CPHS Basketball: Lady Sandite Season Rewind

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The Class 6A No. 6 ranked Charles Page High School girls’ basketball team (21-5) racked up three trophies this season, ending the year with their fourth-straight winning record and third-straight State Tournament appearance.

Sand Springs went on an eight-game win streak before falling 59-52 to No. 12 Norman (23-7) at Tulsa Memorial High School in the State Tournament Quarterfinals. Norman went on to win the Championship.

The Lady Sandites won the Frontier Valley Conference, their third-straight Regional Championship, and their third-straight Area Championship. They were undefeated in a loaded conference that featured two additional Regional Champions, and one additional Area Champion.

The Sandites endured only five losses, all to quality opponents. They lost to Ponca, but paid it back twice. They lost to Shawnee, who made it State. They lost to Choctaw, who fell one round short of State. And they lost to the two State finalists, Norman and Norman North.

In the second game of the season, the Sandites dominated Muskogee 109-39. It was the highest-scoring performance of any 6A team all season, and was one of only two 100-point games by a 6A team all season.

They beat fourteen ranked opponents, four top-ten opponents, and two top-five opponents. They beat their rivals from Sapulpa twice, they beat the defending Conference Champs from Bartlesville twice, and they beat the defending State Champs from Owasso twice.

University of Kansas-signed senior Holly Kersgieter led the team in scoring on seventeen occasions with nine double-doubles and a career-high performance of 38 points in a 75-62 overtime victory against Jenks. She led the team in numerous statistical categories with 19.2 points, 9.2 rebounds, and 1.4 assists per game with a 37.8% three-point percentage and 76.1% free throw percentage.

University of Tulsa-signee Destiny Johnson led the team in ten games with one double-double. She scored a season-best 29 points in back-to-back games against Sapulpa and Owasso. She averaged 16.6 points per game and led the team with 2.8 steals and the best overall field goal percentage at 48.3%.

Northeastern State University-signed senior Isabella Regalado never led the team, but had seven double-digit performances, including a double-double against Jenks and a season-best eighteen points against Broken Arrow.

Jacie Taber, a Missouri State Softball-signee, recorded one double-double and a career-best fifteen points against Bartlesville. She led the team in two-point percentage at 54.4%.

Several underclassmen had remarkable performances over the course of the season, showing their potential in the years to come when they no longer have to share the ball with a handful of Division One talents.

Madison Burris scored a career-high fourteen points against Moore, Reagan Padilla scored a career-high fourteen against Owasso, and Darrian Jordan scored a career-high sixteen against Ponca City. The team will return a total of ten players with varsity experience, including Mikah Hampton who was the only freshman to see action this season.

Head Coach Tobey Nightingale improved her career coaching record to 30-21 in her first season as a Sandite and second year leading a varsity program.

Charles Page High School Girls Team Stats

Average Box Score
CPHS 60 Opponent 48
1Q: CPHS 16-11.
2Q: CPHS 13-11.
3Q: CPHS 14-12.
4Q: CPHS 16-13.
(OT: CPHS 16-3).
Free Throws: CPHS 15-of-21, Opp 9-of-14.
2-pt Shooting: CPHS 16-of-33, Opp 12-of-28.
3-pt Shooting: CPHS 5-of-15, Opp 5-of-19.
Field Goals: CPHS 20-of-48, Opp 17-of-48.
Offensive Rebounds: CPHS 11, Opp 8.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 20, Opp 15.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 30, Opp 23.
Steals: CPHS 10, Opp 8.
Blocks: CPHS 2, Opp 2.
Fouls: CPHS 14, Opp 16.

Individual Stats

Points Per Game
19.2 Kersgieter
16.6 Johnson
7.2 Regalado
4.4 Burris
4.3 Taber
3.7 Padilla
3.4 Jordan
1.6 Harris
1.3 Hampton
1.3 Bunch
1.2 Cheney
0.8 Solis
0.4 Hughes
0.4 Shrum

Field Goal Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts, both ranges)
48.3% Johnson
46.5% Kersgieter
35.4% Burris
32.1% Regalado
30.6% Padilla

Three-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
37.8% Kersgieter
32.9% Burris
28.6% Regalado
25.8% Padilla
23.7% Johnson

Two-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
54.4% Taber
53.9% Johnson
50.8% Jordan
48.4% Kersgieter
40.0% Burris
36.8% Regalado
33.3% Padilla

Free-Throw Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
76.1% Kersgieter
75.9% Johnson
75.6% Padilla
72.0% Regalado
66.0% Taber
56.4% Jordan
52.9% Burris

Offensive Rebounds
3.5 Kersgieter
1.8 Regalado
1.6 Taber
1.2 Johnson
0.9 Jordan
0.9 Burris
0.8 Solis
0.5 Padilla
0.3 Hampton
0.3 Bunch
0.2 Shrum
0.2 Cheney
0.1 Harris
0.1 Hughes

Defensive Rebounds
5.7 Kersgieter
3.4 Regalado
3.1 Taber
2.5 Johnson
2.0 Padilla
1.9 Burris
1.0 Jordan
0.8 Cheney
0.8 Solis
0.3 Shrum
0.3 Hughes
0.2 Harris
0.2 Hampton
0.2 Brown
0.1 Bunch

Total Rebounds
9.2 Kersgieter
5.2 Regalado
4.6 Taber
3.7 Johnson
2.8 Burris
2.4 Padilla
2.0 Jordan
1.6 Solis
1.0 Cheney
0.5 Hampton
0.5 Shrum
0.4 Bunch
0.3 Harris
0.3 Hughes
0.2 Brown

Assists
1.4 Kersgieter
1.3 Johnson
0.7 Taber
0.7 Burris
0.4 Padilla
0.4 Regalado
0.2 Jordan
0.2 Hampton
0.2 Hughes
0.1 Shrum

Steals
2.8 Johnson
2.0 Kersgieter
1.5 Taber
1.2 Regalado
1.0 Burris
0.7 Padilla
0.6 Jordan
0.6 Solis
0.5 Cheney
0.3 Hampton
0.3 Shrum
0.3 Hughes
0.3 Bunch
0.1 Harris

Blocks
0.5 Regalado
0.5 Burris
0.5 Johnson
0.4 Kersgieter
0.2 Taber
0.2 Padilla
0.1 Solis
0.1 Hughes
0.1 Hampton

Fouls
2.8 Taber
2.6 Regalado
2.2 Johnson
1.9 Kersgieter
1.9 Burris
1.5 Padilla
1.4 Jordan
0.5 Cheney
0.3 Hampton
0.3 Shrum
0.2 Harris
0.2 Brown
0.1 Bunch
0.1 Solis

Boys Basketball: Booker T. Washington wins 16th State Title, Phipps scores 42

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The Class 6A No. 2 ranked Booker T. Washington High School boys’ basketball (26-2) claimed their first State Title since 2011 Saturday night at the Mabee Center, setting the new state record at sixteen total. They were previously tied with Millwood for most Oklahoma basketball titles.

The win also gave the Frontier Valley Conference the lead in top-classification State Titles at nineteen, surpassing the Green Country Conference.

The Hornets knocked off the defending State Champions, No. 16 Putnam City North (16-14), in their first season back in 6A. They won a 6A title in 1996, then dropped to the 5A level for their next six titles.

Trey Phipps scored 42 points, followed by Seth Hurd with 22 in the 82-70 victory. Phipps totaled 65 and Hurd had 59 over the course of the tournament.

The Hornets were a heavy favorite from the very beginning, coming off a pair of finals appearances in 5A. They had a mid-season twelve-game win streak and ended the season on a twelve-game streak as well.

Top-ranked Edmond Memorial had the longest win streak of the season at nineteen before being upset by Putnam North in the semifinals. The Panthers may have been the defending Champions, but they were a dark horse entering the post-season with a break-even record.

Edmond Memorial had the biggest win of the season at 87-17 over Capitol Hill. Midwest City had the highest-scoring game, 107-59 against Enid.

State Tournament Results
Finals:
Booker T. Washington 82-70 Putnam North.
SF: Booker T. Washington 61-59 Southmoore.
SF: Putnam North 74-70 Edmond Memorial.
QF: Booker T. Washington 64-58 Putnam West.
QF: Southmoore 65-49 Putnam City.
QF: Edmond Memorial 61-50 Sapulpa.
QF: Putnam North 68-57 Midwest City.

6A Teams by win/loss record
Booker T. Washington (26-2)
Edmond Memorial (26-3)
Sapulpa (21-5)
Midwest City (20-7)
Edmond Santa Fe (20-7)
Putnam West (20-8)
Norman North (18-8)
Jenks (18-8)
Southmoore (20-9)
Stillwater (16-8)
Sand Springs (17-9)
Owasso (16-10)
Union (15-10)
Shawnee (14-10)
Deer Creek (15-11)
Putnam City (15-12)
Lawton (13-11)
Putnam City North (16-14)
Edmond North (12-12)
Norman (12-14)
Bartlesville (11-13)
Yukon (10-12)
U.S. Grant (10-13)
Ponca City (7-16)
Enid (7-16)
Broken Arrow (7-16)
Westmoore (6-17)
Moore (6-18)
Mustang (5-19)
Bixby (3-20)
Muskogee (2-19)
Choctaw (2-20)

Top Boys’ Offenses (Point Average)
75.3 Booker T. Washington
74.7 Sapulpa
74.1 Putnam City West
73.9 Midwest City
67.6 Putnam City North
66.2 Norman North
66.0 Putnam City
65.4 Edmond Memorial
63.2 Jenks
63.0 Union

Top Boys’ Defenses
47.7 Edmond Memorial
51.3 Bartlesville
52.3 Edmond Santa Fe
52.3 Shawnee
52.6 Jenks
54.2 Southmoore
54.3 U.S. Grant
54.5 Norman
54.6 Deer Creek
54.7 Norman North
54.7 Sand Springs

Highest Avg Margin of Victory
17.7 Edmond Memorial
14.5 Booker T. Washington
13.0 Midwest City
12.0 Sapulpa
11.6 Norman North
10.6 Jenks
9.8 Putnam West
8.7 Edmond Santa Fe
7.7 Southmoore
7.3 Shawnee

6A Conference Post-Season Records
14-9 Big Ten - 2 Regional Champs, 2 Area Consolation Champs, 2 Area Champs.
15-13 Frontier Valley - 4 Regional Champs, 2 Area Champs, State Champs.
14-18 Central Oklahoma - 2 Regional Champs, 2 Area Consolation Champs.
0-1 Suburban
0-1 All-City

Girls Basketball: Norman wins first State Title since 2005, 44-31 against Norman North

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They didn’t win their conference. They didn’t win their Region. But when it came down to it, the No. 12 ranked Norman High School girls basketball team (23-7) won the games that counted most, ending the season on a five-game streak for their fifth State Title and first since 2005. To make it extra sweet, the finals win came against their in-town rivals, No. 4 Norman North (22-7).

6’2” sophomore standout Kendra Gillispie led the Tigers with double-doubles in all three games of the tournament. She recorded 59 points and 37 rebounds in the three-round Championship.

The game marked the first State Title for the Central Oklahoma conference since 2015, and the first 6A title since 2012. The conference holds 23 titles overall and sixteen in the top classification. Frontier Valley continues to lead the top-class race with eighteen titles.

The final season rankings proved that polls don’t matter and only thing that counts is a team’s desire to win.

Only four of the top eight-ranked teams advanced to the State Tournament, and three of those four were knocked off in the quarterfinals. Three out of four semifinal teams weren’t even ranked in the top-ten, let alone the top-four.

Top-ranked Putnam West and No. 2 Shawnee tied for the longest win-streak of the season with 22-straight victories apiece. Jenks had the biggest win of the season, 94-11 over Daniel Webster. Sand Springs had the highest-scoring game, 109-39 over Muskogee.

State Tournament Results
Finals:
Norman 44-31 Norman North.
SF: Norman 55-48 Edmond Santa Fe.
SF: Norman North 59-49 Mustang.
QF: Norman 59-52 Sand Springs.
QF: Edmond Santa Fe 51-43 Shawnee.
QF: Norman North 41-29 Union.
QF: Mustang 51-50 Putnam City West.

Class 6A by win/loss record
Shawnee (25-2)
Putnam West (23-2)
Sand Springs (21-5)
Union (21-6)
Norman (23-7)
Norman North (22-7)
Edmond North (20-7)
Choctaw (20-7)
Moore (19-7)
Mustang (20-9)
Midwest City (17-7)
Bartlesville (18-8)
Edmond Santa Fe (19-9)
Ponca City (16-8)
Edmond Memorial (17-9)
Deer Creek (16-10)
Booker T. Washington (16-11)
Sapulpa (13-10)
Westmoore (12-11)
Bixby (12-12)
Jenks (11-12)
Southmoore (9-14)
Putnam North (9-14)
Broken Arrow (9-15)
Enid (8-16)
Owasso (7-17)
Putnam City (6-15)
Yukon (6-17)
Stillwater (5-19)
Lawton (3-17)
U.S. Grant (2-20)
Muskogee (2-21)

Top Girls’ Offenses
73.4 Putnam City West
61.0 Jenks
60.3 Choctaw
59.6 Midwest City
59.4 Sand Springs
59.3 Shawnee
59.3 Booker T. Washington
58.8 Ponca City
58.5 Norman
58.4 Moore

Top Girls’ Defenses
36.9 Union
37.1 Shawnee
41.8 Edmond Memorial
42.4 Norman North
43.3 Bartlesville
43.3 Choctaw
45.3 Moore
45.4 Bixby
45.6 Edmond North
45.7 Sapulpa

Top Avg. Margin of Victory
23.9 Putnam City West
22.2 Shawnee
16.9 Choctaw
13.1 Moore
11.9 Norman
10.8 Sand Springs
10.7 Bartlesville
10.3 Union
10.2 Mustang
9.3 Midwest City

6A Conference Post-Season Records
25-18 Central Oklahoma - 3 Regional Champs, 3 Area Consolation Champs, 1 Area Champ, State Champ.
9-12 Frontier Valley - 3 Regional Champs, 2 Area Champs.
3-2 Suburban - 1 Area Champ.
5-8 Big Ten - 2 Regional Champs, 1 Area Champ.
0-1 All-City

CPHS Basketball: Class of 2019 leaves legacy of Sandite greatness

They never brought home State gold, but the seniors on the 2018-2019 Charles Page High School girls’ basketball team left their mark on the program and will be remembered for years to come.

The Class 6A No. 6 ranked Lady Sandites (21-5) ended the season in a 59-52 loss to No. 12 Norman (21-7) Thursday afternoon at Memorial Veterans Arena in the OSSAA State Quarterfinals. Thus ended the high school careers of six athletes who will go down as one of the best units in school history.

Destiny Johnson will continue her career at the University of Tulsa, Holly Kersgieter will play for the University of Kansas, and Isabella Regalado will play at Northeastern State University. Jacie Taber will also play college ball, but for the Missouri State softball team. Ashlee Bunch and Daniela Solis are also seniors.

The Class of 2019 went 80-24 overall, 45-11 in conference, 12-5 in the playoffs, and 28-5 on their home court. They won two Frontier Valley Conference titles, three Regional titles, and three Area titles, and had two undefeated seasons in the Ed Dubie Field House. They also won the Interstate Classic twice and the Bishop Kelley Invitational thrice.

They may not have brought home the school’s second gold ball, but when they stepped on the court as freshmen, they inherited a program that had gone 25-68 in the four years prior, and they turned it into a powerhouse with an expectation of success.

Kersgieter recorded fourteen double-doubles in her career, leading her team on 42 occasions, and scoring a career-high 38 points senior year against Jenks. Her numerous accolades include Bishop Kelly Invitational MVP and FVC Defensive Player of the Year.

Johnson recorded four double-doubles, leading her team on 31 occasions, and scoring a career-high 31 points junior year against Ponca City. She was the FVC Newcomer of the Year as a freshman and made the Bishop Kelley All-Tournament team.

Regalado recorded one double-double with six team-highs and a career-high 23 points junior year against Jenks. She was named to the Insterstate Classic All-Tournament team as a sophomore.

Taber had one double-double and scored a career-high fifteen points senior year against Bartlesville. Solis scored a career-high four points against Field Kindley as a sophomore, and Bunch scored a career-high seven against Tulsa Memorial earlier this season.

Senior Class Career Stats

Games Played

104 Kersgieter
103 Johnson
103 Regalado
91 Taber
37 Presnell
25 Bunch
20 Solis

Games Started

102 Kersgieter
100 Johnson
61 Regalado
39 Taber
26 Presnell

Total Points Scored
1406 Kersgieter
1315 Johnson
695 Regalado
294 Taber
90 Presnell
26 Bunch
15 Solis

Field Goal %

52.6 Bunch
49.7 Johnson
47.0 Kersgieter
45.5 Taber
32.9 Presnell
32.0 Regalado
25.0 Solis

Three-Point %

42.9 Bunch
36.5 Kersgieter
31.4 Regalado
30.8 Taber
24.0 Johnson

Two-Point %

58.3 Bunch
53.9 Johnson
50.4 Kersgieter
48.0 Taber
34.0 Regalado
30.8 Solis

Free-Throw %

100.0 Solis
75.7 Kersgieter
68.6 Johnson
68.3 Regalado
66.7 Bunch
65.5 Taber

Offensive Rebounds (Avg)

2.3 Kersgeiter
1.3 Taber
1.2 Johnson
1.1 Regalado
0.5 Solis
0.4 Presnell
0.2 Bunch

Defensive Rebounds (Avg)

4.3 Kersgieter
3.1 Regalado
2.7 Johnson
2.3 Taber
1.3 Presnell
0.6 Solis
0.5 Bunch

Total Rebounds (Avg)

6.6 Kersgieter
4.2 Regalado
3.9 Johnson
3.6 Taber
1.7 Presnell
1.1 Solis
0.7 Bunch

Assists (Avg)

1.3 Kersgieter
1.1 Johnson
0.9 Taber
0.4 Regalado
0.2 Presnell

Steals (Avg)

2.2 Johnson
2.0 Kersgieter
1.3 Taber
0.9 Regalado
0.8 Presnell
0.4 Solis
0.2 Bunch

Blocks (Avg)

0.5 Johnson
0.4 Kersgieter
0.4 Regalado
0.1 Taber
0.1 Solis

Fouls (Avg)

3.0 Taber
2.5 Johnson
2.2 Regalado
1.9 Kersgieter
1.7 Presnell
0.4 Bunch
0.1 Solis

Points Avg

13.5 Kersgieter
12.8 Johnson
6.7 Regalado
3.2 Taber
2.4 Presnell
1.0 Bunch
0.8 Solis

CPHS Basketball: Sandites fall 59-52 to Norman in State Quarterfinals

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Class 6A No. 6 ranked Charles Page High School girls’ basketball team (21-5) ended their season Thursday afternoon at Memorial Veterans Arena, falling 59-52 to No. 12 Norman High School (21-7).

The Sandites won the first quarter handily, but Norman won the next three and held the lead for the duration of the fourth to advance to the State Semifinals.

6’2” Norman sophomore Kendra Gillispie led all scorers with 29 points and was unstoppable in the paint. Kamiyah Lyons also scored double digits with twelve points for the Tigers.

University of Tulsa-signed senior Destiny Johnson led the Sandites with 24 points, followed by Kansas-signee Holly Kersgieter with a double-double, recording 22 points and eleven rebounds.

Gillispie gave the Tigers a pair of two-point leads early in the game, but Johnson immediately responded to both and Madison Burris put her team out front at 6-4 to kick off an eight-point run. Gillispie broke up the streak, but Kersgieter quickly responded, scoring through a foul for three.

Kelbie Washington netted the first Norman three-pointer late in the first period. The Sandite maintained a 17-10 advantage at the buzzer, but the Tigers came roaring back with a twelve-point run for the 21-17 lead. Lyons made a three-point play followed by traditional threes from Lyons and Christina Shadid and a layup by Gillispie.

Kersgieter and Gillispie traded baskets till 25-23, Padilla hit a free throw, then Kersgieter added her first three-pointer for a 27-25 advantage. Gillispie and Johnson exchanged layups, then Washington scored on a steal to make it 29-29 at the half.

Gillispie led all scorers at the half with seventeen points, but Kersgieter and Johnson were nipping at her heels with thirteen points apiece.

Norman began to pull away in the third period. The teams traded baskets and the lead for the first half of the stanza, but the Tigers went on a five-point run to end the period 42-36.

Kersgieter scored three to start the fourth but Gillispie scored a pair of twos to increase their lead. Regalado came out at the 5:20 mark after her fourth foul. Taber sank a three, Gillispie scored three with a foul, then Kersgieter drove the lane for two to make it 49-44.

The Sandites entered the final three minutes with eight fouls to the Tigers’ three, and free throws would prove costly. Kersgieter and Johnson scored six in a row to cut it to 49-48 before Gillispie broke it up.

Norman went on a four-point run, Kersgieter scored two, then Norman rattled off four more to secure the win.

The game brought an end to the high school careers of Johnson, Taber, Kersgieter, Ashlee Bunch, Regalado, and Daniela Solis. Johnson, Kersgieter, and Regalado will continue to play ball at the collegiate level, with Regalado attending Northeastern State University. Taber will also take her talents to the NCAA, but as a pitcher for the Missouri State softball team. The Senior Class of 2019 made it to the State Tournament three-straight years with three Regional titles and three Area titles.

Norman will play the winner of No. 2 Shawnee (25-1) vs. No. 14 Edmond Santa Fe (18-8) Friday at 9:00 a.m. at the ORU Mabee Center.

NHS 59 CPHS 52
1Q:
CPHS 17-10.
2Q:
NHS 19-12.
3Q:
NHS 13-7.
4Q:
NHS 17-16.
Free Throws:
NHS 12-of-18, CPHS 13-of-17.
Field Goals:
NHS 21-of-56, CPHS 18-of-47.
Offensive Rebounds:
NHS 8, CPHS 10.
Defensive Rebounds:
NHS 17, CPHS 21.
Total Rebounds:
NHS 25, CPHS 31.
Steals:
NHS 8, CPHS 4.
Blocks:
NHS 1, CPHS 3.
Fouls:
NHS 11, CPHS 20.

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring:
Johnson 24, Kersgieter 22, Taber 3, Burris 2, Padilla 1.
Offensive Rebounds:
Regalado 4, Johnson 2, Kersgieter 2, Burris 2.
Defensive Rebounds:
Kersgieter 9, Padilla 4, Regalado 3, Taber 2, Johnson 1, Burris 1, Jordan 1.
Total Rebounds:
Kersgieter 11, Regalado 7, Padilla 4, Johnson 3, Burris 3, Taber 2, Jordan 1.
Assists:
Kersgieter 1, Burris 1, Padilla 1, Taber 1.
Steals:
Kersgieter 2, Regalado 1, Burris 1.
Blocks:
Kersgieter 2, Johnson 1.
Fouls:
Johnson 4, Kersgieter 4, Regalado 4, Burris 4, Padilla 2, Taber 2.

(Norman Scoring): Gillispie 29, Lyons 12, Washington 7, Shadid 3, Parks 3, Mattingly 3, Perry 2.

CPHS Basketball Preview: Lady Sandites play Norman in State Quarterfinals Thursday

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The Class 6A No. 6 ranked Charles Page High School girls’ basketball team (21-4) has racked up three Championships this season, and they’ll be shooting for their fourth this coming weekend.

Sand Springs will meet No. 12 Norman (20-7) Thursday at 2:00 p.m. at Tulsa Memorial High School in the State Tournament Quarterfinals.

The Lady Sandites won the Frontier Valley Conference title, their third-straight Regional Championship, and their third-straight Area Championship already. Now they’re looking for their second-ever State Title and first since 1994. Sand Springs owns the No. 5 offense and No. 13 defense in Class 6A, winning by an average score of 60-48. They are on an eight-game win streak.

Norman finished fourth in the Central Oklahoma Conference, placed second at Regionals, and won the Area Consolation bracket for their first State Tournament appearance since 2011. They are in pursuit of their first State Title since 2006 and sixth overall. The Tigers hold the No. 8 offense and No. 12 defense, winning by an average score of 59-47.

Looking at mutual opponents…

Average: CPHS 60-44.
CPHS 66-48 Bartlesville
CPHS 50-38 Bartlesville
CPHS 109-39 Muskogee
CPHS 55-39 Muskogee
CPHS 55-46 Southmoore
CPHS 41-45 Norman North
CPHS 43-53 Choctaw
CPHS 57-43 Moore

Average: Norman 53-45.
Norman 43-59 Bartlesville
Norman 63-33 Muskogee
Norman 59-34 Southmoore
Norman 47-48 Norman North
Norman 52-33 Norman North
Norman 46-43 Choctaw
Norman 54-56 Moore
Norman 61-53 Moore

State Tournament Quarterfinals
Thursday at Tulsa Memorial High School
2:00 p.m. Sand Springs vs. Norman.
3:30 p.m. Edmond Santa Fe vs. Shawnee.
7:00 p.m. Union vs. Norman North.
8:30 p.m. Putnam City West vs. Mustang.

Semifinals - Friday at ORU Mabee Center
9:00 a.m. (SS/Norman vs. ESF/Shawnee).
4:30 p.m. (Union/NN vs. PCW/Mustang).

Finals - 12:00 p.m. Saturday at ORU Mabee Center

Charles Page High School Girls Team Stats

Average Box Score
CPHS 60 Opponent 48
1Q: CPHS 16-11.
2Q: CPHS 13-11.
3Q: CPHS 15-12.
4Q: CPHS 16-13.
(OT: CPHS 16-3).
Free Throws: CPHS 15-of-21, Opp 9-of-14.
2-pt Shooting: CPHS 16-of-33, Opp 12-of-28.
3-pt Shooting: CPHS 5-of-15, Opp 5-of-19.
Field Goals: CPHS 20-of-48, Opp 17-of-47.
Offensive Rebounds: CPHS 11, Opp 8.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 20, Opp 15.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 30, Opp 23.
Steals: CPHS 11, Opp 8.
Blocks: CPHS 2, Opp 2.
Fouls: CPHS 14, Opp 16.

Individual Stats

Points Per Game
19.0 Kersgieter
16.3 Johnson
7.5 Regalado
4.4 Burris
4.4 Taber
3.8 Padilla
3.6 Jordan
1.6 Harris
1.3 Hampton
1.3 Bunch
1.2 Cheney
0.8 Solis
0.4 Hughes
0.4 Shrum

Field Goal Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts, both ranges)
48.2% Johnson
46.6% Kersgieter
36.5% Burris
33.0% Regalado
31.0% Padilla

Three-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
37.5% Kersgieter
34.3% Burris
29.4% Regalado
25.8% Padilla
23.2% Johnson

Two-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
54.4% Taber
53.8% Johnson
50.8% Jordan
48.7% Kersgieter
40.5% Burris
37.8% Regalado
34.0% Padilla

Free-Throw Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
76.7% Padilla
76.6% Kersgieter
74.8% Johnson
72.0% Regalado
66.0% Taber
56.4% Jordan
52.9% Burris

Offensive Rebounds
3.5 Kersgieter
1.7 Regalado
1.7 Taber
1.2 Johnson
1.0 Jordan
0.8 Burris
0.8 Solis
0.5 Padilla
0.3 Hampton
0.3 Bunch
0.2 Shrum
0.2 Cheney
0.1 Harris
0.1 Hughes

Defensive Rebounds
5.6 Kersgieter
3.4 Regalado
3.1 Taber
2.6 Johnson
1.9 Burris
1.9 Padilla
1.0 Jordan
0.8 Cheney
0.8 Solis
0.3 Shrum
0.3 Hughes
0.2 Harris
0.2 Hampton
0.2 Brown
0.1 Bunch

Total Rebounds
9.1 Kersgieter
5.2 Regalado
4.8 Taber
3.7 Johnson
2.8 Burris
2.4 Padilla
2.0 Jordan
1.6 Solis
1.0 Cheney
0.5 Hampton
0.5 Shrum
0.4 Bunch
0.3 Harris
0.3 Hughes
0.2 Brown

Assists
1.4 Kersgieter
1.3 Johnson
0.7 Taber
0.6 Burris
0.4 Padilla
0.4 Regalado
0.3 Jordan
0.2 Hampton
0.2 Hughes
0.1 Shrum

Steals
2.9 Johnson
2.0 Kersgieter
1.6 Taber
1.2 Regalado
1.0 Burris
0.7 Padilla
0.6 Jordan
0.6 Solis
0.5 Cheney
0.3 Hampton
0.3 Shrum
0.3 Hughes
0.3 Bunch
0.1 Harris

Blocks
0.5 Regalado
0.5 Burris
0.4 Johnson
0.3 Kersgieter
0.2 Taber
0.2 Padilla
0.1 Solis
0.1 Hughes
0.1 Hampton

Fouls
2.9 Taber
2.5 Regalado
2.1 Johnson
1.8 Kersgieter
1.8 Burris
1.5 Padilla
1.5 Jordan
0.5 Cheney
0.3 Hampton
0.3 Shrum
0.2 Harris
0.2 Brown
0.1 Bunch
0.1 Solis

OSSAA 6A Basketball Area Results and State Tournament Pairings

OSSAA 6A Boys’ Basketball

Area Champions
No. 2 Booker T. Washington (23-2)
No. 4 Sapulpa (21-4)
No. 8 Midwest City (20-6)
No. 17 Putnam City (15-11)

Area Consolation Champions
No. 1 Edmond Memorial (25-2)
No. 7 Putnam West (20-7)
No. 11 Southmoore (19-8)
No. 16 Putnam City North (14-13)

Eliminated
No. 3 Edmond Santa Fe (20-7)
No. 6 Norman North (18-8)
No. 10 Jenks (18-8)
No. 5 Sand Springs (17-9)
No. 14 Stillwater (16-8)
No. 15 Owasso (16-10)
No. 9 Union (15-10)
No. 12 Deer Creek (15-11)
No. 18 Shawnee (14-10)
No. 19 Lawton (13-11)
No. 13 Edmond North (12-12)
No. 20 Norman (12-14)
Bartlesville (11-13)
Yukon (10-12)
U.S. Grant (10-13)
Ponca City (7-16)
Enid (7-16)
Broken Arrow (7-16)
Westmoore (6-17)
Moore (6-18)
Mustang (5-19)
Bixby (3-20)
Muskogee (2-19)
Choctaw (2-20)

Top Boys’ Offenses (Point Average)
76.0 Booker T. Washington
75.7 Sapulpa
74.7 Putnam City West
74.5 Midwest City
67.3 Putnam City North
66.7 Putnam City
66.2 Norman North
65.4 Edmond Memorial
63.2 Jenks
63.0 Union

Top Boys’ Defenses
46.7 Edmond Memorial
51.3 Bartlesville
52.3 Edmond Santa Fe
52.3 Shawnee
52.6 Jenks
54.2 Southmoore
54.3 U.S. Grant
54.5 Norman
54.6 Deer Creek
54.7 Norman North
54.7 Sand Springs

Highest Avg Margin of Victory
18.7 Edmond Memorial
15.4 Booker T. Washington
14.0 Midwest City
12.9 Sapulpa
11.6 Norman North
10.6 Jenks
10.3 Putnam West
8.7 Edmond Santa Fe
7.7 Southmoore
7.3 Shawnee

6A Conference Post-Season Records
12-5 Big Ten - 2 Regional Champs, 2 Area Consolation Champs, 2 Area Champs.
12-12 Frontier Valley - 4 Regional Champs, 2 Area Champs.
12-16 Central Oklahoma - 2 Regional Champs, 2 Area Consolation Champs.
0-1 Suburban
0-1 All-City

State Tournament Quarterfinals
Thursday at Catoosa High School
3:30 p.m. Booker T. Washington vs. Putnam City West.
2:00 p.m. Putnam City vs. Southmoore.
7:00 p.m. Sapulpa vs. Edmond Memorial.
8:30 p.m. Midwest City vs. Putnam City North.

Semifinals - Friday at ORU Mabee Center
12:00 p.m. (BTW/PCW vs. PC/Southmoore)
9:00 p.m. (Sapulpa/EDM vs. MWC/PCN)

Finals - 7:45 p.m. Saturday at ORU Mabee Center

State Qualifiers previous titles:
Booker T. Washington (2011, 2010, 2002, 2001, 1999, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1987, 1986, 1985, 1984, 1981, 1977, 1973).
Putnam City West (2016).
Putnam City (2010, 2009, 2006, 2002, 1972).
Southmoore (No Titles).
Sapulpa (No Titles).
Edmond Memorial (2013, 2011).
Midwest City (2007, 2001, 2000, 1998).
Putnam City North (2018).


OSSAA 6A Girls’ Basketball Rankings

Area Champions
No. 1 Putnam West (23-1)
No. 6 Sand Springs (21-4)
No. 10 Union (21-5)
No. 14 Edmond Santa Fe (19-8)

Area Consolation Champions
No. 2 Shawnee (25-1)
No. 4 Norman North (20-6)
No. 12 Norman (20-7)
No. 13 Mustang (19-8)

Eliminated
No. 5 Edmond North (20-7)
No. 9 Choctaw (20-7)
No. 3 Moore (19-7)
No. 8 Bartlesville (18-8)
No. 15 Midwest City (17-7)
No. 7 Edmond Memorial (17-9)
No. 16 Ponca City (16-8)
No. 10 Deer Creek (16-10)
No. 17 Booker T. Washington (16-11)
No. 18 Sapulpa (13-10)
Westmoore (12-11)
No. 18 Bixby (12-12)
No. 20 Jenks (11-12)
Southmoore (9-14)
Putnam North (9-14)
Broken Arrow (9-15)
Enid (8-16)
Owasso (7-17)
Putnam City (6-15)
Yukon (6-17)
Stillwater (5-19)
Lawton (3-17)
U.S. Grant (2-20)
Muskogee (2-21)

Top Girls’ Offenses
74.3 Putnam City West
61.0 Jenks
60.3 Choctaw
59.9 Shawnee
59.7 Sand Springs
59.6 Midwest City
59.3 Booker T. Washington
59.1 Norman
58.8 Ponca City
58.4 Moore

Top Girls’ Defenses
36.6 Shawnee
36.7 Union
41.8 Edmond Memorial
42.6 Norman North
43.3 Bartlesville
43.3 Choctaw
45.3 Moore
45.4 Bixby
45.6 Edmond North
45.7 Sapulpa

Top Avg. Margin of Victory
24.9 Putnam City West
23.4 Shawnee
16.9 Choctaw
13.1 Moore
12.2 Norman
11.5 Sand Springs
11.3 Mustang
11.1 Union
10.7 Bartlesville
9.7 Norman North

6A Conference Post-Season Records
18-15 Central Oklahoma - 3 Regional Champs, 3 Area Consolation Champs, 1 Area Champ.
9-10 Frontier Valley - 3 Regional Champs, 2 Area Champs.
3-1 Suburban - 1 Area Champ.
5-7 Big Ten - 2 Regional Champs, 1 Area Champ.
0-1 All-City

State Tournament Quarterfinals
Thursday at Tulsa Memorial High School
2:00 p.m. Sand Springs vs. Norman.
3:30 p.m. Edmond Santa Fe vs. Shawnee.
7:00 p.m. Union vs. Norman North.
8:30 p.m. Putnam City West vs. Mustang.

Semifinals - Friday at ORU Mabee Center
9:00 a.m. (SS/Norman vs. ESF/Shawnee).
4:30 p.m. (Union/NN vs. PCW/Mustang).

Finals - 12:00 p.m. Saturday at ORU Mabee Center

State Qualifiers previous titles:
Sand Springs (1994).
Norman (2005, 1997, 1996, 1993).
Edmond Santa Fe (2012, 2011).
Shawnee (2012).
Union (2008).
Norman North (No State Titles).
Putnam City West (1981).
Mustang (2006, 1988, 1986, 1981, 1980).

CPHS Basketball Preview presented by Kelly Smith - Farmers Insurance

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Last week the No. 5 ranked Charles Page High School boys’ basketball team (17-8) won their first Regional Championships in decades to advance to the Area playoffs. They lost their first game Friday night to Sapulpa, but will get one more shot at the State Tournament if they can beat No. 16 Putnam City North (13-13).

The teams will meet Saturday at 8:00 p.m. at Skiatook High School. Sandite Pride News will be bringing you full coverage sponsored by Kelly Smith Farmers Insurance Agency.

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The Sandites made it to State last year after winning the Area Consolation bracket, but lost in the quarterfinals. The Panthers are the defended State Champions.

Sand Springs went 9-5 in Frontier Valley Conference action to finish fourth in the league. They own the No. 11 offense and No. 11 defense in 6A, winning by an average score of 63-55.

Putnam North went 5-6 for sixth place in the Big Ten. They have the No. 5 offense, but are 28th in defense, winning by an average score of 68-64.

Against Mutual Opponents…

Average: CPHS 53-55
CPHS 48-44 Enid
CPHS 70-65 Hoops 4 Christ
CPHS 57-64 Heritage Hall
CPHS 54-65 Union
CPHS 54-52 Jenks
CPHS 33-41 Booker T. Washington

Average: Putnam North 69-61
PCN 92-59 Enid
PCN 83-43 Enid
PCN 83-62 Hoops 4 Christ
PCN 56-85 Heritage Hall
PCN 65-54 Union
PCN 59-61 Union
PCN 59-47 Union
PCN 54-43 Jenks
PCN 73-82 Booker T. Washington
PCN 70-77 Booker T. Washington

Charles Page High School Team Stats

Average Box Score
CPHS 63 Opponent 55
1Q: CPHS 15-14.
2Q: CPHS 14-12.
3Q: CPHS 15-14.
4Q: CPHS 18-15.
(OT: CPHS 11-6).
Free Throws: CPHS 14-of-20, Opp 11-of-17.
2-pt Shooting: CPHS 16-of-30, Opp 13-of-28.
3-pt Shooting: CPHS 5-of-16, Opp 6-of-19.
Field Goals: CPHS 21-of-46, Opp 19-of-47.
Offensive Rebounds: CPHS 8, Opp 7.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 21, Opp 16.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 29, Opp 23.
Steals: CPHS 6, Opp 6.
Blocks: CPHS 3, Opp 2.
Fouls: CPHS 15, Opp 17.

Individual Stats (Boys)

Points Per Game
15.9 Richardson
12.0 Cale Savage
9.4 Fox
8.8 Minney
8.6 Durkee
5.1 Hurd
1.9 Hawkins
1.7 Hughes
1.7 Cason Savage
1.5 Anderson
0.8 Quier

Field Goal Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts, both ranges)
49.8% Richardson
45.8% Minney
45.5% Cale Savage
44.6% Fox
43.4% Durkee

Three-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
40.2% Cale Savage
34.6% Durkee
32.1% Richardson
24.5% Fox
16.7% Minney

Two-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
61.4% Cale Savage
59.7% Hurd
55.2% Fox
51.9% Durkee
51.8% Richardson
51.2% Minney

Free Throw Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
80.0% Cale Savage
70.1% Richardson
68.1% Minney
66.7% Fox
66.7% Durkee
65.2% Hawkins
58.8% Hurd

Offensive Rebounds
2.4 Richardson
1.9 Minney
1.2 Durkee
1.0 Hurd
0.8 Cale Savage
0.5 Hawkins
0.5 Anderson
0.5 Fox
0.3 Quier
0.1 Cason Savage

Defensive Rebounds
6.0 Richardson
3.7 Minney
3.0 Durkee
2.6 Cale Savage
2.5 Hurd
2.1 Fox
0.9 Hawkins
0.8 Quier
0.6 Cason Savage
0.3 Hughes
0.3 Anderson

Total Rebounds
8.4 Richardson
5.6 Minney
4.2 Durkee
3.4 Hurd
3.4 Cale Savage
2.6 Fox
1.4 Hawkins
1.1 Quier
0.8 Cason Savage
0.8 Anderson
0.3 Hughes

Assists
2.1 Richardson
1.1 Minney
1.1 Cale Savage
0.8 Fox
0.7 Cason Savage
0.6 Durkee
0.3 Quier
0.3 Anderson
0.1 Hawkins
0.1 Hurd
0.1 Hughes

Steals
1.4 Minney
1.1 Richardson
1.1 Fox
1.0 Cale Savage
0.7 Durkee
0.6 Hawkins
0.4 Quier
0.4 Cason Savage
0.2 Hughes
0.1 Hurd

Blocks
1.1 Richardson
1.1 Minney
0.4 Durkee
0.3 Hurd
0.2 Fox
0.2 Hawkins
0.1 Quier
0.1 Cale Savage
0.1 Cason Savage

Fouls
3.0 Minney
2.9 Richardson
2.8 Fox
1.8 Hurd
1.7 Cale Savage
1.3 Hawkins
1.1 Durkee
1.0 Cason Savage
0.4 Hughes
0.4 Quier

CPHS Basketball: Lady Sandites win third-straight Area Championship, presented by Kelly Smith - Farmers Insurance

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The Class 6A No. 6 ranked Charles Page High School girls’ basketball team (21-4) won their third-straight Area Championship Thursday evening in Jenks, knocking off No. 3 Moore (19-6) with a lopsided fourth-quarter scoring frenzy.

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Sand Springs handily won the first and fourth quarters, but the Lionesses gave them a run for their money in the middle stretch and didn’t give up the final lead till midway through the fourth. Ultimately the Frontier Valley Champions prevailed 57-43 over the Central Oklahoma team, punching their ticket to the State Tournament for the third straight year.

University of Tulsa-commit Destiny Johnson led all scorers, despite not even playing the second quarter, with nineteen points. Kansas-commit Holly Kersgieter and junior Madison Burris scored fourteen apiece for Sand Springs. 6’3” sophomore standout Aaliyah Moore was the aptly-named leading scorer for Moore, with a team-best seventeen.

The Lady Sandites jumped out to a 14-7 lead after the first period with seven points from Johnson, four from Kersgeiter, and three from Burris. 

Kersgieter pushed the advantage to double digits early in the second period but missed her next four free throw attempts and the Lions began to claw their way back into contention with threes from Kelsi Fitzgerald, Raychael Harjo, and Peyton Andrews. By halftime their deficit had dropped to only 23-22.

Moore took the lead for the Lions with a pair of free throws early in the third. Johnson reclaimed it, Harjo scored two more for the Lions, then Burris tied it at 27-27. The teams traded leads from there but the Sandites got the final say with a pair of free throws from Taber and a last second layup from Johnson. 

The teams continued trading the lead to start the fourth, but the Sandites got hot with five points from Burris and four from Johnson before Moore ended the run with a pair of freebies. By that point it was too far gone, and the Sandites continued to rain down fire, ending the game on a six-point streak.

Moore will get one more chance at a State Tournament appearance, when they take on the loser of Shawnee vs. Bartlesville Saturday afternoon in Claremore. The Sandites will return to action in the State Quarterfinals Thursday, March 7th. The site of the game has yet to be determined.

CPHS 57 Moore 43
1Q:
CPHS 14-7.
2Q:
Moore 15-9.
3Q:
All 11-11.
4Q:
CPHS 23-10.
Free Throws:
CPHS 14-of-20, Moore 9-of-17.
Field Goals:
CPHS 20-of-50, Moore 14-of-45.
Offensive Rebounds:
CPHS 8, Moore 9.
Defensive Rebounds:
CPHS 22, Moore 16.
Total Rebounds:
CPHS 30, Moore 25.
Steals:
CPHS 6, Moore 8.
Blocks:
CPHS 1, Moore 3.
Fouls:
CPHS 19, Moore 17.

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring:
Johnson 19, Kersgieter 14, Burris 14, Padilla 4, Regalado 3, Taber 2, Jordan 1.
Offensive Rebounds:
Kersgieter 2, Johnson 2, Taber 2, Regalado 1, Burris 1.
Defensive Rebounds:
Kersgieter 7, Johnson 4, Regalado 4, Burris 3, Taber 2, Padilla 2.
Total Rebounds:
Kersgieter 9, Johnson 6, Regalado 5, Taber 4, Burris 4, Padilla 2.
Assists:
Padilla 4, Johnson 1, Kersgieter 1.
Steals:
Johnson 2, Kersgieter 1, Regalado 1, Taber 1.
Blocks:
Burris 1.
Fouls:
Taber 5, Kersgieter 4, Padilla 4, Johnson 3, Regalado 2, Burris 1.

(Moore Scoring): Moore 17, Day 7, Harjo 7, Andrews 6, Fitzgerald 3, #30 3.

CPHS Basketball Preview presented by Kelly Smith - Farmers Insurance

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Last week the Charles Page High School boys’ and girls’ basketball teams both won their Regional Championships to advance to the Area playoffs in the winners’ bracket.

This weekend they will look to punch their tickets to State. Sandite Pride News will be bringing you full coverage of Thursday and Friday’s games, sponsored by Kelly Smith Farmers Insurance Agency.

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Both teams only need to win one more game to advance to the State Tournament, and both can afford to lose once without being eliminated from contention.

Both teams made it to State last year. The girls won the Regional and Area Championships, while the boys placed second at Regionals and won the Area Consolation bracket. Both teams lost in the quarterfinals at State.

Girls

The No. 6 ranked Lady Sandites (20-4) will tip off Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Jenks High School against No. 3 Moore (19-5). The loser will take on the winner of Shawnee vs. Bartlesville Saturday in Claremore.

Sand Springs wrapped up the regular season with an undefeated Frontier Valley Conference title and they are riding a seven-game win streak. The Sandites hold the No. 6 offense and No. 14 defense in Class 6A, winning by an average score of 60-48.

Moore went 10-4 for third place in the Central Oklahoma Conference. The Lionesses lost their last two games of the regular season before winning their Regional. They own the No. 9 offense and No. 7 defense, winning by an average score of 60-44.

Looking at mutual opponents…

Average: CPHS 61-44
CPHS 55-46 Southmoore
CPHS 41-45 Norman North
CPHS 43-53 Choctaw
CPHS 109-39 Muskogee
CPHS 55-39 Muskogee

Average: Moore 59-42.
Moore 67-37 Southmoore
Moore 48-43 Southmoore
Moore 54-55 Norman North
Moore 64-41 Norman North
Moore 58-48 Choctaw
Moore 61-29 Muskogee

Boys

The No. 5 ranked Sandites (17-7) will get a rematch with their biggest rivals, No. 4 Sapulpa (20-4), Friday at 6:30 p.m. in Claremore. The loser will play the winner of Putnam City North vs. Union Saturday in Skiatook.

Sand Springs went 9-5 in Frontier Valley Conference action to finish fourth in the league. They own the No. 11 offense and No. 8 defense in 6A, winning by an average score of 63-54.

Sapulpa went 11-3 as the FVC Runners-Up. They are second offensively and 27th defensively, winning by an average score of 76-63.

The Sandites won their first meeting of the season 70-64 in Sapulpa. The Chieftains repaid that loss 89-76 on the Sandites’ home court. Both teams won their home Regional, but lost their regular season finales.

Mutual Opponents:

Average: CPHS 62-52
CPHS 68-46 Ponca City
CPHS 84-44 Ponca City
CPHS 57-52 Muskogee
CPHS 58-42 Muskogee
CPHS 54-45 Broken Arrow
CPHS 64-52 Broken Arrow
CPHS 64-42 Bartlesville
CPHS 37-45 Bartlesville
CPHS 84-43 Bixby
CPHS 79-51 Bixby
CPHS 54-65 Union
CPHS 56-57 Owasso
CPHS 54-52 Jenks
CPHS 33-41 Booker T. Washington
CPHS 70-64 Sapulpa
CPHS 76-89 Sapulpa

Average: Sapulpa 72-62
Sapulpa 77-40 Ponca City
Sapulpa 77-50 Muskogee
Sapulpa 90-57 Muskogee
Sapulpa 83-76 Broken Arrow
Sapulpa 65-52 Broken Arrow
Sapulpa 64-58 Bartlesville
Sapulpa 39-80 Bartlesville
Sapulpa 69-35 Bixby
Sapulpa 63-52 Union
Sapulpa 90-76 Owasso
Sapulpa 69-57 Owasso
Sapulpa 73-70 Jenks
Sapulpa 80-72 Booker T. Washington
Sapulpa 67-74 Booker T. Washington
Sapulpa 64-70 Sand Springs
Sapulpa 89-76 Sand Springs

Charles Page High School Team Stats

CPHS Girls

Average Box Score
CPHS 61 Opponent 47
1Q: CPHS 16-12.
2Q: CPHS 14-10.
3Q: CPHS 15-12.
4Q: CPHS 16-13.
(OT: CPHS 16-3).
Free Throws: CPHS 15-of-21, Opp 9-of-14.
2-pt Shooting: CPHS 16-of-33, Opp 12-of-28.
3-pt Shooting: CPHS 5-of-15, Opp 5-of-19.
Field Goals: CPHS 20-of-48, Opp 17-of-47.
Offensive Rebounds: CPHS 11, Opp 8.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 20, Opp 15.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 30, Opp 23.
Steals: CPHS 11, Opp 8.
Blocks: CPHS 2, Opp 2.
Fouls: CPHS 14, Opp 16.

CPHS Boys

Average Box Score
CPHS 63 Opponent 54
1Q: CPHS 15-13.
2Q: CPHS 14-12.
3Q: CPHS 15-14.
4Q: CPHS 19-15.
(OT: CPHS 11-6).
Free Throws: CPHS 14-of-20, Opp 11-of-16.
2-pt Shooting: CPHS 16-of-30, Opp 13-of-28.
3-pt Shooting: CPHS 5-of-16, Opp 6-of-19.
Field Goals: CPHS 21-of-46, Opp 19-of-46.
Offensive Rebounds: CPHS 8, Opp 7.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 21, Opp 16.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 29, Opp 23.
Steals: CPHS 7, Opp 6.
Blocks: CPHS 3, Opp 2.
Fouls: CPHS 15, Opp 17.

Individual Stats (Boys)

Points Per Game
16.0 Richardson
12.0 Cale Savage
9.6 Fox
8.8 Durkee
8.8 Minney
5.1 Hurd
2.0 Anderson
2.0 Hawkins
1.8 Hughes
1.7 Cason Savage
0.9 Quier

Field Goal Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts, both ranges)
49.0% Richardson
46.6% Minney
45.6% Cale Savage
44.8% Fox
43.9% Durkee

Three-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
40.5% Cale Savage
34.2% Durkee
32.1% Richardson
24.5% Fox
17.4% Minney

Two-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
60.5% Cale Savage
60.0% Hurd
55.9% Fox
53.2% Durkee
52.0% Minney
51.1% Richardson

Free Throw Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
79.3% Cale Savage
71.6% Richardson
68.8% Fox
66.7% Minney
66.7% Durkee
65.2% Hawkins
57.5% Hurd

Offensive Rebounds
2.3 Richardson
1.9 Minney
1.2 Durkee
1.0 Hurd
0.8 Cale Savage
0.6 Hawkins
0.5 Fox
0.3 Anderson
0.2 Quier
0.1 Cason Savage

Defensive Rebounds
5.7 Richardson
3.8 Minney
3.0 Durkee
2.6 Hurd
2.6 Cale Savage
2.1 Fox
0.9 Hawkins
0.8 Quier
0.4 Cason Savage
0.2 Hughes

Total Rebounds
8.0 Richardson
5.7 Minney
4.2 Durkee
3.6 Hurd
3.3 Cale Savage
2.6 Fox
1.4 Hawkins
1.1 Quier
0.7 Cason Savage
0.3 Anderson
0.2 Hughes

Assists
2.1 Richardson
1.1 Minney
1.1 Cale Savage
0.8 Fox
0.7 Cason Savage
0.6 Durkee
0.3 Anderson
0.3 Quier
0.1 Hawkins
0.1 Hurd
0.1 Hughes

Steals
1.4 Minney
1.1 Richardson
1.1 Fox
1.0 Cale Savage
0.7 Durkee
0.7 Hawkins
0.4 Quier
0.4 Cason Savage
0.2 Hughes
0.1 Hurd

Blocks
1.1 Minney
1.0 Richardson
0.4 Durkee
0.3 Hurd
0.2 Fox
0.2 Hawkins
0.1 Quier
0.1 Cale Savage
0.1 Cason Savage

Fouls
3.0 Minney
2.9 Richardson
2.8 Fox
1.9 Hurd
1.7 Cale Savage
1.1 Hawkins
1.1 Durkee
0.8 Cason Savage
0.4 Hughes
0.4 Quier

Individual Stats (Girls)

Points Per Game
19.3 Kersgieter
16.2 Johnson
7.7 Regalado
4.5 Taber
4.0 Burris
3.8 Padilla
3.7 Jordan
1.6 Harris
1.3 Hampton
1.3 Bunch
1.2 Cheney
0.8 Solis
0.4 Hughes
0.4 Shrum

Field Goal Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts, both ranges)
47.9% Johnson
46.7% Kersgieter
33.3% Regalado
33.3% Burris
31.3% Padilla

Three-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
37.7% Kersgieter
32.8% Burris
30.2% Regalado
26.7% Padilla
23.6% Johnson

Two-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
59.5% Taber
54.4% Jordan
53.6% Johnson
48.7% Kersgieter
37.5% Regalado
34.4% Burris
34.0% Padilla

Free-Throw Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
77.8% Kersgieter
75.6% Padilla
74.2% Johnson
72.9% Regalado
64.4% Taber
56.8% Jordan
52.9% Burris

Offensive Rebounds
3.6 Kersgieter
1.8 Regalado
1.7 Taber
1.1 Johnson
1.0 Jordan
0.8 Burris
0.8 Solis
0.5 Padilla
0.3 Hampton
0.3 Bunch
0.2 Shrum
0.2 Cheney
0.1 Harris
0.1 Hughes

Defensive Rebounds
5.5 Kersgieter
3.4 Regalado
3.2 Taber
2.5 Johnson
1.9 Burris
1.9 Padilla
1.1 Jordan
0.8 Cheney
0.8 Solis
0.3 Shrum
0.3 Hughes
0.2 Harris
0.2 Hampton
0.2 Brown
0.1 Bunch

Total Rebounds
9.1 Kersgieter
5.2 Regalado
4.8 Taber
3.6 Johnson
2.7 Burris
2.4 Padilla
2.1 Jordan
1.6 Solis
1.0 Cheney
0.5 Hampton
0.5 Shrum
0.4 Bunch
0.3 Harris
0.3 Hughes
0.2 Brown

Assists
1.4 Kersgieter
1.3 Johnson
0.8 Taber
0.7 Burris
0.4 Regalado
0.3 Padilla
0.3 Jordan
0.2 Hampton
0.2 Hughes
0.1 Shrum

Steals
3.0 Johnson
2.0 Kersgieter
1.6 Taber
1.2 Regalado
1.0 Burris
0.8 Padilla
0.6 Jordan
0.6 Solis
0.5 Cheney
0.3 Hampton
0.3 Shrum
0.3 Hughes
0.3 Bunch
0.1 Harris

Blocks
0.5 Regalado
0.5 Johnson
0.5 Burris
0.3 Kersgieter
0.2 Taber
0.2 Padilla
0.1 Solis
0.1 Hughes
0.1 Hampton

Fouls
2.8 Taber
2.5 Regalado
2.0 Johnson
1.8 Burris
1.8 Kersgieter
1.5 Jordan
1.4 Padilla
0.5 Cheney
0.3 Hampton
0.3 Shrum
0.2 Harris
0.2 Brown
0.1 Bunch
0.1 Solis

OSSAA 6A Basketball Regional Results and Area Assignments

OSSAA 6A Boys’ Basketball

Regional Champions
No. 1 Edmond Memorial (24-1)
No. 2 Booker T. Washington (22-2)
No. 4 Sapulpa (20-4)
No. 5 Sand Springs (17-7)
No. 6 Norman North (18-6)
No. 8 Midwest City (19-6)
No. 10 Jenks (18-6)
No. 17 Putnam City (14-11)

Regional Runners-Up
No. 3 Edmond Santa Fe (19-6)
No. 7 Putnam West (18-7)
No. 9 Union (15-9)
No. 11 Southmoore (16-7)
No. 12 Deer Creek (15-10)
No. 15 Owasso (16-9)
No. 16 Putnam City North (12-13)
No. 20 Norman (12-13)

Eliminated
No. 14 Stillwater (16-8)
No. 18 Shawnee (14-10)
No. 19 Lawton (13-11)
No. 13 Edmond North (12-12)
Bartlesville (11-13)
Yukon (10-12)
U.S. Grant (10-13)
Ponca City (7-16)
Enid (7-16)
Broken Arrow (7-16)
Westmoore (6-17)
Moore (6-18)
Mustang (5-19)
Bixby (3-20)
Muskogee (2-19)
Choctaw (2-20)

6A Conference Post-Season Records
10-6 Frontier Valley
6-5 Big Ten
8-10 Central Oklahoma
0-1 Suburban
0-1 All-City

Top Boys’ Offenses (Point Average)
76.5 Booker T. Washington
75.8 Sapulpa
75.0 Midwest City
74.4 Putnam City West
68.1 Putnam City North
66.7 Putnam City
66.6 Edmond Memorial
66.6 Norman North
63.7 Union
63.6 Jenks

Top Boys’ Defenses
46.1 Edmond Memorial
51.3 Bartlesville
51.4 Jenks
52.0 Edmond Santa Fe
52.3 Shawnee
53.2 Norman North
53.6 Norman
54.0 Sand Springs
54.0 Southmoore
54.0 Deer Creek

Highest Avg Margin of Victory
20.5 Edmond Memorial
15.7 Booker T. Washington
14.2 Midwest City
13.4 Norman North
12.5 Sapulpa
12.2 Jenks
9.7 Putnam West
9.3 Edmond Santa Fe
9.1 Sand Springs
7.9 Southmoore

East-Area Assignments

Claremore High School
201 East Stuart Roosa
Claremore, OK 74017

Friday, March 1st
6:30 p.m. Sand Springs v. Sapulpa.
8:00 p.m. Putnam City North v. Union.

Skiatook High School
1000 West 4th Street
Skiatook, OK 74070

Friday, March 1st
6:30 p.m. Booker T. Washington v. Jenks.
8:00 p.m. Southmoore v. Owasso.

Saturday, March 2nd
6:30 p.m. Winner (Southmoore/Owasso) v. Loser (BTW/Jenks).
8:00 p.m. Winner (PCN/Union) v. Loser (SS/Sapulpa).

West-Area Assignments

Yukon High School
1777 South Yukon Parkway
Yukon, OK 73099

Friday, March 1st
6:30 p.m. Edmond Memorial v. Midwest City.
8:00 p.m. Deer Creek v. Edmond Santa Fe.

Mustang High School
801 South Snyder Drive
Mustang, OK 73064

Friday, March 1st
6:30 p.m. Norman North v. Putnam City.
8:00 p.m. Norman v. Putnam West.

Saturday, March 2nd
6:30 p.m. Winner (DC/ESF) v. Loser (EM/MWC).
8:00 p.m. Winner (Norman/PCW) v. Loser (NN/PC).


OSSAA 6A Girls’ Basketball Rankings

Regional Champions
No. 1 Putnam West (22-1)
No. 3 Moore (19-5)
No. 4 Norman North (19-5)
No. 6 Sand Springs (20-4)
No. 9 Choctaw (20-5)
No. 10 Union (20-5)
No. 14 Edmond Santa Fe (18-8)
No. 17 Booker T. Washington (16-9)

Regional Runners-Up
No. 2 Shawnee (23-1)
No. 5 Edmond North (19-6)
No. 7 Edmond Memorial (17-8)
No. 8 Bartlesville (18-7)
No. 10 Deer Creek (16-9)
No. 12 Norman (18-7)
No. 13 Mustang (17-8)
No. 16 Ponca City (16-7)

Eliminated
No. 15 Midwest City (17-7)
No. 18 Sapulpa (13-10)
Westmoore (12-11)
No. 18 Bixby (12-12)
No. 20 Jenks (11-12)
Southmoore (9-14)
Putnam North (9-14)
Broken Arrow (9-15)
Enid (8-16)
Owasso (7-17)
Putnam City (6-15)
Yukon (6-17)
Stillwater (5-19)
Lawton (3-17)
U.S. Grant (2-20)
Muskogee (2-21)

6A Conference Post-Season Records
11-9 Central Oklahoma
7-7 Frontier Valley
1-1 Suburban
4-5 Big Ten
0-1 All-City

Top Girls’ Offenses
74.8 Putnam City West
61.8 Choctaw
61.0 Jenks
61.0 Booker T. Washington
60.2 Shawnee
59.8 Sand Springs
59.6 Midwest City
59.6 Norman
59.5 Moore
59.1 Ponca City

Top Girls’ Defenses
35.3 Shawnee
36.7 Union
41.5 Norman North
41.8 Edmond Memorial
42.7 Bartlesville
43.2 Choctaw
44.4 Moore
45.4 Bixby
45.5 Edmond North
45.7 Sapulpa

Top Avg. Margin of Victory
25.3 Putnam City West
24.8 Shawnee
18.5 Choctaw
15.1 Moore
12.9 Norman
12.0 Mustang
11.4 Sand Springs
11.4 Bartlesville
11.4 Union
10.9 Norman North

East-Area Assignments

Jenks High School
205 East B Street
Jenks, OK 74037

Thursday, February 28th
6:30 p.m. Sand Springs vs. Moore.
8:00 p.m. Shawnee v. Bartlesville.

Claremore High School
201 East Stuart Roosa
Claremore, OK 74017

Thursday, February 28th
6:30 p.m. Booker T. Washington v. Union.
8:00 p.m. Ponca City v. Mustang.

Saturday, March 2nd
1:30 p.m. Winner (PC/Mustang) v. Loser (BTW/Union).
3:00 p.m. Winner (Shawnee/Bartlesville) v. Loser (SS/Moore).

West-Area Assignments

Edmond North High School
215 West Danforth Road
Edmond, OK 73003

Thursday, February 28th
8:00 p.m. Deer Creek v. Norman.
6:30 p.m. Edmond Santa Fe v. Choctaw.

Western Heights High School
8201 Southwest 44th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73179

Thursday, February 28th
6:30 p.m. Norman North v. Putnam West.
8:00 p.m. Edmond North v. Edmond Memorial.

Saturday, March 2nd
1:30 p.m. Winner (DC/Norman) v. Loser (ESF/Choctaw).
3:00 p.m. Winner (EN/EM) v. Loser (NN/PCW).

CPHS Basketball: Lady Sandites win third-straight Regional Championship, Kersgieter scores 25

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University of Kansas-committed senior Holly Kersgieter scored 25 points Saturday afternoon at the Ed Dubie Field House, leading the Class 6A No. 6 ranked Charles Page High School girls basketball team (20-4) to their third-straight Regional Championship. The Lady Sandites defeated No. 16 Ponca City 66-47 in a wild come-from-behind affair.

The first period saw six lead changes before the Wildcats went on a nine-point run to double Sand Springs at 15-7. Isabella Regalado broke the streak with a three to end the period, and Kersgieter kicked off the second period with a layup and a pair of free throws to make it a one-point game. 

Ponca quickly retaliated with a layup from Ryley Beard. Baylee Fincher hit a free throw and took a steal coast to coast, then Ashlynn Fincher sank a three and Beard made a free throw for their first double-digit lead. Destiny Johnson broke up the run with her first three-pointer of the game. Kersgeiter followed it with a layup and a trio of free throws, and Madison Burris rebounded for two, but Baylee Fincher hit a half court three at the buzzer for a 27-24 halftime advantage. 

The Sandites outscored the Wildcats 21-12 in the third period. Burris kicked off a seven point run with a pair of free throws from Johnson and a three from Kersgieter, Ashlynn Fincher scored four to sandwich a three from Johnson, then Regalado hit a pair of free throws and Jacie Taber rebounded for two to end the period 45-39.

Madison Birnbaum made the first basket of the final period, then Kersgieter and Padilla combined for four at the charity stripe followed by a three from Johnson for their first double-digit lead at 52-41. Ashlynn Fincher rattled off a trio of free throws, Padilla hit two in response, then the Sandites took a big loss when Johnson fouled out with 2:56 to play. 

Baylee Fincher scored two more from the stripe, then things began to fall apart for the visitors. Kersgeiter scored a pair of free throws, Ashlynn Fincher fouled out, and Ponca Head Coach Jody Fincher received a technical. The Sandites went on a twelve point run with ten free throws and a layup from Regalado for a twenty-point lead before Carlie Badley broke it up with the final basket of the game.

Johnson, a University of Tulsa commit, scored seventeen for Sand Springs, and Ponca also had two in double digits. Ashlynn Fincher led with sixteen and Baylee Fincher had thirteen.

Both Sand Springs and Ponca will advance to the Area playoffs. Sand Springs will only need to win one game in Area to advance to State, and can afford to lose once, while Ponca will need to win twice and will be eliminated with a loss.

CPHS 66 PoHi 47
1Q:
PoHi 15-10.
2Q:
CPHS 14-12.
3Q:
CPHS 21-12.
4Q:
CPHS 21-8.
Free Throws:
CPHS 27-of-27, PoHi 11-of-16.
Field Goals:
CPHS 16-of-39, PoHi 15-of-49.
Offensive Rebounds:
PoHi 10, CPHS 9.
Defensive Rebounds:
CPHS 16, PoHi 12.
Total Rebounds:
CPHS 25, PoHi 22.
Steals:
PoHi 12, CPHS 10.
Blocks:
CPHS 5, PoHi 2.
Fouls:
CPHS 17, PoHi 20.

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring:
Kersgieter 25, Johnson 17, Regalado 9, Padilla 9, Burris 4, Taber 2.
Offensive Rebounds:
Kersgieter 2, Johnson 2, Taber 2, Regalado 1, Burris 1, Padilla 1.
Defensive Rebounds:
Regalado 5, Padilla 4, Kersgieter 4, Burris 2, Johnson 1.
Total Rebounds:
Kersgieter 6, Regalado 6, Padilla 5, Johnson 3, Burris 3, Taber 2.
Assists:
Kersgieter 2, Regalado 1.
Steals:
Johnson 4, Padilla 3, Regalado 2, Burris 1.
Blocks:
Padilla 2, Burris 1, Regalado 1, Johnson 1.
Fouls:
Johnson 5, Taber 4, Burris 3, Kersgieter 2, Regalado 2, Padilla 1.

(Ponca Scoring): Ashlynn Fincher 16, Baylee Fincher 13,Beard 7, Badley 6, Birnbaum 5.

CPHS Basketball: Sandite of the Week Destiny Johnson

Charles Page High School senior Destiny Johnson has been on a roll lately, averaging 26.7 points per game over the past two weeks. The University of Tulsa-commit has led the Sandites in three-straight games, helping her team secure the Frontier Valley Conference title, as well as an Area playoff berth.

Last week the Class 6A No. 6 ranked Lady Sandites (19-4) beat Bixby 40-39 and Sapulpa 50-46 for their second Conference title in the past three seasons. On Thursday the girls beat Owasso 67-55 in the first round of the Regional Tournament to advance to the Area playoffs for the fifth-straight year. They will play Ponca City Saturday as they shoot for their third-straight Regional title.

Johnson scored 22 points against Bixby and 29 points against both Sapulpa and Owasso. Overall she is the number-two scorer on the team with 16.1 points per outing, and has led the team in eight games this season.

She shoots 48.9% on field goals, 55.9% on two-pointers, and 73.4% from the free throw line with 3.7 rebounds, 1.4 assists, 2.9 steals, and 0.4 blocks per game.

Johnson surpassed the 1,000 career scoring milestone earlier this season and was presented with a commemorative ball. A four-year starter, she scored 212 points as a freshman, 265 as a sophomore, 407 as a junior, and is at 371 points this season with anywhere between two and six games left to play.

In her career Johnson has led her team on 29 occasions with eighteen games of 20+ points and a personal-best 31-point performance in the 2017 season opener.

Catch the Sandites in action Saturday at 2:00 p.m. in Johnson’s final game at the Ed Dubie Field House.

CPHS Basketball: Sandites roll over Rams 67-55 in playoffs, Johnson scores 29

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The Class 6A No. 6 ranked Charles Page High School girls’ basketball team (19-4) won their first game of the Regional Tournament Thursday evening, 67-55 against Owasso (7-17). The game was their sixth-straight victory and punched their ticket to the Area playoffs for the fifth-straight year.

University of Tulsa-signed Senior Destiny Johnson led all scorers with 29 points, followed by Reagan Padilla with fourteen and Holly Kersgieter with ten for the Sandites. Owasso also had three players in double digits. Avery Allen and Nylia Finch scored sixteen apiece and Rylie Boone added thirteen.

Owasso came ready to play and only trailed the home team by a single point after an explosive first period. The visitors led three times in the stanza, thanks to deadly three-point shooting from Boone and Allen. Padilla was first in the book for Sand Springs with a three, and totaled eight in the period. Johnson was the only other Sandite to score, rattling off nine for the 17-16 lead. 

Johnson’s hot streak continued into the second period and she was joined by Madison Burris and Darrian Jordan for a 26-18 advantage before Boone and Mallory Hendrix hit back to back field goals. The Sandites ended the half on a seven point run for the 33-23 halftime advantage. 

The third period was another close win for the home team. Finch scored six for Owasso to cut the deficit to 36-29, but Johnson hit a three, Kersgieter scored two from the stripe, and Johnson laid up for the fourteen-point advantage. Allen and Johnson traded layups, but Kianna Cunningham sank a three to end the period 45-34. 

Owasso continued to hang tight in the fourth till the final three minutes when the Sandites ran away with it. The Sandites rattled off four in a row, Allen scored two, then Sand Springs scored eight more before Finch made a three-point play. Kersgieter and Finch traded layups and Finch hit a buzzer-beater three to end the game.

The Lady Sandites will take on No. 16 Ponca City (16-6) Saturday at 2:00 p.m. in the Regional finals. Sand Springs has won back-to-back Regional Tournaments, while Ponca won their last title in 2017. The teams have met twice this season, with Ponca winning 74-62 in November, and Sand Springs winning 65-48 in January.

Both Sand Springs and Ponca will advance to the Area playoffs. The Regional Champion will only need to win one game in Area to advance to State, and can afford to lose once, while the Runner-Up will need to win twice and will be eliminated with a loss.

CPHS 67 Owasso 55.
1Q:
CPHS 17-16.
2Q:
CPHS 16-7.
3Q:
CPHS 12-11.
4Q:
CPHS 22-21.
Free Throws:
CPHS 22-of-25, Owasso 5-of-8.
Field Goals:
CPHS 21-of-38, Owasso 21-of-47.
Offensive Rebounds:
Owasso 6, CPHS 2.
Defensive Rebounds:
CPHS 18, Owasso 14.
Total Rebounds:
CPHS 20, Owasso 20.
Steals:
CPHS 8, Owasso 2.
Blocks:
CPHS 2, Owasso 2.
Fouls:
CPHS 17, Owasso 18.

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring:
Johnson 29, Padilla 14, Kersgieter 10, Jordan 9, Burris 5.
Offensive Rebounds:
Kersgieter 1, Regalado 1.
Defensive Rebounds:
Kersgieter 7, Johnson 4, Regalado 2, Burris 2, Padilla 2, Jordan 1.
Total Rebounds:
Kersgieter 8, Johnson 4, Regalado 3, Burris 2, Padilla 2, Jordan 1.
Assists:
Johnson 2, Kersgieter 2, Regalado 1, Jordan 1.
Steals:
Johnson 4, Kersgieter 2, Regalado 1, Jordan 1.
Blocks:
Kersgieter 1, Regalado 1.
Fouls:
Jordan 5, Burris 4, Regalado 3, Johnson 2, Padilla 2, Kersgieter 1.

(Owasso Scoring): Finch 16, Allen 16, Boone 13, Vancuren 5, Cunningham 3, Hendrix 2.

CPHS Basketball Preview: Sandites host Regional Tournament Thursday through Saturday

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Charles Page High School’s Ed Dubie Field House will host both boys’ and girls’ Regional Basketball tournaments this year after both Sand Springs teams finished the regular season ranked in the top six in Class 6A.

The Regional Champions and Runners-Up will both advance to the Area Playoffs. The Regional Champions will then only have to win one more game to advance to State, and can afford to lose a game. The Runners-Up will have to win two more to advance to State, and will end their season with a loss.

Girls

No. 16 Ponca City (15-6) will take on No. 20 Jenks (11-11) in the first game Thursday at 6:30 p.m. The two teams last met in the first round of the Jenks/Union Tournament in January. Ponca won that meeting 62-42. Ponca is on a six game winning streak while Jenks is coming off an upset loss.

The Trojans have the No. 3 offense and No. 28 defense in Class 6A, winning by an average score of 62-57. Ponca is ninth offensively and No. 23 defensively with an average score of 60-50.

No. 6 Sand Springs (18-4) will play unranked Owasso (7-16) Thursday at 8:00 p.m. The Sandites beat Owasso 46-30 last month. Sand Springs is riding a five game win streak, but Owasso is trending upward, notching upsets in two of their last three games.

Sand Springs is tenth offensively and fifteenth defensively, winning by an average score of 59-48. Owasso is 28th on offense and nineteenth on defense, losing their games by an average score of 50-41.

Ponca upset Sand Springs 74-62 in the first game of the season, but the Sandites got payback in January, 65-48. Jenks and Owasso also split games this season. The Trojans won the first meeting 54-41 in December, but Owasso won 72-63 two weeks ago.

The finals game will be played Saturday at 2:00 p.m.

Boys

No. 11 Southmoore (16-7) will play unranked Broken Arrow (7-15) at 6:30 p.m. on Friday. The Sabercats rolled the Tigers 78-61 last month in the John Nobles Tournament semifinals. Southmoore is coming off a win, while Broken Arrow is riding a five-game losing streak.

Southmoore holds the No. 12 offense and No. 10 defense, winning by an average score of 63-54. Broken Arrow is nineteenth offensively and 24th defensively, losing by an average score of 62-58.

No. 5 Sand Springs (15-7) will take on unranked Enid (6-15) at 8:00 p.m. The two teams have not yet met this season. The Plainsmen are on a seven game losing streak, while Sand Springs has lost three of their last four games, two of which were against top-four teams.

The Sandites are ninth offensively and twelfth on defense, winning by an average score of 64-55. Enid holds the No. 14 offense and No. 32 defense, losing by an average score of 71-61.

The boys’ finals will be held Saturday at 7:00 p.m.

Frontier Valley Conference Final Standings

Boys
13-1 No. 2 Booker T. Washington
11-3 No. 4 Sapulpa
10-4 No. 9 Union
9-5 No. 5 Sand Springs
9-5 No. 10 Jenks
8-6 No. 15 Owasso
5-9 Bartlesville
3-11 Broken Arrow
1-13 Muskogee
1-13 Bixby

Girls
14-0 No. 6 Sand Springs
12-2 No. 10 Union
9-5 No. 8 Bartlesville
9-5 No. 18 Sapulpa
8-6 No. 17 Booker T. Washington
6-8 No. 20 Jenks
6-8 No. 18 Bixby
3-11 Broken Arrow
3-11 Owasso
0-14 Muskogee

Charles Page High School Team Stats

CPHS Girls

Average Box Score
CPHS 59 Opponent 47
1Q: CPHS 16-11.
2Q: CPHS 13-11.
3Q: CPHS 15-12.
4Q: CPHS 15-13.
(OT: CPHS 16-3).
Free Throws: CPHS 14-of-21, Opp 9-of-14.
2-pt Shooting: CPHS 16-of-33, Opp 12-of-29.
3-pt Shooting: CPHS 5-of-16, Opp 5-of-19.
Field Goals: CPHS 21-of-49, Opp 17-of-47.
Offensive Rebounds: CPHS 11, Opp 8.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 20, Opp 15.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 31, Opp 23.
Steals: CPHS 11, Opp 8.
Blocks: CPHS 2, Opp 2.
Fouls: CPHS 13, Opp 16.

CPHS Boys

Average Box Score
CPHS 64 Opponent 54
1Q: CPHS 15-13.
2Q: CPHS 14-12.
3Q: CPHS 16-14.
4Q: CPHS 19-15.
(OT: CPHS 11-6).
Free Throws: CPHS 14-of-19, Opp 11-of-16.
2-pt Shooting: CPHS 16-of-30, Opp 13-of-28.
3-pt Shooting: CPHS 5-of-17, Opp 6-of-19.
Field Goals: CPHS 22-of-46, Opp 19-of-47.
Offensive Rebounds: CPHS 8, Opp 6.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 21, Opp 16.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 28, Opp 23.
Steals: CPHS 7, Opp 6.
Blocks: CPHS 3, Opp 2.
Fouls: CPHS 15, Opp 17.

Individual Stats (Boys)

Points Per Game
15.9 Richardson
11.9 Cale Savage
10.0 Fox
9.0 Minney
8.8 Durkee
5.1 Hurd
2.2 Hawkins
2.0 Anderson
1.8 Hughes
1.3 Cason Savage
0.9 Quier

Field Goal Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts, both ranges)
50.0% Richardson
47.1% Fox
46.7% Minney
44.3% Durkee
44.1% Cale Savage

Three-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
40.0% Cale Savage
33.3% Durkee
29.6% Richardson
26.5% Fox
14.3% Minney

Two-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
65.3% Hurd
58.7% Fox
56.4% Cale Savage
54.9% Durkee
52.7% Richardson
52.6% Minney

Free Throw Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
79.0% Cale Savage
72.0% Richardson
69.7% Minney
68.1% Fox
65.2% Hawkins
63.9% Durkee
57.8% Hurd

Offensive Rebounds
1.9 Richardson
1.8 Minney
1.2 Durkee
0.9 Hurd
0.8 Cale Savage
0.6 Hawkins
0.5 Fox
0.3 Anderson
0.2 Quier
0.1 Cason Savage

Defensive Rebounds
5.8 Richardson
3.8 Minney
3.1 Durkee
2.4 Cale Savage
2.4 Hurd
2.1 Fox
0.9 Hawkins
0.9 Quier
0.5 Cason Savage
0.2 Hughes

Total Rebounds
7.7 Richardson
5.7 Minney
4.3 Durkee
3.3 Cale Savage
3.3 Hurd
2.5 Fox
1.6 Hawkins
1.1 Quier
0.7 Cason Savage
0.3 Anderson
0.2 Hughes

Assists
2.1 Richardson
1.2 Minney
1.0 Cale Savage
0.8 Fox
0.7 Cason Savage
0.5 Durkee
0.3 Anderson
0.3 Quier
0.1 Hawkins
0.1 Hurd
0.1 Hughes

Steals
1.4 Minney
1.1 Richardson
1.1 Fox
1.0 Cale Savage
0.7 Durkee
0.7 Hawkins
0.5 Quier
0.3 Cason Savage
0.2 Hughes
0.1 Hurd

Blocks
1.0 Minney
0.9 Richardson
0.4 Durkee
0.3 Hurd
0.2 Hawkins
0.2 Fox
0.1 Quier
0.1 Cale Savage
0.1 Cason Savage

Fouls
3.0 Minney
2.9 Richardson
2.8 Fox
1.8 Hurd
1.7 Cale Savage
1.1 Hawkins
1.1 Durkee
0.8 Cason Savage
0.4 Hughes
0.3 Quier

Individual Stats (Girls)

Points Per Game
19.4 Kersgieter
15.6 Johnson
8.0 Regalado
4.7 Taber
4.0 Burris
3.6 Jordan
3.1 Padilla
2.0 Harris
1.7 Bunch
1.4 Hampton
1.2 Cheney
1.0 Solis
0.5 Hughes
0.4 Shrum

Field Goal Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts, both ranges)
46.1% Kersgieter
48.3% Johnson
33.7% Regalado
32.6% Burris
28.6% Padilla

Three-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
36.4% Kersgieter
32.8% Burris
30.7% Regalado
22.2% Padilla
18.4% Johnson

Two-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
60.0% Taber
55.3% Johnson
51.9% Jordan
48.3% Kersgieter
37.7% Regalado
32.6% Padilla
32.1% Burris

Free-Throw Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
75.4% Kersgieter
72.2% Johnson
70.5% Regalado
69.0% Padilla
64.4% Taber
55.6% Jordan
46.7% Burris

Offensive Rebounds
3.8 Kersgieter
1.8 Regalado
1.6 Taber
1.1 Johnson
1.1 Jordan
1.0 Solis
0.9 Burris
0.5 Padilla
0.3 Bunch
0.3 Hampton
0.2 Shrum
0.2 Cheney
0.1 Harris
0.1 Hughes

Defensive Rebounds
5.5 Kersgieter
3.4 Regalado
3.4 Taber
2.5 Johnson
1.9 Burris
1.8 Padilla
1.1 Jordan
1.0 Solis
0.8 Cheney
0.3 Hughes
0.3 Harris
0.3 Shrum
0.2 Hampton
0.2 Brown
0.2 Bunch

Total Rebounds
9.3 Kersgieter
5.2 Regalado
5.0 Taber
3.6 Johnson
2.7 Burris
2.3 Padilla
2.2 Jordan
2.0 Solis
1.0 Cheney
0.5 Hampton
0.5 Bunch
0.5 Shrum
0.4 Harris
0.4 Hughes
0.2 Brown

Assists
1.4 Johnson
1.3 Kersgieter
0.8 Taber
0.7 Burris
0.3 Regalado
0.3 Jordan
0.2 Padilla
0.2 Hampton
0.2 Hughes
0.1 Shrum

Steals
2.9 Johnson
2.1 Kersgieter
1.7 Taber
1.2 Regalado
1.1 Burris
0.8 Padilla
0.7 Solis
0.6 Jordan
0.5 Cheney
0.4 Hampton
0.3 Bunch
0.3 Hughes
0.3 Shrum
0.1 Harris

Blocks
0.5 Regalado
0.5 Johnson
0.5 Burris
0.3 Kersgieter
0.3 Taber
0.1 Solis
0.1 Padilla
0.1 Hughes
0.1 Hampton

Fouls
2.7 Taber
2.6 Regalado
1.9 Johnson
1.8 Kersgieter
1.6 Burris
1.4 Jordan
1.4 Padilla
0.5 Cheney
0.4 Hampton
0.3 Harris
0.3 Shrum
0.2 Brown
0.2 Bunch
0.1 Solis

CPHS Basketball: Lady Sandites finish season undefeated in conference, beat Sapulpa 50-46

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University of Tulsa-committed senior Destiny Johnson scored a season-high 29 points Friday night at the Ed Dubie Field House, leading Class 6A No. 6 ranked Charles Page High School (18-4, 14-0) to a 50-46 win over their Highway 97 rivals on Senior Night. The Sandites snapped a six-game winning streak from No. 18 Sapulpa (13-7, 9-3) to finish the season undefeated in the Frontier Valley Conference.

The Chieftains won the tip off and Taylor Dement was first on the board with a three, but the Sandites rattled off four from the charity stripe and Johnson hit a layup for the 6-3 lead before Dement broke up the run with a free throw. Ray Osborn tied it up but Johnson laid up for the lead and Holly Kersgieter hit a pair of free throws to win the period 10-6. 

Johnson hit two more layups early in the second but a three pointer from Temire Poindexter and a steal and score from Dement tied it at 14-14. Johnson stayed hot and closed the half on a six point run, scoring all ten of the Sandites’ second quarter points for a 20-14 lead.

Kersgieter kicked off the second half with a three-point play but the Chieftains soon began to battle back. De’Asia Thomas put up six and Dement tied it twice with free throws, at 26-26 and 32-32. Johnson reclaimed the lead both times, taking a 34-32 advantage into the fourth after driving the length of the court to score in under five seconds. 

Dement tied it again to start the final stanza, Johnson retaliated, Osborn tied it, then Madison Burris hit a three and Darrian Jordan laid up twice to make it 43-36. Dement broke up the run with a three, Isabella Regalado scored a three of her own, then Thomas and Osborn scored back to back to cut it to 46-43. Jordan added two more and Kersgieter hit a pair from the stripe for a 50-43 lead and that was all they needed. Osborn scored a free throw and a last second two, but the Sandites held on for the win. 

The Lady Sandites will return to action Thursday at 8:00 p.m. when they host Owasso (6-16) in the first round of the Regional Tournament.

CPHS 50 SHS 46.
1Q:
CPHS 10-6.
2Q:
CPHS 10-8.
3Q:
SHS 18-14.
4Q:
CPHS 16-14.
Free Throws:
CPHS 14-of-15, SHS 7-of-13.
Field Goals:
SHS 17-of-42, CPHS 17-of-45.
Offensive Rebounds:
CPHS 8, SHS 5.
Defensive Rebounds:
CPHS 18, SHS 13.
Total Rebounds:
CPHS 26, SHS 18.
Steals:
SHS 7, CPHS 6.
Blocks:
SHS 3, CPHS 1.
Fouls:
CPHS 11, SHS 12.

Frontier Valley Conference Standings
14-0 No. 1 Sand Springs - Champions
11-2 No. 10 Union
9-4 No. 18 Sapulpa
8-5 No. 8 Bartlesville
8-6 No. 17 Booker T. Washington
6-8 No. 18 Bixby
6-7 No. 20 Jenks
2-11 Broken Arrow
3- 11 Owasso
0-13 Muskogee

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring: Johnson 29, Kersgieter 7, Jordan 6, Regalado 5, Burris 3.
Offensive Rebounds:
Regalado 4, Johnson 1, Kersgieter 1, Padilla 1, Burris 1.
Defensive Rebounds:
Kersgieter 6, Regalado 4, Johnson 3, Padilla 2, Burris 2, Jordan.
Total Rebounds:
Regalado 8, Kersgieter 7, Johnson 4, Padilla 3, Burris 3, Jordan 1.
Steals:
Regalado 3, Johnson 1, Kersgieter 1, Jordan 1.
Assists:
Johnson 3.
Blocks:
Burris 1.
Fouls:
Jordan 3, Taber 3, Regalado 2, Johnson 1, Padilla 1, Burris 1.

(Sapulpa Scoring): Dement 14, Osborn 12, Poindexter 9, De’Asia Thomas 8, De’Shawnti Thomas 2, Lowmack 1.





CPHS Basketball Preview: Sandites host Sapulpa Friday in conference finale

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Highway 97 Rivalry will return to Sand Springs Friday at 6:30 p.m. when the Class 6A No. 6 ranked Charles Page High School girls’ basketball team (17-4, 13-0) tips off against No. 18 Sapulpa (13-7, 9-3). The Lady Sandites will look to conclude the season undefeated in Frontier Valley Conference action.

The boys’ game, following the girls, will be a top-five match up as No. 4 Sapulpa (17-3, 10-2) looks to stay in contention for the FVC title by avenging a January loss to No. 5 Sand Springs (15-6, 9-4).

The Lady Sandites have the FVC title on lock with a 13-0 record, while the boys have been eliminated from contention at 9-4. The boys can’t finish any worse than fourth, and could still finish second pending the results of Sapulpa and Union’s final games. Last year the boys placed fourth with a 9-5 record while the girls finished third at 11-3.

Girls

The Sand Springs girls hold the No. 6 offense, No. 14 defense, and No. 10 margin of victory in Class 6A, winning by an average score of 60-48. They have won their past four games, most recently a 40-39 barn-burner against No. 18 Bixby.

Sapulpa is thirteenth offensively, sixth defensively, and eighth in margin of victory, winning by an average score of 55-44. The Chieftains have won six in a row, most recently a 62-52 upset of No. 8 Bartlesville.

Sand Springs defeated Sapulpa 45-43 on January 8th in what was the Sandites’ closest win of the season, prior to Tuesday’s game in Bixby. The Sandites were more accurate from both field goal ranges but the Chieftains came away with far more blocks and steals. The rebound battle was an even split. Holly Kersgieter led the Sandites with seventeen points and Taylor Dement led Sapulpa with sixteen.

Sand Springs hasn’t beaten Sapulpa twice in a season since 2011.

Boys

The Sandite boys are ninth offensively, seventh defensively, and seventh in margin of victory, winning by an average score of 63-53. They lost back to back games in their lowest offensive outputs of the season before drumming Bixby 79-51.

Sapulpa has the top offense in 6A, the No. 27 defense, and the third-highest margin of victory, winning by an average score of 77-63. The Chieftains have won three-straight games, most recently 64-58 against Bartlesville.

The Sandites won their first meeting 70-64 in Sapulpa, out-shooting their opponents 51% to 42% in the field and 71% to 50% at the stripe. Sand Springs won the rebound battle but Sapulpa got more takeaways. Both teams had four players in double digits. Cale Savage led the Sandites with seventeen points and Camryn Dennis had seventeen for Sapulpa.

Sand Springs is 5-5 against Sapulpa in the Eric Savage era, and have won their last three meetings. Sapulpa last defeated the Sandites in the 2017 Area playoffs.

Conference Schedule - Feb. 10-16.

Tuesday
Muskogee @ Jenks
Owasso @ Union
Broken Arrow @ Booker T. Washington
Sand Springs @ Bixby.
Bartlesville @ Sapulpa.

Friday
Union @ Muskogee
Owasso @ Bixby
Jenks @ Broken Arrow
Sapulpa @ Sand Springs.
Booker T. Washington @ Bartlesville

Frontier Valley Conference Standings

Boys
12-1 No. 2 Booker T. Washington
10-2 No. 4 Sapulpa
——Eliminated——
9-4 No. 9 Union
9-4 No. 5 Sand Springs
8-5 No. 10 Jenks
7-6 No. 15 Owasso
4-8 Bartlesville
3-10 Broken Arrow
1-12 Muskogee
1-12 Bixby

Girls
13-0 No. 6 Sand Springs - Conference Champions
11-2 No. 10 Union
9-3 No. 18 Sapulpa
8-4 No. 8 Bartlesville
7-6 No. 17 Booker T. Washington
6-7 No. 18 Bixby
6-7 No. 20 Jenks
2-11 Broken Arrow
2-11 Owasso
0-13 Muskogee

Charles Page High School Team Stats

CPHS Girls

Average Box Score
CPHS 60 Opponent 47
1Q: CPHS 16-11.
2Q: CPHS 14-11.
3Q: CPHS 15-12.
4Q: CPHS 15-13.
(OT: CPHS 16-3).
Free Throws: CPHS 14-of-21, Opp 9-of-14.
2-pt Shooting: CPHS 16-of-33, Opp 12-of-29.
3-pt Shooting: CPHS 5-of-16, Opp 5-of-19.
Field Goals: CPHS 21-of-49, Opp 17-of-48.
Offensive Rebounds: CPHS 11, Opp 8.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 20, Opp 15.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 31, Opp 23.
Steals: CPHS 11, Opp 8.
Blocks: CPHS 2, Opp 2.
Fouls: CPHS 13, Opp 16.

CPHS Boys

Average Box Score
CPHS 63 Opponent 54
1Q: CPHS 15-13.
2Q: CPHS 14-12.
3Q: CPHS 16-14.
4Q: CPHS 18-15.
(OT: CPHS 11-6).
Free Throws: CPHS 13-of-19, Opp 10-of-15.
2-pt Shooting: CPHS 16-of-29, Opp 13-of-27.
3-pt Shooting: CPHS 6-of-17, Opp 6-of-19.
Field Goals: CPHS 22-of-46, Opp 19-of-46.
Offensive Rebounds: CPHS 7, Opp 6.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 21, Opp 16.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 28, Opp 22.
Steals: CPHS 7, Opp 6.
Blocks: CPHS 3, Opp 2.
Fouls: CPHS 15, Opp 16.

Individual Stats (Boys)

Points Per Game
15.8 Richardson
11.9 Cale Savage
9.9 Fox
9.0 Durkee
8.9 Minney
5.1 Hurd
1.9 Hawkins
1.9 Hughes
1.5 Anderson
1.2 Cason Savage
0.7 Quier

Field Goal Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts, both ranges)
49.7% Richardson
46.5% Minney
45.5% Fox
44.9% Durkee
43.7% Cale Savage

Three-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
40.0% Cale Savage
34.3% Durkee
29.6% Richardson
26.5% Fox
14.3% Minney

Two-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
63.8% Hurd
56.5% Fox
55.6% Cale Savage
55.1% Durkee
52.8% Minney
52.5% Richardson

Free Throw Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
80.5% Cale Savage
72.4% Richardson
70.8% Fox
69.4% Minney
64.7% Hawkins
63.6% Durkee
59.5% Hurd

Offensive Rebounds
1.9 Minney
1.9 Richardson
1.3 Durkee
0.9 Hurd
0.8 Cale Savage
0.6 Hawkins
0.5 Anderson
0.4 Fox
0.1 Quier

Defensive Rebounds
5.8 Richardson
4.0 Minney
3.2 Durkee
2.3 Cale Savage
2.3 Hurd
2.2 Fox
1.0 Hawkins
0.9 Quier
0.5 Cason Savage
0.3 Hughes

Total Rebounds
7.7 Richardson
5.9 Minney
4.4 Durkee
3.2 Cale Savage
3.2 Hurd
2.6 Fox
1.6 Hawkins
1.0 Quier
0.7 Cason Savage
0.5 Anderson
0.3 Hughes

Assists
2.1 Richardson
1.2 Minney
1.0 Cale Savage
0.8 Fox
0.6 Cason Savage
0.6 Durkee
0.5 Anderson
0.3 Quier
0.1 Hawkins
0.1 Hurd

Steals
1.4 Minney
1.2 Richardson
1.1 Fox
1.0 Cale Savage
0.8 Durkee
0.6 Hawkins
0.4 Quier
0.3 Cason Savage
0.3 Hughes
0.1 Hurd

Blocks
0.9 Minney
0.9 Richardson
0.4 Durkee
0.3 Hurd
0.2 Hawkins
0.1 Quier
0.1 Fox
0.1 Cale Savage
0.1 Cason Savage

Fouls
2.9 Minney
2.8 Richardson
2.8 Fox
1.8 Hurd
1.7 Cale Savage
1.1 Hawkins
1.0 Durkee
0.8 Cason Savage
0.4 Hughes
0.3 Quier

Individual Stats (Girls)

Points Per Game
20.0 Kersgieter
14.9 Johnson
8.1 Regalado
5.0 Taber
4.1 Burris
3.5 Jordan
3.2 Padilla
2.0 Harris
1.7 Bunch
1.4 Hampton
1.2 Cheney
1.0 Solis
0.5 Hughes
0.4 Shrum

Field Goal Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts, both ranges)
47.6% Kersgieter
47.3% Johnson
34.6% Regalado
32.6% Burris
29.0% Padilla

Three-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
38.1% Kersgieter
32.8% Burris
30.6% Regalado
22.2% Padilla
19.2% Johnson

Two-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
60.0% Taber
54.2% Johnson
50.0% Jordan
49.6% Kersgieter
40.0% Regalado
33.3% Padilla
32.1% Burris

Free-Throw Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
74.5% Kersgieter
71.0% Johnson
69.1% Regalado
69.0% Padilla
64.4% Taber
55.6% Jordan
46.7% Burris

Offensive Rebounds
3.9 Kersgieter
1.7 Taber
1.7 Regalado
1.2 Jordan
1.1 Johnson
1.0 Solis
0.9 Burris
0.5 Padilla
0.3 Bunch
0.3 Hampton
0.2 Shrum
0.2 Cheney
0.1 Harris
0.1 Hughes

Defensive Rebounds
5.5 Kersgieter
3.6 Taber
3.4 Regalado
2.5 Johnson
1.9 Burris
1.8 Padilla
1.2 Jordan
1.0 Solis
0.8 Cheney
0.3 Hughes
0.3 Harris
0.3 Shrum
0.2 Hampton
0.2 Brown
0.2 Bunch

Total Rebounds
9.4 Kersgieter
5.3 Taber
5.1 Regalado
3.6 Johnson
2.7 Burris
2.3 Jordan
2.3 Padilla
2.0 Solis
1.0 Cheney
0.5 Hampton
0.5 Bunch
0.5 Shrum
0.4 Harris
0.4 Hughes
0.2 Brown

Assists
1.4 Kersgieter
1.3 Johnson
0.9 Taber
0.8 Burris
0.3 Regalado
0.3 Jordan
0.3 Padilla
0.2 Hampton
0.2 Hughes
0.1 Shrum

Steals
3.0 Johnson
2.1 Kersgieter
1.8 Taber
1.1 Burris
1.1 Regalado
0.9 Padilla
0.7 Solis
0.6 Jordan
0.5 Cheney
0.4 Hampton
0.3 Bunch
0.3 Hughes
0.3 Shrum
0.1 Harris

Blocks
0.5 Regalado
0.5 Johnson
0.4 Burris
0.3 Kersgieter
0.3 Taber
0.1 Solis
0.1 Padilla
0.1 Hughes
0.1 Hampton

Fouls
2.7 Taber
2.6 Regalado
2.0 Johnson
1.9 Kersgieter
1.7 Burris
1.4Padilla
1.4 Jordan
0.5 Cheney
0.4 Hampton
0.3 Harris
0.3 Shrum
0.2 Brown
0.2 Bunch
0.1 Solis

CPHS Basketball: Sandites survive Spartans 40-39, Johnson scores 22

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Class 6A No. 6 ranked Charles Page High School (17-4, 13-0) had already clinched the Frontier Valley Conference title heading into Tuesday night’s game in Bixby, and they added to their perfect league record with a wild 40-39 victory over the No. 18 Spartans (12-10, 6-7) at the Whitey Ford Sports Complex.

Sand Springs had their lowest-scoring half of the season and trailed 19-12 before opening the third on a fourteen-point run. The teams hung tight from there till the craziest final seconds of the season.

Destiny Johnson scored the first basket but Kate Bradley gave her team the lead with a three. Holly Kersgieter sank a long three to tie it at 7-7 but Darrian Myles responded and the Spartans didn’t relinquish their lead again till the third period. Darrian Jordan also got on the board for the Sandites in that period but Myles hit another three for the 14-9 advantage. 

The second was the lowest-scoring period of the season as the teams combined for only eight points: three from Johnson and five from Avery King. The Spartans took a 19-12 lead into the locker room as only the fifth team this season to win back-to-back periods against the Sandites. 

Bixby shot 7-of-23 in the first half to the Sandites’ 5-of-23, and outrebounded their guests fifteen to twelve. Sand Springs struggled at the free throw line, hitting one of six. 

Johnson went to work in the third, scoring six in a row to close the gap with a steal of her own and one from Isabella Regalado. Kersgieter pulled up for three and Johnson laid up twice more in transition before Bradley broke up the fourteen-point run. 

The Sandites took a 32-26 lead into the fourth. Sydnee Schovanec hit back to back layups before Kersgieter got the visitors on the board, and Bradley sank a three to make it a one-point game. Johnson sank a pair of free throws and Kersgieter hit a two to make it 38-34 with a minute left. King laid up, Johnson and Kersgeiter added free throws, and Schovanec made a three to cut it to 40-39.

With only four seconds left Johnson and Schovanec went down in a nasty collision and the Sandite had the leave the game. Bixby got the ball and got off two shots in the paint but missed both. Savanna Stout was awarded two free throws with zero time on the clock, but missed both and the visitors survived by the skin of their teeth. 

Johnson ended the night with a game-high 22 points, followed by Kersgeiter with thirteen. Bradley led the Spartans with eleven and King added ten.

Sand Springs will wrap up the regular season Friday in the second installment of Highway 97 Rivalry. The Sandites will host No. 18 Sapulpa (12-7, 8-3) who they previously defeated 45-43 last month. Sand Springs hasn’t beaten Sapulpa twice in a season since 2011.

CPHS 40 Bixby 39

1Q: Bixby 14-9.
2Q:
Bixby 5-3.
3Q:
CPHS 20-7.
4Q:
Bixby 13-8.
Free Throws:
CPHS 7-of-17, Bixby 4-of-10.
Field Goals:
CPHS 15-of-42, Bixby 15-of-48.
Offensive Rebounds:
Bixby 12, CPHS 11.
Defensive Rebounds:
Bixby 17, CPHS 16.
Total Rebounds:
Bixby 29, CPHS 27.
Steals:
CPHS 10, Bixby 4.
Blocks:
CPHS 3, Bixby 3.
Fouls:
CPHS 13, Bixby 16.

Frontier Valley Conference Standings
13-0 No. 6 Sand Springs
11-2 No. 10 Union
9-3 No. 18 Sapulpa
8-4 No. 8 Bartlesville
6-6 No. 17 Booker T. Washington
6-7 No. 18 Bixby
6-7 No. 20 Jenks
2-10 Broken Arrow
2-11 Owasso
0-13 Muskogee

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring:
Johnson 22, Kersgeiter 13, Burris 3, Jordan 2.
Offensive Rebounds:
Johnson 3, Kersgeiter 3, Burris 2, Jordan 2, Taber 1.
Defensive Rebounds:
Taber 5, Kersgeiter 4, Regalado 3, Burris 2, Jordan 1, Hughes 1.
Total Rebounds:
Kersgeiter 7, Taber 6, Burris 4, Johnson 3, Jordan 3, Regalado 3, Hughes 1.
Steals:
Johnson 3, Regalado 2, Padilla 2, Taber 2, Kersgeiter 1.
Assists:
Padilla 1.
Blocks:
Kersgeiter 1, Burris 1, Taber 1.
Fouls:
Regalado 3, Taber 3, Johnson 2, Kersgeiter 2, Jordan 2, Burris 1.

(Bixby Scoring): Bradley 11, King 10, Schovanec 7, Myles 6, Page 3, Stout2.

CPHS Basketball Preview: Sandites travel to Bixby Tuesday

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The regular season is coming to an end, but there’s still three more weeks of basketball left for Sand Springs. Regional assignments have been released and both the boys and girls teams are both returning State Qualifiers, but first they have to wrap up their conference schedule with two more games.

Charles Page High School will travel to Bixby on Tuesday before hosting their Highway 97 rivals from Sapulpa on Friday.

The Lady Sandites have the Frontier Valley Conference title on lock with a 12-0 record, while the boys have been eliminated from contention at 8-4. Currently fourth in the standings, the boys could finish anywhere between second and sixth. Last year the boys placed fourth with a 9-5 record while the girls finished third at 11-3.

The Lady Sandites hold the No. 8 offense, No. 17 defense, and No. 8 margin of victory in Class 6A, winning by an average score of 62-48. They will tip off at 6:30 p.m. at Bixby’s Whitey Ford Sports Complex on Tuesday. The Lady Spartans are 20th offensively and tenth defensively, winning by an average score of 52-45. Sand Springs is on a three-game winning streak while Bixby is riding back-to-back losses. The Sandites previously defeated Bixby 58-35 in the first game of 2019.

The Sand Springs boys are twelfth offensively, seventh defensively, with the No. 7 margin of victory. They win by an average score of 63-53 but are coming off back to back losses, both their lowest-scoring performances of the season. The Spartans are 32nd offensively and 23rd defensively, losing by an average score of 60-46. They have also lost their last two games. Sand Springs previously defeated Bixby 84-43 in their highest-scoring game of the season.

Whitey Ford Sports Complex
601 South Riverview Drive
Bixby, OK 74008

Conference Schedule - Feb. 10-16.

Tuesday
Muskogee @ Jenks
Owasso @ Union
Broken Arrow @ Booker T. Washington
Sand Springs @ Bixby.
Bartlesville @ Sapulpa.

Friday
Union @ Muskogee
Owasso @ Bixby
Jenks @ Broken Arrow
Sapulpa @ Sand Springs.
Booker T. Washington @ Bartlesville

Frontier Valley Conference Standings

Boys
11-1 No. 2 Booker T. Washington
9-2 No. 4 Sapulpa
——Eliminated——
9-3 No. 9 Union
8-4 No. 5 Sand Springs
7-5 No. 10 Jenks
6-6 No. 15 Owasso
3-9 Broken Arrow
4-7 Bartlesville
1-11 Muskogee
1-11 Bixby

Girls
12-0 No. 6 Sand Springs - Conference Champions
10-2 No. 10 Union
8-3 No. 8 Bartlesville
8-3 No. 18 Sapulpa
6-6 No. 17 Booker T. Washington
6-6 No. 18 Bixby
5-7 No. 20 Jenks
2-10 Broken Arrow
2-10 Owasso
0-12 Muskogee

Charles Page High School Team Stats

CPHS Girls

Average Box Score
CPHS 62 Opponent 48
1Q: CPHS 17-11.
2Q: CPHS 14-11.
3Q: CPHS 14-12.
4Q: CPHS 16-13.
(OT: CPHS 16-3).
Free Throws: CPHS 15-of-21, Opp 9-of-14.
2-pt Shooting: CPHS 16-of-33, Opp 12-of-29.
3-pt Shooting: CPHS 5-of-16, Opp 5-of-19.
Field Goals: CPHS 21-of-50, Opp 17-of-48.
Offensive Rebounds: CPHS 11, Opp 8.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 20, Opp 15.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 31, Opp 23.
Steals: CPHS 11, Opp 8.
Blocks: CPHS 2, Opp 2.
Fouls: CPHS 13, Opp 16.

CPHS Boys

Average Box Score
CPHS 63 Opponent 54
1Q: CPHS 15-13.
2Q: CPHS 14-12.
3Q: CPHS 16-14.
4Q: CPHS 18-15.
(OT: CPHS 11-6).
Free Throws: CPHS 13-of-19, Opp 10-of-16.
2-pt Shooting: CPHS 16-of-29, Opp 12-of-27.
3-pt Shooting: CPHS 5-of-17, Opp 6-of-19.
Field Goals: CPHS 21-of-46, Opp 18-of-46.
Offensive Rebounds: CPHS 8, Opp 7.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 21, Opp 17.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 29, Opp 23.
Steals: CPHS 6, Opp 6.
Blocks: CPHS 3, Opp 2.
Fouls: CPHS 15, Opp 17.

Individual Stats (Boys)

Points Per Game
16.2 Richardson
11.7 Cale Savage
10.2 Fox
9.2 Minney
8.9 Durkee
4.5 Hurd
2.1 Hawkins
1.9 Hughes
0.8 Quier
0.6 Cason Savage

Field Goal Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts, both ranges)
49.2% Richardson
47.5% Minney
45.4% Fox
44.1% Durkee
42.5% Cale Savage

Three-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
38.7% Cale Savage
34.9% Durkee
29.6% Richardson
26.5% Fox
15.0% Minney

Two-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
59.0% Hurd
56.8% Fox
54.3% Cale Savage
53.9% Minney
53.1% Durkee
52.0% Richardson

Free Throw Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
80.0% Cale Savage
71.2% Richardson
70.8% Fox
70.0% Minney
64.7% Hawkins
64.5% Durkee
56.8% Hurd

Offensive Rebounds
2.0 Richardson
2.0 Minney
1.2 Durkee
0.9 Cale Savage
0.8 Hurd
0.6 Hawkins
0.5 Fox
0.1 Quier

Defensive Rebounds
5.9 Richardson
4.2 Minney
3.1 Durkee
2.4 Cale Savage
2.3 Fox
2.2 Hurd
1.1 Hawkins
0.8 Quier
0.5 Cason Savage
0.3 Hughes

Total Rebounds
7.9 Richardson
6.2 Minney
4.4 Durkee
3.2 Cale Savage
2.9 Hurd
2.8 Fox
1.7 Hawkins
0.9 Quier
0.7 Cason Savage
0.3 Hughes

Assists
2.1 Richardson
1.2 Minney
0.9 Cale Savage
0.8 Fox
0.7 Cason Savage
0.5 Durkee
0.3 Quier
0.1 Hawkins
0.1 Hurd

Steals
1.5 Minney
1.2 Richardson
1.0 Cale Savage
0.9 Fox
0.8 Durkee
0.6 Hawkins
0.3 Quier
0.3 Cason Savage
0.2 Hughes
0.1 Hurd

Blocks
1.0 Minney
1.0 Richardson
0.4 Durkee
0.4 Hurd
0.2 Hawkins
0.1 Cale Savage
0.1 Fox
0.1 Cason Savage
0.1 Quier

Fouls
3.1 Minney
2.9 Richardson
2.8 Fox
1.8 Hurd
1.8 Cale Savage
1.1 Hawkins
1.1 Durkee
0.8 Cason Savage
0.5 Hughes
0.3 Quier

Individual Stats (Girls)

Points Per Game
20.4 Kersgieter
14.6 Johnson
8.6 Regalado
5.4 Taber
4.1 Burris
3.6 Jordan
3.4 Padilla
2.0 Harris
1.7 Bunch
1.5 Hampton
1.2 Cheney
1.0 Solis
0.6 Hughes
0.4 Shrum

Field Goal Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts, both ranges)
47.5% Kersgieter
47.5% Johnson
34.8% Regalado
33.3% Burris
30.2% Padilla

Three-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
36.1% Kersgieter
33.9% Burris
30.6% Regalado
24.0% Padilla
20.5% Johnson

Two-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
60.0% Taber
54.2% Johnson
52.2% Jordan
50.0% Kersgieter
40.6% Regalado
34.2% Padilla
32.1% Burris

Free-Throw Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
75.4% Kersgieter
72.2% Johnson
69.1% Regalado
69.0% Padilla
64.4% Taber
62.5% Jordan
46.7% Burris

Offensive Rebounds
4.0 Kersgieter
1.8 Regalado
1.8 Taber
1.1 Jordan
1.1 Johnson
1.0 Solis
0.8 Burris
0.5 Padilla
0.3 Bunch
0.3 Hampton
0.2 Shrum
0.2 Cheney
0.1 Harris
0.1 Hughes

Defensive Rebounds
5.6 Kersgieter
3.5 Taber
3.4 Regalado
2.6 Johnson
1.9 Burris
1.8 Padilla
1.2 Jordan
1.0 Solis
0.8 Cheney
0.3 Harris
0.3 Shrum
0.3 Hampton
0.2 Hughes
0.2 Brown
0.2 Bunch

Total Rebounds
9.5 Kersgieter
5.3 Taber
5.2 Regalado
3.7 Johnson
2.7 Burris
2.4 Padilla
2.3 Jordan
2.0 Solis
1.0 Cheney
0.6 Hampton
0.5 Bunch
0.5 Shrum
0.5 Harris
0.3 Hughes
0.2 Brown

Assists
1.5 Kersgieter
1.4 Johnson
0.9 Taber
0.8 Burris
0.4 Regalado
0.3 Jordan
0.3 Hampton
0.2 Hughes
0.2 Padilla
0.1 Shrum

Steals
3.0 Johnson
2.2 Kersgieter
1.8 Taber
1.2 Burris
1.1 Regalado
0.8 Padilla
0.7 Solis
0.6 Jordan
0.5 Cheney
0.4 Hampton
0.3 Hughes
0.3 Bunch
0.3 Shrum
0.1 Harris

Blocks
0.6 Regalado
0.5 Johnson
0.4 Burris
0.3 Kersgieter
0.2 Taber
0.1 Solis
0.1 Hughes
0.1 Padilla
0.1 Hampton

Fouls
2.7 Taber
2.6 Regalado
2.0 Johnson
1.9 Kersgieter
1.7 Burris
1.5 Padilla
1.3 Jordan
0.5 Cheney
0.4 Hampton
0.3 Harris
0.3 Shrum
0.2 Brown
0.2 Bunch
0.1 Solis

CPHS Basketball: Lady Sandites clinch Conference title, beat Bartlesville 50-38

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The Lady Sandites have been on a warpath this season and Bartlesville was the last obstacle between them and the Frontier Valley Conference title. The Class 6A No. 6 ranked Charles Page High School girls’ basketball team (16-4, 12-0) stormed past the eighth-ranked Bruins (15-4, 7-3) Tuesday evening, and it wasn’t even close.

Sand Springs jumped out to a 14-0 lead and never looked back, ultimately winning 50-38 over the defending Conference Champions. No. 10 Union (15-5, 9-2) is the only team left that can tie the Sandites’ record, but Sand Springs has the head-to-head tie-breaking win over the Redskins.

University of Nevada-commit Jena’ Williams led all scorers with twenty points, but Sand Springs had two players right behind them. Kansas-commit Holly Kersgieter led her team with nineteen points and ten rebounds, and Tulsa-commit Destiny Johnson had sixteen points and seven rebounds.

Sand Springs didn’t surrender a basket till the final minute of the first period when Lydia Knollmeyer scored a putback to end the streak. Johnson scored six points in the period, Kersgieter had five, Isabella Regalado drained a three, and Darrian Jordan capped the period at 16-2.

Williams got hot early in the second period with three free throws and a layup to get her team back within ten, but Kersgieter scored back to back layups to break up her run. Sand Springs won that period but only barely, and held a 28-13 lead at the half. Regalado hit her second three of the night and Madison Burris and Reagan Padilla also got on the board.

The home team put up their best numbers in the third period and cut their deficit back to ten points. Johnson hit back to back layups for their biggest lead of the night at 35-18, but the Bruins scored six in a row with baskets from Chloe Martin and Trinity Crowder. Burris hit a pair of free throws from there but Williams drained a three to end the quarter 39-29.

Kersgieter went on a five point run to start the fourth and Padilla added two before Williams scored five of her own. Johnson and Kersgieter scored back to back for the 50-34 advantage and the Sandites sent in the backups for the final two minutes. Fourteen Sandites saw action and six made their way into the scorebook.

Sand Springs will return to action next Tuesday at No. 18 Bixby (12-8, 6-5). The Bruins will also travel to Bixby for their next game on Friday.

CPHS 50 BHS 38
1Q:
CPHS 16-2.
2Q: CPHS 12-11.
3Q: BHS 16-11.
4Q: CPHS 11-9.
Free Throws: BHS 6-of-7, CPHS 11-of-17.
Field Goals: CPHS 18-of-39, BHS 15-of-55.
Offensive Rebounds: BHS 9, CPHS 7.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 25, BHS 12.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 32, BHS 21.
Steals: BHS 10, CPHS 5.
Blocks: CPHS 4, BHS 1.
Fouls: CPHS 8, BHS 13.

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring: Kersgieter 19, Johnson 16, Regalado 6, Burris 4, Padilla 3, Jordan 2.
Offensive Rebounds: Kersgieter 3, Johnson 1, Regalado 1, Burris 1, Jordan 1.
Defensive Rebounds: Kersgieter 7, Johnson 6, Regalado 5, Padilla 5, Burris 2.
Total Rebounds: Kersgieter 10, Johnson 7, Regalado 7, Padilla 5, Burris 3, Jordan 1.
Steals: Johnson 2, Kersgieter 1, Bunch 1.
Assists: Kersgieter 3, Johnson 1.
Blocks: Kersgieter 2, Padilla 2.
Fouls: Johnson 2, Regalado 2, Kersgieter 2, Padilla 1, Burris 1.

(Bartlesville Scoring): Williams 20, Martin 8, Crowder 4, Knollmeyer 2, Cummings 2, Emery 2.