CPHS Volleyball: Senior Night Photo Gallery

The Class 6A No. 12 ranked Charles Page High School volleyball team celebrated Senior Night Thursday at the Ed Dubie Field House, winning 3-1 against No. 16 Ponca City. The Sandites will graduate seven seniors this year, two of which will continue playing at the collegiate level.

The senior class is 63-63 in their career, 18-18 in Frontier Valley Conference action, and an impressive 24-9 on their home court. They will play Bixby (5-22, 3-4) Tuesday on the road to wrap up the FVC season before receiving their Regional assignment Wednesday.

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The girls have had three Head Coaches in their careers. They went 24-14 as freshmen and 15-18 as sophomores under Janna Green, and were 7-18 as juniors under Sydney Bond. They are currently 17-13 under Derek Jackson.

Makenzie Harris (RSH) escorted by parents Brad and Sarah Harris. She is a 6-year Sandite Volleyball player who also plays basketball. She plans on attending the University of Arkansas.  “Thank you to my teammates and my 6 girls who have stuck with me through every season’s ups and downs. Thank you to my family for always supporting me throughout every season’s highs and lows. I love you all so much.”  Harris left the following words for her underclass teammates. “Don’t let anything get between you guys, you really do become like sisters throughout your years together. You guys are going to bicker and argue, but just brush it off and stick together!”

Makenzie Harris (RSH) escorted by parents Brad and Sarah Harris. She is a 6-year Sandite Volleyball player who also plays basketball. She plans on attending the University of Arkansas.

“Thank you to my teammates and my 6 girls who have stuck with me through every season’s ups and downs. Thank you to my family for always supporting me throughout every season’s highs and lows. I love you all so much.”

Harris left the following words for her underclass teammates. “Don’t let anything get between you guys, you really do become like sisters throughout your years together. You guys are going to bicker and argue, but just brush it off and stick together!”

Cloe Campfield (OSH, DS) escorted by parents Tripp and Andrea Campfield, and siblings Troy and Dayne Campfield. She has played Sandite Volleyball for 6 years, is a National Honor Society and Student Council member, and a manager for the Boys’ Basketball Team. She plans on attending Oklahoma State University to major in history, with the goal of being a High School History Teacher.  Campfield’s favorite volleyball memory is beating Union her junior year.  “Thank you to my fellow seniors for being there through every up and down.”

Cloe Campfield (OSH, DS) escorted by parents Tripp and Andrea Campfield, and siblings Troy and Dayne Campfield. She has played Sandite Volleyball for 6 years, is a National Honor Society and Student Council member, and a manager for the Boys’ Basketball Team. She plans on attending Oklahoma State University to major in history, with the goal of being a High School History Teacher.

Campfield’s favorite volleyball memory is beating Union her junior year.

“Thank you to my fellow seniors for being there through every up and down.”

Madison Burris (S, RSH), escorted by parents Brian and Jamie Burris. She has played Sandite Volleyball for 6 years, plays on the Girl’s Basketball Team, and is a member of National Honor Society. She is undecided on a college, but plans on majoring in Interior Design and Business.  Burris’s favorite volleyball memory was Senior Night two years ago when the Sandites swept Ponca City 3-0. “It was the best game ever,” says Burris.  “Thank you to my whole family and friends for all the support they’ve always give men. Also, thank you to my coaches and past coaches throughout the years.”

Madison Burris (S, RSH), escorted by parents Brian and Jamie Burris. She has played Sandite Volleyball for 6 years, plays on the Girl’s Basketball Team, and is a member of National Honor Society. She is undecided on a college, but plans on majoring in Interior Design and Business.

Burris’s favorite volleyball memory was Senior Night two years ago when the Sandites swept Ponca City 3-0. “It was the best game ever,” says Burris.

“Thank you to my whole family and friends for all the support they’ve always give men. Also, thank you to my coaches and past coaches throughout the years.”

Gillian Wicker (DS), escorted by parents Steve and Stacy Wicker. She has played Sandite Volleyball for 6 years and plans to continue her education at Oklahoma State University, where she will major in Communications Sciences and Disorders.  Wicker’s favorite volleyball memory was when she and Coach Green came up with “Nicole” in Branson her freshman year. She left the following message for her teammates. “Always be yourself and work hard.”

Gillian Wicker (DS), escorted by parents Steve and Stacy Wicker. She has played Sandite Volleyball for 6 years and plans to continue her education at Oklahoma State University, where she will major in Communications Sciences and Disorders.

Wicker’s favorite volleyball memory was when she and Coach Green came up with “Nicole” in Branson her freshman year. She left the following message for her teammates. “Always be yourself and work hard.”

Devree Youngblood (OSH), escorted by parents Jeff and Dawn Youngblood, and brother Brock Youngblood. She has played Sandite Volleyball for 6 years and will continue her career on a scholarship at Oklahoma Baptist University, where she will major in Marketing. She is involved in National Honor Society and Special Olympics.  Youngblood’s favorite volleyball memory is “when we swept Union at home my freshman year.”  “Thank you to my parents for supporting me and giving me the opportunity to play volleyball. I want to thank my Sand Springs coaching staff, Janna Green, Darrell Pearson, ad B-MAG for everything you’ve taught me. And to my team, high school has been a privilege to play along side of each of you.”

Devree Youngblood (OSH), escorted by parents Jeff and Dawn Youngblood, and brother Brock Youngblood. She has played Sandite Volleyball for 6 years and will continue her career on a scholarship at Oklahoma Baptist University, where she will major in Marketing. She is involved in National Honor Society and Special Olympics.

Youngblood’s favorite volleyball memory is “when we swept Union at home my freshman year.”

“Thank you to my parents for supporting me and giving me the opportunity to play volleyball. I want to thank my Sand Springs coaching staff, Janna Green, Darrell Pearson, ad B-MAG for everything you’ve taught me. And to my team, high school has been a privilege to play along side of each of you.”

Vanessa Wyrick (MB), escorted by parents Ashley Elliott and Mike Helt. She was played Sandite Volleyball for 6 years and is a member of National Honor Society. She is undecided on a college, but plans to major in Dental Hygiene.   Wyricks favorite volleyball memory is “going to the fair freshman year as a team after the Bishop Kelley Tournament.”

Vanessa Wyrick (MB), escorted by parents Ashley Elliott and Mike Helt. She was played Sandite Volleyball for 6 years and is a member of National Honor Society. She is undecided on a college, but plans to major in Dental Hygiene.

Wyricks favorite volleyball memory is “going to the fair freshman year as a team after the Bishop Kelley Tournament.”

Raylynn Mong (S), escorted by parents Bryan and Alicia Mong. She has played Sandite Volleyball for 8 years, is an officer in National Honor Society, a member of Youth and Government, plays on the Girls’ Basketball Team, and competes in Debate and Speech. She plans to attend Ottawa University on a volleyball scholarship, where she will double major in History and English with the goal of becoming a history professor.  “Thank you to all of my teammates, coaches, and friends that have had my back and supported me throughout my volleyball journey. Also, a major thanks to my mom, dad, and sister for always being my #1 supporters in everything I do.”  Mong left the following words for her teammates. “Always give 100% in what you are doing, whether that be on the bench, on the court, or in the classroom or just in your day to day life. I pinky promise you; it will pay off!”

Raylynn Mong (S), escorted by parents Bryan and Alicia Mong. She has played Sandite Volleyball for 8 years, is an officer in National Honor Society, a member of Youth and Government, plays on the Girls’ Basketball Team, and competes in Debate and Speech. She plans to attend Ottawa University on a volleyball scholarship, where she will double major in History and English with the goal of becoming a history professor.

“Thank you to all of my teammates, coaches, and friends that have had my back and supported me throughout my volleyball journey. Also, a major thanks to my mom, dad, and sister for always being my #1 supporters in everything I do.”

Mong left the following words for her teammates. “Always give 100% in what you are doing, whether that be on the bench, on the court, or in the classroom or just in your day to day life. I pinky promise you; it will pay off!”

Left to right: Raylynn Mong, Vanessa Wyrick, Devree Youngblood, Gillian Wicker, Madison Burris, Cloe Campfield, Makenzie Harris.

Left to right: Raylynn Mong, Vanessa Wyrick, Devree Youngblood, Gillian Wicker, Madison Burris, Cloe Campfield, Makenzie Harris.

The Sandites also presented bouquets to Ponca City seniors Hannah Gibson, KaSandra Lyons, and Lindsay Hollis.

The Sandites also presented bouquets to Ponca City seniors Hannah Gibson, KaSandra Lyons, and Lindsay Hollis.

Charles Page High School 2019 Varsity Volleyball Team.

Charles Page High School 2019 Varsity Volleyball Team.

Class of 2020 with their mothers.

Class of 2020 with their mothers.