CPHS Football: Sandites fall 23-20 in OT at Shawnee, Mackey runs for 251

The Class 6A-II No. 8 ranked Charles Page High School football team (1-3, 0-1) took a 12-6 halftime lead into the locker room Friday night in Shawnee, but the No. 15 ranked Wolves (1-3, 1-0) took advantage of key Sand Springs turnovers to force overtime, winning 23-20 before a small crowd of dedicated fans in a relentless chilling drizzle.

Joel Mackey made a statement with an eighty-yard touchdown run on the first play of the game, and racked up a career-high 251 yards and one touchdown on thirty carries. Caden Pennington was held to a 5-11-79-1 passing performance due to the rain, but accumulated 78 yards and two touchdowns on the ground.

The Sandites forced a punt on Shawnee’s opening drive, but fumbled the ball away to Elijah Powis at their own 26. Four plays later and Tre’Juan Shaw punched it in from twenty yards out. Their PAT sailed wide and the teams were tied up at 6-6.

The Sandites gave up a turnover on downs at the Shawnee thirteen, but caught a break with a fumble recovery from freshman Kaden Glass. This time they hit pay dirt on a sixteen-yard run from Pennington, but once again the point-after attempt failed. They had one more chance to score before the half, but Demetress Beavers broke up a red zone pass attempt as time expired.

Shawnee tied it up on the opening drive of the third quarter with a 27-yard run from Shaw, but Jerret Haley stopped a two-point run attempt from Trenton Skinner. They took the lead soon after with a five-yard run from Shaw, who also punched in the two-point conversion.

The Sandites tied it on an eighty-yard march and one-yard keeper, with a Pennington two-point conversion as well. Justis Myers made a crucial sack on a fourth-down attempt in the Sandite red zone and the Sandites put together one last push.

Ten plays later the Sandites threatened at the Shawnee 22-yard line, but Kaiden Johnson caught Pennington’s first interception of the season to force overtime.

Both teams got four downs from the ten-yard line in overtime. Shawnee won the toss and elected to play defense first.

The ground game proved fruitless for Sand Springs and they tried a shotgun formation on fourth-and-six. Pennington scrambled out of a collapsed pocket and had a wide open lane to the left, but the weather struck once again as his feet slid out from under him on the soaking turf.

Shawnee made no gains on their first two carries and threw an incompletion, but Kossi Kodoe connected on a 27-yard field goal to secure the upset victory.

Sand Springs will return to action Friday at home with a district bout against No. 6 Muskogee (3-1, 1-0). The Wolves will host No. 16 Ponca City (0-4, 0-1). Muskogee defeated Ponca City 16-7 on Friday.

CPHS Football: Sandites up 12-6 at halftime, Mackey has 165 yards

The Class 6A-II No. 8 ranked Charles Page High School football team took a 12-6 halftime lead into the locker room Friday night in Shawnee, despite doubling the No. 15 ranked Wolves (0-3) in offensive yardage.

Joel Mackey made a statement with an eighty-yard touchdown run on the first play of the game, but Jaden Weiser’s point-after kick was low.

The Sandites forced a punt on Shawnee’s opening drive, but fumbled the ball away to Elijah Powis at their own 26. Four plays later and Tre’Juan Shaw punched it in from twenty yards out. Their PAT sailed wide and the teams were tied up at 6-6.

Senior quarterback Caden Pennington picked up sixteen yards for a first down on the first play of their next drive. Mackey carried the ball to the eighteen, Pennington snagged seven more, but an incomplete fourth-down pass turned the ball over.

Sand Springs got a big break on the second play of the second quarter when freshman standout Kaden Glass recovered a fumbled lateral and set up a four-play 56-yard drive capped by a sixteen-yard scoring run from Pennington. Once again the point-after failed, but the Sandites were back out front at 12-6.

Three punts later and the Sandites put together another solid drive, parking at the Shawnee nine-yard line. The clock was their enemy, however, and Demetress Beavers broke up a third-down endzone pass as time expired.

Sand Springs attempted only five passes in the first half, while Shawnee attempted zero due to the rainy conditions. Mackey ended up with fifteen carries for 165 yards, including 134 in the first quarter. Pennington had an even fifty yards on two passes, including a fourteen-yard shovel pass to Jacob Snodgrass, and a impressive 36-yard deep ball to Colton Roberts.

CPHS Volleyball: Sandites drop matches to Owasso and Cascia Hall

The Charles Page High School varsity volleyball team (5-15) dropped a 3-1 match to 5A No. 4 Cascia Hall (22-8) Thursday evening, giving the eight-time State Championship-winning program a run for their money on their home court.

Cascia needed only six kills to steal the first set from Sand Springs, who committed thirteen errors. The Sandites actually led in kills with seven, including three from Madison Burris, and both teams had three aces. After doubling down 12-6 on Sand Springs, the Commandos gave up six-straight for a tie score. Devree Youngblood scored all three Sandite aces during that run. The home team quickly adjusted, however, and rattled off a six-straight streak of their own en route to a 25-16 win.

The Sandites brought their A game in Set Two, however, winning a 27-25 thriller. Youngblood and Campfield scored three kills apiece and Campfield hit two aces, but the difference-maker was the Commandos’ twelve errors. Cascia only led for four rallies, but the game tied eleven times.

Cascia found another gear in the third game, rallying from a 7-4 deficit to a 20-10 lead. Sand Springs found kills from Campfield, Burris, and Cheyenne Henry to try and battle back, but the Commandos won four in a row to close the deal at 25-15. The Sandites out-killed the Commandos 12-11, led by Henry with five, but committed ten errors to Cascia’s three.

Sand Springs led for the entirety of the fourth set before blowing a 19-11 lead. Cascia won five rallies straight, Rachel Hines scored one for the Sandites, then Cascia won four more to tie it at 20-20. Two Commando errors and a Campfield ace made it 23-20 and it looked like Campfield would serve another ace. Instead, a dogpile of Commandos managed to miraculously dig the ball out and caught the Sandites in a campfire. Two kills tied it, Youngblood made it 24-23, then Cascia rattled off three more points for the 26-24 win.

On Tuesday the Sandites traveled to No. 8 Owasso (17-6) and fell 3-0.

The Lady Sandites fell into an 11-2 hole in the first set before Raylynn Mong scored their first kill on a tipped ball. They began to battle back from there and closed the deficit to 16-11 with kills from Madison Burris, Cheyenne Henry, Devree Youngblood, Vanessa Wyrick and Cloe Campfield, but the Rams turned up the heat and rocketed forward to a 25-13 win with ten kills, two blocks, and four aces. Madison Blaylock had five digs in the set.

The second set was only a one-point improvement as the Rams won 25-14 with twelve kills and a dozen Sand Springs errors. Owasso won the third set 25-15 with a dozen kills and eleven Sandite errors.

Sand Springs will return to action Tuesday at 6:15 p.m. with a home match against Bixby.

Frontier Valley Conference Standings
7-0 No. 11 Broken Arrow (14-8)
5-1 No. 6 Jenks (15-10)
5-1 No. 8 Owasso (17-6)
5-3 No. 14 Bixby (12-9)
5-3 No. 16 Union (10-12)
4-2 Sand Springs (5-15)
2-5 No. 20 Bartlesville (5-16)
0-4 Booker T. Washington (4-8)
0-6 Sapulpa (3-12)
0-7 No. 19 Muskogee (14-13)

CH 3 CPHS 1 (25-16, 27-25, 15-25, 26-24)
Kills: CH 41, CPHS 41.
Blocks: CH 5, CPHS 3.
Aces: CH 10, CPHS 8.
Service Errors: CH 3, CPHS 12.
Errors: CH 30, CPHS 43.

(Sand Springs only)
Kills: Youngblood 11, Campfield 9, Burris 7, Henry 6, Wyrick 4, Mong 3, Hines 1.
Assists: Burris 16, Mong 15, Campfield 2.
Solo Blocks: Wyrick 1.
Assisted Blocks: Harris 1, Wyrick 1, Hines 1, Henry 1.
Aces: Campfield 4, Youngblood 3, Wyrick 1.
Digs: Blaylock 6, Campfield 2, Burris 1, Youngblood 1, Mong 1.

OHS 3 CPHS 0 (25-13, 25-14, 25-15)
Kills: OHS 34, CPHS 18.
Blocks: OHS 3, CPHS 2.
Aces: OHS 5.
Service Errors: OHS 5, CPHS 8.
Errors: OHS 22, CPHS 32.

(Sand Springs only)
Kills: Campfield 5, Youngblood 4, Henry 3, Burris 2, Wyrick 2, Mong 1.
Assists: Burris 6, Mong 3, Blaylock 1, Youngblood 1, Wyrick 1, Hines 1.
Solo Blocks: Wyrick 1.
Assisted Blocks: Youngblood 1, Henry 1.
Digs: Blaylock 5, Burris 1, Youngblood 1.

CPHS Softball: Sandites run-rule Stillwater 13-3, Usher and Presnell hit home runs

After suffering their first district loss of the season last week, the Lady Sandites could easily have fallen into a slump. Instead, they rallied to their best offensive performance of the season for a 13-3 run-rule victory over Stillwater High School (15-6, 5-3) Tuesday evening on their home field.

Stillwater is the number-three team in the district, even after the loss, but the Sandites beat them as easily as everyone else who crosses their path. The Charles Page High School softball team (17-5, 7-1) batted .483 with fourteen hits, their best percentage in the past 25 games.

Rogers State University-committed senior Kimi Presnell hit a triple and a home run, while junior Sabrina Usher hit a double and her fifth home-run of the season. Missouri State commit Jacie Taber (2-0, 31-10) got the win on the mound, giving up no runs, two hits, and one walk with three strikeouts in three innings.

Stillwater threatened early, loading the bases with two walks and an error, but Taber’s first strikeout of the night left them wanting and the Sandites came in to start the slugfest.

Makenna Skaggs bounced a double off the center field wall and was joined on base by Usher with a walk and Jenson Arnold with a single. Taber brought in Skaggs on a sacrifice and Cameron Clemons cleaned up with a 2RBI single into right field.

The Lady Sandites brought a 3-0 lead into the bottom of the second and Presnell smashed a solo home run over the center field wall.

Taber stranded two hits with a strikeout in the top of the third, and Elizabeth Luttrell singled in Jolee McNally to make it 5-0.

Presnell kicked off the fourth with a triple and came in on a single from Skaggs, who in turn scored on Usher’s home run.

Julia Cottrill got the Pioneers on the board with a two-run homer in the top of the fifth and Sidney McLaughlin singled in Gracie Ore, but the Sandites surged ahead for the run-rule in the bottom of the inning.

Madison Lee scored on a wild pitch, Usher doubled in Presnell, Arnold doubled in Usher, and Clemons singled in Drew Hawkins. Taber scored on a wild pitch to secure the victory.

Madelyn Blair (7-1, 26-6) pitched the last two innings, throwing four hits, one strikeout, and one walk.

Sand Springs will return to action Thursday at Broken Arrow (27-3, 8-0), a must-have win if they hope to remain in contention for the District Title. The Tigers defeated the Sandites 2-5 in a come-from-behind seventh inning rally last Thursday.

CPHS 13 SHS 3
Hits: CPHS 14, SHS 6.
Walks: CPHS 4, SHS 3.
Strikeouts: CPHS 3, SHS 4.
Steals: CPHS 3.
Sacrifices: CPHS 1.

District 6A-4 Standings
8-0 Broken Arrow (57 district points)
7-1 Sand Springs (67)
5-3 Stillwater (36)
3-6 Ponca City (-43)
2-7 Sapulpa (-53)
0-8 Putnam North (-64)

CPHS Cross Country: Sandites host first-ever 5K, Boys place 4th, Girls 5th

Sand Springs hosted its first-ever cross country meet Saturday at Case Community Park. The Case Cross Country Invitational combined high school and junior high running with the Eighth Annual Conner’s Classic 5K.

The Conner’s Classic is an annual Sand Springs Public Schools Cross Country fundraiser, named for a former special needs student who is unable to run on his own. Elementary Coach Chris Corbin pushes Conner Williamson in an adult racing stroller each year so that the Sandite can participate.

The Conner’s Classic was previously held at Ray Brown Park next to Charles Page High School. This year it was held at Case as the opener before the school races began. Danyel Swafford (43) won the women’s run in 23:55 with a remarkable 2:14 lead on the runner-up, Gina Myers (36). Both ladies are from Sand Springs. Lydon Swafford (13) won the men’s run in 22:21 followed by Michael Randolph (41) in 23:49, both from Sand Springs.

Deer Creek High School from Edmond won all four high school categories, both men and women’s varsity and men and women’s junior varsity. Bartlesville Junior High won the girls’ race and Jenks Junior High won the boys’.

Sand Springs placed fifth of eight teams in the girls’ varsity race. The varsity boys placed fourth of eleven and the JV boys placed sixth of nine. The Lady Sandites did not field a full team for junior varsity.

Deer Creek sophomore Aubrey Byers won varsity girls in 20:34 followed by Grove sophomore Rory Geer in 21:43. Junior Erika Baker led the Lady Sandites with a nineteenth place finish in 24:19.

Deer Creek dominated the boys’ competition, winning the first four places and six of the top eight. Senior Steven Clark won in 17:05 closely followed by junior teammate Jack Reed in 17:08. Sandite senior Jacob Smith cracked the top ten in 18:34 with a narrow lead on teammate Nelson Yazzie in 18:41.

Deer Creek won the top eight places in JV girls and thirteen of the top fourteen, led by Zenaida Burgos in 23:01. Haylee Alford was the lone Lady Sandite in JV and finished 24th place in 29:07.

Freshman Landon Harrod led the Deer Creek JV boys in 18:22. The Antlers won six of the top seven spots. Kaegan Murray placed 28th for the Sandites in 21:11.

The Sandites will return to action October 4th, 2018 at the Owasso Invitational in Mohawk Park.

Varsity Girls 5K
(Sand Springs Individuals)
24:19 Erika Baker - 19th
24:30 Chezney Kelley - 20th
25:26 Sara Abbet - 25th
27:04 Elizabeth Watts - 35th
27:12 Wanageeska Williams - 37th
28:10 Teagan Smith - 46th
29:54 Victoria Baker - 57th
(Team Placement)
1. Deer Creek
2. Bartlesville
3. Grove
4. Stillwater
5. Sand Springs
6. Thomas Edison
7. Mannford
8. Broken Arrow

JV Girls 5K
(Sand Springs)
29:07 Haylee Alford - 24th
(Team Placement)
1. Deer Creek
2. Berryhill
3. Bartlesville
4. Thomas Edison
5. Will Rogers

Junior High Girls - 1 Mile
(Sand Springs)
8:32 Ty Davis - 70th
(Team Placement)
1. Bartlesville
2. Jenks
3. Mannford
4. Edison Preparatory
5. Bixby
6. Grove
7. Berryhill
8. Anderson

Conner’s Classic 5K
23:55 Danyel Swafford - 1st
26:09 Gina Myers - 2nd
28:19 Barbara Pinkerton - 3rd
29:00 Candice Marshall - 4th
29:03 Alison Day - 5th
29:32 Holly Kersgieter - 6th
29:58 Bayleigh Cheney - 7th
32:37 Kassandra Burgess - 8th
33:04 Isabella Regalado - 9th
33:29 Christina Frisbie - 10th
33:58 Haden Brown - 11th
34:05 Paige Myers - 12th
34:47 Carole Cothran - 13th
35:02 Tami Lee - 14th
35:11 Megan Perkins - 15th
36:07 Toby Nightengale - 16th
36:15 Amber Burdge - 17th
36:17 Angela Calhoun - 18th
37:14 Jentry Hughes - 19th
37:18 Julia Wolf - 20th
37:18 Jade Shrum - 21st
37:19 McKenzie Harris - 22nd
37:38 Tammy Collins - 23rd
37:42 Melissa Cronin - 24th
42:22 Charitee Elias - 25th
42:22 Morgan Poletek - 26th
42:23 Brynlee Slankard - 27th
42:43 Ashley Lambert - 28th
42:43 Makayla Davis - 29th
42:44 Katie Daniels - 30th
45:08 Daniela Solis - 31st
45:08 Jordan Darrian - 32nd
46:10 Kaitlynn Roberts - 33rd
46:11 Kaslynn Horton - 34th
46:28 Libby Colson - 35th
46:29 Caylee O’Bryan - 36th
46:29 Madison Morris - 37th
47:35 Tori McAllister - 38th
47:35 Shaynne Cook - 39th
47:35 Cherysh Meyers - 40th


Varsity Boys 5K
(Sand Springs Individuals)
18:34 Jacob Smith - 10th
18:41 Nelson Yazzie - 11th
19:25 Aden Baughman - 23rd
19:45 Jaelyn Jackson - 27th
20:17 Danny Murray - 37th
20:41 Cameron McCrary - 44th
22:17 Caleb James - 59th
(Team Placement)
1. Deer Creek
2. Bartlesville
3. Stillwater
4. Sand Springs
5. Thomas Edison
6. Broken Arrow
7. Sapulpa
8. Riverfield Country Day
9. Grove
10. Mannford
11. Tulsa School of Arts & Sciences

JV Boys 5K
(Sand Springs)
21:11 Kaegan Murray - 28th
22:23 Alejandro Lopez - 47th
23:29 Chandler Blake - 67th
25:28 Sean Kuehn - 96th
26:20 David Rigsby - 107th
26:31 Colton Sanders - 110th
26:40 Christian West - 112th
26:58 Dalton Wilcox - 117th
27:41 Matt Wilkerson - 126th
29:33 Noah Hanlon - 134th
29:34 Nicholas Sango - 135th
31:27 Caleb Garzone - 144th
32:39 Mitchell Medford - 149th
(Team Placement)
1. Deer Creek
2. Bartlesville
3. Stillwater
4. Broken Arrow
5. Thomas Edison
6. Sand Springs
7. Sapulpa
8. Berryhill
9. Will Rogers

Junior High Boys 1 Mile
(Sand Springs)
6:24 Kodah Gregory - 22nd
7:27 Zac Davis - 55th
7:59 Garrett Sorenson - 66th
8:22 Braden Gregory - 78th
(Team Placement)
1. Jenks
2. Bartlesville
3. Edison Prep
4. Berryhill
5. Grove
6. Bixby
7. Tulsa Honor
8. Riverfield

Conner’s Classic 5K
22:21 Lydon Swafford - 1st
23:49 Michael Randolph - 2nd
24:03 Bryan Chatham - 3rd
26:17 Chris Corbin - 4th
26:38 Jeff McKnight - 5th
27:02 Dru Thomas - 6th
27:45 Michael Marshall - 7th
28:46 Micah Burdge - 8th
28:52 Jeff Myers - 9th
29:36 Coy Cariness - 10th
29:42 Sean Swafford - 11th
29:57 Justin Carnahan - 12th
31:03 Larry Flemming - 13th
31:14 Dell Chambers - 14th
32:50 Steve Crider - 15th
32:58 Jackson Burdge - 16th
34:45 Kelleen Calhoun - 17th
46:31 Matt Watkins - 18th

High School 6A Football and Volleyball Rankings: 9/17/2018

Class 6A Volleyball Week 5 - OSSAA Rankings

  1. Edmond Santa Fe (18-2)

  2. Edmond Memorial (18-3)

  3. Deer Creek (15-5)

  4. Stillwater (14-6)

  5. Norman North (15-5)

  6. Jenks (13-10)

  7. Edmond North (14-10)

  8. Owasso (16-6)

  9. Yukon (14-6)

  10. Mustang (19-6)

  11. Broken Arrow (12-8)

  12. Shawnee (20-6)

  13. Southmoore (8-13)

  14. Bixby (11-8)

  15. Choctaw (17-8)

  16. Union (10-11)

Class 6A-II Football Week 4 - Sandite Pride News Rankings

  1. Booker T. Washington (1-2)
    Coming off bye week. Hosts Bartlesville Thursday.

  2. Midwest City (2-1)
    Coming off bye week. Hosts Lawton Friday.

  3. Bixby (2-1)
    Shutout Putnam City 64-0. Travels to Sapulpa Friday.

  4. Lawton (2-1)
    Defeated Eisenhower 42-13.

  5. Stillwater (3-0)
    Defeated Southmoore 49-15. Travels to Deer Creek Friday.

  6. Muskogee (2-1)
    Defeated Putnam City West 34-29. Hosts Ponca City Friday.

  7. Del City (2-1)
    Defeated Bartlesville 33-7. Hosts Choctaw Friday.

  8. Sand Springs (1-2)
    Lost 49-13 to Greenwood, AR. Travels to Shawnee Friday.

  9. Choctaw (2-1)
    Lost 46-21 to Putnam City North.

  10. Sapulpa (3-0)
    Defeated East Central 49-12.

  11. Bartlesville (1-2)
    Lost 33-7 to Del City.

  12. Deer Creek (1-2)
    Defeated Edmond Memorial 34-13

  13. Putnam City (0-3)
    Lost 64-0 to Bixby. Host Putnam West Friday.

  14. Putnam West (0-3)
    Lost 34-29 to Muskogee.

  15. Shawnee (0-3)
    Lost 47-7 to Carl Albert

  16. Ponca City (0-3)
    Lost 28-0 to Collinsville.

CPHS Football: Sandites head to Shawnee for first time in 21 years

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The Class 6A-II No. 8 ranked Charles Page High School football team (1-2) will kick off district action at 7:30 p.m. Friday night in Shawnee against the No. 15 Wolves (0-3). The last time the two teams met, none of the current players were born yet. While the Sandites are hoping to get back to an even record in their third-straight road game, their hosts are simply hoping to snap a four-game losing streak.


Shawnee High School
1001 North Kennedy Avenue
Shawnee, Oklahoma 74801

Last Week

Sand Springs traveled to Greenwood, Arkansas (2-1) to take on the defending 6A State Champions, and they more than met their match. The Bulldogs prevailed 49-13 with a first-string 42-0 shutout. Caden Pennington was held to a 12-21-45-0 passing performance, but he led the ground game with fifteen carries for 95 yards and a score.

Shawnee was the 25th-straight victim of the defending 5A State Champions from Carl Albert (3-0), falling 47-7 on the road. The Wolves scored their lone touchdown in the first quarter and gave up 33 unanswered points. Heath Hunter passed for 123 yards with one touchdown and one interception.

This Season

The Sandites started out with a 41-28 loss to Mansfield Summit, TX (1-2) and rebounded with a 45-24 victory at No. 13 Putnam City (0-3). Shawnee lost 35-34 to Choctaw (2-1) and 42-7 to Guthrie (3-0).

Average Sandite Box Score
Opponent 38 CPHS 29
First Downs: Opp 18, CPHS 17.
Fumbles/Lost: Opp 1/1, CPHS 1/0.
Penalties: Opp 8-74, CPHS 6-51.
Passing: Opp 16-22-193-0, CPHS 12-19-150-0.
Rushing: Opp 33-186, CPHS 41-235.
Total Offense: Opp 55-379, CPHS 60-385.

The Programs

Sand Springs is coming off a 5-6 season, led by twelfth-year Head Coach Dustin Kinard with a 61-62 record. They are riding an all-time program best streak of six-straight seasons with playoff berths. They have been in Class 6A-II since its inception in 2014. The Sandites hold one gold ball, winning the 2A State title in 1966.

Shawnee is coming off a 7-4 season at the 5A level. Head Coach Billy Brown is in his fifteenth season with a 90-71 record and back-to-back playoff appearances. The Wolves won the 5A State title in 2003 and the 3A title in 1973.

The Series (Sand Springs 5-1)

10/30/1992 - The first ever meeting between the two teams went to Shawnee. The Wolves (6-3) earned a 6A playoff berth with a 21-14 home victory over L.D. Baines’s Sandites (3-6). Mike Quimby scored on a one-yard keeper and on a fourteen-yard pass to Aaron Fugate.

10/29/1993 - Sand Springs (6-3) won a 14-0 shutout over Shawnee (2-7) in district action, led by Delvin Jordan with 130 yards and two touchdowns on 24 carries. The stifling Sandite defense surrendered only seventy yards of total offense.

11/4/1994 - Sand Springs (4-6) ended the season on a high note with an 18-6 victory, led by Jordan at QB.

11/3/1995 - Dustin Morrow passed 12-16-130 for a touchdown to lead the Sandites (6-4) past Shawnee (2-8) in the regular season finale. Walker Childers carried seventeen times for 96 yards and a score and the Sandites prevailed 20-7.

9/27/1996 - Marc Brown carried for 116 yards to lead the Sandites (4-0) in a 36-0 shutout at Shawnee.

9/26/1997 - Sand Springs (4-0) rolled the Wolves 35-0 thanks to a four-touchdown performance by Pedro Negron. The Sandites ran 33-251 in a mostly grounded attack, recovered four Shawnee fumbles, and blocked a field goal attempt.

Things to do in Shawnee

Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art
405.878.5300
Friday-Saturday Hours: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
1900 West MacArthur Street
Shawnee, OK 74804.

Citizen Potawatomi Nation Cultural Heritage Center
Hours:
Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
405.878.5830
1899 South Gordon Cooper Drive
Shawnee, OK 74801

Brickhouse Saloon & Tap Room Grill
Hours: 7:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m.
405.777.8200
113 1/2 North Bell Avenue
Shawnee, OK 74801

Pottawatomie County Museum (Santa Fe Depot)
405.275.8412
Friday-Saturday Hours: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
614 East Main Street
Shawnee, OK 74801

FireLake Family Resort Bowling Center
Friday-Saturday Hours: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
405.275.0404
40945 Hardesty Road
Shawnee, OK 74801

BDC Gunroom
Friday-Saturday Hours: 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
405.273.9554
40960 Hardesty Road
Shawnee, OK 74801

CPHS Football: Sandites fall 49-13 to defending Arkansas State Champs

 Senior QB Caden Pennington racked up career yardage on the ground Friday night in Greenwood, Arkansas.

Senior QB Caden Pennington racked up career yardage on the ground Friday night in Greenwood, Arkansas.

The Charles Page High School varsity football team (1-2) bit off more than they could chew Friday night in Greenwood, Arkansas, falling to the defending Class 6A State Champions (2-1), a team that has only lost three games in the past four seasons.

Senior quarterback Caden Pennington was held to a season low 45 passing yards after averaging over 180 in the first two games. He made up for it on the ground, however, running up a career-high of 95 yards with his second career touchdown. Joel Mackey contributed 82 yards and a score on the ground, while Trey Wilkerson had fifty.

The Bulldogs scored on the first offensive play of the game with senior quarterback Peyton Holt running it fourteen yards after Max Vickery recovered a fumbled kickoff return.

Greenwood’s special teams continued to shine with Luke Leonard returning a punt for a 57 yard touchdown after the Sandites were held to a quick three-and-out. Less than three minutes into the game and they led 14-0 with two extra points from kicker Grant Ennis.

The Sandite offense managed a slow and steady eleven-play sixty-yard march to the Bulldog redzone. After taking a six yard sack, Pennington tried to make up for it with a double-reverse endzone pass that was dropped by the receiver. A false start and two pass breakups later and the Bulldogs got the ball back for a score.

Greenwood catapulted 67 yards in three plays, highlighted by a 54-yard keeper. Marc Jones took a handoff from two yards out and Ennis made it 21-0. They scored again on the opening play of the second quarter with an eighteen yard pass from Holt to Leonard.

Holt found Treyton Dawson from 31 yards out and Dawson broke two tackles for the 35-0 lead. Sand Springs marched 65 yards in thirteen plays, including a fourth down conversion, but turned the ball over with an incomplete pass at the Greenwood fifteen.

The Bulldogs scored on the opening possession of the second half when Holt made the most of a broken play and ran it in from ten. With a 42-0 lead, the Dogs finally sent in the second string.

The Sandites scored on an eighty-yard drive with a twenty-yard run from Mackey. Jaden Weiser’s kick missed, but the Sandites had averted the shutout.

Second-string quarterback Jace Presley led the Bulldogs in a 66-yard scoring march capped by an eighteen yard Aydin Chatfield touchdown run and Jackson Stewart kicked the extra point shortly before the end of the third quarter.

Sand Springs struck again to start the fourth quarter off. They traveled seventy yards in twelve plays before Pennington scrambled in from ten yards out after the pass play fell apart. This time Weiser’s PAT rang true for the final point of the game.

Timothy Earnhardt took over at quarterback and brought his team to the Sandites’ six before taking a knee to end the game.

Sand Springs will travel to Shawnee (0-3) next Friday at 7:00 p.m. to kick off district action.

GHS 49 CPHS 13
1Q: GHS 21-0
2Q: GHS 14-0
3Q: GHS 14-6
4Q: CPHS 7-0
First Downs: CPHS 16, GHS 15.
Fumbles/Lost: CPHS 1/1.
Penalties: CPHS 5-45, GHS 5-70.
C/A/Y/I: GHS 23-27-244-0, CPHS 12-21,45-0.
Rushes-Yards: CPHS 40-234, GHS 16-60.
Plays-Offense: GHS 43-304, CPHS 61-279.

(Sand Springs only)
Passing: Pennington 12-21-45-0.
Receiving: Snodgrass 3-19, Hawkins 4-16, Roberts 1-8, Foster 1-5, Mackey 1-0, Wilkerson 1-(-3).
Rushing: Pennington 15-95, Mackey 13-82, Wilkerson 11-50, Jones 2-6.
Kick-Avg: Weiser 3-26.
Punt-Avg: Smith 3-34.
PAT: Weiser 1/2.
Kick Return: Snodgrass 2-21.

CPHS Softball: Luttrell hits home run in 5-2 loss to Broken Arrow

The Sand Springs and Broken Arrow high school softball teams came into Tuesday evening’s matchup with undefeated district records, and the battle lived up to the hype. The Tigers came from behind for a 5-2 seventh-inning victory, scoring five runs on three errors.

Cowley County Community College-committed senior Elizabeth Luttrell hit her second home run of the season and eighth of her career in the bottom of the fifth inning. Jacie Taber reached on an error in the sixth and scored on a single from Aliyah Taff for the 2-0 Sandite lead.

The seventh inning spelled disaster for the Sandites, who gave up three straight singles to load the bases. Three errors and five runs later and Raegan Edwards grounded into a 4-6-3 double play to bring the Sandites in to bat.

The Sandites picked up a pair of walks, but the Tigers had a double-play of their own in store to bring the game to a close.

Madelyn Blair (7-1, 26-6) pitched the first four innings, throwing four hits and one walk. Taff (4-3, 4-5) got the loss with four hits, three strikeouts, and no walks in three innings.

Sand Springs Softball (16-5, 6-1) will return to action Tuesday with a district home game against Stillwater (14-5, 4-2) at 5:00 p.m. They will get a rematch with Broken Arrow (25-3, 6-0) Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

BAHS 5 CPHS 2

Hits: BAHS 8, CPHS 6.
Errors: BAHS 1, CPHS 3.
Walks: BAHS 1, CPHS 5.
Strikeouts: BAHS 3, CPHS 3.

OSSAA District 6A-4 Standings
6-0 Broken Arrow (37 points)
6-1 Sand Springs (57)
4-2 Stillwater (36)
3-5 Ponca City (-33)
2-7 Sapulpa (-53)
0-6 Putnam City North (-44)

CPHS Softball: Sandites win seventh straight, top Ponca City 11-1 on Senior Night

 Sabrina Usher hit her fourth home run of the season Tuesday evening. (Photo: Scott Emigh).

Sabrina Usher hit her fourth home run of the season Tuesday evening. (Photo: Scott Emigh).

The Charles Page High School varsity softball team (16-4, 6-0) made quick work of Ponca City (17-9, 2-5) Tuesday evening on Senior Night. The Sandites won their seventh-straight game 11-1 to remain undefeated in district action.

University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma-committed senior Madelyn Blair (7-1, 26-6) got the start and the win on the mound, throwing no hits, no runs, no walks, and four strikeouts in four innings. Mackenzie Bechtold (3-0) gave up two hits and one run in the fifth and final inning.

Sabrina Usher hit her fourth home run of the season in the bottom of the first, and Makenna Skaggs hit the first home run of her career in the third. Felicity Horn scored on a ground out by Blair, Kimi Presnell doubled in Cameron Clemons, and Skaggs’s homer brought in Presnell for a 5-0 lead.

Ponca averted the shutout in the top of the fifth with an RBI single from Tally Goddard to score Mackenzie Laughlin, but the Sandites piled on six more runs for the run-rule victory.

Jacie Taber hit an RBI double to score Usher, then scored on a double from Horn. Horn scored on a single from Blair, Clemons scored on a ground ball from Elizabeth Luttrell, and Skaggs hit a 2RBI single to score Blair and Presnell.

The Sandites currently lead their district with a 6-0 record, winning all six of those games by a ten-run margin. They have four district games left, two of which will go against Broken Arrow (23-3-2, 5-0).

The Lady Tigers are riding an eight-game win streak, or sixteen-straight if you ignore two tie games at an out-of-state tournament. The two top dogs will meet Thursday at 5:00 p.m. on the Sandites’ home turf.

District 6A-4 Standings
6-0 Sand Springs (60)
5-0 Broken Arrow (34)
2-2 Stillwater (16)
2-5 Ponca City (-38)
2-5 Sapulpa (-33)
0-5 Putnam City North (-39)

CPHS Volleyball: Sandites upset No. 16 Union in 3-0 sweep

The Charles Page High School varsity volleyball team (5-12) rolled to a 3-0 upset of No. 16 ranked Union (9-10) Tuesday evening at the Ed Dubie Field House.

The Sandites defeated the Redskins with sets of 25-23, 25-22, and 27-25. Coverage of the match is sponsored by Kelly Smith with Farmer’s Insurance at 3973 South Highway 97 in Sand Springs. Contact Kelly Smith at 918-245-0100 for home, auto, life, business, and specialty insurance.

Devree Youngblood struck first with an assist from Madison Burris, but the visitors soon ran away with a six-point streak. The Sandites played catch up from there and used a seven-rally stretch to take a 15-11 lead that they never relinquished. Burris recorded two kills, seven assists, and an ace, while Youngblood scored seven kills. The Sandites outkilled the Redskins 14-10 in the stanza and six made their way into the scorebook.

Raylynn Mong kicked the second game off in style with an assist and an ace. The Redskins tied it up nine times but only led twice, both times in the final stretch. Trailing 20-18, Union used a kill from Katie Marth and a pair of aces from Sydney West for their first lead. A hitting error from Marth tied it back up, Tierney Jackson scored a kill for the Union lead, then the Sandites ran away with it. Union made three straight errors and Youngblood scored a kill to secure the victory.

Cheyenne Henry scored the first kill of the final set and Cloe Campfield aced for a 3-0 lead. They held the lead till 11-9, then Union rattled off seven-straight points with five kills before committing three-straight errors to let the Sandites back in the game. Vanessa Wyrick notched a kill and two more errors tied it up at 17-17, then Mia Marth scored a kill and Ashlynn Cunningham served back to back aces.

Down 22-19, the Sandites went on a five-point run with an ace from Madison Blaylock and a kill from Campfield. Union wouldn’t go down without a fight. Mia Marth made another kill and Abby Thompson scored a kill and an ace for a 25-24 lead. Campfield tied it up, an error gave the Sandites the lead, and Henry scored a kill for the win.

Sand Springs will return to action Tuesday, September 18th with at 6:15 p.m. conference road game at No. 9 Owasso (15-5). The two teams have yet to meet this season, but the Sandites won two sweeps last year.

CPHS 3 Union 0
Kills: CPHS 31, Union 32.
Blocks: Union 2, CPHS 1.
Aces: CPHS 7, Union 6.
Service Errors: CPHS 7, Union 11.

(Sand Springs only)
Kills: Youngblood 7, Henry 5, Burris 5, Campfield 4, Wyrick 3, Harris 1, Mong 1.
Assists: Mong 13, Burris 12, Wyrick 1.
Blocks: Mong 1, Henry 1.
Aces: Campfield 3, Burris 1, Blaylock 1, Youngblood 1, Mong 1.
Digs: Blaylock 6, Campfield 3.

Frontier Valley Conference Standings
4-0 No. 10 Broken Arrow (11-8)
4-1 No. 7 Jenks (12-10)
4-1 Sand Springs (5-12)
4-2 No. 14 Bixby (10-8)
4-3 No. 16 Union (9-10)
3-1 No. 9 Owasso (15-5)
2-4 Bartlesville (2-13)
0-3 No. 17 Muskogee (14-8)
0-3 Booker T. Washington (3-5)
0-5 Sapulpa (2-6)

CPHS Softball: Sandites shut out Putnam City North 10-0, twice

Strong performances from a youthful bullpen propelled the Sandites to a pair of 10-0 run-rule victories over Putnam City North High School (4-17, 0-4) Monday evening in Sand Springs. Junior Mackenzie Bechtold pitched a five-inning no-hitter in game one and sophomore Aliyah Taff threw a one-hitter in game two, which only lasted three innings.

Charles Page (15-4, 5-0) currently leads the district, but has to get past Broken Arrow (23-3, 5-0) on Thursday to take full control of the standings. They will also host Ponca City (17-8, 2-4) for Senior Night Tuesday at 5:00 p.m. They defeated the Wildcats 11-0 last week.

Jacie Taber scored Kimi Presnell and Makenna Skaggs on a hard ground ball in the bottom of the first, then Presnell doubled in Madelyn Blair in the second inning. Skaggs sacrificed to score Elizabeth Luttrell and Presnell scored on a wild pitch for a 5-0 lead.

Presnell hit her third home run of the season to score Luttrell in the fourth, Skaggs scored on a passed ball, and Taber stole home to make it 9-0. Drew Hawkins scored on a double from Luttrell to secure the victory.

Bechtold (3-0) had a career-best performance with six strikeouts and no walks. Taff (4-2, 4-4) threw one hit, three strikeouts, and one walk in game two.

Skaggs scored Presnell on a single and came in on a single from Felicity Horn, then Reagan Rector walked in on loaded bases for a 3-0 first inning lead. Jenson Arnold and Taber scored Luttrell and Skaggs on singles in the second.

An error and two walks loaded the bases in the third. Skaggs doubled in Cameron Clemons and Luttrell, then Sabrina Usher tripled to score Presnell and Skaggs. Arnold scored Usher on a single for the 10-0 lead. Taff struck out two in the final inning to secure the win.

District 6A-4 Standings
5-0 Sand Springs (50 district points)
5-0 Broken Arrow (34)
2-4 Ponca City (-28)
1-2 Stillwater (6)
2-5 Sapulpa (-33)
0-4 Putnam City North (-29)

CPHS Softball: Sandites win fourth-straight, remain undefeated in district

 Kimi Presnell hit home runs in two different games last week.

Kimi Presnell hit home runs in two different games last week.

The Charles Page High School varsity softball team (13-4, 3-0) is riding a four-game win-streak after notching a district victory over Ponca City (17-7, 2-3) and winning two games at Bixby.

The Lady Sandites hammered the Wildcats 11-0 on Wednesday with their fifth-best offensive showing of the season and their best defensive performance. Madelyn Blair, Kimi Presnell, and Elizabeth Luttrell each hit home runs and Makenna Skaggs drilled two triples. Sabrina Usher hit one double and Cameron Clemons hit two for a team-high three RBI.

All three of the Sandites’ home runs came back-to-back-to-back in the top of the second. They recorded seven hits and eight runs in the remarkable inning.

Madelyn Blair (6-1, 25-6) got the start on the mound, throwing two strikeouts and two walks in two innings without giving up any hits. Mackenzie Bechtold (2-0) recorded the win with one hit and one walk in three innings. The Lady Cats batted only .063.

On Friday the Sandites took on Cushing (18-8) and needed an international tie breaker to settle things. The Tigers took a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the second from three hits and an error. Presnell doubled in Luttrell in the third and Usher hit a home run in the fourth to tie it up.

Presnell was placed on second to start the sixth inning but was tagged out at home in a double play and things didn’t look good for the Sandites. However, Skaggs hit a single and Usher and Jacie Taber were walked to load the bases.

Felicity Horn hit a 3BI triple for the 5-2 lead, and that was all they would need. The Tigers scored one run on two singles, but the Sandites had a double-play of their own to secure the victory.

Aliyah Taff (3-2, 3-4) went the distance on the mound, tossing eight hits, no walks, and one strikeout.

Blair tossed a four-hit, four-strikeout, four-walk victory over Fort Gibson (15-6) Saturday as the Lady Sandites won their seventh shutout of the season, 3-0.

Presnell scored the opening run on a sacrifice fly from Taber in the bottom of the first, then brought in Luttrell with a home run in the fifth.

Sand Springs Softball will return to action Monday afternoon at home with a 3:30 p.m. district double-header against Putnam City North (4-15, 0-2).

High School 6A Football and Volleyball Rankings: 9/10/2018

Class 6A Volleyball Week 4 - OSSAA Rankings

  1. Edmond Santa Fe (15-2)

  2. Edmond Memorial (16-3)

  3. Norman North (15-4)

  4. Deer Creek (14-4)

  5. Edmond North (14-8)

  6. Stillwater (12-6)

  7. Jenks (11-10)

  8. Mustang (14-4)

  9. Owasso (15-5)

  10. Broken Arrow (10-8)

  11. Yukon (9-3)

  12. Shawnee (14-6)

  13. Southmoore (6-13)

  14. Bixby (9-8)

  15. Choctaw (11-7)

  16. Union (9-10)

Class 6A-II Football Week 3 - Sandite Pride News Rankings

  1. Booker T. Washington (1-2)

  2. Midwest City (2-1)

  3. Bixby (1-1)

  4. Lawton (1-1)

  5. Stillwater (2-0)

  6. Muskogee (1-1)

  7. Del City (1-1)

  8. Sand Springs (1-1)

  9. Choctaw (2-0)

  10. Sapulpa (2-0)

  11. Bartlesville (1-1)

  12. Putnam City (0-2)

  13. Deer Creek (0-2)

  14. Putnam West (0-2)

  15. Shawnee (0-2)

  16. Ponca City (0-2)

CPHS Cross Country: Sandites place 12th at Broken Arrow, host Case Invitational Saturday

The Charles Page High School Cross Country program competed at the Broken Arrow Tigers XC Meet this weekend and both varsity teams took twelfth place. 

The Lady Sandites were twelfth of fourteen schools, led by Chezney Kelley with a time of 24:19 for 61st place. The youthful squad has a bright future with only one senior in the top-five and two freshmen. Bishop Kelley won the team title and Broken Arrow freshman Payton Hinkle took gold with a time of 18:53. 

A senior-laden boys' team placed twelfth of eighteen schools, led by Nelson Yazzie in 17:35 for eleventh place. Freshman Alejandro Lopez made his way into the scoring squad with an 87th place finish in 20:22. The host team secured the title, led by senior champion Blake McConkay in 16:48. 

Sand Springs will return to action this Saturday with their first ever home meet. The Inaugural Case Cross Country Invitational will coincide with the annual Conner's Classic 5K. The Conner's Classic is open to the public as a fundraiser for youth and special needs running. 

Conner's Classic will begin at 7:00 a.m. followed by an Elementary one-mile race at 8:00 a.m. Varsity Girls will run the 5K at 9:00 a.m, followed by Varsity Boys, JV Girls, and JV Boys at thirty-minute intervals. Junior High Girls will run a two-mile at 11:00 a.m. and Junior High Boys will run at 11:30 a.m.

The course will begin and end in the field next to Case Community Center. The 5K course will run south and east to the park's terminus behind the BMX track, then will return atop the levee, giving the runners a unique elevated view of the park and river.

Varsity Girls 5K
24:19 - Chezney Kelley - 66th
24:29 - Sara Abbet - 69th
24:57 - Jazmin Lopez - 72nd
26:01 - Teagan Smith - 74th
26:07 - Erika Baker - 83rd
26:28 - Wanageeska Williams - 88th
27:37 - Elizabeth Watts - 95th

Junior Varsity Girls 5K
27:34 - Annaston Wiseley - 51st
29:47 - Haylee Alford - 73rd
31:09 - Victoria Baker - 84th
33:25 - Abby Cotton - 91st

Junior High Girls 2.5K
14:13 - Ty Davis - 115th

 

Varsity Boys 5K
17:35 - Nelson Yazzie - 11th
18:19 - Jacob Smith - 33rd
19:50 - Danny Murray - 80th
20:07 - Aden Baughman - 83rd
20:22 - Alejandro Lopez - 89th
20:50 - Caleb James - 98th
21:26 - Kaegan Murray - 104th

Junior Varsity Boys 5K
22:00 - Dalton Wilcox - 102nd
22:57 - Chandler Blake - 128th
23:55 - Christian West - 143rd
24:01 - Sean Kuehn - 145th
26:35 - Colton Sanders - 175th
28:27 - Jonathon Taylor - 183rd
33:05 - Noah Hanlon - 194th

Junior High Boys 2.5K
10:53 - Kodah Gregory - 52nd
13:57 - Garrett Sorenson - 134th
17:42 - Preston Robinson - 155th

CPHS Football Preview: No. 8 Sandites to take on Arkansas State Champions

 (Photo: Morgan Miller).

(Photo: Morgan Miller).

After securing their first victories of the 2018 season, Sand Springs and Greenwood, Arkansas will both be looking to improve to a winning record Friday night at Smith Robinson Stadium.

The first-ever meeting between the two teams will be played on the home turf of the defending Arkansas 6A State Champions. A daunting foe, but not something the Sandites aren't used to. Sand Springs took on the Arkansas 5A State Champions from Pulaski Academy the past two years. Both were brutal losses, but helped prepare the Sandites for some of the tough district battles to come. 

Greenwood went undefeated in three-straight regular seasons before losing their opener this year. They made it to the State finals three years in a row before finally wining their eighth gold ball last season. 

Smith Robinson Stadium
440 East Gary Street
Greenwood, AR 72936

6A-II No. 8 Sand Springs (1-1)

Head Coach: Dustin Kinard (61-61) - 12th Season.

Last Season Record: 5-6.

Last week: Dominated Putnam City 45-24, leading by as much as 35 points before sending in the backups. Caden Pennington threw 9-15-169-0 for three touchdowns. Joel Mackey ran 13-150 for one TD and Trey Wilkerson ran 12-109 for two scores. Jaden Weiser was 5/6 on PATs and kicked a 26-yard field goal. The offensive line was nearly impenitrable and only gave up eleven yards in tackles for loss. 

6A No. 2 Greenwood (1-1)

Head Coach: Rick Jones (296-73) - 15th Season. 

Last Season Record: 13-0

Last week: Pummeled Ft. Smith Southside 52-27. Peyton Holt racked up 482 yards by land and air for four total touchdowns. 

Things to do in Greenwood:

Bell Park features playgrounds, a walking trail, and an 18-hole disc golf course. 1050 Bell Park Road.

Old Jail Museum is open Friday and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Originally the Sebastian County Jail, this building was constructed in 1892 and is on the National Register of Historic Buildings. 305 East Center Street. 

Visit the site of the Battle of Devil's Backbone, an 1863 Civil War battle won by the Union in defense of Fort Smith. Exit Highway 71 at Bradley Road

CPHS Football: No. 8 Sandites pummel No. 9 Putnam City 45-24

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Warr Acres - Class 6A-II No. 8 ranked Charles Page High School (1-1) rolled into Putnam City Stadium looking for their first win of the season. They got it, and then some. The Sandites dominated No. 9 Putnam City High School 45-24 and led by as much as 35 points before sending in the backups.

Senior quarterback Caden Pennington had another impressive game with 9 completions for 169 yards, three touchdowns, and no interceptions. He threw passes to six different receivers, led by Braden Foster with two catches for 49 yards and Daren Hawkins with three catches for 43 yards and two touchdowns. Colten Roberts had one touchdown. 

Seven Sandites racked up yardage on the ground, led by Joel Mackey with 150 yards and a score on thirteen carries and Trey Wilkerson with 109 yards and two touchdowns on twelve carries. 

Hayden Cramer led the Sandite defense with double-digit tackles, including a forced fumble, while Brycen Peterman led on tackles for loss. 

The visitors wasted no time in getting on the board, marching eighty yards in seven plays and scoring on a six-yard pass from Pennington to Hawkins. Jaden Weiser's point-after kick was blocked, but Pennington made up for it with a two-point run after a 62-yard touchdown run by Mackey. 

The Pirates’ first possession was a quick three-and-out and the second ended in a fumble at the Sandite 38. Pennington found Justin Roe for 30 yards and Garrett McCallie ran for 28 more to land at the Pirate two-yard line. A holding call and a pair of incomplete passes later and Weiser got to kick his first field goal of the season from 26 yards.

Sand Springs took a 17-0 lead into the second quarter, but the Pirates finally hit pay dirt on a 27-yard field goal from Sam De La Pena.

Putnam forced the Sandites to punt and marched back down to  the Sandite 29 before once again fumbling the ball away to Peterman. Eleven plays later and Pennington hit Colten Roberts from seventeen yards out. Ty Rutledge recovered a fumble on the corresponding kick return and Pennington turned to Hawkins for a 25-yard score on the next play. Weiser's point-after kicks both sailed true and the Sandites took a 31-3 lead into the locker room.

The Pirates found their mojo on the opening drive of the second half, scoring on the sixth play with a 45-yard run from Keylhan Henderson. Julian DeLoera made the extra point to put it back at a three-score game. 

Sand Springs was equally ready for action, pummeling their way down to the two yard line where Wilkerson made his first score of the night. He scored again on their next drive ,this time from 42 yards out for the final Sand Springs points of the night.

Tyrece Romesburg scored a fourteen-yard keeper on the opening play of the fourth quarter, then threw a five-yard pass to Seth Wisby with seventeen seconds to play. 

Sand Springs will play the second leg of a three-week road series next Friday at 7:00 p.m. against Arkansas 6A No. 2 Greenwood (0-1). The Pirates will travel to 6A-II No. 3 Bixby High School (1-1). 

CPHS Football Preview: No. 8 Sandites at No. 9 Putnam City Pirates

 The last time the Sandites visited Putnam City Stadium they thumped Putnam West 28-14. (Photo: Morgan Miller).

The last time the Sandites visited Putnam City Stadium they thumped Putnam West 28-14. (Photo: Morgan Miller).

Warr Acres - Charles Page High School will travel to Putnam City Stadium Thursday night for a non-district Class 6A-II football game against the Putnam Pirates. The Sandites are 0-1 against Putnam North, and 2-0 against Putnam West, but have never met the original Putnam City High School. The two will kick off at 7:00 p.m. as both look for their first win of the season.

6A-II No. 8 Sand Springs (0-1)

Head Coach: Dustin Kinard (60-61) - 12th Season.

Last Season Record: 5-6.

Last week: Defeated 41-28 by Texas 6A Mansfield Summit (1-0). Won second half 21-7. Converted seventeen first downs and lost ten yards to penalties. Caden Pennington threw 14-20-196-0 for two touchdowns, both to Jacob Snodgrass. Ran for 122 yards, led by Joel Mackey with fifteen carries for 97 yards and two scores. Mackey also averaged 30 yards on two kick returns. Jaden Weiser was 4/4 on extra points and freshman Brooks Dudley picked off the only interception of the game. 

6A-II No. 9 Putnam City (0-1)

Head Coach: Jon Garfield (0-1) - 1st Season.

Last Season Record: 7-4.

Last week: Shutout 33-0 by 6A-I Putnam North (1-0). Gave up nearly 100 yards in penalties, converted only nine first-downs. Gave up 177 yards by air and 193 on the ground. Threw two interceptions.

Putnam City Stadium
5300 Northwest 50th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73122

CPHS Cross Country: Girls place second, boys third at Sapulpa XC Meet

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The Sand Springs Cross Country program competed at Sapulpa's Westside Sports Complex Saturday and both varsity teams finished top-three. 

Varsity Girls placed second of three teams in the joint varsity/JV two-mile run. Jazmin Lopez and Erika Baker finished top-fifteen with times of 14:27 and 14:34, respectively. 

Varsity Boys finished third of eleven teams. Nelson Yazzie led the team with a 10:40 two-mile performance for fifth place and Aden Baughman was seventh in 10:55. 

The elementary girls placed second of five teams in the one mile run with Runner-Up Brynlee Durborrow and bronze placer Chloe Grona. Durborrow finished in 6:19, two seconds behind the champion. Grona was right behind Durborrow at 6:21. Josie Grona was tenth in 6:58. 

The elementary boys finished fifth of five teams in the one mile run, led by Griffin Sensintaffar in seventh place. Sensintaffar finished in 6:32, just 31 seconds behind Sapulpa champion Kyle Haught. 

The Sandites placed third in the Junior Varsity two-mile with two top-five runners. Alejandro Lopez finished in 12:40, Kaegan Murray finished in 12:42, and Chandler Blake was tenth in 13:03. 

Sapulpa ran the show, winning elementary boys, junior high girls, JV boys, and JV/Varsity girls' two-mile. They also placed second in junior high and varsity boys.

Lone Star won elementary girls, Glenpool won junior high boys, Holland Hall won varsity boys, and Kiefer won the varsity/JV girls' one-mile.

The Sandites will travel to Broken Arrow's Oneta Ridge Elementary School for a meet this Saturday. Pre-K through Kindergarten will run a half-mile at 8:00 a.m. First and second grade students will run a half-mile at 8:10 a.m. Third and fourth grade will run one mile at 8:20 a.m. Fifth and sixth grade will run one mile at 8:35 a.m. 

Varsity girls will kick off a 5K run at 9:30 a.m. following a flag ceremony by the Broken Arrow Air Force JROTC. Varsity boys will run a 5K at 10:00 a.m., junior varsity girls will run 5K at 10:30 a.m., junior varsity boys will run a 5K at 11:10. Middle school girls and boys will both run 1.55 miles beginning at 11:40 a.m. and 12:00 p.m., respectively. 

Elementary Girls - 1 Mile
2nd - Brynlee Durborrow - 6:19
3rd - Chloe Grona - 6:21
10th - Josie Grona - 6:58
23rd - Abby Martin - 7:46
29th - Josie Myers - 8:03
34th - Gabrielle Rambo - 8:29
40th - Julia Myers - 9:27
48th - Sophia Grona - 10:05
50th - Nola Chambers - 10:30
51st - Meghan Scroggins - 10:34
52nd - Izzi Larkin - 10:45
53rd - Lily McBride - 10:45
57th - Declyn Beals - 10:56
59th - Natalee Sorenson - 11:03
63rd - Kamryn Lumsden - 11:27

Junior High Girls - 1 Mile
23rd - Ty Davis - 7:13

JV/Varsity Girls - 1 Mile
11th - Wanageeska Williams - 6:46
25th - Haylee Alford - 7:28
37th - Abby Cotton - 8:23

JV/Varsity Girls - 2 Mile
12th - Jazmin Lopez - 14:27
13th - Erika Baker - 14:34
15th - Sara Abbet - 14:38
16th - Chezney Kelley - 14:51
18th - Teagan Smith - 15:03
21st - Elizabeth Watts - 15:47

Elementary Boys - 1 Mile
7th - Griffin Sensintaffar - 6:32
38th - Hudson Gregory - 7:43
40th - Gavin Corbin - 7:44
42nd - Landon Curborrow - 7:45
47th - Sam English - 7:53
48th - Kade Sargent - 7:53
49th - Noah Higgins - 7:53
61st - Dallas Duffy - 8:39
63rd - Ryder Gregory - 8:47
70th - Connor Beals - 9:00
78th - Luke Mills - 9:52
83rd - Mason Bowman - 10:45
84th - Alex Martin - 10:51
85th - Kaizen Freese - 12:00
87th - Sutton Corbin - 12:03
88th - Kenton Freese - 13:46

Junior High Boys - 1 Mile
32nd - Annaston Wiseley - 6:34
65th - Zac Davis - 7:47
70th - Garrett Sorenson - 8:13
74th - Adrien Sarasua - 8:37
75th - Dakota Taylor - 8:41

Junior Varsity Boys - 2 Miles
4th - Alejandro Lopez - 12:40
5th - Kaegan Murray - 12:42
10th - Chandler Blake - 13:01
19th - Rhett Record - 13:39
39th - Nicholas Sango - 14:38
40th - Dalton Wilcox - 14:44
41st - Sean Kuehn - 14:49
50th - David Rigsby - 15:26
52nd - Dylan Bruton - 15:32
53rd - Colton Sanders - 15:38
58th - Jonathon Taylor - 17:13
61st - Caleb Garzone - 17:34
62nd - Mason Shipman - 17:35

Varsity Boys - 2 Mile
5th - Nelson Yazzie - 10:40
7th - Aden Baughman - 10:55
12th - Jacob Smith - 11:10
17th - Jaelyn Jackson - 11:24
27th - Danny Murray - 11:47
44th - Caleb James - 12:27
49th - Cameron McCrary - 12:41

 

 

 

 

 

High School 6A Football and Volleyball Rankings: 9/3/2018

Class 6A Volleyball Week 3 - OSSAA Rankings

  1. Edmond Santa Fe (10-2)
  2. Edmond Memorial (12-1)
  3. Norman North (14-3)
  4. Deer Creek (10-2)
  5. Stillwater (7-5)
  6. Edmond North (10-6)
  7. Jenks (9-6)
  8. Mustang (12-4)
  9. Broken Arrow (6-6)
  10. Yukon (8-3)
  11. Owasso (9-4)
  12. Shawnee (8-4)
  13. Southmoore (5-7)
  14. Bixby (6-5)
  15. Choctaw (10-7)
  16. Union (8-8)

Class 6A-II Football Week 2 - Sandite Pride News Rankings

  1. Booker T. Washington (1-1)
  2. Midwest City (1-1)
  3. Bixby (1-1)
  4. Lawton (0-1)
  5. Stillwater (1-0)
  6. Muskogee (1-0)
  7. Del City (1-0)
  8. Sand Springs (0-1)
  9. Putnam City (0-1)
  10. Choctaw (1-0)
  11. Bartlesville (1-0)
  12. Sapulpa (1-0)
  13. Deer Creek (0-1)
  14. Putnam West (0-1)
  15. Shawnee (0-2)
  16. Ponca City (0-0)