sandites place third at BK Invitational, beat Jenks 75-62 in OT

IMG_7220.JPG

The defending three-time Bishop Kelley Invitational Champions had to settle for third place Saturday afternoon in Tulsa after a loss to undefeated Shawnee in the semifinals. The No. 4 ranked Charles Page High School girls’ basketball team (4-2) bounced back from the defeat with a 75-62 overtime victory against the No. 20 Jenks Trojans (2-3).

The Sandites never trailed in the first period, but they couldn’t get away from the Trojans either, leading only 20-19 at the buzzer with their biggest first-quarter allowance of the season thus far. They were heavily out-rebounded and only came away with one steal, despite averaging 4.3 per quarter going into the game.

Holly Kersgieter scored the opening bucket and Isabella Regalado hit two from the charity stripe for a 4-0 start and took their biggest lead of the half with a three-pointer from Madison Burris to make it 7-2.

Sand Springs improved radically on rebounds in the second period and went 12-of-15 at charity stripe in the first half, but shot only 32% in the field and once again only secured one steal in the second period.

Jenks took their first lead of the game at 25-24, but it was short-lived after Regalado hit two free throws and a layup. By the end of the half the Sandites held a narrow 31-29 advantage that the Trojans tied with the opening basket of the third period.

The Sandites finally began to pull away in the third quarter, leading by five points on four occasions and as much as seven before the Trojans scored a free throw on a technical foul by Head Coach Tobey Nightingale, and followed it up with a three-pointer. Reagan Padilla ended the period with two free throws of her own, and the Sandites started the final stanza hot for a 51-41 advantage.

Their first double-digit lead soon evaporated as back-to-back deep balls kept the Trojans in contention and Sandite fouls tied the game up at 51-51 and 53-53 before Jenks pulled ahead once again at 57-53.

Jenks took a big hit when their starting center fouled out with 1:19 to play, and Kersgieter scored on a free throw and a steal by Johnson to make it a one-point game. She reclaimed the lead soon after with an assist from Burris, then Regalado was fouled on a rebound and made it 59-57.

Johnson fouled while rebounding Regalado’s second free throw, and Jenks tied it up shortly before time expired, sending the Sandites to their first overtime since the 2015-2016 season. The overtime period went as perfectly as possible for the Sandites, who won it 16-3 and ended the game on a ten-point streak.

The Sandites struggled to guard the forward positions, allowing 31 shots and nine goals from outside the arc. They also had a tough time scoring on the deep ball, going 1-of-11. They excelled at free throws, however, going 30-of-38, and are shooting 73% this season. They also returned to their normal selves defensively in the second half, with eight steals.

Kersgieter, a University of Kansas-commit, scored a career-high 38 points to lead her team for the fifth time this season, and was named to the All-Tournament Team for the fourth-straight year. Johnson was the only other Lady Sandite in double digits with thirteen points, though seven players made their way into the scorebook. Jacie Taber collected a team-high twelve rebounds for the second-straight game, and Burris snagged a team-best five steals.

Norman North and Shawnee headed home early to avoid winter weather, preventing the title game from being played, and both return to their regular schedules undefeated.

Sand Springs will return to action Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. with a Frontier Valley Conference home game against No. 5 Bartlesville (3-1). The Trojans will travel to No. 16 Bixby (4-0) Tuesday.

CPHS 75 Jenks 62
1Q
CPHS 20-19
2Q CPHS 11-10
3Q CPHS 15-12
4Q Jenks 18-13
OT CPHS 16-3
Free Throws: CPHS 30-of-38, Jenks 15-of-20.
Field Goals: CPHS 22-of-57, Jenks 19-of-58.
Offensive Rebounds: CPHS 16, Jenks 11.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 27, Jenks 17.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 43, Jenks 28.
Steals: CPHS 10, Jenks 8.
Blocks: Jenks 2.
Fouls: CPHS 17, Jenks 22.


(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring: Kersgieter 38, Johnson 13, Regalado 9, Taber 7, Burris 4, Padilla 2, Jordan 2.
Offensive Rebounds: Kersgieter 4, Taber 4, Regalado 3, Johnson 2, Jordan 2, Burris 1.
Defensive Rebounds: Taber 8, Johnson 5, Kersgieter 4, Regalado 4, Burris 3, Padilla 2, Hampton 1.
Total Rebounds: Taber 12, Kersgieter 8, Johnson 7, Regalado 7, Burris 4, Padilla 2, Jordan 2, Hampton 1.
Steals: Burris 5, Johnson 3, Regalado 2.
Assists: Burris 3, Johnson 2, Kersgieter 2, Jordan 1.
Fouls: Taber 4, Regalado 4, Johnson 3, Kersgieter 2, Burris 2, Padilla 2.

CPHS Basketball: Undefeated Shawnee knocks off Sand Springs 57-43

 Jacie Taber had a career morning against Shawnee, with 14 points and 12 rebounds.

Jacie Taber had a career morning against Shawnee, with 14 points and 12 rebounds.

Head Coach Tobey Nightingale played with her winning formula Friday morning and it didn’t pay off, but a return to the Sandites’ bread and butter didn’t offer much improvement.

The No. 4 ranked Charles Page High School girls’ basketball team (3-2) fell 57-43 to No. 11 Shawnee (4-0) in the Bishop Kelley Invitational semifinals. Sand Springs was the defending three-time tournament champions coming into the match.

Destiny Johnson and Isabella Regalado sat out the opening two minutes while Reagan Padilla and Darrian Jordan got the start, and the team went scoreless before sending in the usuals. The Sandites average a 25-9 first quarter lead this season, but instead found themselves down 16-13 at the buzzer. Notably absent in the first half were turnovers, as the Sandites average five steals per quarter this season but only came up with two in the first half. Instead it was the Wolves with seven and a 29-25 halftime advantage.

The first quarter saw nine lead changes, but the Wolves never trailed in the latter three periods. Regalado came off the bench to give her team a 3-2 lead and Holly Kersgieter put her team out front three times. Regalado recorded the teams’s first steal with less than two minutes in the half and Johnson scored on a steal soon after, but the girls never managed to find their usual rhythm.

Jacie Taber bookended the second period and kicked off the third en route to a double-double. The Missouri State softball commit finished the game with a career-high twelve points and twelve rebounds. Kersgieter led the Sandites for the fourth time this season with nineteen points.

The Wolves only won the second and third periods by a point apiece, and led only 43-38 to start the final stretch before putting it away. Taber and Johnson made a three-free throw run to cut it to 45-41, but their foes rattled off nine straight points in a 12-2 run to remain undefeated.

The Sandites struggled with accuracy and ball security, giving up twice as many turnovers as they gained. They had season-low shooting percentages from two and three point range, and at the free throw line.

The girls will play for third place Saturday at 4:00 p.m. against No. 20 Jenks (2-2). Jenks defeated 5A No. 18 Bishop Kelley (0-5) 52-40 in the first round of the tournament but fell 60-42 to No. 8 Norman North (5-0). Norman North and Shawnee will play for first place Saturday at 7:00 p.m.

SHS 57 CPHS 43
1Q
SHS 16-13
2Q SHS 13-12
3Q SHS 14-13
4Q SHS 14-5
Free Throws: SHS 15-of-19, CPHS 12-of-19.
Field Goals: SHS 19-of-47, CPHS 14-of-48.
Offensive Rebounds: CPHS 13, SHS 9.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 17, SHS 17.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 30, SHS 26.
Steals: SHS 13, CPHS 6.
Blocks: SHS 2, CPHS 1.
Fouls: SHS 11, CPHS 14.

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring: Kersgieter 19, Taber 12, Johnson 8, Regalado 4.
Offensive Rebounds: Taber 5, Johnson 3, Regalado 3, Kersgieter 2.
Defensive Rebounds: Taber 7, Kersgieter 5, Regalado 3, Johnson 1, Burris 1.
Total Rebounds: Taber 12, Kersgieter 7, Regalado 6, Johnson 4, Burris 1.
Steals: Regalado 2, Johnson 2, Kersgieter 1, Burris 1.
Assists: Johnson 1, Kersgieter 1, Burris 1.
Blocks: Johnson 1.
Fouls: Johnson 3, Taber 3, Kersgieter 2, Burris 2, Padilla 1.

CPHS Basketball: Sandites hand Memorial first loss, 75-34 at Bishop Kelley Invitational

IMG_6539.JPG

Sixteen Lady Sandites saw court time in a 41-point win at the Bishop Kelley Invitational Thursday morning. The No. 4 ranked Charles Page High School girls’ basketball team (3-1) rolled over 5A No. 19 Tulsa Memorial 75-34 in the first round of the tournament, dealing the Chargers (2-1) their first loss of the season.

In what has become a normal occurrence during the past few seasons, the Sandites jumped out to a practically insurmountable first-period lead and were able to run the bench throughout the game. With a 55-13 lead to start the second half, the starters rode the bench through the entire third quarter and only saw two minutes of action in the fourth.

University of Tulsa-commit Destiny Johnson scored nine points in a 15-0 start before Memorial made their way onto the board and University of Kansas-commit Holly Kersgieter scored six in the stanza. Kersgieter was the leading scorer with nineteen points, sixteen of which came in the first half. Johnson was next up with eleven, all in the first half.

Ashlee Bunch was the star of the second half, scoring a career-high seven points and Mikah Hampton had five. The full roster got to play for the first time with Raylynn Mong making her season debut late in the fourth, and a season-best fourteen players made their way into the scorebook.

The Sandites had their highest-scoring second quarter of the season, and allowed only six points to tie their best defensive period of the season. They also allowed only seven points in both the first and fourth quarters. The game was their second-biggest win of the year and best defensive allowance. They improved on free-throw percentage for the fourth consecutive game, going nine-of-eleven at the charity stripe and committed a season-low seven personal fouls.

Second-year Memorial coach Audra Estrada, who lives in Sand Springs, led the Chargers to a 2-0 start for the first time since 2015 with wins over Daniel Webster and the Green Country Defenders.

The Lady Sandites are the defending Bishop Kelley Invitational Champions and have won the tournament three years straight. The win over Memorial was their second-highest margin of victory in the tournament behind a 45-point win over Cascia Hall in the 2016 quarterfinals. They haven’t won a Kelley Invitational game by less than twenty points since since the 2015 finals.

Sand Springs plays the winner of No. 11 Shawnee (2-0) vs. 5A No. 16 Claremore (1-1) Friday at 4:00 p.m. Memorial will take on the losers of that game Friday at 10:00 a.m. The finals will be played Saturday at 7:00 p.m.

CPHS 75 MHS 34
1Q
CPHS 29-7
2Q CPHS 26-6
3Q MHS 14-11
4Q CPHS 10-7
Free Throws: CPHS 9-of-11, MHS 7-of-11.
Field Goals: CPHS 29-of-57, MHS 13-of-35.
Offensive Rebounds: CPHS 14, MHS 7.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 15, MHS 12.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 29, MHS 19.
Steals: CPHS 23, MHS 8.
Blocks: MHS 1.
Fouls: CPHS 7, MHS 7.

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring: Kersgieter 19, Johnson 11, Bunch 7, Regalado 6, Taber 6, Hampton 5, Jordan 4, Padilla 3, Shrum 3, Harris 3, Burris 2, Hughes 2, Solis 2, Cheney 2.
Offensive Rebounds: Jordan 3, Kersgieter 2, Solis 2, Bunch 2, Burris 1, Regalado 1, Shrum 1, Cheney 1, Harris 1.
Defensive Rebounds: Kersgieter 4, Cheney 3, Taber 2, Harris 2, Padilla 1, Regalado 1, Hughes 1, Brown 1.
Total Rebounds: Kersgieter 6, Cheney 4, Jordan 3, Taber 2, Regalado 2, Solis 2, Bunch 2, Burris 1, Padilla 1, Hughes 1, Shrum 1, Brown 1.
Steals: Kersgieter 6, Taber 4, Solis 3, Jordan 2, Regalado 2, Shrum 2, Cheney 1, Johnson 1, Padilla 1, Hampton 1, Cheney 1.
Assists: Johnson 2, Jordan 2, Kersgieter 1, Padilla 1.
Fouls: Regalado 2, Johnson 1, Jordan 1, Brown 1, Cheney 1, Harris 1.

CPHS Basketball: Kersgieter and Johnson combine for 48 in 89-56 win at Broken Arrow

 Sophomore Darrian Jordan has been a solid playmaker during her first varsity season.

Sophomore Darrian Jordan has been a solid playmaker during her first varsity season.

It was a cold night in Broken Arrow but the BA High School Girls’ basketball team turned up the heat at Tiger Field House for a thrilling bout with the No. 4 ranked Charles Page Lady Sandites (3-0, 2-0). While Sand Springs ultimately prevailed by more than thirty points, their unranked conference foes (0-1, 0-1) kept them on their toes for much of the game and only trailed by five at halftime.

For the second game in a row the visitors jumped out to a double digit lead before letting their opponents on the board. Unlike their Friday night massacre of Muskogee, they gave up much of that lead in the second quarter. With a comfortable 20-6 cushion, the Lady Sandites were unprepared for a 28-19 second period resurgence that included a sixteen-point run for the home team.

The back-to-back State Qualifiers settled down in the second half and outscored the Tigers 25-11 in both of the final periods. The Sandites’ three NCAA commits were the heavy scorers. Kansas-commit Holly Kersgieter posted 26 points, closely followed by Tulsa-commit Destiny Johnson with 22, evenly split between the halves, and Northeastern State-bound Isabella Regalado had eighteen.

While Broken Arrow’s sixteen-point run was the longest of the night, Sand Springs had runs of fourteen in the first quarter, nine in the second quarter, nine in the third, and twelve in the fourth.

Just like the game before, the Sandites improved steadily throughout the night, didn’t slow down when they sent in the backups, and ended the night with their biggest lead of the game. Thirteen players made their way onto the court and ten made their way into the scorebook.

The Lady Sandites will return to action at the Bishop Kelley Invitational, where they are back-to-back-to-back champions. They will take on 5A No. 19 Tulsa Memorial (2-0) Thursday at 10:00 a.m.

CPHS 89 BAHS 56
1Q
CPHS 20-6
2Q BAHS 28-19
3Q CPHS 25-11
4Q CPHS 25-11
Free Throws: CPHS 28-of-36, BAHS 11-of-23.
Field Goals: CPHS 26-of-59, BAHS 20-of-57.
Offensive Rebounds: CPHS 14, BAHS 10.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 26, BAHS 17.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 40, BAHS 27.
Steals: CPHS 22, BAHS 15.
Blocks: CPHS 3, BAHS 1.
Fouls: CPHS 23, BAHS 23.

(Sand Springs stats)
Scoring: Kersgieter 26, Johnson 22, Regalado 18, Burris 8, Padilla 4, Harris 3, Cheney 3, Hampton 2, Taber 2, Jordan 1.
Offensive Rebounds: Kersgieter 3, Jordan 3, Regalado 2, Padilla 2, Hampton 2, Burris 1, Solis 1.
Defensive Rebounds: Kersgieter 8, Taber 4, Johnson 3, Regalado 3, Burris 2, Jordan 2, Padilla 1, Hampton 1, Shrum 1, Solis 1.
Total Rebounds: Kersgieter 11, Regalado 5, Jordan 5, Taber 4, Johnson 3, Burris 3, Padilla 3, Hampton 3, Solis 2, Shrum 1.
Assists: Kersgieter 3, Johnson 2, Regalado 2, Taber 2, Hampton 1, Jordan 1.
Steals: Kersgieter 5, Taber 4, Johnson 3, Burris 3, Padilla 3, Regalado 2, Jordan 1, Hughes 1.
Fouls: Regalado 4, Taber 4, Johnson 3, Burris 3, Padilla 3, Kersgieter 2, Hampton 2, Jordan 2.

CPHS Basketball: Lady Sandites throttle Muskogee 109-39 in conference opener

IMG_6385.JPG

The Dubie was lit Friday night in Sand Springs. After an upset loss in Tuesday’s season opener, the No. 1 ranked Charles Page High School girls’ basketball team (1-1,  1-0) made a statement in their first conference game with a seventy-point win against Frontier Valley foe the Muskogee Roughers (0-1) in their first home game at the Ed Dubie Field House.

The Lady Sandites played an aggressive full court press that came up with four-straight turnovers and a 10-0 lead before Muskogee ever left their side of the court.

All fifteen varsity players saw game time, twelve made their way into the score book and five scored in double digits in what could be a school record offensive output. Sandite Pride’s records are incomplete, but even the historically exceptional teams from the Dustin Morrow era only broke 80 points once. The triple digit beat down couldn’t have made for a more perfect first win for first-year head coach Tobey Nightingale.

University of Tulsa commit Destiny Johnson led all scorers with 21 points, closely followed by University of Kansas commit Holly Kersgieter with eighteen, sophomore standout Darrian Jordan with sixteen, and Northeastern State University commit Isabella Regalado with fifteen. Johnson had her first double-double of the season with ten steals.

D’Asia Brown scored the Roughers’ first points on a steal, but the home team rattled off nineteen straight with three three-pointers from Madison Burris before Davin Wilson broke the run. By the end of the first period the Sandites owned a 36-8 lead.

The second period was less explosive, but only slightly. The home team won it 21-8 for a 41-point halftime lead. A two pointer from Lonnesha Hill was the only thing breaking up a thirteen-point run from Sand Springs. The Roughers even got help from the refs when they were given two free throws on a made two-point basket.

The third period was Muskogee’s best with thirteen points and they scored nine of those in a row after a seven-point start from Regalado. Sand Springs scored 26 points in both the third and fourth quarters. Sophomore Bayleigh Cheney hit two free throws to end the game with the biggest lead of the night.

The Lady Sandites will return to action Tuesday with a conference road game against Broken Arrow (0-0) before looking for their third-straight Bishop Kelley Invitational title that weekend.

CPHS 109 MHS 39
1Q:
CPHS 36-8
2Q: CPHS 21-8
3Q: CPHS 26-13
4Q: CPHS 26-10
Free Throws: CPHS 27-of-38, MHS 3-of-11.
Field Goals: CPHS 35-of-63, MHS 18-of-50.
Offensive Rebounds: CPHS 10, MHS 10.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 23, MHS 17.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 33, MHS 27.
Steals: CPHS 24, MHS 5.
Blocks: CPHS 9, MHS 3.
Fouls: CPHS 10, MHS 26.

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring: Johnson 21, Kersgieter 18, Jordan 16, Regalado 15, Burris 11, Taber 7, Harris 6, Hampton 5, Padilla 4, Hughes 2, Cheney 2, Solis 2.
Offensive Rebounds: Kersgieter 4, Regalado 2, Solis 2, Taber 1, Jordan 1.
Defensive Rebounds: Solis 6, Regalado 5, Padilla 3, Kersgieter 3, Burris 3, Taber 2, Johnson 1.
Total Rebounds: Solis 8, Kersgieter 7, Regalado 7, Taber 3, Padilla 3, Burris 3, Jordan 1, Johnson 1.
Assists: Taber 2, Regalado 2, Hughes 2, Hampton 1, Burris 1, Padilla 1, Shrum 1.
Steals: Johnson 10, Padilla 3, Regalado 3, Jordan 2, Taber 2, Burris 1, Kersgieter 1, Solis 1, Cheney 1.
Blocks: Burris 3, Taber 2, Kersgieter 1, Regalado 1, Solis 1, Hughes 1.
Fouls: Shrum 2, Hampton 1, Taber 1, Burris 1, Padilla 1, Regalado 1, Cheney 1, Jordan 1, Harris 1.

(Muskogee Scoring)
Swain 10, Brown 6, Maxwell 6, Taylor Myers 5, Hill 5, #14 3, Wilson 2, Tea Myers 2.

CPHS Basketball: Kersgieter scores 29 in 74-62 loss at Ponca City

IMG_6209.JPG

The Charles Page High School girls’ basketball team entered the season ranked first in Class 6A under first-year Head Coach Tobey Nightingale, thanks to a strong core unit of four returning starters, all signed to play collegiate sports. The Lady Sandites have won and lost the No. 1 ranking two seasons straight, but this year they got the target off their back early after a 74-62 season-opening loss to No. 18 Ponca City.

The loss couldn’t have come at a more opportune time as the Sandites can now identify their weaknesses and prepare for the conference games that are far more important in the scope of the season.

Free throws were the defining aspect of the game, as the two teams combined for 51 penalties. While the Wildcats were a deadly 33-of-37 at the charity stripe, the Sandites ended with 24 free throws on 35 attempts.

The two teams were evenly matched in the field. Sand Springs was better from outside the arc, while Ponca was better in the paint. The Sandites had the edge in offensive rebounds, but the Wildcats more than doubled their visitors in blocks and had the edge on steals as well.

University of Kansas-signed senior Holly Kersgieter led the Sandites with 29 points and ten rebounds, while sophomore standout Baylee Fincher led all scorers with 32 points. Reagan Padilla scored thirteen for Sand Springs, while Ponca had three players in double digits with eighteen from Ryley Beard and sixteen from Madison Birnbaum.

Kersgieter scored the first five points on a free throw and two layups. Ponca retaliated with a six point run, thanks to a six foul run from the Sandites, but Padilla hit the first three-pointer of the season to reclaim the lead. Destiny Johnson made her way into the scorebook for a 10-6 lead, the Wildcats tied it, then freshman Mikah Hampton made a pair of free throws followed by a Padilla layup.

Fincher tipped the tide in the Wildcats’ favor with a five point run to close the first period up 15-14. She hit a buzzer beater to end the stanza and started the second quarter with another deep three. The Lady Sandites held close throughout the remainder of the half and cut the deficit to 25-24 with a pair of free throws from Isabella Regalado, but Fincher continued her onslaught with five points on two field goals. The game tied once more at 30-30 but Beard finished the half with a deep ball.

The Wildcats forced their lead into double digits with a seven-point run to start the second half, but Kersgieter was a machine with twelve points in the quarter to cut it back to 49-44. She went on a seven point run in the fourth quarter to make it 54-53, but the Wildcats surged ahead with fourteen free throws for the double-digit win.

The Lady Sandites will look for redemption Friday night at 6:00 p.m. in their home debut against Frontier Valley Conference foe Muskogee High School.

PoHi 74 CPHS 62
1Q:
PoHi 15-14
2Q: PoHi 18-16
3Q: PoHi 16-14
4Q: PoHi 25-18
Free Throws: PoHi 33-of-37, CPHS 24-of-35.
Field Goals: PoHi 17-of-45, CPHS 16-of-44.
Offensive Rebounds: CPHS 11, PoHi 6.
Defensive Rebounds: PoHi 17, CPHS 16.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 27, PoHi 23.
Steals: PoHi 17, CPHS 12.
Blocks: PoHi 7, CPHS 3.
Fouls: PoHi 28, CPHS 23.

Sand Springs Stats
Scoring:
Kersgieter 29, Padilla 13, Regalado 7, Hampton 6, Johnson 4, Taber 3.
Offensive Rebounds: Kersgieter 4, Padilla 4, Taber 1, Regalado 1, Hampton 1.
Defensive Rebounds: Kersgieter 6, Taber 3, Burris 2, Padilla 2, Johnson 1, Regalado 1, Hampton 1.
Total Rebounds: Kersgieter 10, Padilla 6, Taber 4, Regalado 2, Burris 2, Hampton 2, Johnson 1.
Steals: Johnson 3, Hampton 3, Kersgieter 2, Taber 1, Regalado 1, Burris 1, Padilla 1.
Assists: Burris 2, Kersgieter 1, Johnson 1.
Blocks: Regalado 2, Kersgieter 1.
Fouls: Kersgieter 5, Regalado 5, Taber 4, Johnson 4, Padilla 2, Burris 2, Hampton 1.

Ponca City Scoring: Fincher 32, Beard 18, Birnbaum 16, Regnier 2, Wetzel 2, #22 2, Badley 2.

OSSAA Rankings: 6A Week 1 Basketball and Wrestling

OSSAA 6A Boys’ Basketball Rankings

  1. Booker T. Washington (2-0)

  2. Putnam City West (2-0)

  3. Putnam City North (0-0)

  4. Edmond Santa Fe (0-0)

  5. Edmond Memorial (0-0)

  6. Midwest City (0-0)

  7. Union (0-0)

  8. Sapulpa (0-0)

  9. Norman North (0-0)

  10. Putnam City (0-0)

  11. Broken Arrow (0-0)

  12. Sand Springs (0-0)

  13. Owasso (0-0)

  14. Norman (0-0)

  15. Southmoore (0-0)

  16. Deer Creek (0-0)

  17. Stillwater (0-0)

  18. Jenks (0-0)

  19. Edmond North (0-0)

  20. Westmoore (0-0)

OSSAA 6A Girls’ Basketball Rankings

  1. Sand Springs (0-0)

  2. Putnam City West (0-0)

  3. Edmond Memorial (0-0)

  4. Edmond Santa Fe (0-0)

  5. Moore (0-0)

  6. Choctaw (0-0)

  7. Bartlesville (0-0)

  8. Norman (0-0)

  9. Shawnee (0-0)

  10. Bixby (0-0)

  11. Booker T. Washington (0-0)

  12. Norman North (0-0)

  13. Sapulpa (0-0)

  14. Midwest City (0-0)

  15. Deer Creek (0-0)

  16. Mustang (0-0)

  17. Union (0-0)

  18. Ponca City (0-0)

  19. Owasso (0-0)

  20. Jenks (0-0)

OSSAA 6A Dual Rankings

  1. Choctaw (0-0)

  2. Broken Arrow (0-0)

  3. Mustang (0-0)

  4. Edmond North (0-0)

  5. Deer Creek (0-0)

  6. Ponca City (0-0)

  7. Edmond Memorial (0-0)

  8. Yukon (0-0)

  9. Sand Springs (0-0)

  10. Jenks (0-0)

  11. Owasso (0-0)

  12. Union (0-0)

  13. Stillwater (0-0)

  14. Norman (0-0)

  15. Bartlesville (0-0)

OSSAA 6A Tournament Rankings

  1. Broken Arrow

  2. Choctaw

  3. Mustang

  4. Edmond North

  5. Sand Springs

  6. Deer Creek

  7. Edmond Memorial

  8. Yukon

  9. Ponca City

  10. Jenks

  11. Union

  12. Owasso

  13. Stillwater

  14. Bartlesville

  15. Ponca City

CPHS Basketball: Destiny Johnson signs with University of Tulsa

IMG_6092.JPG

Charles Page High School senior Destiny Johnson signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning to play basketball for the University of Tulsa.

Johnson is a fourth-year starter for the varsity squad and was the number-two scorer on the team last season. She averaged 16.3 points, 5.7 rebounds, and 2 steals per game last season with a 48.1% field goal percentage and 65.7% free throw percentage. She recorded three double-doubles and led her team in scoring on ten occasions with a career-high of 31 points.

The University of Tulsa competes in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I and the American Athletic Conference. They went 10-21 last season under eighth-year Head Coach Matilda Mossman.

The Lady Sandites went 18-8 last season and advanced to the State Tournament for the second-straight year. They won their third-straight Bishop Kelley Invitational Championship, second-straight Regional Championship, and second-straight Area Championship. The Sandites also won the Coffeyville Interstate Classic during Johnson’s freshman and sophomore years and the Frontier Valley Conference Championship her sophomore year.

Johnson was named FVC Newcomer of the Year as a freshman. She made the FVC All-Conference team as a sophomore and junior and the All-Bishop Kelley Tournament team as a junior.

Johnson’s senior season will kick off November 27th at Ponca City High School.

CPHS Basketball: Holly Kersgieter signs with University of Kansas

IMG_6077.JPG

Charles Page High School senior Holly Kersgieter signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning to play basketball for the University of Kansas.

Kersgieter is a fourth-year starter for the varsity squad and was the number-one scorer on the team last season. She averaged 18.1 points, 7.3 rebounds, and 2.5 steals per game with a 49.7% field goal percentage and 73.1% free throw percentage. She recorded four double-doubles and led her team in scoring on sixteen occasions with a career-high of 29 points.

The University of Kansas is located in Lawrence and competes in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I in the Big 12 Conference. They went 12-18 last season under fourth-year Head Coach Brandon Schneider.

The Lady Sandites went 18-8 last season and advanced to the State Tournament for the second-straight year. They won their third-straight Bishop Kelley Invitational Championship, second-straight Regional Championship, and second-straight Area Championship. The Sandites also won the Coffeyville Interstate Classic during Kersgieter’s freshman and sophomore years and the Frontier Valley Conference Championship her sophomore year.

Kersgieter was named FVC Defensive Player of the Year as a sophomore and All-Bishop Kelley Tournament MVP as a junior. She made the FVC All-Conference team as a sophomore and junior, the All-Bishop Kelley Tournament team as a sophomore and junior, and the All-State team as a junior.

Kersgieter’s senior season will kick off November 27th at Ponca City High School.

CPHS Basketball: Isabella Regalado signs with Northeastern State University

IMG_6105.JPG

Charles Page High School senior Isabella Regalado signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning to play basketball for Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

Regalado is a fourth-year varsity player and was the number-three scorer on the team last season. She averaged 9.3 points and 4.8 rebound per game last season with a 31.3% field goal percentage and 69.1% free throw percentage. She led her team in scoring on three occasions with a career-high of 23 points and was given a Frontier Valley Conference Honorable Mention in 2018.

NSU competes in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association. They went 10-17 last season under first-year Head Coach Fala Bullock.

The Lady Sandites went 18-8 last season and advanced to the State Tournament for the second-straight year. They won their third-straight Bishop Kelley Invitational Championship, second-straight Regional Championship, and second-straight Area Championship. The Sandites also won the Coffeyville Interstate Classic during Regalado’s freshman and sophomore years and the Frontier Valley Conference Championship her sophomore year.

Regalado’s senior season will kick off November 27th at Ponca City High School.

Coaches Morrow and Green step down from Sandite Basketball and Volleyball

 Mar. 09, 2018. CPHS Girls' Basketball Coach Dustin Morrow coaches his team in a State Quarterfinals game against Choctaw. (Photo: Scott Emigh).

Mar. 09, 2018. CPHS Girls' Basketball Coach Dustin Morrow coaches his team in a State Quarterfinals game against Choctaw. (Photo: Scott Emigh).

Charles Page High School has lost two successful head coaches this season. Head Volleyball Coach Janna Green resigned shortly after the fall season and Head Girls' Basketball Coach Dustin Morrow announced his resignation Monday. 

Green came to the Sand Springs School District in 2014 after a three-year stent at Owasso High School. She took over a program that went 14-26 the year before and finished with a winning record of 24-14 in 2016 for Frontier Valley Conference Coach of the Year honors. The girls went 15-18 in 2017. She holds an all-time high school coaching record of 117-110 and 65-72 at Sand Springs. Green is now the Director of Court Sports at Titan Sports and Performance Center in Tulsa. Assistant Coach Alyssa Bargas has also left the program after four years. 

 Feb. 06, 2017. SSPS Board of Ed member Bo Naugle presents CPHS Volleyball Coach Janna Green with the Sandite Spirit Award. (Photo: Scott Emigh).

Feb. 06, 2017. SSPS Board of Ed member Bo Naugle presents CPHS Volleyball Coach Janna Green with the Sandite Spirit Award. (Photo: Scott Emigh).

Morrow was also named FVC Coach of the year for the 2016-2017 season after winning the conference, going 24-2, and taking the girls to their first State Tournament appearance since 2011. Morrow took over the program in 2013 and took the team to a 10-14 record after going 3-42 over the two seasons prior. The Lady Sandites finished 18-8 with another State Tournament appearance this past season. Morrow holds a career record of 81-45. He will remain with the district as a science teacher.

"I want to thank the athletic department, my assistant coaches, the players and the entire community for supporting our basketball program during my 6 years as head coach," said Morrow in a public statement. "Having said that, I have decided to step down from my coaching duties. The future is bright for these young ladies and I'm excited to watch them compete for conference and state championships - as a fan! Thanks again and GO SANDITES!"

CPHS Basketball: Kersgieter and Johnson named All-Conference First Team

Charles Page High School juniors Destiny Johnson (left) and Holly Kersgieter (right) were named to the Frontier Valley Conference First Team for the 2017-2018 season. (Photo: Scott Emigh).

The Charles Page High School girls' basketball team recently wrapped up a successful 18-8 season with a 3-1 post-season record and State Tournament appearance. The team, which didn't include a single senior, had two players named to the All-Frontier Valley Conference First Team, and received two honorable mentions. 

University of Kansas-commit Holly Kersgieter and Destiny Johnson, who also has Division One offers, were both First Team honorees. Isabella Regalado and Jacie Taber were given honorable mentions. All four are juniors. Taber is a University of Northern Iowa softball commit. 

The Sandites started the season with an eight game win streak and won the Bishop Kelley Invitational for the third-straight season. The girls hit a rough patch from there, going winless at the Tournament of Champions as part of a 5-7 run before getting back on track with a five-game win streak on their way to the OSSAA 6A State Tournament. 

2017-2018 Lady Sandite Season Statistics

The No. 13 ranked Lady Sandites won their Regional Tournament 60-51 over the host team, No. 10 Bixby, then upset previously undefeated FVC Champions No. 2 Bartlesville 53-42 at Area before falling 51-38 to the defending State Champions from No. 6 Choctaw in the State quarterfinals. They also finished third in conference action with an 11-3 record, and were 6-1 at home. 

Top-Ten Lady Sandite Performances (Points)
31 - Johnson 11/28 vs. Ponca City
29 - Kersgieter 12/12 vs. Union
28 - Kersgieter 12/5 vs. Sapulpa
27 - Kersgieter 12/9 vs. Norman North
26 - Johnson 1/30 vs. Bixby
25 - Johnson 12/12 vs. Union
25 - Johnson 2/22 vs. Stillwater
23 - Regalado 1/9 vs. Jenks
23 - Johnson 2/6 vs. Jenks
23 - Kersgieter 1/9 vs. Jenks
23 - Kersgieter 2/2 vs. Sapulpa

Frontier Valley Conference Results
14-0 Bartlesville (26-2)
11-3 Owasso (26-3)
11-3 Sand Springs (18-8)
10-4 Bixby (20-8)
7-7 Sapulpa (12-12)
6-8 Jenks (11-13)
5-9 Union (8-16)
4-10 Broken Arrow (6-18)
2-12 Bishop Kelley (5-18)
0-14 Muskogee (2-22)
 

6A Conference Performances

The Frontier Valley Conference had the best post-season performance, amassing a 15-10 record. Bartlesville, Sand Springs, and Owasso won their Regional tournaments, while Bixby came in Runner-Up to advance four to Area. Sand Springs and Owasso won Area Championships while Bixby and Bartlesville won Area Consolation brackets to place four teams in the State Tournament. Owasso won their second State Title ever, and first since 1990.

The Big Ten went 11-9 in the post-season. Putnam City West and Choctaw won Regional Tournaments while Midwest City came in Runner-Up. Putnam City West won the Area Championship and Choctaw won the Area Consolation bracket. Both won their quarterfinal games at State, then Putnam West topped Choctaw to advance to the finals, falling 53-51 to Owasso. 

Shawnee, in their first year at 6A, was the only top-division team from the Suburban Conference. They represented their mostly-5A conference well, coming in Runner-Up in both Regionals and Area Consolation. 

Central Oklahoma went 15-19 in the post-season and had the most Area performances of any conference. Westmoore, Edmond Memorial, and Edmond Santa Fe won Regional Championships, while Deer Creek, Norman North, Norman, Mustang, and Edmond North came in Runner-Up for eight Area Qualifiers. Edmond Santa Fe won the Area Championship and Edmond Memorial won the Consolation bracket. Santa Fe advanced to the Semifinals and fell 48-43 to Owasso.

U.S. Grant and Capitol Hill went 0-2 as the only two 6A teams from the All-City Conference.

Top Offenses (Avg. Points Scored)
71.8 Putnam City West
62.5 Westmoore
57.5 Edmond Santa Fe
57.3 Ponca City
56.5 Choctaw
55.5 Sand Springs
54.7 Jenks
54.3 Bartlesville
54.0 Yukon
53.8 Deer Creek

Top Defenses (Avg. Points Allowed)
33.0 Shawnee
35.6 Bartlesville
39.4 Moore
39.6 Owasso
41.0 Ponca City
41.3 Mustang
41.4 Choctaw
41.7 Edmond Memorial
42.8 Edmond North
44.2 Bixby

Avg. Margin of Victory
25.3 Putnam City West
18.6 Bartlesville
16.3 Ponca City
15.1 Choctaw
13.6 Shawnee
13.3 Westmoore
13.1 Owasso
9.8 Moore
9.5 Edmond North
8.3 Sand Springs

Winningest Teams
26-2 Bartlesville
26-3 Owasso
24-4 Putnam City West
22-5 Shawnee
23-6 Choctaw
21-6 Westmoore
21-7 Edmond Santa Fe
20-8 Edmond Memorial
20-8 Bixby
18-8 Sand Springs

CPHS Basketball: Lady Sandites fall 51-38 to Choctaw at State, Kersgieter scores 18

IMG_6732.JPG

For the second-straight year the Charles Page High School Girls’ Basketball Team (18-8) made it to the 6A State Tournament. This year the No. 13 ranked Lady Sandites overcame a first-quarter thumping to give the defending State Champions a run for their money before running out of steam in the fourth quarter against No. 6 Choctaw High School (23-5).

Choctaw won the opening tipoff and never looked back, building a massive lead in a turnover-ridden opening stanza. Aaliyah Llanusa and Destiny Johnson traded layups, then the Yellowjackets went on a run. Bailey Golden scored back-to-back from both three and two-point range, then Makayla White made it 11-4 before Isabella Regalado hit a three. That didn’t slow Choctaw down any and they rattled off nine more points before Johnson hit a jump shot to break up the streak. Llanusa had the final say of the quarter and took a 22-9 advantage into the second. 

The Sandites wouldn’t go down without a fight, however, and Johnson and Regalado hit back-to-back threes to open the second period. Golden and Trinity Gooden hit a pair of twos, then the turnovers began to sway in the Sandites’ favor. University of Kansas-commit Holly Kersgieter scored thrice from the field and twice from the charity stripe to cut it to a manageable 26-23 halftime deficit.

Golden kicked off the second half, Kersgieter responded, Llanusa and Jordan Saxton scored back-to-back, then Kersgieter went on a five-point run. The Yellowjackets rattled off five of their own, then Johnson scored in transition to keep it close. With under a minute in the quarter, Johnson went to the bench with her fourth foul.

Kersgieter made a free throw to start the fourth period, Golden and Kersgieter traded twos, then Choctaw ran away with it. The Yellowjackets scored ten straight before Johnson hit a three, then Crusoe tacked on a pair of free throws to wrap it up. 

Choctaw will play the winner of No. 1 Putnam City West vs. No. 10 Bixby Friday at noon at the Oral Roberts University Mabee Center. 

CHS 51 CPHS 38

1Q CHS 22-9
2Q CPHS 14-4
3Q CHS 11-9
4Q CHS 14-6

Free Throws: CHS 12-of-16, CPHS 6-of-9.
Field Goals: CPHS 14-of-35, CHS 18-of-46.
Offensive Rebounds: CHS 14, CPHS 2.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 15, CHS 12.
Total Rebounds: CHS 26, CPHS 17.
Steals: CHS 10, CPHS 6.
Blocks: CHS 1.
Fouls: CPHS 15, CHS 14.

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring: Kersgieter 18, Johnson 14, Regalado 6.
Offensive Rebounds: Johnson 1, Kersgieter 1.
Defensive Rebounds: Regalado 5, Kersgieter 4, Johnson 4, Taber 2.
Total Rebounds: Regalado 5, Kersgieter 5, Johnson 5, Taber 2.
Steals: Taber 2, Regalado 2, Kersgieter 1, Presnell 1.
Assists: Kersgieter 1.
Fouls: Taber 5, Regalado 4, Johnson 4, Presnell 1, Burris 1.

(Choctaw Stats)
Scoring: Golden 14, Crusoe 10, Llanusa 10, White 6, Saxton 4, Gooden 4, Whitaker 2. 
Fouls: White 4, Saxton 3, Golden 3, Whitaker 2, Crusoe 1, Llanusa 1.

CPHS Basketball: 6A State Tournament Preview

After a five-year rebuilding period, the Charles Page High School basketball program has pulled a complete about-face and sent both the boys and girls teams to the State Tournament, possibly for the first time in Sand Springs history. 

In the 2012-2013 season, the boys and girls went a combined 3-41. Both were coming off back-to-back winless seasons in conference action. Eric Savage took over the boys' program, moving up from the 5A circuit where he won three State Championships at Tulsa Memorial High School. Dustin Morrow, a homegrown Sandite, took over the girls' program. 

The Lady Sandites made their last State Tournament appearance in 2010 and won their only State Title in 1994. The boys hadn't made a State Tournament appearance since 1963 and have never won a title. 

Morrow's squad picked up ten wins in its first season and peaked at 24-2 last year with a Frontier Valley Conference Championship and State Tournament appearance, falling 64-54 to Deer Creek in the Semifinals. Morrow is 80-44 in his head coaching career.

Savage's eight wins in his first season were as many as the Sandites recorded in the prior three seasons combined. In 2016 they finished their first winning season since 2000 and this year they made their first Area finals appearance since 1970 to punch their ticket to State. Savage is 65-61 at Sand Springs and 370-154 overall. 

Frontier Valley sends four teams to Girls' State Tournament

No. 3 Owasso (23-3) started the season short-handed and two of their three losses came in December. They are currently riding a fourteen game win streak and will take on No. 7 Edmond Memorial (20-7) Thursday at 2:00 p.m. Comparing mutual opponents they have very similar records, winning by an average margin of 5.8 points. 

No. 13 Sand Springs (18-7) started the season with eight-straight victories, then closed the regular season 7-7. They are currently riding a five game win streak and will take on the defending State Champions in No. 6 Choctaw (22-5) Thursday at 3:30 p.m. The two have only one mutual opponent in Ponca City. Choctaw topped the Wildcats by fourteen, while Sand Springs split two games. The Sandites won by sixteen in the season opener, but lost by ten later in the year. 

No. 2 Bartlesville (26-1) was the only undefeated team left in Class 6A, and one of only four undefeateds in the state when they fell 50-42 to Sand Springs in the Area finals. They will meet No. 4 Edmond Santa Fe (20-6) in the quarterfinals, Thursday at 7:00 p.m. The two are 4-0 against mutual opponents with Bartlesville averaging an 11.25-point victory and Santa Fe winning by a six-point average. 

No. 10 Bixby (20-7) will play No. 1 Putnam City West (22-3) Thursday at 8:30 p.m. The Patriots are 8-0 against mutual opponents with an average victory margin of 30 points, while the Spartans are 3-2 with an average win of 4.4 points. 

The girls' quarterfinal games will all be played at Tulsa Memorial High School at 5840 South Hudson Avenue. The semifinals will be played Friday at the Oral Roberts University Mabee Center at 10:30 a.m. and noon. The Mabee Center is located at 7777 South Lewis Avenue in Tulsa. The Championship round will be Saturday at noon. 

FVC and Central Oklahoma send three apiece to Boys' Tournament

No. 6 Edmond Santa Fe (20-6) and No. 7 Putnam City West (20-6) will kick off the tournament at 2:00 p.m. Santa Fe 6-2 against mutual opponents, winning by an average difference of nine points, while Putnam West is 7-2 with an average win of twelve points. 

No. 4 Union (22-4) started the season 4-3, then went 18-1 with their only loss coming to Broken Arrow. They are currently riding a ten game streak and will take on No. 3 Putnam City North (22-5) at 3:30 p.m. Union is 4-1 against mutual opponents, averaging a 26-point win. Putnam North is 6-0, averaging a 27-point win. 

No. 1 Broken Arrow (24-2) is riding a seven game streak after falling 77-70 to No. 8 Owasso (21-6) and will play No. 11 Edmond Memorial (16-11) at 7:00 p.m. Both teams are undefeated against mutual opponents, Broken Arrow winning by ten points on average, and Memorial winning by nineteen. 

No. 10 Sand Springs (19-7) will play No. 2 Norman North (24-2) at 8:30 p.m. in a rematch of their prior year's Area appearance. The Timberwolves are riding a sixteen game win streak. The two have only one mutual opponent this season in Sapulpa, who Norman North beat by five and Sand Springs beat by nine and three. 

The boys' quarterfinals will be held at Catoosa High School at 2000 South Cherokee Street. The semifinals and finals will be at the Mabee Center. Semifinal games will be Friday at 4:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. and the Championship round will be Saturday at 7:45 p.m.

Boys Qualifiers

Top Offenses - Avg Points Scored
74.6 Putnam City West
72.3 Putnam City North
70.4 Edmond Santa Fe
69.6 Broken Arrow
68.8 Norman North
66.8 Union
62.2 Sand Springs
54.4 Edmond Memorial

Top Defenses - Avg Points Allowed
50.0 Broken Arrow
50.3 Edmond Memorial
50.5 Union
54.7 Sand Springs
54.9 Norman North
59.5 Edmond Santa Fe
60.1 Putnam City North
60.1 Putnam City West

Avg Margin of Victory
19.5 Broken Arrow
16.4 Union
14.5 Putnam City West
14.0 Norman North
12.1 Putnam City North
10.9 Edmond Santa Fe
7.5 Sand Springs
4.1 Edmond Memorial
 

Sandite Team Leaders

Scoring
20.84 Colt Savage
13.42 Davon Richardson
7.85 Cole Durkee
7.19 Cale Savage
6.19 Matt Price

Field Goal Percentage
70.59 Josh Minney
55.00 Gage Fisher
51.24 Davon Richardson
50.20 Colt Savage
49.50 Cale Savage

Three-Point Percentage
45.59 Cale Savage
41.67 Gage Fisher
39.13 Davon Richardson
33.80 Cole Durkee
31.58 Matt Price

Two-Point Percentage
75.00 Josh Minney
63.34 Marlo Fox
62.58 Colt Savage
56.25 Cale Savage
55.00 Kendrick Williams

Free Throw Percentage
76.10 Colt Savage
73.91 Cale Savage
73.08 Cole Durkee
68.75 Davon Richardson
68.09 Matt Price

Offensive Rebounds - Avg
2.30 Davon Richardson
1.26 Colt Savage
1.25 Cole Durkee
0.71 Josh Minney
0.60 Cale Savage

Defensive Rebounds - Avg
4.35 Davon Richardson
4.26 Colt Savage
3.20 Cole Durkee
2.40 Matt Price
1.80 Cale Savage

Total Rebounds - Avg
6.65 Davon Richardson
5.53 Colt Savage
4.45 Cole Durkee
2.80 Matt Price
2.40 Cale Savage

Assists - Avg
1.30 Davon Richardson
1.05 Colt Savage
1.05 Cale Savage
0.85 Matt Price
0.40 Cole Durkee

Steals - Avg
1.63 Colt Savage
1.20 Matt Price
1.15 Davon Richardson
0.75 Cole Durkee
0.65 Cale Savage

Blocks - Avg
0.78 Brett Boyles
0.75 Davon Richardson
0.45 Cole Durkee
0.26 Colt Savage
0.24 Josh Minney

Girls Qualifiers

Top Offenses - Avg Points Scored
74.4 Putnam City West
58.5 Edmond Santa Fe
57.1 Choctaw
56.2 Sand Springs
54.7 Bartlesville
53.5 Owasso
52.2 Bixby
50.1 Edmond Memorial

Top Defenses - Avg Points Allowed
35.2 Bartlesville
39.3 Owasso
41.2 Choctaw
41.9 Edmond Memorial
44.0 Bixby
46.4 Putnam City West
47.0 Sand Springs
49.8 Edmond Santa Fe

Avg Margin of Victory
27.9 Putnam City West
19.6 Bartlesville
15.9 Choctaw
14.2 Owasso
9.2 Sand Springs
8.7 Edmond Santa Fe
8.2 Edmond Memorial
8.2 Bixby

Lady Sandite Team Leaders

Scoring
18.12 Holly Kersgieter
16.38 Destiny Johnson
9.40 Isabella Regalado
5.60 Jacie Taber
2.76 Kimi Presnell

Field Goal Percentage
49.45 Holly Kersgieter
47.79 Destiny Johnson
45.88 Jacie Taber
38.46 Bree Berge
35.19 Madison Burris

Three-Point Percentage
42.00 Holly Kersgieter
37.50 Jacie Taber
31.52 Isabella Regalado
26.67 Bree Berge
24.44 Kimi Presnell

Two-Point Percentage
54.55 Bree Berge
52.59 Destiny Johnson
52.38 Madison Burris
52.00 Kimi Presnell
51.83 Holly Kersgieter

Free Throw Percentage
73.40 Holly Kersgieter
71.43 Jacie Taber
69.05 Isabella Regalado
65.73 Destiny Johnson
62.50 Kimi Presnell

Offensive Rebounds - Avg
2.35 Holly Kersgieter
1.87 Jacie Taber
1.41 Destiny Johnson
0.87 Isabella Regalado
0.70 Madison Burris

Defensive Rebounds - Avg
5.04 Holly Kersgieter
4.27 Destiny Johnson
3.87 Isabella Regalado
2.61 Jacie Taber
1.78 Madison Burris

Total Rebounds - Avg
7.39 Holly Kersgieter
5.68 Destiny Johnson
4.74 Isabella Regalado
4.48 Jacie Taber
2.48 Madison Burris

Assists - Avg
1.59 Destiny Johnson
1.39 Jacie Taber
1.22 Holly Kersgieter
0.43 Isabella Regalado
0.36 Bree Berge

Steals - Avg
2.52 Holly Kersgieter
2.09 Destiny Johnson
1.78 Jacie Taber
0.83 Isabella Regalado
0.83 Kimi Presnell

Blocks - Avg
0.68 Destiny Johnson
0.48 Isabella Regalado
0.35 Holly Kersgieter
0.17 Jacie Taber
0.17 Ashlee Bunch

CPHS Basketball: Sandites headed to State after win over undefeated Bartlesville

CLAREMORE - The undefeated Class 6A No. 2 ranked Bartlesville High School Girls' Basketball team (25-1) is undefeated no more. The Sand Springs Sandites repaid a 53-42 regular season loss with a 52-40 Area Championship win to clinch their spot on the State Tournament bracket.

No. 13 Charles Page High School (18-7) will play the OSSAA 6A State Tournament for the second-straight year after topping the Frontier Valley Conference Champions. Bartlesville will have to beat the winner of No. 11 Norman North (17-8) vs. No. 14 Shawnee (21-4) Saturday afternoon at Daniel Webster High School if they want to make the State Tournament. 

It took Bartlesville half a minute to find a lane on their opening drive. They didn’t find the basket, however, and Destiny Johnson took the rebound to the house. The Bruins missed three field goal attempts and gave up two free throws to Jacie Taber before finding their rhythm with layups from Jena Williams and Erin Shoemaker.

Johnson made two more layups for an 8-4 lead before Avery Allen hit the first three-pointer of the night. Taber hit another from the charity stripe and Holly Kersgieter made a two for an 11-7 lead before Shoemaker completed a three-point play to close the first quarter.

Isabella Regalado and Shoemaker traded threes to start the second period. Regalado went to the line and made one free throw, then Johnson rebounded the second for a 17-14 advantage. Williams made a free throw, then Shoemaker and Williams hit back-to-back threes for the first Bruin lead of the game with two minutes left on the half. Bartlesville held a 24-19 lead to end the period.

The Sandites were explosive in the second half, kicking things off with a three-point play from Kersgieter. Destiny Harris made a three, then the Sandites went on a six-point run. Shoemaker iced another three then Regalado scored five and Kersgieter made three more for the biggest lead of the game at 36-30 before Vivian Culver scored three to end the period.

The Bruins battled back early in the fourth to tie it at 39-39, but Sand Springs ran away with a ten-point streak from there for a double-digit lead with 42 seconds left. 

Kersgieter, a University of Kansas-committed junior, led all scorers with nineteen points, followed by Johnson with twelve, Regalado with eleven, and Taber with eight. Shoemaker led the Bruins with eighteen and Williams contributed thirteen. Johnson had a double-double with twelve rebounds.

CPHS 50 BHS 42

1Q CPHS 11-10
2Q BHS 14-8
3Q CPHS 17-9
4Q CPHS 14-9

Free Throws: CPHS 15-of-21, BHS 7-of-12. 
Field Goals: CPHS 16-of-35, BHS 14-of-55.
Offensive Rebounds: BHS 6, CPHS 2.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 34, BHS 16.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 36, BHS 22.
Steals: BHS 7.
Blocks: CPHS 3.
Fouls: BHS 15, CPHS 13.

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring: Kersgieter 19, Johnson 12, Regalado 11, Taber 8.
Offensive Rebounds: Johnson 1, Kersgieter 1.
Defensive Rebounds: Johnson 11, Kersgieter 8, Regalado 7, Taber 5, Presnell 2, Berge 1.
Total Rebounds: Johnson 12, Kersgieter 9, Regalado 7, Taber 5, Presnell 2, Berge 1. 
Assists: Johnson 2, Kersgieter 1.
Blocks: Johnson 2, Taber 1.
Fouls: Taber 5, Johnson 2, Presnell 2, Kersgieter 2, Regalado 1, Padilla 1.

(Bartlesville Stats)
Scoring: Shoemaker 18, Williams 13, Allen 3, Harris 3, Culver 3, Parker 2.
Fouls: Shoemaker 5, Harris 4, Parker 3, Allen 2, Williams 1.

CPHS Basketball: Lady Sandites win Regional Championship 60-51 over Bixby

Third quarters haven't been kind to the Sand Springs Lady Sandites this season, and Monday night was no exception. But after blowing an eight-point halftime lead against the Lady Spartans, they doubled down and finished strong, winning their Regional Tournament bracket 60-51 over Class 6A No. 10 ranked Bixby (18-8).

The No. 13 Charles Page High School girls' basketball team improved to 17-7 and advanced to the Area playoffs. They will travel to Claremore Thursday at 6:30 p.m. to take on undefeated Frontier Valley Conference Champion, No. 2 Bartlesville (25-0).

University of Kansas-commit Holly Kersgieter, and Destiny Johnson, who also has Division One offers, recorded a team-high nineteen points apiece for the Lady Sandites, while freshman standout Landry Williams posted a game-high 23 for the host team. 

Maddie Bittle scored first, stealing the Sandites’ opening possession. Jacie Taber responded, then both teams traded turnovers before Johnson made a three-point play. Williams and Isabella Regalado traded threes and the Sandites went on a seven-point run for a 12-5 lead. The Spartans wouldn’t go down without a fight, however, and rattled off eight of their own. Three-pointers from Williams and Dariann Myles gave the host team a 13-12 advantage to close the first period.

Sarah Tyree kicked off the second period with two, Holly Kersgieter retaliated, then Tyree hit a pair of free throws. Taber and Johnson made back-to-back threes and the Sandites took a 20-17 lead. Kersgieter went on a six point run for the Sandites with three steals to make it 29-20 before Tyree hit a three. Johnson scored a free throw to close the half 30-23.

The Spartans used lethal three-point accuracy to chip away at their deficit, ultimately taking the lead with back-to-back deep balls from Williams in the third period. Johnson scored on a throw in from Kersgieter with a second left to tie it at 42-all.

The basket spit out a jump shot from Johnson in the final stanza, then Williams hit another three to retake the lead. Bree Berge scored on a putback. Myles, Madison Burris, and Bittle exchanged threes, then Kersgieter went on a five point run to jump out front once and for all.

Jacie Taber missed most of the third and fourth quarters after getting into foul trouble, but came back in for a steal and a layup to make it 54-51. It was all desperation fouls from there, and unfortunately for the Spartans the Sandites were 86% from the charity stripe, finishing the game on a thirteen-point streak.

The win gives Sand Springs a little bit of security as they head to the next round of the playoffs. If they lose to Bartlesville, they will get a redemption match against the winner of No. 11 Norman North (17-8) vs. No. 14 Shawnee (21-4). Bixby will have a harder path to the State Tournament, needing to win two more games. First they will play No. 16 Deer Creek (16-9), and if they win that game they will play the loser of No. 3 Owasso (22-3) vs. No. 5 Westmoore (21-4).

CPHS 60 Bixby 51

1Q Bixby 13-12
2Q CPHS 18-10
3Q Bixby 19-12
4Q CPHS 18-9

Free Throws: CPHS 18-of-21, Bixby 5-of-12.
Field Goals: CPHS 19-of-41, Bixby 17-of-46.
Offensive Rebounds: Bixby 9, CPHS 5.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 18, Bixby 13.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 23, Bixby 22.
Steals: CPHS 11, Bixby 9.
Blocks: CPHS 4.
Fouls: Bixby 17, CPHS 18.

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring: Johnson 19, Kersgieter 19, Regalado 8, Taber 7, Burris 5, Berge 2.
Offensive Rebounds: Kersgieter 3, Taber 1, Berge 1.
Defensive Rebounds: Johnson 5, Kersgieter 5, Regalado 3, Taber 2, Burris 1, Berge 1.
Total Rebounds: Kersgieter 8, Johnson 5, Regalado 3, Taber 3, Berge 2, Burris 1.
Steals: Kersgieter 5, Johnson 4, Taber 2.
Assists: Kersgieter 6.
Blocks: Johnson 2, Regalado 1, Burris 1.
Fouls: Regalado 4, Taber 4, Burris 3, Johnson 3, Berge 2, Kersgieter 1, Presnell 1.

(Bixby Stats)
Scoring: Williams 23, Bittle 10, Myles 6, Tyree 6, Schovanec 3, #33 3.
Fouls: Schovanec 4, Myles 3, Tyree 3, Williams 2, Bittle 2, Bradley 1, Stout 1, #33 1. 

CPHS Basketball: Girls win first playoff game 53-48 over Stillwater, Johnson scores 24

IMG_3844.JPG

The No. 13 ranked Charles Page High School girls' basketball team (16-7) survived the first round of the Class 6A Regional Playoffs with a 53-48 Friday night win against Stillwater (8-16) at Bixby High School. 

The girls jumped out to a solid 22-14 halftime lead, but Stillwater exploded for 24 points in the third quarter to cut it to 39-38. They scored as many in that stanza as they did in the other three combined, paced by senior star Brooke Rayner. The three-time Class A State Semifinalist, formerly of Pond Creek-Hunter, scored all thirteen of her team-high points in that quarter.

The Sandites did their best to answer, also putting up their biggest single-quarter performance with seventeen points, including three-pointers from Jacie Taber and Isabella Regalado.

The teams were back-and-forth throughout the fourth period till junior standout Destiny Johnson secured the final lead with less than two minutes to play.

Johnson led all scorers with 24 points, followed by Holly Kersgieter with fourteen and Taber with ten. Jaci Littell tied Rayner with thirteen for Stillwater.

The Sandites will return to action Monday at 7:00 p.m. against the host team, No. 10 Bixby (18-6) who defeated Union 54-42 in their first game. Both teams will advance to Area, but the losing team will have to play an additional round to make it to State. The Lady Sandites previously defeated Bixby 69-56 last month. 

CPHS 53 SHS 48

1Q CPHS 11-7
2Q CPHS 11-7
3Q SHS 24-17
4Q CPHS 14-10

Scoring:
(CPHS) Johnson 24, Kersgieter 14, Taber 10, Regalado 5. 
(Stillwater) Rayner 13, Littell 13, Spiva 8, Tuck 7, Kloos 4, Lovelace 3. 

CPHS Basketball: Regional Playoff preview

IMG_9293.JPG

The Class 6A No. 13 ranked Charles Page High School girls' basketball team with kick off the first round of playoffs Friday evening in Bixby, followed by the No. 10 boys' team Saturday in Oklahoma City. 

The Lady Sandites finished the regular season 15-7 overall, third in the Frontier Valley Conference, and 3-3 in tournament play. They won the Bishop Kelley Invitational en rout to an 8-0 start to the season and number-one ranking in 6A, then went winless at the Tournament of Champions. They won their last two games of the regular season over unranked competitors following a 61-35 loss to No. 3 Owasso.

Friday at 6:30 p.m. the girls will take on unranked Stillwater (8-15) at Bixby High School. The No. 10 ranked host team will play Union (8-15) at 8:00 p.m. The winners of each game will both advance to the Area Tournament, but will meet Saturday at 7:00 p.m. to decide their seeding. 

Sand Springs has yet to meet Stillwater this season, but is 2-0 against Union and 1-0 against Bixby Sand Springs, Union, and Bixby are each conference foes. The Sandites defeated Union 71-54 and 49-37 and topped Bixby 69-56 three weeks ago at home.

The boys' team finished the season 16-6 overall, 9-5 in conference, and went 5-1 in tournaments, going undefeated at the Memorial Invitational, and placing third at the Duncan Invitational. They ended the season with back-to-back wins after a 97-77 shootout loss at No. 8 Owasso. 

The Sandites will play unranked Jenks (8-15) Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at Putnam City West High School in their third meeting of the season. They defeated the Trojans 64-45 and 65-52 in conference play. The No. 7 ranked host team (17-5) will play Bixby (7-16) at 8:00 p.m. The winners will play Monday night at 8:00 p.m. The Sandites have yet to meet Putnam West, but rolled over Bixby 60-42 last month. 

Girls Team Leaders

Scoring - Avg
18.2 Holly Kersgieter
16.1 Destiny Johnson
9.6 Isabella Regalado
5.2 Jacie Taber
3.3 Kimi Presnell

Field Goal Percentage
49 Holly Kersgieter
48.2 Destiny Johnson
46.1 Jacie Taber
37.5 Bree Berge
35.3 Kimi Presnell

3-point Percentage
44.7 Holly Kersgieter
33.3 Jacie Taber
31.4 Isabella Regalado
28.8 Bree Berge
25.6 Kimi Presnell

Free Throw Percentage
72.4 Holly Kersgieter
69.1 Jacie Taber
67.7 Isabella Regalado
63.4 Destiny Johnson
62.5 Kimi Presnell

Offensive Rebounds - Avg
2.4 Holly Kersgieter
2 Jacie Taber
1.5 Destiny Johnson
1 Isabella Regalado

Defensive Rebounds - Avg
4.9 Holly Kersgieter
3.9 Destiny Johnson
3.8 Isabella Regalado
2.5 Jacie Taber
1.9 Madison Burris

Total Rebounds - Avg
7.3 Holly Kersgieter
5.4 Destiny Johnson
4.7 Isabella Regalado
4.5 Jacie Taber
2.7 Madison Burris

Assists - Avg
1.7 Destiny Johnson
1.5 Jacie Taber
1 Holly Kersgieter

Steals - Avg
2.5 Holly Kersgieter
2.1 Destiny Johnson
1.9 Jacie Taber
1 Isabella Regalado

Blocks - Avg
0.6 Destiny Johnson
0.5 Isabella Regalado
0.4 Holly Kersgieter

Top Offenses - Avg. Points Scored

  1. Putnam City West (74)
  2. Westmoore (63.8)
  3. Edmond Santa Fe (58.1)
  4. Ponca City (58)
  5. Choctaw (57.4)
  6. Sand Springs (56.4)
  7. Jenks (55.4)
  8. Bartlesville (55.3)
  9. Yukon (54.3)
  10. Deer Creek (53.9)

Top Defenses - Avg. Points Allowed

  1. Shawnee (31.6)
  2. Bartlesville (33.6)
  3. Moore (38.7)
  4. Owasso (39)
  5. Ponca City (40.3)
  6. Mustang (40.4)
  7. Bixby (41.3)
  8. Edmond Memorial (41.4)
  9. Edmond North (41.7)
  10. Choctaw (41.7)

Avg. Margin of Victory

  1. Putnam City West (28.4)
  2. Bartlesville (21.7)
  3. Ponca City (17.8)
  4. Choctaw (15.7)
  5. Shawnee (15.7)
  6. Westmoore (15)
  7. Owasso (14.6)
  8. Edmond North (10.8)
  9. Moore (10.6)
  10. Sand Springs (9.4)

Boys Team Leaders

Scoring - Avg
21.2 Colt Savage
13.3 Davon Richardson
8.5 Cole Durkee
6.5 Matt Price
6.5 Cale Savage

Field Goal Percentage
70.6 Josh Minney
55 Gage Fisher
51.7 Davon Richardson
50.2 Colt Savage
46.2 Cale Savage

3-point Percentage
75 Gage Fisher
41.9 Cale Savage
39.1 Davon Richardson
35.8 Cole Durkee
26.5 Matt Price

Free Throw Percentage
76.2 Cale Savage
73.3 Colt Savage
70 Cole Durkee
69.6 Davon Richardson
68.1 Matt Price

Offensive Rebounds - Avg
2.3 Davon Richardson
1.3 Cole Durkee
1.2 Colt Savage

Defensive Rebounds - Avg
4.4 Colt Savage
4.2 Davon Richardson
3.3 Cole Durkee
2.5 Matt Price
1.8 Cale Savage

Total Rebounds - Avg
6.5 Davon Richardson
5.6 Colt Savage
4.6 Cole Durkee
2.9 Matt Price
2.4 Cale Savage

Assists - Avg
1.2 Davon Richardson
1.1 Cale Savage
1 Matt Price
1 Colt Savage

Steals - Avg
1.8 Colt Savage
1.2 Matt Price
1.1 Davon Richardson

Blocks - Avg
0.8 Brett Boyles
0.7 Davon Richardson

Top Offenses - Avg. Points Scored

  1. Midwest City (75.3)
  2. Putnam City West (75)
  3. Putnam City North (71.3)
  4. Broken Arrow (69.1)
  5. Edmond Santa Fe (69)
  6. Sapulpa (68.5)
  7. Owasso (68.3)
  8. Norman North (67.9
  9. Capitol Hill (67.8)
  10. Union (67)

Top Defenses - Avg. Points Allowed

  1. Edmond Memorial (50.4)
  2. Union (50.7)
  3. Broken Arrow (50.7)
  4. Stillwater (51.3)
  5. Sand Springs (54)
  6. Westmoore (54.4)
  7. Norman North (54.8)
  8. Norman (54.9)
  9. Owasso (55.1)
  10. Mustang (55.5)

Avg. Margin of Victory

  1. Broken Arrow (18.4)
  2. Union (16.3)
  3. Putnam City West (14.5)
  4. Owasso (13.2)
  5. Norman North (13)
  6. Putnam City North (12.5)
  7. Midwest City (11.6)
  8. Edmond Santa Fe (10.6)
  9. Sand Springs (8.9)
  10. Putnam City (6.6)

CPHS Basketball: Kersgieter/Regalado score 17 apiece, Girls top Bishop Kelley 53-40

IMG_0217[1].JPG

Juniors Holly Kersgieter and Isabella Regalado scored seventeen points apiece Friday night to lead Charles Page High School (15-7, 11-3) past the Bishop Kelley Comets (5-17, 2-12). Even missing one of their top scorers, the Class 6A No. 13 ranked Sandites managed a 53-40 victory over the private Catholic school. 

Kersgieter hit a pair from the charity stripe to start the night. Kirstyn Stecker tied it up, then the Sandites went on a nine-point run before Ellie Davie broke it up. Kersgieter, Meaghan Cyr, and Isabella Regalado exchanged three-point baskets, then the Comets went on a six-point run before Madison Burris made a three.

Trailing 17-13 after the first, the home team went on an eight-point run and took the lead with a basket from Cyr. Regalado scored from deep to briefly reclaim the advantage, Halle Poleman tied it with a free throw, then Kersgieter made it 25-23 at halftime.

The Sandites took charge in the third period, jumping out to a double-digit lead. Regalado and Grace Ritchie exchanged threes, then Kersgieter and Taber got in the action to make it 36-26. Amy West made a three-point play, Sand Springs went on a seven-point run, then Poleman made a two to end the quarter 43-31.

Raegan Padilla started the fourth with a three, Bree Berge made a two, Kelley rattled off six, the Sandites returned five, then Ritchie made the final points of the night from three-point range. Ritchie led the Comets with ten points on the evening. 

The Lady Sandites finished the season 11-3 for third place in the Frontier Valley Conference after winning it 13-1 last season. Bishop Kelley finished 2-12 for ninth place for the third-straight season.

The Sandites will return to action Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in Bixby when they play Stillwater (7-16) in the first round of the Regional playoffs. The Comets will travel to East Central and take on No. 9 Coweta (11-12) Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

At halftime the school held a recognition of John Heckenkemper and officially named the new school track after the former coach.

CPHS 53 BKHS 40

1Q CPHS 17-13
2Q BKHS 10-8
3Q CPHS 18-8
4Q CPHS 10-9

Free Throws: CPHS 6-of-8, BKHS 6-of-15.
Field Goals: CPHS 19-of-49, BKHS 15-of-40.
Offensive Rebounds: BKHS 15, CPHS 8.
Defensive Rebounds: BKHS 19, CPHS 16.
Total Rebounds: BKHS 34, CPHS 24.
Steals: CPHS 11, BKHS 4.
Blocks: CPHS 4, BKHS 2.
Fouls: BKHS 10, CPHS 12.

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring: Kersgieter 17, Regalado 17, Presnell 6, Taber 4, Burris 3, Padilla 3, Berge 2.
Offensive Rebounds: Kersgieter 3, Burris 2, Regalado 1, Taber 1, Presnell 1.
Defensive Rebounds: Kersgieter 4, Regalado 3, Taber 3, Burris 3, Presnell 2, Padilla 1.
Total Rebounds: Kersgieter 7, Burris 5, Regalado 4, Taber 4, Presnell 3, Padilla 1.
Steals: Kersgieter 6, Regalado 3, Taber 1, Presnell 1.
Assists: Kersgieter 1, Regalado 1, Presnell 1.
Blocks: Regalado 2, Kersgieter 1, Presnell 1.
Fouls: Regalado 3, Kersgieter 2, Taber 2, Presnell 2, Burris 2, Padilla 1.

(Bishop Kelley) 
Scoring: Ritchie 10, West 7, Cyr 7, Davie 4, Easterling 4, Stecker 4, Poleman 4.
Fouls: West 3, Cyr 3, Davie 2, Stecker 2.

FINAL Frontier Valley Conference Standings
14-0 No. 2 Bartlesville (22-0)
11-3 No. 3 Owasso (20-3)
11-3 No. 13 Sand Springs (15-7)
10-4 No. 10 Bixby (17-6)
7-7 No. 19 Sapulpa (12-11)
6-8 Jenks (11-12)
5-9 Union (8-15)
4-10 Broken Arrow (6-17)
2-12 Bishop Kelley (5-17)
0-14 Muskogee (2-21)

CPHS Basketball: Johnson/Kersgieter combine for 48 in 64-51 win over Jenks

IMG_3838.JPG

Charles Page High School junior standouts Destiny Johnson and Holly Kersgieter combined for 48 points Tuesday night to help the Class 6A No. 13 ranked Lady Sandites (14-7, 10-3) overcome a feisty opponent in the Jenks Trojans (11-11, 6-7).

Sand Springs got off to a rough start and struggled with both height deficit and turnovers, giving up a season-worst 43 rebounds and sixteen steals, but out-shot their foes 51% to 24% to secure the 64-51 Frontier Valley Conference victory.

Jenks came ready to play, scoring first on a Haley Meely layup. Johnson responded two possessions later, but Emma Wasson hit a free throw. Johnson made one of her own to tie it, then Jacie Taber added another to take the lead once and for all.

Taber followed it up with a field goal and a steal to create momentum for the Sandites who went on a nine-point run before Meely hit a three. Madison Burris immediately returned the favor, and Taber made it 16-6 to close the first period.

Meely kicked off the second period, the Sandites rattled off five, Rylie Watson made two, then Kersgieter hit her first field goal of the night. By the end of the half the Sandites held a double-digit lead at 29-17.

The Trojans cut it back to manageable with a putback from Watson and a three pointer from Meely. Johnson scored four to sandwich a pair of Kersgieter free throws, but Trinity Jackson went on a three-point run and Meely posted two more to keep it close.

The Trojans won the third quarter 14-10 to stay in contention. The final stanza was the highest scoring for both teams, but Kersgieter led the way with twelve points for the thirteen point victory.

Johnson led all scorers with 26 points and twelve rebounds, followed by Kersgieter with 22 points and eleven rebounds. Meely led the Trojans with sixteen points, followed by Jackson with eleven and Makenna Burch with ten.

The Sandites will close Frontier Valley Conference action Friday at 6:30 p.m. against Bishop Kelley High School (5-16, 2-11) who they topped 64-43 in the season-opener. Jenks will try to repeat a January 64-53 win over No. 19 Sapulpa (11-11, 6-7).

CPHS 64 Jenks 51

1Q CPHS 16-6
2Q CPHS 13-11
3Q Jenks 14-10
4Q CPHS 25-20

Free Throws: CPHS 22-of-35, Jenks 9-of-17.
Field Goals: CPHS 20-of-39, Jenks 17-of-75.
Offensive Rebounds: Jenks 22, CPHS 7.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 31, Jenks 21.
Total Rebounds: Jenks 43, CPHS 38.
Steals: Jenks 16, CPHS 8.
Blocks: CPHS 5, Jenks 1.
Fouls: CPHS 11, Jenks 18.

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring: Johnson 26, Kersgieter 22, Taber 9, Burris 4, Regalado 3.
Offensive Rebounds: Kersgieter 2, Johnson 2, Taber 2, Regalado 1.
Defensive Rebounds: Johnson 10, Kersgieter 9, Regalado 5, Taber 5, Presnell 1, Burris 1.
Total Rebounds: Johnson 12, Kersgieter 11, Taber 7, Regalado 6, Prensell 1, Burris 1.
Steals: Kersgieter 4, Johnson 2, Taber 1, Burris 1.
Assists: Kersgieter 2, Johnson 2.
Blocks: Johnson 2, Regalado 2, Taber 1.
Fouls: Taber 4, Johnson 2, Regalado 2, Presnell 2, Burris 1.

(Jenks Stats)
Scoring: Meely 16, Jackson 11, Burch 10, Watson 7, Church 5, Wasson 1.
Fouls: Burch 5, Wasson 4, Gilford 3, Meely 3, Jackson 2, Watson 1.

Frontier Valley Conference Standings
13-0 No. 2 Bartlesville (22-0)
10-3 No. 3 Owasso (19-3)
10-3 No. 13 Sand Springs (14-7)
9-4 No. 10 Bixby (16-6)
6-7 Jenks (11-11)
6-7 No. 19 Sapulpa (11-11)
5-8 Union (8-14)
4-9 Broken Arrow (6-16)
2-11 Bishop Kelley (5-16)
0-13 Muskogee (2-20)