CPHS Wrestling: Wiseley, Patton, Kirby take gold at Broken Arrow tournament

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Members of the Charles Page High School wrestling team competed at the Joe Zamora/Skyler Holman Open in Broken Arrow this past weekend. The Sandites sent four to the finals and crowned three champions in the pre-season folkstyle tournament.

Junior Brendan Wiseley won the 113-pound bracket with a pin of John Goodyear in 3:58, an 8-4 decision over Teyton Burns, a 12-0 major decision against Tyler Fullen, and a 2-0 decision over Broken Arrow’s Bryce Cockrell.

Senior Scott Patton won the 152-pound bracket, pinning Dustin Macy in 0:49 and Garrett Hill in 1:09. He majored Simon Young 16-5 and edged out Durant State Qualifier Connor Hall 6-4 in the finals.

Junior Chris Kirby took first prize at 160 pounds, pinning Jakoby Banks in 1:03, Brett Thompson in 2:41, and Dylan Wilson in 0:59.

Senior Dayvon Taylor placed third at 182. He lost his opening match 3-0 to Cushing State Runner-Up Gage Hockett, but pinned Adam Klein in 2:16 and Durant State Qualifier Fulton Gorges in 2:33. He also scored a 15-0 technical fall against Kayden Brady.

Freshman Christian Forbes failed to place at 106 but finished with a winning 3-2 record, including a 20-4 tech fall against Harley Newberry, a 5-3 decision over Suan Sang, and a 15-1 major decision against Joshua Pasillas. He was pinned by State Champion Eli Griffin of Cascia Hall and eliminated 5-0 by Cushing State Qualifier Luke Ahrberg.

Junior High

Cameron White placed third at 106 pounds. He pinned Justin Aldridge in 0:17 and scored major decisions of 12-3 and 8-0 against Colton Luker and Andrew Lollis. His only loss was 2-1 to Cushing’s Kaiser Simson.

Nichlas Huelsenbeck finished fourth at 126 pounds He lost his opening match to Broken Arrow’s Elijah Hynes but won out with a 15-3 tech fall over Madux Palmer, an 18-3 tech fall against Caden Erskine, a 5-0 decision over Josh Rexwinkle, and a pin of Noah Perry in 1:53 before forfeiting the consolation rematch with Hynes.

Blake Jones came in runner-up at 132 pounds, pinning Kevin Lund in 0:49 and Sawyer Richardson in 2:00 before falling 13-8 to Sallisaw’s Kiowa Coffman.

CPHS Softball: Elizabeth Luttrell signs with Cowley County College

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Charles Page High School senior Elizabeth Luttrell signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning to play softball for Cowley County Community College.

Luttrell was a three-year starting first baseman for the Lady Sandites and finished her career with a .356 batting average, .548 slugging average, .426 on-base percentage, 78 hits, 62 runs, 72 RBI, and nine home runs. She was given an All-District Honorable Mention for the 2018 season.

Cowley College is located in Arkansas City, Kansas and competes in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II. The Tigers went 42-16 last season under third-year Head Coach Jenny Hoyt.

The Lady Sandites won four-straight Regional Championships during Luttrell’s career, as well as the 2018 Bixby Tournament title and 6A Academic State Titles in 2016 and 2018. They made four State Tournament appearances and one State finals appearance in 2015.

CPHS Baseball: Tyler Ash & John Miller sign with Eastern Oklahoma State College

Charles Page High School seniors Tyler Ash and John Miller signed letters of intent Wednesday morning to play baseball for Eastern Oklahoma State College.

Ash is entering his third year on the varsity team and played Center Field and Pitcher as a junior. In his career he has amassed a .268 batting average, .375 slugging average, and .410 on-base percentage with 30 hits, 30 runs, 26 RBI, 2 home runs, and 19 stolen bases. On the mound he holds with a 3-2 record, 3.77 earned run average and 1.46 WHIP with 24 strikeouts in 26 innings.

Miller played his first year of varsity baseball last year and earned an impressive 5-1 record on the mound with a 2.13 ERA, 1.1 WHIP, and 25 strikeouts in 26.1 innings. He saw limited action as a batter, hitting .385 with a .462 slugging average, .467 OBP, 5 hits, 2 runs, 4 RBI, and 1 stolen base.

EOSC is a public community college in Wilburton, Oklahoma competing in the National Junior College Athletic Association Region II. The Mountaineers went 44-17 last season but will be under new leadership going forward with first-year Head Coach and Athletic Director Matt Parker. Parker was named the 2018 Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Coach of the Year after taking Oklahoma Wesleyan to a 53-8 record last season.

Ash and Miller will begin their senior season February 11th with a home scrimmage against Booker T. Washington. The Sandites are coming off a 24-12 finish under first-year Head Coach James Garrison. After a 4-6 start to the season they won fourteen games in a row and earned the first place trophy at the Spartan/Tiger Turf War. They went 2-2 at the Regional Championship and were eliminated by State Semifinalist Owasso.

CPHS Baseball: Cale Savage signs with Northern Oklahoma College

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Charles Page High School senior Cale Savage signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning to play baseball for Northern Oklahoma College at Enid.

Savage plays First and Third base and pitches for the Sandites and is entering his third year on the varsity team. He holds a .317 batting average, .433 slugging average, and .433 on-base percentage with 52 hits, 27 runs, 41 RBI, 1 home run, and 15 steals. He mostly pitches in relief and holds a 1-1 record with a 3.1 ERA, 1.53 WHIP, and 11 strikeouts in 15.2 innings. He was given an All-State Honorable Mention in 2017.

Northern Oklahoma College is based out of Tonkawa with satellite campuses in Enid and Stillwater. The Enid school has its own athletics program established in 2001 competing in the National Junior College Athletic Association Region Two. The Jets have won three Conference Championships, four Regionals Championships, three District Championships, and placed third at the NJCAA World Series in 2002 and 2018. They went 48-16 last season under Head Coach Raydon Leaton, who has led the team since its inception.

Savage will begin his senior season February 11th with a home scrimmage against Booker T. Washington. The Sandites are coming off a 24-12 finish under first-year Head Coach James Garrison. After a 4-6 start to the season they won fourteen games in a row and earned the first place trophy at the Spartan/Tiger Turf War. They went 2-2 at the Regional Championship and were eliminated by State Semifinalist Owasso.

CPHS Baseball: Cal Watkins signs with Seminole State College

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Charles Page High School senior Cal Watkins signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning to play baseball for Seminole State College.

Watkins is a third-year Shortstop for the varsity team. As a junior he batted .339 with a .393 slugging average, .419 on-base percentage, 38 hits, 32 runs, 15 RBI, and 17 steals. He was named to the Academic All-Frontier Valley Conference team last season.

Seminole went 41-12 last year and will be led by first-year Head Coach Mack Chambers in the coming season. The Trojans have won 37 Region 2 Titles and 15 South Central District Titles.

Watkins will begin his senior season February 11th with a home scrimmage against Booker T. Washington. The Sandites are coming off a 24-12 finish under first-year Head Coach James Garrison. After a 4-6 start to the season they won fourteen games in a row and earned the first place trophy at the Spartan/Tiger Turf War. They went 2-2 at the Regional Championship and were eliminated by State Semifinalist Owasso.

CPHS Baseball: Kyler Copeland signs with College of the Ozarks

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Charles Page High School senior catcher Kyler Copeland signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning to play baseball for The College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout, Missouri.

This is Copeland’s third season on the varsity squad. As a junior he batted .272 with a .283 slugging average, .362 on-base percentage, 25 hits, 1 run, 16 RBI, and 1 steal.

The College of the Ozarks is a private Christian college competing in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. The Bobcats went 35-20 last season under fourth-year Head Coach Neale Richardson.

Copeland will begin his senior season February 11th with a home scrimmage against Booker T. Washington. The Sandites are coming off a 24-12 finish under first-year Head Coach James Garrison. After a 4-6 start to the season they won fourteen games in a row and earned the first place trophy at the Spartan/Tiger Turf War. They went 2-2 at the Regional Championship and were eliminated by State Semifinalist Owasso.

CPHS Softball: Madelyn Blair signs with University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma

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Charles Page High School senior pitcher Madelyn Blair signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning to play softball for the defending NAIA National Champions, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.

Blair was a four-year starter for the Lady Sandites, pitching and playing infield. She finished her senior season with a .353 batting average, .576 slugging average, .372 on-base percentage, 30 hits, 16 runs, 20 RBI, and 4 home runs. On the mound she went 8-3 with a 1.6 ERA, 1.3 WHIP, and 41 strikeouts in 75 innings. In her career she amassed a 27-8 record.

USAO is located in Chickasha and competes in the Sooner Athletic Conference and National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. They are coming off a 57-5 record, SAC Conference Runner-Up finish, and NAIA National Title under fifth-year Head Coach Jadyn Wallis.

The Lady Sandites won four-straight Regional Championships during Blair’s career, as well as the 2018 Bixby Tournament title and 6A Academic State Titles in 2016 and 2018. They made four State Tournament appearances and one State finals appearance in 2015.

Blair was named to the Academic All-Conference team all four years of her career, made the All-District team in 2016, 2017, and 2018, and the All-Region and All-State teams for the 2018 season.

CPHS Softball: Cameron Clemons signs with Northeastern State University

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Charles Page High School senior Cameron Clemons signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning to play softball for Northeastern State University.

Clemons played third base for the Lady Sandites for four years and amassed a .269 career batting average, .353 slugging average, and .328 on-base percentage with 74 hits, 67 runs, 60 RBI, and 1 home run. She was named to the 2018 All-Regional team and received an All-District Honorable Mention.

NSU is located in Tahlequah, Oklahoma and competes in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association. The RiverHawks went 30-26 last season under sixth-year Head Coach Clay Davis. Also on the RiverHawk roster is CPHS Class of 2016 graduate Jessica Schuler.

The Lady Sandites won four-straight Regional Championships during Clemons’s career, as well as the 2018 Bixby Tournament title and 6A Academic State Titles in 2016 and 2018. They made four State Tournament appearances and one State finals appearance in 2015.

CPHS Softball: Kimi Presnell signs with Rogers State University

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Charles Page High School senior Kimi Presnell signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning to play softball for Rogers State University.

Presnell was a four-year starter for the Lady Sandites at second base. As a senior she amassed a .462 batting average, .808 slugging average, and .529 on-base percentage with 48 hits, 44 runs, 26 RBI, 6 home runs, and 15 stolen bases.

RSU is located in Claremore, Oklahoma and competes in the National Collegiate Athletics Association Division II in the Heartland Conference. They will be joining the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association in Fall of 2019. The Hillcats went 39-20 last season for a Conference Championship, led by fourth-year Head Coach Andrea Vaughan. It was their best record ever at the NCAA Division II level and Vaughan was named Conference and NCAA Division II Coach of the Year.

The Lady Sandites won four-straight Regional Championships during Presnell’s career, as well as the 2018 Bixby Tournament title and 6A Academic State Titles in 2016 and 2018. They made four State Tournament appearances and one State finals appearance in 2015.

Presnell was named to the All-District team in 2017 and 2018, was District Defensive Player of the Year in 2018 and made the All-Region and All-State teams this season.

CPHS Basketball: Destiny Johnson signs with University of Tulsa

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

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

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

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

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

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

CPHS Softball: Jacie Taber signs with Missouri State University

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Charles Page High School senior Jacie Taber signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning to play softball for Missouri State University.

Taber was a four-year starter for the Lady Sandites at pitcher and outfielder. As a senior she batted .411 with a .558 slugging average, .426 on-base percentage, 39 hits, 30 runs, 28 RBI, 2 home runs, and 11 steals.

Taber pitched a 6-1 record, 1.59 earned run average, 1.29 WHIP, and 33 strikeouts in 39.2 innings as a senior. In her career she went 35-11 with one save, a 1.99 ERA, 1.32 WHIP, and 255 strikeouts in 292.1 innings.

Missouri State is located in Springfield, Missouri and competes in the National Collegiate Athletic Association at the Division I level in the Missouri Valley Conference. The Bears went 32-20 last season under 31-year Head Coach Holly Hesse. Hesse has led her teams to a 781-767-2 record with two MVC regular season titles, five MVC Tournament titles, and five NCAA Tournament appearances.

The Lady Sandites won four-straight Regional Championships during Taber’s career, as well as the 2018 Bixby Tournament title and 6A Academic State Titles in 2016 and 2018. They made four State Tournament appearances and one State finals appearance in 2015.

Taber was named to the All-District team in 2016, 2017, and 2018 and was the District Pitcher of the Year the last two years. She made the All-Region and All-State teams in 2018.

CPHS Basketball: Holly Kersgieter signs with University of Kansas

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

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

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

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

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

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

CPHS Basketball: Isabella Regalado signs with Northeastern State University

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

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

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

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

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

CPHS Football: Class of 2019 Career Stats

26 members of the Charles Page High School varsity football team ended their high school careers recently, including several of the biggest playmakers on both sides of the ball.

Senior Career Stats

Passing
138-268-1768-14, 19TD, long 60 - Caden Pennington

Receiving
10-157, 2TD, long 47 - Colton Roberts
11-148, 1TD, long 35 - Garrett McCallie
4-61, 2TD, long 27 - Luke Bratcher
4-53, long 20 - Joel Mackey
2-14, long 10 - Cooper Mock

Rushing
137-950, 7TD, long 80 - Joel Mackey
231-736, 14TD, long 61 - Caden Pennington
42-137, long 28 - Garrett McCallie

Punt-AVG
6-37, long 46 - Caden Pennington
58-32, long 55 - Cameron Smith

Kick-AVG
1-51, long 51 - Cameron Smith

Kick Return
7-113, long 45 - Luke Bratcher
3-73, long 37 - Joel Mackey
5-53, long 21 - Garrett McCallie
1-4, long 4 - Cameron Smith

Interceptions
3-13 - Hayden Cramer
1-9 - Luke Bratcher

Pass Breakups
10 - Luke Bratcher
7 - Hayden Cramer
7 - Lucas Adcock
6 - Joel Mackey
1 - Justis Myers
1 - Garrett McCallie

Forced Fumbles
2 - Hayden Cramer
1 - Luke Bratcher
1 - Joel Mackey
1 - Lucas Adcock

Tackles
259 - Hayden Cramer
110 - Luke Bratcher
60 - Lucas Adcock
40 - Joel Mackey
28 - Justis Myers
22 - Cameron Smith
22 - JT Bristow
17 - Nick Biggs
16 - Cameron Lierly
10 - Cooper Mock
9 - Caleb Mallory
9 - Ty Rutledge
6 - Jake Wright
5 - Garrett McCallie
2 - Devin Britton
2 - Alex Courville
1 - Colton Roberts
1 - Landon Wise

Tackles For Loss
26-71 - Hayden Cramer
15-37 - Luke Bratcher
6-23 - Justis Myers
4-7 - Lucas Adcock
2-5 - Cameron Lierly
2-3 - JT Bristow
1-4 - Joel Mackey
1-3 Landon Wise

Sacks
4-17 - Justis Myers
4-14 - Luke Bratcher
2-15 - Hayden Cramer
1-3 - Landon Wise

Fumble Recoveries
3-1 - Luke Bratcher
1-24 - Joel Mackey
1-0 - Hayden Cramer
1-0 - Cameron Smith
1-0 - Ty Rutledge

Blocked Kicks
3 - Joel Mackey

Seniors

Football Players
Ty Rutledge
Eliga Franks
Lucas Adcock
Nick Biggs
Hayden Cramer
Knox Goggin
Tali Pannell
Stephen West
JT Bristow
Cooper Mock
Kyler Copeland
Joel Mackey
Cameron Lierly
Caleb Mallory
Cameron Smith
Jacob Wright
Caden Pennington
James McDougal
Colten Roberts
Luke Bratcher
Justis Myers
Alex Courville
Garrett McCallie
Devin Britton
Landon Wise
Kenyon McBride

Football Managers
Payton Branson
Sydney Palmer
Sara Robison
Ashlee Martindale

Mascot
Jacob Rampy

Dance Team
Audra Spencer
Emily Phifer
Joselyn Schinnerer
Kailey Clipp
Kendl Miller
Kennedy Rugg
Madison Armbruster
Mikayla Beck
Molly Hayduk

Cheer Team
Emma Carter
Page Caughman
Madison Englestead
Kristyn Fields
Chloe Hunt
Kennadee Snowden
Abbie White
Kimbree Davis

CPHS Football: Season Stats

Offense

First Down Efficiency
9.2 yards per pass attempt.
15 first downs, 6 touchdowns, 35%.
5.4 yards per carry.
34 first downs, 9 touchdowns, 22%.
6.2 yards per play.
49 first downs, 15 touchdowns, 25%.

Second Down Efficiency
5.0 yards per pass attempt.
10 first downs, 3 touchdowns, 28%.
6.9 yards per carry.
38 first downs, 9 touchdowns, 35%.
6.4 yards per play.
48 first downs, 12 touchdowns, 33%.

Third Down Efficiency
6.7 yards per pass attempt.
20 first downs, 4 touchdowns, 48%.
4.6 yards per carry.
25 first downs, 3 touchdowns, 44%.
5.5 yards per play.
45 first downs, 7 touchdowns, 46%.

Fourth Down Efficiency
7.0 yards per pass attempt.
4 first downs, 1 touchdown, 42%.
1.3 yards per carry.
6 first downs, 2 touchdowns, 50%.
3.7 yards per play.
10 first downs, 3 touchdowns, 46%.’

Red Zone Efficiency
29 penetrations.
22 touchdowns.
1 field goal.
4 turnovers on downs.
0 fumbles.
1 interception.
1 end of regulation.
79%.

Defense

First Down Efficiency
7.0 yards per pass attempt.
16 first downs, 3 touchdowns, 72%.
6.9 yards per carry.
29 first downs, 14 touchdowns, 77%.
6.9 yards per play.
45 first downs, 17 touchdowns, 75%.

Second Down Efficiency
9.4 yards per pass attempt.
22 first downs, 5 touchdowns, 56%.
5.6 yards per carry.
28 first downs, 12 touchdowns, 68%.
6.8 yards per play.
50 first downs, 17 touchdowns, 64%.

Third Down Efficiency
7.8 yards per pass attempt.
17 first down, 1 touchdown, 59%.
5.3 yards per carry.
26 first downs, 6 touchdowns, 51%.
6.3 yards per play.
43 first downs, 7 touchdowns, 54%.

Fourth Down Efficiency
3.5 yards per pass attempt.
2 first downs, 0 touchdowns, 67%.
5.0 yards per carry.
7 first downs, 4 touchdowns, 42%.
4.6 yards per play.
9 first downs, 4 touchdowns, 48%.

Red Zone Efficiency
41 penetrations.
32 touchdowns.
3 field goals.
5 turnovers on downs.
0 fumble recoveries.
0 interceptions.
1 end of regulation.
15%.

Average Box Score

Sand Springs
Points: 26.
First Downs: 16.
Fumbles/Lost: 2/1.
Penalties: 7-60.
C/A/Y/I: 9-15-121-1.
Rushing: 42-228.
Offense: 57-349.

Opponents
Points: 34.
First Downs: 16.
Fumbles/Lost: 2/1.
Penalties: 9-86.
C/A/Y/I: 10-17-145-0.
Rushing: 39-212.
Offense: 56-357.

Season-Best Performances

Offense
Points: 48 vs. Sapulpa
First Downs: 20 vs. Shawnee/Sapulpa.
Fumbles: 0 vs. Putnam.
Penalties: 1-5 vs. Mansfield.
Passes: 15 vs. Mansfield.
Pass Percentage: 89% vs. Sapulpa.
Passing Yards: 237 vs. Mansfield.
Yards per Attempt: 13.7 vs. Sapulpa.
Rushing Yards: 351 vs. Sapulpa.
Yards per Carry: 8.1 vs. Putnam.
Total Yards: 517 vs. Putnam.
Yards per Play: 8.9 vs. Putnam.

Defense
Points: 14 vs. Ponca City.
First Downs: 10 vs. Booker T. Washington.
Fumble Recoveries: 3 vs. Putnam.
Penalties: 1-5 vs. Mansfield.
Passes: 0 vs. Shawnee.
Pass Percentage: 0% vs. Shawnee.
Passing Yards: 0 vs. Shawnee.
Yards per Attempt: 0 vs. Shawnee.
Rushing Yards: 60 vs. Greenwood.
Yards per Carry: 2.7 vs. Ponca.
Total Yards: 215 vs. Ponca.
Yards per Play: 3.5 vs. Ponca.

Team Totals:

Passing: 87-153-1209-6, 14TD.
Rushing: 419-2275, 24TD.
Point After Kicks: 30/33.
Field Goals: 1/1, long 26.
Punt Return: 1-0.
Kick Return: 31-487.
Tackles for Loss: 46-135.
Sacks: 7-36.
Interceptions: 2.
Pass Breakups: 22.
Fumble Recoveries: 6.
Forced Fumbles: 2.
Blocked Kicks: 2.

Individual Stats

Passing
86-152-1168-6, 14TD, Long 60 Pennington.
1-1-41-0, Long 41 Foster.

Receiving
29-438, 6TD, Long 60 Hawkins.
20-224, 3TD, Long 24 Snograss.
11-166, 1TD, Long 44 Foster.
10-157, 2TD, Long 47 Roberts.
2-70, 1TD, Long 30 Roe.
4-53, Long 20 Mackey.
5-41, Long 15 King.
2-38, 1TD, Long 27 Bratcher.
3-22, Long 12 Wilkerson.

Rushing
136-942, 7TD, Long 80 Mackey.
149-729, 13TD, Long 61 Pennington.
101-475, 4TD, Long 42 Wilkerson
15-71, Long 28 McCallie.
7-23, Long 8 Jones.
2-19, Long 11 Snodgrass.
3-17, Long 11 Hawkins.
2-8, Long 7 Atkinson.
1-2 Mattison.
1-1 Roberts.
1-1 Smith.

PAT
30/33 Weiser.

Field Goals
1/1, Long 26 Weiser.

Punts-AVG
5-34.9, Long 46 Pennington.
18-33.3, Long 51 Smith.
1-16 Weiser.

Kicks-AVG
49-33.3, Long 54 Weiser.

Kick Return
13-196, Long 28 Snodgrass.
7-125, Long 27 King.
2-59, Long 37 Mackey.
2-38, Long 21 McCallie.
3-34, Long 17 Jones.
3-31, Long 14 Roe.
1-4 Smith.

Tackles
112 Cramer
47 Bratcher
45 Haley
37 Adcock
33 Peterman
28 Myers
22 Bristow
21 Glass
18 Smith
17 Biggs
16 Mackey
16 Jones
15 Dudley
15 Lierly
11 Hunter
11 Magee
8 Fitzgerald
8 Mallory
8 Rice
6 Wilkerson
4 Rutledge
3 Calico
3 Favela
3 Weathers
2 Weiser
2 Karnes
1 Snodgrass
1 King
1 Hawkins
1 Mattison
1 Roberts
1 Bell
1 Blair
1 Whitehorn
1 Johnson
1 Wise

Forced Fumbles
1 Bratcher
1 Cramer

Blocked Kicks
2 Mackey

Tackles For Loss
11-23 Cramer
11-23 Bratcher
7-24 Peterman
6-23 Myers
5-9 Glass
4-11 Magee
4-7 Adcock
2-5 Lierly
2-3 Bristow
1-6 Haley
1-5 Jones
1-3 Wise
1-2 Dudley
1-2 Whitehorn
1-1 Weathers
1-1 Johnson

Sacks
4-17 Myers
3-11 Bratcher
2-11 Peterman
1-3 Cramer
1-3 Wise

Breakups
7 Adcock
5 Haley
4 Bratcher
2 Mackey
1 Myers
1 Magee
1 Jones
1 Dudley

Interceptions
1 Dudley
1 Hawkins

Fumble Recoveries
2 Glass
1 Peterman
1 Smith
1 Rutledge

High School 6A-2 Football Rankings: Week 11

Class 6A-II Football Week 11 - Sandite Pride News Rankings

  1. Stillwater (10-0)
    Defeated Del City 35-21, hosts Muskogee Friday.

  2. Bixby (9-1)
    Defeated Muskogee 51-7, hosts Lawton Friday.

  3. Midwest City (8-2)
    Defeated Putnam West 50-7, hosts Sapulpa Friday.

  4. Del City (8-2)
    Lost 35-21 to Stillwater, travels to Booker T. Washington Friday.

  5. Booker T. Washington (7-3)
    Defeated Sand Springs 48-21, hosts Del City Friday.

  6. Lawton (6-4)
    Defeated Putnam City 56-7, travels to Bixby Friday.

  7. Muskogee (6-4)
    Lost 51-7 to Bixby, travels to Stillwater Friday.

  8. Sapulpa (7-3)
    Defeated Ponca City 48-24, travels to Midwest City Friday.

  9. Sand Springs (3-7)
    Lost 48-21 to Booker T. Washington.

  10. Choctaw (4-6)
    Lost 28-24 to Deer Creek.

  11. Bartlesville (4-6)
    Defeated Shawnee 58-51.

  12. Deer Creek (4-6)
    Defeated Choctaw 28-24.

  13. Shawnee (2-8)
    Lost 58-51 to Bartlesville.

  14. Putnam West (1-9)
    Lost 50-7 to Midwest City.

  15. Ponca City (0-10)
    Lost 48-24 to Sapulpa.

  16. Putnam City (0-10)
    Lost 56-7 to Lawton.

OSSAA 6A-II Final District Standings

District I
7-0 Stillwater (92)
6-1 Midwest City (71)
5-2 Del City (33)
4-3 Lawton (26)
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3-4 Deer Creek (-34)
2-5 Choctaw (-16)
1-6 Putnam West (-75)
0-7 Putnam City (-97)

District II
7-0 Bixby (104)
6-1 Booker T. Washington (76)
4-3 Sapulpa (-8)
4-3 Muskogee (17)
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3-4 Bartlesville (-27)
2-5 Shawnee (-55)
2-5 Sand Springs (-19)
0-7 Ponca City (-88)

Top Offense
(Points Scored per game)
43.8 Stillwater
42.9 Bixby
39.7 Lawton
37.0 Sapulpa
34.5 Del City
33.8 Midwest City
30.6 Choctaw
30.5 Booker T. Washington
29.9 Muskogee

Top Defense
(Points Allowed)
10.8 Bixby
15.8 Stillwater
16.3 Booker T. Washington
18.6 Midwest City
19.7 Del City
28.1 Deer Creek
28.8 Muskogee
29.5 Choctaw
31.0 Sapulpa

Margin of Victory
32.1 Bixby
28.0 Stillwater
15.2 Midwest City
14.8 Del City
14.2 Booker T. Washington
8.4 Lawton
6.0 Sapulpa
1.1 Choctaw
1.1 Muskogee

CPHS Football: 2018 Sandite Season Rewind

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The Charles Page High School varsity football team ended their season Friday with a 48-21 rout at No. 5 Booker T. Washington. Though their 3-7 record is their worst since 2011, and they snapped a six-year playoff streak, the team arguably wasn’t any worse than they have been in recent successful years.

The talent was there. The defense was killer, the O-line was stout, the special teams impressed on both returns and return coverage. The receiving unit was indisputably better than last season and senior quarterback Caden Pennington developed into a remarkable double-threat with fourteen touchdowns by air and thirteen on the ground.

Somehow, things just didn’t shake out.

More important than the scores and the records was the demonstration of just what exactly a Sandite is. When Head Coach Dustin Kinard was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, the entire community has rallied and is still rallying in support.

The second-longest tenured coach in Sand Springs history, Kinard has led the Sandites to a 63-67 record in twelve seasons with seven playoff appearances, three semifinal appearances, and one State Finals appearance.

The Sandites have held a prayer rally and numerous fundraisers to show their appreciation for his leadership. Colton’s Steak House and Rib Crib both made large donations, as did the Church That Matters Tailgate Team and the Sand Springs Rotary Club.

8/31/2018 Mansfield Summit 41 Sand Springs 28

The Sandites lost their season-opener to Mansfield Summit High School (5-4) in a Border Brawl match-up that pitted five Frontier Valley Conference teams against five Mansfield schools. They will travel to Texas next year.

While three of the Sandites’ losses were blown leads, this one was a Jaguar rout with a solid comeback attempt by the Oklahomans. A Texas State-committed quarterback led the Texans to a 34-7 first half advantage and 41-14 lead before the Sandites rallied with a 21-7 second half.

Game Leaders: Caden Pennington 14-20-196-0, 2TD passing. Jacob Snodgrass 7-109, 2TD receiving. Joel Mackey 15-97, 2TD rushing. Jaden Weiser 4/4 PAT. Mackey 2-59 kick return. Hayden Cramer 14 tackles, Brooks Dudley 1 interception.

9/6/2018 Sand Springs 45-24 Putnam City

The season looked promising when the Sandites routed Putnam City (0-10), but the win was watered down when the Pirates failed to win a game all season. Sand Springs led by as much as 35 points before sending in the backups.

Game Leaders: Pennington 9-15-169-0, 3TD passing. Daren Hawkins 3-43, 2TD receiving. Mackey 13-150, 1TD rushing. Weiser 5/6 PAT. McCallie 1-17 kick return. Cramer 8 tackles, 1 forced fumble. Brycen Peterman 3 tackles for loss, 1 fumble recovery.

9/14/2018 Greenwood 49 Sand Springs 13

The Sandites continued their recent tradition of scheduling an out-of-state powerhouse, traveling to the defending 6A State Champs from Greenwood, Arkansas (9-1). The Bulldogs took a 42-0 lead before sending in the backups.

Game Leaders: Pennington 15-95, 1TD rushing. Cramer 8 tackles.

9/21/2018 Shawnee 23, Sand Springs 20, OT

The loss to Greenwood was expected, the loss to Mansfield was unfortunate, but the Sandites didn’t really start hurting till their loss to Shawnee (2-8). Sand Springs was the better team than Shawnee this season, indisputably. Better offense, better defense, tougher schedule.

Mackey started hot with an eighty-yard TD run on the first play of the game, but things went downhill from there. A constant drizzle severely hindered Pennington’s pass game. The Sandites gave up a fumble that resulted in a touchdown, a red zone turnover on downs, and a fruitless red zone penetration that ended with the half. Both of their first half PATs failed.

The Sandites had their third failed red zone penetration late in the fourth quarter with an interception. In overtime Pennington had a wide open lane on fourth down, but slipped on the waterlogged turf to seal their fate. A Shawnee field goal secured the upset.

Game Leaders: Mackey 30-251, 1TD rushing. Cramer 13 tackles. Kaden Glass 1 fumble recovery.

9/28/2018 Muskogee 45 Sand Springs 27

Another blown lead for the Sandites, leading 27-24 to start the fourth quarter, and suffering a 21-0 fourth quarter shutout.

Game Leaders: Hawkins 1-60, 1TD receiving. Mackey 15-100, 1TD rushing. Weiser 3/3 PAT. Cramer 19 tackles.

10/5/2018 Bartlesville 29 Sand Springs 27

For the third-straight week, a blown fourth quarter lead. Up 20-16 to start the final stanza, and 27-23 with only 3:29 left, the Sandites gave up an eleven-play 88-yard touchdown drive. Pennington got the Sandites to midfield with five seconds left, but threw an interception to seal the upset.

Game Leaders: Pennington 6-13-138-1, 3TD passing. Hawkins 4-90, 2TD receiving. Pennington 13-95 rushing. Weiser 3/3 PAT. Snodgrass 3-43 kick return. Cramer 12 tackles, 1 sack. Luke Bratcher 10 tackles, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble.

10/12/2018 Sand Springs 35 Ponca City 14

The Sandites secured their first district win when they hosted Ponca City (0-10). The game could easily have been a 35-0 shutout but defensive indifference took hold and the Wildcats scored with 21 seconds left in the half and 13 seconds left in the game.

Game Leaders: Pennington 14-22-165-1, 2TD passing. Snodgrass 5-51, 1TD receiving. Pennington 8-64, 2TD rushing. Weiser 5/5 PAT. Cramer 9 tackles, 3 for loss.

10/18/2018 Bixby 35 Sand Springs 0

The loss to Bixby was expected. The Spartans (9-1) own the best defense in 6A-II and notched three shutouts this season, including the third highest-scoring offense in the state from Sapulpa.

Game Leaders: Colton Roberts 3-64 receiving. Justis Myers 5 tackles, 1 sack. Jerret Haley 4 tackles, 3 breakups. Mackey blocked kick.

10/26/2018 Sand Springs 48 Sapulpa 34

Pennington played the game of his life for an upset of the Sandites arch-rivals from Sapulpa (7-3) with seven touchdowns. His six rushing scores were the second-most scored in a single game in school history.

This game showed the Sandites’ true potential, and the “what could have been” for the season. Sapulpa beat Bartlesville and Shawnee, and Sand Springs easily handled their Highway 97 counterparts.

Game Leaders: Pennington 8-9-123-0, 1TD. Hawkins 5-77 receiving. Pennington 28-212, 6TD rushing. Weiser 6/6 PAT. Cramer 8 tackles. Cameron Smith fumble recovery.

11/2/2018 Booker T. Washington 48 Sand Springs 21

Spurred on by their prior week’s success, the Sandites made a valiant effort against the defending State Champions (7-3) but couldn’t overcome an 0-20 start.

Game Leaders: Pennington 8-13-89-0, 2TD passing. Hawkins 7-78, 1TD receiving. Pennington 22-68, 1TD rushing. Weiser 3/3 PAT. Aaron King 5-94 kick return. Cramer 16 tackles, 3 for loss.

CPHS Football: Sandites end season 48-21 at Booker T. Washington

 Luke Bratcher scored his first touchdown of the season Friday night at SE Williams Stadium. (Photo: Morgan Miller).

Luke Bratcher scored his first touchdown of the season Friday night at SE Williams Stadium. (Photo: Morgan Miller).

The Class 6A-II No. 10 ranked Charles Page High School football team (3-7, 2-5) gave the defending State Champions a run for their money, but ultimately couldn’t overcome an early deficit Friday night at SE Williams Stadium.

No. 5 ranked Booker T. Washington (7-3, 6-1) topped the Sandites 48-21 on a brisk Hornet Senior Night to finish second in district play and end the Sandites’ season.

The Hornets scored on six of nine drives and punted three times, averaging five plays for 34 yards per possession. The Sandites averaged five plays and 21 yards per possession, fumbling twice, scoring thrice, punting four times, and giving up one turnover on downs.

Senior quarterback Caden Pennington was 8-13-89-0 passing with touchdown passes to Daren Hawkins and Luke Bratcher. Hawkins caught seven passes for 78 yards and Bratcher caught one pass for eleven yards and his first score of the season.

Pennington carried 22 times for 68 yards and a twenty-yard touchdown, while senior running back Joel Mackey had twelve touches for sixty yards. Jaden Weiser was a perfect three-for-three on extra points, Hayden Cramer tallied sixteen tackles, and Aaron King averaged nineteen yards on five kick returns.

Though the 48-21 score looks lopsided from the outside, the Sandites actually kept pace with the Hornets for the middle half of the game. Unfortunately the 21-21 tie was sandwiched between a 0-20 start and 0-7 finish.

Thomas Grayson scored on the Hornets’ opening drive with a 32-yard fourth-down run for a 7-0 first quarter shutout. Freshman quarterback Gentry Williams scored on a nine-yard keeper on the first play of the second quarter, then Kiero Petross returned a Pennington fumble 25 yards for the 20-0 lead. Drew Wilkie kicked the first two extra points, but Cramer prevented a two-point run on the third score.

Pennington got the Sandites on the board with a thirteen-yard strike to Hawkins, capping a four-play forty-yard drive with four minutes left in the half. The home team used their longest drive of the game to drain the clock, marching 68 yards in ten plays for a 27-7 halftime lead, scoring on a sixteen-yard pass from Williams to Gentry Dalton.

The Sandites forced a punt on the opening drive of the second half, then scored on an eleven-yard pass to Bratcher to cut it to 27-14.

Williams responded with an eighteen-yard touchdown run and a 35-yard touchdown pass to Daxton Hill to make it 41-14.

Pennington added the Sandites’ final points of the night on a twenty-yard run with 6:58 to play.

Senior backup Dwight Hamilton took over for the Hornets and capped his senior night perfectly with a fifty-yard strike to Javian Hester. Wilkie kicked the final point to complete the rout.

The Sandites finished with their first regular-season losing record since going 3-7 in 2011 and snapped a six-year playoff streak. Booker T. Washington is headed to the playoffs for the seventh straight year and will host No. 4 Del City (7-3) Friday at 7:30 p.m.

Week 10 Results
No. 1 Stillwater 35-21 No. 4 Del City
No. 2 Bixby 51-7 No. 7 Muskogee
No. 3 Midwest City 50-7 No. 14 Putnam West
No. 6 Lawton 56-7 No. 16 Putnam City
No. 8 Sapulpa 48-24 No. 15 Ponca City
No. 13 Deer Creek 28-24 No. 9 Choctaw
No. 11 Bartlesville 58-51 No. 12 Shawnee

Post Season Qualifiers
District 1
7-0 Stillwater
6-1 Midwest City
5-2 Del City
4-3 Lawton
District 2
7-0 Bixby
6-1 Booker T. Washington
4-3 Muskogee
4-3 Sapulpa

CPHS Football Halftime Report: Sandite trail defending State Champs 27-7

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The Charles Page High School football team is down 27-7 at halftime against the defending State Champions from Booker T. Washington.

The first quarter was heavy defense with four punts and only one first down.

Thomas Grayson was first on the scoreboard with a 32-yard fourth-down run for the Hornets, while Sand Springs punted all three of their possession.

Washington put together a six-play sixty-yard drive and freshman quarterback Gentry Williams scored with a nine-yard run on the first play of the second period.

The Hornet defense showed off once again as Kiero Petross recovered a Caden Pennington fumble and took it 25 yards for a touchdown. Drew Wilkie made his first two point-after kicks, but the Hornets attempted a two-point run this time and Hayden Cramer blew it up.

Trailing 20-0, the Sandites put together their first effective drive, picking up two first downs and traveling 32 yards before two fouls and a negative run forced them to punt on fourth-and-nineteen.

The Sandite defense came up strong once again, forcing their second three-and-out of the night, and this time the offense got hot as well. Pennington hit Daren Hawkins for ten, ran it seventeen, then hit Hawkins for thirteen in a four-play forty-yard march to avert the first half shutout. Jaden Weiser’s point after kick made it 20-7.

Washington responded handily with a ten-play 68-yard drive and sixteen-yard touchdown pass from Williams to Gentry Dalton. Wilkie kicked the final point of the half.

Skordle Halftime Scores
Del City 14-6 Stillwater
Choctaw 17-14 Deer Creek
Sapulpa 27-7 Ponca City
Midwest City 29-0 Putnam West
Bixby 37-7 Muskogee
Bartlesville 15-14 Shawnee
Thursday Scores
Lawton 56-7 Putnam City

Halftime Box Score
BTW 27 CPHS 7
First Downs: BTW 6, CPHS 4.
Fumbles/Lost: CPHS 1/1.
Penalties: BTW 7-75, CPHS 4-35.
Passing: BTW 4-8-58-0, CPHS 2-4-23-0.
Rushing: BTW 18-132, CPHS 20-52.
Offense: BTW 26-190, CPHS 24-75.

CPHS Cross Country: Jacob Smith places 61st at State Championship

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Charles Page High School senior Jacob Smith finished his high school Cross Country career strong as the lone Sand Springs qualifier for the OSSAA 6A State Championship. He placed 61st out of 111 athletes last Saturday in Edmond, completing the 5K run in 17:56.3.

Mustang sophomore Gabe Simonsen won the race in 16:22.2, less than a second ahead of Deer Creek senior Steven Clark. Deer Creek won the boys’ team title with a score of 66 and the girls’ team title with a score of 87. Norman High School senior Sophia Maag won the girls’ race in 18:49.9.

Frontier Valley Conference teams performed well at the event. Owasso placed second in both races, Jenks placed fourth in girls and eighth in boys, Bixby placed seventh in girls, Broken Arrow placed eighth in girls and seventh in boys, Bartlesville placed tenth in girls and fourth in boys, and Union placed thirteenth in boys. Broken Arrow freshman Payton Hinkle placed second in 18:52.7 and will be a strong contender in years to come.

Lady Sandite Season Results

Jazmin Lopez
14:27 Sapulpa 12th (2Mile)
22:50 Kiefer 12th
23:49 Holland Hall 56th
24:11 Owasso 51st
24:20 Regionals 75th
24:51 Conference 56th
24:57 Broken Arrow 72nd

Sara Abbet
14:34 Sapulpa 15th (2Mile)
23:17 Conference 43rd
23:21 Regionals 60th
23:37 Holland Hall 52nd
23:43 Owasso 50th
24:04 Kiefer 17th
24:29 Broken Arrow 69th
25:26 Sand Springs 25th

Teagan Smith
15:03 Sapulpa 18th (2Mile)
25:02 Holland Hall 75th
25:10 Owasso 67th
25:14 Kiefer 20th
25:14 Conference 58th
26:01 Broken Arrow 74th
26:59 Regionals 94th
28:10 Sand Springs 46th

Wanageeska Williams
6:46 Sapulpa 11th (1Mile)
25:11 Holland Hall 78th
25:15 Kiefer 21st
25:41 Conference 61st
25:49 Regionals 85th
26:28 Broken Arrow 88th
27:12 Sand Springs 37th
27:30 Owasso 96th

Erika Baker
14:34 Sapulpa 13th (2Mile)
22:31 Kiefer 9th
22:50 Regionals 50th
23:24 Holland Hall 47th
23:40 Owasso 49th
24:06 Conference 48th
24:19 Sand Springs 19th
26:07 Broken Arrow 74th

Chezney Kelley
14:51 Sapulpa 16th (2Mile)
22:42 Kiefer 10th
23:03 Conference 39th
23:12 Holland Hall 42nd
23:20 Owasso 39th
24:19 Broken Arrow 66th
24:30 Sand Springs 20th
24:54 Regionals 80th

Elizabeth Watts
15:47 Sapulpa 21st (2Mile)
25:06 Holland Hall 77th
26:48 Conference 66th
27:04 Sand Springs 35th
27:31 Regionals 99th
27:37 Broken Arrow 95th

Victoria Baker
25:42 Conference 62nd
25:47 Kiefer 23rd
26:21 Owasso 84th
26:22 Holland Hall 87th
29:54 Sand Springs 57th

Sandite Season Results

Nelson Yazzie
10:40 Sapulpa 5th (2Mile)
17:14 Kiefer 5th
17:35 Broken Arrow 11th
17:48 Holland Hall 19th
17:56 State 61st
17:57 Owasso 24th
18:01 Conference 24th
18:07 Regionals 36th
18:41 Sand Springs 11th

Jacob Smith
11:10 Sapulpa 12th (2Mile)
16:50 Kiefer 2nd
17:25 Owasso 11th
17:32 Holland Hall 12th
17:56 Conference 23rd
17:59 Regionals 29th
18:19 Broken Arrow 33rd
18:34 Sand Springs 10th

Danny Murray
11:47 Sapulpa 27th (2Mile)
18:30 Holland Hall 28th
18:45 Conference 37th
18:49 Regionals 64th
19:09 Owasso 58th
19:50 Broken Arrow 80th
20:17 Sand Springs 37th

Cameron McCrary
12:41 Sapulpa 49th (2Mile)
18:09 Kiefer 13th
18:56 Holland Hall 44th
19:22 Regionals 74th
20:41 Sand Springs 44th

Aden Baughman
10:55 Sapulpa 7th (2Mile)
16:52 Kiefer 4th
17:26 Owasso 13th
17:45 Holland Hall 18th
18:13 Conference 27th
18:33 Regionals 55th
19:25 Sand Springs 23rd
20:07 Broken Arrow 83rd

Jaelyn Jackson
11:24 Sapulpa 17th (2Mile)
17:44 Kiefer 9th
18:26 Owasso 38th
18:49 Conference 38th
18:50 Regionals 57th
19:07 Holland Hall 51st
19:45 Sand Springs 27th

Caleb James
12:27 Sapulpa 44th (2Mile)
19:58 Kiefer 25th
20:50 Broken Arrow 98th
21:43 Owasso 101st
22:17 Sand Springs 59th

Alejandro Lopez
19:02 Kiefer 19th
19:19 Holland Hall 55th
19:30 Conference 49th
19:54 Regionals 84th
20:02 Owasso 79th
20:22 Broken Arrow 89th

Kaegan Murray
20:42 Conference 59th
21:26 Broken Arrow 104th