Two Sandites headed to NCAA Softball Super Regionals, and other alumni updates

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The No. 13 ranked Oklahoma State University Cowgirl Softball team (42-14) won its first Regional Championship since 2011 Saturday afternoon, squeezing out a 2-1 come-from-behind Finals win over No. 25 Tulsa (37-20). The Pokes also won 3-1 against the West Coast Conference Champions from BYU (30-26) and beat Tulsa 13-10 in their first meeting of the tournament.

The Cowgirl roster includes two former Sand Springs standouts in sophomore Sydney Pennington and senior Mallory Goodman.

Pennington played third base throughout the three-game tournament, recording two put outs and eight assists. At the plate she was 2-of-10 with 2 runs and 1 RBI, hitting a solo homer in the top of the second inning in the first game against Tulsa. 

Pennington is .250 on the season with 30 runs, 42 hits, 7 doubles, 1 triple, 10 homers, 33 RBI, a .482 slugging average, .314 on-base-percentage, and a .948 fielding average. In her career she’s .277 with 57 runs, 102 hits, 18 doubles, 1 triple, 17 homers, and 76 RBI.

Goodman hasn’t seen any action this season, but she’s .241 in her career with 17 runs, 28 hits, 5 doubles, 3 homers, a .362 slugging average, and .343 on-base-percentage.

The Pokes will return to action Thursday and Friday against the defending National Champions from No. 4 Florida State (54-8) at the Tallahassee Super Regional. Game times are 6:00 p.m. CT Thursday, 2:00 p.m. CT Friday, and 11:00 a.m. CT Saturday (if necessary). Thursday and Saturday’s games will be on ESPN and Friday’s game will be on ESPN2.

Other softball news…

Central Christian College senior Breanna Bill batted .271 this season with a .388 slugging average, 23 runs, 35 hits, 4 doubles, 4 triples, 1 home run, 11 RBI, and 8 sacrifices. The Tigers went 16-38 overall and 8-28 in the SAC.

1983 grad Randall King led the Broken Arrow High School Slow Pitch Softball team to a 23-9 record, Class 6A No. 5 ranking, and State Tournament appearance.

2011 grad Joely Rogers finished her first season as Pitching Coach at Coffeyville Community College, helping the Ravens to a 7-34 record.

Sophomore Jessica Collins batted .284 with a .327 on-base percentage, .561 slugging average, 32 runs, 42 hits, 5 doubles, 12 home runs, and 33 RBI at Connors State College as the Cowgirls went 16-31 overall and 11-22 in conference. She went 1-5 on the mound, throwing 5 strikeouts in 34 innings with a 9.34 ERA and .948 fielding percentage.

Northeastern State University went 28-27 overall and 14-12 in conference. Junior Jessica Schuler batted .297 with 29 runs, 47 hits, 33 RBI, 14 doubles, 5 homers, a .481 slugging average, .386 on-base percentage, and a .991 fielding percentage.

Junior Kennedy “Goose” Salyers finished the season .234 at the plate with 5 runs, 11 hits, 1 double, 1 RBI, a .255 slugging average, and a .250 on-base percentage at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. The Savage Storm went 29-28 overall and 25-19 in conference.

Baseball

Rhett Rutledge is playing NCAA Division I baseball at Florida International University in his junior year, following a two-year stent at Northern Oklahoma College. He currently owns a .250 batting average and .300 slugging average on the season with five hits, seven runs, and one RBI, with a .905 fielding percentage. The Panthers are 22-29 overall and will return to action Thursday with a three-day three-game home series against Louisiana Tech.

Sophomores Mack Thompson and Treyce Tolbert saw action on a 24-22 Rose State College baseball team, the school’s best record since 2013. Thompson ended the season with a .879 fielding percentage, .337 batting average, .413 on-base percentage, and .402 slugging average, recording 31 hits, 6 doubles, 20 runs, and 16 RBI. Tolbert finished with a .909 fielding percentage, .297 batting average, .360 on-base percentage, and .436 slugging average, with 30 hits, 12 doubles, 1 triple, 17 runs, and 19 RBI.

Berryhill grad and native Sandite Jacob Bailey is seeing reduced duty with the Seminole State baseball team. He is 1-0 on the mound in 3.2 innings pitched with a 0.0 ERA and 6 strikeouts. Last season he was 6-1 for a 4.14 ERA. Seminole went 39-14 this season.

University of Oklahoma sophomore Jake Terry has pitched two innings this season and thrown one strikeout. His career ERA stands at 7.53. The Sooners are 31-20 overall and 9-12 in Big 12 action. They will play a three-game Red River Rivalry series this week to conclude the regular season.

CPHS Class of 1981 grad Mike Moore is Head Baseball Coach at Jay High School, and recently wrapped up the season with an 18-14 record.

Basketball

University of Central Oklahoma freshman Colt Savage scored 84 points with 25 rebounds, 4 assists, and 3 steals for the Men’s Basketball team this past season, helping the Broncos to an 11-17 record. He shot 55.6% on field goals, 50% on three-pointers, and 90% on free throws.

Football

Sophomore Jacob Taber and the Fort Hays State University football team earned their second-straight MIAA Conference Title with a 9-3 overall record and 6-0 undefeated performance on their home turf. Taber played in all twelve games, recording 4 total tackles.

Jerry Lyons didn’t see any action his freshman year at Southwestern College football, but the Moundbuilders finished the season 6-5 overall and 5-5 in conference.

Payton Scott took a redshirt his freshman year at the University of Central Oklahoma, but the football team went 8-4 overall, 7-4 in conference, and won the Heart of Texas Bowl.

Golf

University of Denver golfer Carson Griggs cracked the starting lineup this season as a true freshman and helped his team to a Summit League Conference Championship with a sixth place finish out of 44 golfers. The Pioneers concluded their season Wednesday with a 12th place finish at the NCAA Stanford Regional.

Griggs placed 54th out of 96 at the Ram Masters Invitational, helping his team to a 4th place finish. He was first on his team and 13th out of 100 at the William H. Tucker Invitational. He was second on his team and 31st of 84 at the Bayou City Collegiate Tournament. He placed 30th of 90 at the Ping Cougar Classic, 67th of 75 at Regionals, 68th of 72 at the Paintbrush Invitational, 84th of 112 at the Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational, and 101st of 120 at the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate Classic. 

Rowing

University of Oklahoma senior Hannah Hammond was named to the Academic All-Big 12 Rowing Team.

Soccer

1991 grad Roger Bush led the Oral Roberts University Women to an 8-12 record. Junior Brooklyn Eardley played eight games and recorded one assist.

1999 grad Ryan Bush led the Oral Roberts University Men to a 6-7-3 record.

2012 grad Tyler McIntosh led the Midwest City Boys to a 2-12 record.

2010 grad Aaron McIntosh led the Mingo Valley Boys to a Heartland Christian Athletic Association Conference Championship in his first year as Head Coach.

Junior Kayla Foster played seven games this past season at Missouri University of Science and Technology, scoring one goal and one assist. The Miners went 4-11-1 overall and 3-9-1 in conference.

Megan Deshazo (sophomore) and Emma Peak (freshman) helped the Northern Oklahoma College (Tonkawa) team to an 8-7-1 overall record and 7-5-1 conference performance this season. Deshazo was named Most Valuable Player and Offensive Player of the Year and made the NJCAA All-Region team, leading the team in total scoring with eight goals and three assists. Deshazo is signed to play for Southwestern Christian University next season. Peak scored one goal and two assists.

Oklahoma City University freshman Abigail Banks only got to play one game this season, due to sharing the lineup with an All-Conference goalie. The Stars went 11-3-2 overall and 6-1-1 for second in conference.

Redlands Community College and sophomore Brooklyn Turner went 9-6-2 this season. Turner saw action in twelve games.

Tennis

Assistant Coach Peter McCorkle (C/o 2005) helped the Oral Roberts men’s team to a 6-12

Track and Field

Colby Community College freshman Ian Baustert finished 27th in the 800 meter run at the NJCAA Region VI Track Championships with a time of 2:09.10 last week. Earlier this season he set 4:28.77 PR in the 1500.

Grand Canyon University sophomore Cheyenne Walden finished the season 6th in the 3K Steeplechase in 11:12.13 and 23rd in the 5K run in 18:47.24 at the Western Athletic Conference Championships. Over the course of the season she set PRs of 4:45.56 in the 1500 run, 5:22.13 in the one-mile, 10:17.49 in the 3k, 17:10.40 in the 5K, and 10:54.11 in the 3K Steeple. She also won the NAU Friday Night Duals one-mile run in the season-opener, placed second in the 3K Steeple at the Aztec Invitational, and broke the school’s 5K record.

Volleyball

Kansas State sophomore Gloria Mutiri had a remarkable season this past fall, earning a multitude of accolades. She was twice named the Big 12 Rookie of the Week, made the All-Big 12 Rookie Team, and was a second team All-Big 12 selection. The American Volleyball Coaches Association selected her for the All-Midwest Region First Team, named her Midwest Freshman of the Year, and gave her an All-American Honorable Mention.

Mutiri finished the season with 271 kills, 3 assists, 15 aces, 192 digs, and 67 blocks in 98 sets. The Wildcats went 15-12 overall and 5-11 in Big 12 action. They will be taking a nine-day trip to Brazil later this month to play a series of exhibition matches in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.

Labette freshman Kylie Taylor recorded 2 assists, 2 aces, and 44 digs in 34 sets, helping the Cardinals to an 8-22 record.

Wrestling

Oklahoma State redshirt freshman Daton Fix won the first 26 matches of his career and went 35-2 overall this season, picking up titles at the Oklahoma City Open, the Reno Tournament of Champions, the Southern Scuffle, and the Big 12 Conference Tournament. His only losses came to All-Americans and he placed second at the NCAA Tournament.

UCO redshirt junior Cody Karstetter went 1-0 in his debut season with the Bronchos, winning an 8-3 decision in a dual with Fort Hays State.

OCA Basketball: Johnson, Kersgieter, Savage, and Durkee receive All-State Honors

The Oklahoma Coaches Association released its list of All-State basketball honorees recently and Sand Springs had several recipients. The organization only recognizes seniors.

Destiny Johnson and Holly Kersgieter both made the All-State Girls team, while Cole Durkee and Cale Savage received Class 6A All-Star status. The All-Star honor recognizes top-players from each classification, while the All-State team is the absolute cream of the crop.

Johnson, a University of Tulsa-commit, was also named to the Oklahoma Girls Basketball Coaches Association All-State Team, and the Frontier Valley All-Conference First Team, and was named the FVC Defensive Player of the Year. Johnson shot 48.3% in the field and 75.9% on free throws this season, averaging 16.6 points, 3.7 rebounds, 1.3 assists, and 2.8 steals per game. She scored 1,315 points in her career.

Kersgieter, a University of Kansas-commit, was also named to the OGBCA All-State Girls Team and FVC All-Conference First Team. Kersgieter shot 46.5% in the field and 76.1% at the charity stripe, averaging 19.2 points, 9.2 rebounds, 1.3 assists, and 2.0 steals per game. She finished her career with 1,406 points.

Savage, a Northern Oklahoma College Baseball-commit, also made the FVC Third Team. Savage shot 45.7% in the field and 78.5% at the stripe, averaging 12.0 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.0 assist per game. He totaled 650 points in his career.

Durkee shot 43.7% in the field and 66.7% at the stripe, averaging 4.1 rebounds and 8.7 points per game. He scored 484 points in his career.

The girls will play in the OCA All-State game July 24th at the Oral Roberts University Mabee Center at 8:30 p.m. They will also play in the OGBCA All-State game June 1st at 1:00 p.m. at Norman North High School.

Small West Boys

Conner Boydston (Big Pasture)
Mountae Edmundson Jr. (Centennial)
Cason McLemore (Cyril)
Noah Claussen (Duke)
Kellen Hines (Ft. Cobb-Broxton)
Jalen Johnson (Hobart)
Tate Cathcart (Hooker)
Syrus Grisby (Luther)
Cristian Avila (Okarche)
Hugh Edmo (Riverside)

Large West Boys

Kobe Higgins (Del City)
Drew Tennial (Edmond Memorial)
Antonio Gordon (Eisenhower)
Dyson Plumley (El Reno)
William McDonald (Heritage Hall)
Trey Green (Kingfisher)
Jett Sternberger (Kingfisher)
J.D. Ray (Midwest City)
Shemar Smith (Norman North)
Micah Thomas (Putnam North)

Small West Girls

Caitlin Flackman (Burlington)
Olivia Curtis (Christian Heritage)
Fayth Laughlin (Cyril)
Maddie Mason (Fairview)
Halee Morris (Hammon
Tresha Yager (OK Christian Academy)
Karly Gore (Seiling)
Macy Gore (Seiling)
Payton Row (Sulphur)
Katelyn Crosthwait (Washington)

Large West Girls

Sierra Gordon (Ardmore)
Aliyah Llanusa (Choctaw)
Kamri Heath (Edmond North)
Keira Neal (Edmond Santa Fe)
Izzy Cummins (Elgin)
Paige Pendley (Elgin)
Cur’tiera Haywood (Mustang)
Jacie Evans (Norman North)
Maci Attalla (Piedmont)
Regan Crawford (Piedmont)

Small East Boys

Gabe Gouge (Dale)
Cale Lazenby (Glencoe)
Houston Greggs (Hugo)
Jacob Germany (Kingston)
R.J. Weeks (Kingston)
Josh Lynch (Kinta)
Justin Seay (Rejoice Christian)
Tylor Perry (Spiro)
Sando Hill (Vanoss)
C.J. Briley (Wright City)

Large East Boys

Seth Hurd (Booker T. Washington)
Jace Jordan (Broken Bow)
Kaleb Stokes (Lincoln Christian)
Seth Pomeroy (Owasso)
Camryn Dennis (Sapulpa)
Julian Smith (Sapulpa)
Hunter Staten (Stillwater)
Jaylan Thomas (Tulsa Central)
Kalib Boone (Tulsa Memorial)
Keylan Boone (Tulsa Memorial)

Small East Girls

Kyle Rogers (Adair)
Maddie Harelson (Davenport)
Macayla Needham (Eufala)
Morgan Romero (Frontier)
Jaycee Kitchell (Hartshorne)
Jalei Oglesby (Howe)
Emma Epperly (Latta)
Makayla Miller (Smithville)
Jonia Walker (Tahlequah Seqouoyah)
Nakai Harjo (Varnum)

Large East Girls

Jena’ Williams (Bartlesville)
Gabby Gregory (Holland Hall)
Hannah Boyett (Muldrow)
M’Kayla Hillman (Pryor)
Destiny Johnson (Sand Springs)
Holly Kersgieter (Sand Springs)
Lauren Fields (Shawnee)
Makyra Tramble (Shawnee)
Gem Summers (Victory Christian)
Lakara Jordan (Will Rogers)

All Star Boys

Class B
Conner Boydston (Big Pasture)
Hayden Dill (Boswell)
Jett Snowden (Calumet)
Dakota Reedy (Carney)
Jaylon Stanton (Chattanooga)
Garrick Askew (Copan)
Noah Claussen (Duke)
Tommy McGee (Duke)
Brian Brinkley (Erick)
Kris Fargo (Freedom)
Kidd Barrera (Granite)
Josh Lynch (Kinta)
Braden Ray (Kinta)
Alex Leon (Lookeba-Sickles)
Karlonte Carter (New Lima)
Adam Deatherage (New Lima)
Brody Brooks (Paoli)
Nathan Winter (Stringtown)
Class A
Kooper Boatright (Alex)
Garrett Addington (Clayton)
Casen McLemore (Cyril)
Albert Suarez (Cyril)
Kellen Hines (Ft. Cobb-Broxton)
Dante Lightfoot (Frontier)
Connor Norman (Frontier)
Braiden Clark (Glencoe)
Cale Lazenby (Glencoe)
Cord Morlan (Hydro-Eakly)
Cache Stone (Kiowa)
Dane Duvall (Laverne)
Mason Hart (Pond Creek-Hunter)
Cristian Avila (Okarche)
Tucker Neuenschwander (Okarche)
Osvaldo Lora (Ringwood)
Dayne Bowerman (Roff)
Reece Alexander (Sterling)
Bryce Conley (Strother)
Bryson Sherlin (Velma-Alma)
Ethan Adams (Whitesboro)
Trevor Roberts (Whitesboro)
Bobby Rose (Whitesboro)
C.J. Briley (Wright City)
Class 2A
Joey D’Angelo (Carnegie)
Tristan Hainta (Carnegie)
Hugo Rodriguez (Hennessey)
Jalen Johnson (Hobart)
Alec Meinert (Hobart)
Tate Cathcart (Hooker)
Syrus Grisby (Luther)
Trevor Damron (Merritt)
Dayken Rackley (Minco)
Malik Pete (Northeast Academy)
Darvin Petties (Northeast Academy)
Rodney Gray (Wayne)
Class 3A
Mountae’ Edmunson Jr. (Centennial)
Kolton Childers (Chisholm)
Zach Hale (Christian Heritage)
Hoston Greggs (Hugo)
Laquon Wells (Idabel)
Nicholas Watson (Jones)
Jacob Heath (Kellyville)
Jordan White (Kellyville)
Jacob Germany (Kingston)
Conner Brister (Kingston)
R.J. Weeks (Kingston)
Dylan Gibson (Little Axe)
Zane Nutter (Marietta)
Trace Stewart (Marietta)
Coleton Taylor (Marietta)
Trevor Burns (Metro Christian)
Jacob Mershon (Metro Christian)
Hugh Edmo (Riverside)
Titus Owens (Riverside)
Chase Pyeatt (Roland)
Tylor Perry (Spiro)
Malik Gilliam (Star Spencer)
Blaine Garner (Tahlequah Sequoyah)
Manuel Trejo (Washington)
Class 4A
Christian Bravehart (Anadarko)
David Miller (Bethany)
Jack Kiker (Blanchard)
Jace Jordan (Broken Bow)
Theran Smith (Byng)
Holden Bartosovsky (Elgin)
Connor Slater (Elgin)
Nolan Fox (Harrah)
Will McDonald (Heritage Hall)
Jordan Spurlock (Inola)
Corey Coleman (John Marshall)
Patrick Garrett (John Marshall)
Trey Green (Kingfisher)
Jett Sternberger (Kingfisher)
Kaleb Stokes (Lincoln Christian)
Jake Banfield (Mannford)
Daniel Keizer (Mannford)
Lucas Wolfe (Stilwell)
Jaylan Thomas (Tulsa Central)
Garrett Rouse (Tuttle)
Ashton Bartholemew (Wagoner)
Class 5A
Jack Foreman (Del City)
Kobe Higgins (Del City)
Sam Petersen (Duncan)
Kevin Wilson (Duncan)
Antonio Gordon (Eisenhower)
Derek Havern (El Reno)
Eli Hollis (El Reno)
Dyson Plumley (El Reno)
Zach Lerblance (McAlester)
Hunter Oden (Piedmont)
Kalib Boone (Tulsa Memorial)
Keylan Booner (Tulsa Memorial)
Class 6A
Seth Hurd (Booker T. Washington)
Miles Slater (Deer Creek)
Zach Tretheway (Deer Creek)
Drew Tennial (Edmond Memorial)
Jaylen O’Conner (Edmond Santa Fe)
Peyton Golightly (Jenks)
Blake Seacat (Jenks)
J.D. Ray (Midwest City)
Shemar Smith (Norman North)
Seth Pomeroy (Owasso)
Micah Thomas (Putnam North)
Cole Durkee (Sand Springs)
Cale Savage (Sand Springs)
Camryn Dennis (Sapulpa)
Julian Smith (Sapulpa)
Deandre Love (Shawnee)
Dylan Smith (Stillwater)
Hunter Staten (Stillwater)

All Star Girls

Class B
Carli Word (Arnett)
Marcy Segovia (Boise City-Keyes)
Courtney Williams (Boise City-Keyes)
Caitlin Flackman (Burlington)
Esmerelda Muniz (Calumet)
Cari Bruster (Chattanooga)
Faith Calhoun (Granite)
Morgan Miller (Hammon)
Halee Morris (Hammon)
Kenedie Walker (Hammon)
Alexis PAck (Mulhall-Orlando)
Kayleigh Hunter (Red Oak)
Madison Factor (Sasakwa)
Jaden Severin (Timberlake)
Savannah Deatherage (Varnum)
Nakai Harjo (Varnum)
Madyson Kinsey (Varnum)
Madison Carter (Webbers Falls)
Shianne Garrison (Webbers Falls)
Class A
Leanne Thompson (Canute)
Jasmine Boyett (Cheyenne)
Fayth Laughlin (Cyril)
Maddie Harelson (Davenport)
Savannah Been (Dewar)
Morgan Britt (Dewar)
Shelby Black (Frontier)
Marilyn Goodman (Frontier)
Morgan Romero (Frontier)
Mady Swart (Garber)
Cassie Manning (Glencoe)
Gabbi Parker (Hydro-Eakley)
Kalyn Yancey (Hydro-Eakley)
Kassidy Rother (Okarche)
Karley Miller (OK Christian Academy)
Tresha Yager (OK Christian Academy)
Cambry Hokit (Porum)
Karly Gore (Seiling)
Macy Gore (Seiling)
Raylee Tautfest (Seiling)
Kynsie Brown (Smithville)
Makayla Miller (Smithville)
Alexis Chamberlain (Stonewall)
Dawsyn Lyon (Stonewall)
Class 2A
Haley Davis (Chouteau-Mazie)
Sydni Keys (Chouteau-Mazie)
Giselle Wilson (Chouteau-Mazie)
Lacy Savage (Dale)
Maddie Mason (Fairview)
Jaycee Kitchell (Hartshorne)
Taylor Robinson (Hollis)
Alaijah Stewart (Hollis)
Jalei Oglesby (Howe)
Emma Epperly (Latta)
Shelby Garrett (Latta)
Caitlin Bailey (Luther)
Dustie Pence (Mangum)
Emme Douglas (Minco)
Cassidy Franklin (Minco)
Cheyanne Crain (Mounds)
Kalee Cross (Navajo)
Aiyonnah Tecumseh (Preston)
Caitlyn Long (Rush Springs)
Morgan White (Rush Springs)
Kelby Wilson (Sayre)
Cierra Johnson (Wellston)
Tarrah Stevens (Wyandotte)
Class 3A
Kyla Rogers (Adair)
Lauren Masquat (Chandler)
Olivia Curtis (Christian Heritage)
Macayla Needham (Eufala)
Lauren Lee (Henryetta)
Meagan Bartee (Lindsay)
Madison Anderson (Lone Grove)
Korbyn Leblanc (OK Christian)
Cava Wright (Prague)
Seanna Boltz (Riverside)
Keva New Holy (Riverside)
Madison Slinkey (Riverside)
Payton Row (Sulphur)
Jonia Walker (Tahlequah Sequoyah)
Katelyn Crosthwait (Washington)
Class 4A
Jessica Quetone (Anadarko)
Kimberly Stephens (Anadarko)
Mollee Mason (Bristow)
Braelyn Berlowitz (Cushing)
Izzy Cummins (Elgin)
Paige Pendley (Elgin)
Melissa Southard (Elk City)
Danielle Johnson (Fort Gibson)
Macee Barnes (Grove)
Hannah Stanley (Heritage Hall)
Gabby Gregory (Holland Hall)
Jkatelyn Stolz (Kingfisher)
Hannah Boyett (Muldrow)
Madison Chambers (Muldrow)
Caleigh Stevenson (OKC Douglass)
Cailen Jolley (Pauls Valley)
Kycen Dunivan (Perkins-Tryon)
Coley Larson (Perkins-Tryon)
Anna Simmons (Plainview)
Eva Fryrear (Tuttle)
Macy McAdoo (Tuttle)
Callie Battenfield (Verdigris)
Gem Summers (Victory Christian)
River Jeffries (Vinita)
Class 5A
Jordan Benway (Altus)
Kaylen Carroll (Altus)
Sierra Gordon (Ardmore)
Bryn Willt (Collinsville)
Kiera Davis (El Reno)
Merzedes Macias (El Reno)
Hallie Horton (Lawton Eisenhower)
Ginger Reece (Lawton Eisenhower)
Sydney Gunter (Lawton MacArthur)
Haelee Hudson (Noble)
Maci Attalla (Piedmont)
Regan Crawford (Piedmont)
M’Kayla Hillman (Pryor)
Kenzie Silkey (Pryor)
Hollie Wood (Pryor)
Taya Green (Tahlequah)
Allia Stayathome (Tahlequah)
Lakara Jordan (Will Rogers)
Kami Porter (Woodward)
Class 6A
Jena’ Williams (Bartlesville)
Dariann Myles (Bixby)
Sydnee Schovanec (Bixby)
Aliyah Llanusa (Choctaw)
Makayla White (Choctaw)
Adrianna Carrethers (Deer Creek)
Taylor Norman (Edmond Memorial)
Kamri Heath (Edmond North)
Krislyn Jones (Edmond Santa Fe)
Keira Neal (Edmond Santa Fe)
Koreea Kirksey (Midwest City)
Ellsie Foreman (Mustang)
Cur’Tiera Haywood (Mustang)
Jacie Evans (Norman North)
Madison Birnbaum (Ponca City)
Destiny Johnson (Sand Springs)
Holly Kersgieter (Sand Springs)
Taylor Dement (Sapulpa)
Lauren Fields (Shawnee)
Makyra Tramble (Shawnee)
Jaci Littell (Stillwater)
Alyzha Knapp (Union)
Sadie Moyer (Union)
Sunny Middleton (Yukon)

CPHS Basketball: Richardson, Kersgieter, Johnson named to All-Conference First Team

The Frontier Valley Conference recently announced its All-Conference accolades for the 2018-2019 basketball season and Sand Springs was well represented.

University of Tulsa-commit Destiny Johnson and University of Kansas-commit Holly Kersgieter were both named to the All-Conference First Team. Johnson was also named Defensive Player of the Year. Northeastern State University-commit Isabella Regalado received an honorable mention. All three Lady Sandites are seniors.

Johnson and Kersgieter were also recently named to the Oklahoma Girls Basketball Coaches Association All-State Team.

On the boys side, junior standout Davon Richardson was a First Team selection and Northern Oklahoma College Baseball-commit Cale Savage made the Third Team. Also on the third team was Jenks senior Peyton Golightly, who played for Sand Springs his sophomore year.

Johnson shot 48.3% in the field and 75.9% on free throws this season, averaging 16.6 points, 3.7 rebounds, 1.3 assists, and 2.8 steals per game. She scored 1,315 points in her career.

Kersgieter shot 46.5% in the field and 76.1% at the charity stripe, averaging 19.2 points, 9.2 rebounds, 1.3 assists, and 2.0 steals per game. She finished her career with 1,406 points.

Regalado shot 32.1% in the field and 72.0% from the stripe, averaging 7.2 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 1.2 steals per game. She scored 695 career points.

Richardson shot 48.9% in the field and 69.2% at the free throw line, averaging 15.7 points, 8.4 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 1.0 steal, and 1.1 blocks per game. His career scoring total stands at 718.

Savage shot 45.7% in the field and 78.5% at the stripe, averaging 12.0 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.0 assist per game. He totaled 650 points in his career.

The Charles Page girls won their second FVC Championship in the past three years with a perfect 14-0 conference record. The boys went 9-5 for fourth place.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

OSSAA 6A Basketball Area Results and State Tournament Pairings

OSSAA 6A Boys’ Basketball

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


OSSAA 6A Girls’ Basketball Rankings

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

CPHS Basketball Season Rewind: 2018-2019 continues recent tradition of Sandite excellence

The 2018-2019 Charles Page High School boys’ basketball team continued a recent tradition of team excellence before their season came to an end Saturday.

They fell one round short of the State Tournament, but even making the Area finals is something unheard of for Sandites just a few years ago. The team finished with a 17-9 record overall, and were 9-5 in the Frontier Valley Conference.

The Sandites hosted their first Regional Tournament since 2001 and won their first Regional title since 1956. Last season they made it to the State Tournament for the first time since 1963. It was the fifth-straight ten-win season for Sand Springs, the second-best record in the Eric Savage era, and they finished the year ranked fifth in Class 6A. Just six seasons ago the Sandites went 1-21 before Savage took the reigns.

This year’s team included five total seniors: Cale Savage, Cole Durkee, Kason Hughes, Jonathan Quier, and Sam Anderson. Savage and Durkee were the only senior starters. The Class of 2019 went 62-41 in their careers and 30-26 in conference, finishing fourth in the Frontier Valley two straight years.

The team averaged 61.96 points per game, the best offense of the Savage era, and had the best Home Court record at 7-2.

Junior Davon Richardson led the team in numerous statistical categories with 15.7 points, 2.4 offensive rebounds, 6.1 defensive rebounds, 2 assists, and 1.1 blocks per game. He led the team in scoring on fifteen occasions with six double-doubles and a season-best performance of 26 points against Northwest Classen. He also had the team’s best field-goal percentage at 48.9%.

Cale Savage was the most accurate player on the team from all three ranges. He shot 39.8% on threes, 63.0% on twos, and 78.5% at the free throw line. He was second on the team in total scoring with 12 points per game and had the best single-game performance, scoring 35 against the Hoops For Christ Warriors.

The Sandites will return three regular starters and four players with starting experience, as well as 63% of their scoring power next season. This season brought Coach Savage’s career record to 387-164 (.702) overall, and 82-71 (.536) at Sand Springs.

Charles Page High School Team Stats

Average Box Score
CPHS 62 Opponent 55
1Q: CPHS 14-14.
2Q: CPHS 14-12.
3Q: CPHS 15-14.
4Q: CPHS 18-15.
(OT: CPHS 11-6).
Free Throws: CPHS 14-of-20, Opp 11-of-18.
2-pt Shooting: CPHS 16-of-29, Opp 13-of-28.
3-pt Shooting: CPHS 5-of-16, Opp 6-of-18.
Field Goals: CPHS 21-of-45, Opp 19-of-46.
Offensive Rebounds: CPHS 8, Opp 7.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 21, Opp 16.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 29, Opp 23.
Steals: CPHS 6, Opp 7.
Blocks: CPHS 3, Opp 2.
Fouls: CPHS 16, Opp 17.

Individual Stats

Games Played
26 Fox
26 Hurd
26 Cale Savage
26 Durkee
25 Minney
23 Richardson
23 Hawkins
23 Quier
22 Cason Savage
17 Hughes
6 Anderson

Games Started
26 Fox
26 Cale Savage
26 Durkee
25 Minney
23 Richardson
3 Hurd
1 Quier

Leading Scorer (Games)
15 Richardson
7 Cale Savage
2 Minney
1 Hurd
1 Fox

Double-Doubles
6 Richardson
1 Durkee
1 Minney
1 Hurd

Career Points
718 Richardson
650 Cale Savage
484 Durkee
276 Fox
255 Minney
129 Hurd
44 Hawkins
38 Cason Savage
32 Hughes
28 Quier
10 Anderson

Season Points
361 Richardson
311 Cale Savage
241 Fox
226 Durkee
212 Minney
129 Hurd
44 Hawkins
35 Cason Savage
27 Hughes
18 Quier
6 Anderson

Season High
35 Cale Savage
26 Richardson
23 Minney
18 Hurd
17 Durkee
17 Fox
11 Hawkins
11 Cason Savage
11 Hughes
7 Quier
3 Anderson

Points Per Game
15.7 Richardson
12.0 Cale Savage
9.3 Fox
8.7 Durkee
8.5 Minney
5.0 Hurd
1.9 Hawkins
1.6 Hughes
1.6 Cason Savage
1.0 Anderson
0.8 Quier

Field Goal Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts, both ranges)
48.9% Richardson
45.8% Minney
45.7% Cale Savage
44.7% Fox
43.7% Durkee

Three-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
39.8% Cale Savage
34.9% Durkee
29.0% Richardson
24.5% Fox
16.7% Minney

Two-Point Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
63.0% Cale Savage
59.4% Hurd
55.1% Fox
52.4% Durkee
51.5% Richardson
51.2% Minney

Free Throw Percentage*
(Minimum 15 attempts)
78.5% Cale Savage
69.2% Richardson
66.7% Minney
67.5% Fox
66.7% Durkee
65.2% Hawkins
58.8% Hurd

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

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

Total Rebounds
8.4 Richardson
5.4 Minney
4.1 Durkee
3.4 Cale Savage
3.3 Hurd
2.6 Fox
1.4 Hawkins
1.1 Quier
0.7 Cason Savage
0.5 Anderson
0.3 Hughes

Assists
2.0 Richardson
1.0 Minney
1.0 Cale Savage
0.8 Fox
0.6 Cason Savage
0.6 Durkee
0.3 Quier
0.2 Anderson
0.1 Hawkins
0.1 Hurd
0.1 Hughes

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

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

Fouls
3.0 Minney
2.9 Fox
2.9 Richardson
1.8 Hurd
1.7 Cale Savage
1.4 Hawkins
1.2 Durkee
1.1 Cason Savage
0.4 Quier
0.4 Hughes

CPHS Basketball: Sandites end season 55-44 against defending State Champs, presented by Kelly Smith Farmers Insurance

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The Class 6A No. 5 ranked Charles Page High School boys’ Basketball team (17-9) won the third and fourth quarters of their Saturday night playoff game in Skiatook, but a nineteen-point halftime deficit was too much to overcome. The Sandites ended their season in a 55-44 loss to the defending State Champions, No. 16 Putnam City North (14-13) in the Area Consolation Finals.

Coverage is sponsored by Kelly Smith Farmers Insurance Agency.

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The Panthers started and ended the first period on 9-0 runs, broken up by back-to-back layups from Davon Richardson for an 18-4 lead. Micah Thomas scored four free throws in the first period and kicked off the second with a layup before Cale Savage ended the eleven-point run with a three. 

Sand Springs fared slightly better in the second period, cutting the deficit back to 22-11 with free throws from Richardson and Marlo Fox, but the Panthers ended on an eight-point run for the 30-11 halftime advantage. Putnam came away with seven steals and five offensive rebounds in the half.

The Sandites shut that down in the second half, giving up only one more steal and one more offensive rebound, but it was too late. They won the third period 15-9 to keep the game alive. Richardson, Cole Durkee, and Jaeden Hurd kicked off the period, and Durkee and Savage both hit threes to end the stanza 39-26.

Durkee hit a three and Marlo Fox followed it with a layup to cut it back to single digits with 3:45 to play. Thomas hit two from the stripe, Fox sank a three, then Jeff Wanko, Kaylon Russell, and Thomas combined for five. Fox drew his fifth foul at the 2:03 mark and the team was unable to make headway from then on.

Three Sandites finished in double digits. Richardson finished with twelve, Cale Savage had eleven, and Durkee had ten. Only one Panther broke double, but Thomas totaled a game-high 28 to outscore the Sandites’ top two combined.

PCN 55 CPHS 44.
1Q:
PCN 18-4.
2Q:
PCN 12-7.
3Q:
CPHS 15-9.
4Q:
CPHS 18-16.
Free Throws:
PCN 23-of-33, CPHS 7-of-15.
Field Goals:
PCN 15-of-34, CPHS 16-of-39.
Offensive Rebounds:
PCN 6, CPHS 4.
Defensive Rebounds:
PCN 15, CPHS 15.
Total Rebounds:
PCN 21, CPHS 19.
Steals:
PCN 7, CPHS 1.
Blocks:
PCN 2, CPHS 3.
Fouls:
PCN 16, CPHS 24.

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring:
Richardson 12, Cale Savage 11, Durkee 10, Fox 7, Hurd 2, Hawkins 2.
Offensive Rebounds:
Richardson 1, Cale Savage 1, Minney 1, Hawkins 1.
Defensive Rebounds:
Richardson 8, Fox 2, Cale Savage 2, Durkee 2, Hurd 1.
Total Rebounds:
Richardson 9, Cale Savage 3, Fox 2, Durkee 2, Minney 1, Hurd 1, Hawkins 1.
Assists:
Richardson 1.
Steals:
Fox 1.
Blocks:
Richardson 1, Durkee 1, Hurd 1.
Fouls:
Fox 5, Richardson 4, Minney 3, Durkee 3, Cason Savage 3, Hawkins 3, Cale Savage 2, Quier 1.

(Putnam North Scoring): Thomas 28, Russell 8, Roland 5, Jeff Wanko 4, Stevenson 4, White 3, Josh Wanko 3.

CPHS Basketball Preview presented by Kelly Smith - Farmers Insurance

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

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

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

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

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

Against Mutual Opponents…

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

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

Charles Page High School Team Stats

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

Individual Stats (Boys)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

CPHS Basketball: Sandites fall 73-51 to Sapulpa at Area, presented by Kelly Smith - Farmers Insurance

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Friday night’s Area Championship game had double the usual stakes as the winning team not only punched their ticket to the State Tournament, but got to do so against their biggest rivals.

Class 6A No. 4 ranked Sapulpa (21-4) prevailed 73-51 to improve to 2-1 against No. 5 Sand Springs (17-8) this season. The Sandites won their first meeting, but the Chieftains spoiled the Sandites’ regular season finale, and sabotaged their bid for an Area title.

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Sapulpa will advance to the State Tournament next Thursday, while the Sandites will get one more chance Saturday at 8:00 p.m. at Skiatook High School. They will play the winner of No. 9 Union (15-9) vs. No. 16 Putnam City North (12-13).

Sapulpa led for the majority of the first period, but always with the Sandites nipping at their heels. Cale Savage gave Sand Springs their first lead, 11-10, at the 3:30 mark with a three-pointer, and did it again just a minute later. Marlo Fox tied it at 15-15 with 1:36 to play, but the Chieftains ended the period 20-15 with a three from Jayde Duncan. 

The Chieftains maintained their three-point advantage through most of the second period, but kept their foes in contention with numerous fouls. Josh Minney briefly tied it at 24-24 with a three-point play, but Hunter Hoggatt immediately put his team back out front with a long three and Camryn Dennis added to it with a three-point play of his own. Richardson put back a pair of shots from Cole Durkee and Cason Savage laid up to cut it back to 33-30, but Hoggatt and Vernon Durant rattled off three from the stripe and Dennis dunked to take a 38-30 advantage into the locker room. 

Sand Springs never led in the second half.

Te’Zohn Taft gave his team their first double-digit advantage on the opening play of the half. Richardson hit a pair of twos and Minney scored twice from the stripe, but Jacoby Durant sank a three and Hoggatt hit a pair of free throws to make it 48-36. Jacoby Durant added two more before Durkee broke up the run with a pair of ones. Minney and Jaeden Hurd scored buckets late in the period and Daren Hawkins ended it with a free throw, but the Sandites were down 56-43. 

Hoggatt hit a two to start the final period and Jacoby Durant followed it with a three. Richardson scored two, but Eli Williams added a goal of his own and Jacoby Durant hit a pair of free throws to make it 65-45. The Chieftains maintained their twenty-point lead for the remainder of the game.

Richardson led the Sandites with fourteen points and fifteen rebounds for his sixth double-double of the season. Cale Savage scored eleven points and Minney added ten.

Jacoby Durant led all scorers with sixteen points, followed by Taft with thirteen, Hoggatt with twelve, and Smith with eleven.

Sapulpa 73 CPHS 51.
1Q:
SHS 20-15.
2Q:
SHS 18-15.
3Q:
SHS 18-13.
4Q:
SHS 17-8.
Free Throws:
SHS 14-of-33, CPHS 16-of-25.
Field Goals:
SHS 26-of-56, CPHS 16-of-40.
Offensive Rebounds:
SHS 11, CPHS 10.
Defensive Rebounds:
SHS 15, CPHS 28.
Total Rebounds:
SHS 26, CPHS 38.
Steals:
SHS 12, CPHS 2.
Blocks:
SHS 3, CPHS 4.
Fouls:
SHS 21, CPHS 23.

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring:
Richardson 14, Cale Savage 11, Minney 10, Durkee 5, Hurd 5, Fox 3, Cason Savage 2, Hawkins 1.
Offensive Rebounds:
Richardson 5, Cale Savage 1, Minney 1, Durkee 1, Quier 1, Anderson 1.
Defensive Rebounds:
Richardson 10, Cale Savage 3, Durkee 3, Cason Savage 3, Fox 2, Minney 2, Hurd 1, Hawkins 1, Quier 1, Hughes 1, Anderson 1.
Total Rebounds:
Richardson 15, Cale Savage 4, Durkee 4, Minney 3, Fox 2, Cason Savage 3, Quier 2, Anderson 2, Hurd 1, Hawkins 1, Hughes 1.
Assists:
Richardson 1, Fox 1.
Steals:
Minney 1, Cason Savage 1.
Blocks:
Richardson 2, Fox 1, Minney 1.
Fouls:
Hawkins 5, Fox 4, Cason Savage 4, Richardson 3, Minney 3, Cale Savage 2, Durkee 1, Hawkins 1.

(Sapulpa Scoring): Jacoby Durant 16, Taft 13, Hoggatt 12, Smith 11, Dennis 8, Duncan 6, Williams 4, #30 2, Vernon Durant 1.

CPHS Basketball Preview presented by Kelly Smith - Farmers Insurance

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

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

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

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

Girls

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

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

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

Looking at mutual opponents…

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

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

Boys

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

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

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

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

Mutual Opponents:

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

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

Charles Page High School Team Stats

CPHS Girls

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

CPHS Boys

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

Individual Stats (Boys)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Individual Stats (Girls)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

OSSAA 6A Basketball Regional Results and Area Assignments

OSSAA 6A Boys’ Basketball

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

East-Area Assignments

Claremore High School
201 East Stuart Roosa
Claremore, OK 74017

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

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

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

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

West-Area Assignments

Yukon High School
1777 South Yukon Parkway
Yukon, OK 73099

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

Mustang High School
801 South Snyder Drive
Mustang, OK 73064

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

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


OSSAA 6A Girls’ Basketball Rankings

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

East-Area Assignments

Jenks High School
205 East B Street
Jenks, OK 74037

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

Claremore High School
201 East Stuart Roosa
Claremore, OK 74017

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

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

West-Area Assignments

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

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

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

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

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

CPHS Basketball: Boys win Regional Championship, Richardson scores 18

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The Class 6A No. 5 ranked Charles Page High School boys basketball team (17-7) defeated No. 11 Southmoore (17-8) 60-51 in a physical back and forth affair Saturday night at the Ed Dubie Field House. Davon Richardson led the way for the Sandites finishing with a double-double, scoring eighteen points and grabbing fourteen rebounds, including nine offensive boards.

The first quarter was a stalemate with both teams trading baskets throughout. Junior Sabercat guard Jordan Thompson kicked off the scoring by hitting a three on the game’s first possession, part of his seven point first quarter en route to a team high thirteen points. Sandites Josh Minney, Cole Durkee, and Cale Savage all hit threes of their own leading to a 12-12 tie after one quarter.

The second frame saw Sand Springs build a lead they would never relinquish, holding the visitors scoreless for the first 6:32 of the quarter, with Savage and Richardson each accounting for four points in the period including a buzzer beating triple from Richardson.

Southmoore trimmed the Sandite lead to eight heading into the final quarter, but Richardson took the game over scoring the first nine Sand Springs points of the period. The Sabercats managed to come as close as three points in the last stanza after back to back threes from Domingo Ward, but quality free throw shooting from Cason Savage and the rest of the Sandites kept Southmoore at bay and Richardson capped off the victory with a one-handed put-back dunk in the waning seconds.  

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

CPHS 60 SHS 51
1Q:
All 12-12.
2Q:
CPHS 13-4.
3Q:
SHS 12-11.
4Q:
CPHS 24-23.
Free Throws:
CPHS 22-of-31, SHS 15-of-22.
Field Goals:
CPHS 16-of-44, SHS 15-of-41.
Offensive Rebounds:
CPHS 14, SHS 15.
Defensive Rebounds:
CPHS 25, SHS 20.
Total Rebounds:
CPHS 39, SHS 35.
Steals:
CPHS 4, SHS 5.
Blocks:
CPHS 4, SHS 4.
Fouls:
CPHS 16, SHS 20.

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring:
Richardson 18, Durkee 12, Cale Savage 10, Cason Savage 7, Minney 6, Hurd 5, Fox 2.
Offensive Rebounds:
Richardson 9, Minney 3, Hurd 2.
Defensive Rebounds:
Fox 6, Richardson 5, Cale Savage 5, Hurd 4, Durkee 3, Minney 2.
Total Rebounds:
Richardson 14, Fox 6, Hurd 6, Minney 5, Cale Savage 5, Durkee 3.
Assists:
Richardson 3, Cale Savage 3, Durkee 2, Minney 1.
Steals:
Richardson 1, Cale Savage 1, Minney 1, Cason Savage 1.
Blocks:
Richardson 3, Minney 1.
Fouls:
Fox 4, Minney 3, Richardson 2, Cale Savage 2, Durkee 2, Cason Savage 2, Hurd 1.

(Southmoore Scoring): Thompson 13, Godwin 10, Ryan 8, Ward 8, Kline 6, Jackson 4, Scott 2.

CPHS Basketball: Boys hold off Enid 48-44 at Regionals, Savage scores 18

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The Class 6A No. 5 ranked Charles Page High School boys’ basketball team (16-7) won its first round Regional playoff game Friday night against Enid (6-16), punching their ticket to the Area playoffs for the third straight year.

They will play No. 11 Southmoore (17-7) Saturday at 7:00 p.m. as they look for their first Regional title in the Eric Savage era.

The Plainsmen were a far tougher opponent than the Sandites expected, and the home team was shorthanded without leading-scorer Davon Richardson. Enid led eight times in the game and never trailed by more than seven, but couldn’t get out front in the final period.

The first period saw seven lead changes with Abraham Rodriguez leading all scorers in a ten-point performance for the Plainsmen. The Sandites scored seven straight for at 15-12 advantage but Enid closed on a four point run.

Cale Savage was the driving force for the home team, scoring eleven in the first half. Sand Springs held the visitors to six points in the second period for a 26-22 halftime lead. Josh Minney scored six in the second period.

Enid stayed competitive through the third, leading twice and trailing only 36-35 to start the final stanza.

Marlo Fox scored three to start the period. Savage, Cyson Mathis, Fox, and Rodriguez took turns making layups. Will Phillips scored a pair of free throws for the Plainsmen, but Minney made one and Cason Savage hit two more for a seven-point lead in the final minute. Rodriguez sank a three with eleven seconds remaining, but that would be the final goal of the game.

Rodriguez led all scorers with 21 points and was the only Plainsman in double digits. Cale Savage led the Sandites with eighteen points, followed by Fox with ten.

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

CPHS 48 Enid 44.
1Q:
Enid 16-15.
2Q:
CPHS 11-6.
3Q:
Enid 13-10.
4Q:
CPHS 12-9.
Free Throws:
CPHS 10-of-15, Enid 6-of-10.
Field Goals:
Enid 17-of-39, CPHS 17-of-40.
Offensive Rebounds:
CPHS 8, Enid 8.
Defensive Rebounds:
Enid 18, CPHS 15.
Total Rebounds:
Enid 26, CPHS 23.
Steals:
CPHS 9, Enid 3.
Blocks:
CPHS 3, Enid 3.
Fouls:
CPHS 15, Enid 17.

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring:
Cale Savage 18, Fox 10, Minney 8, Durkee 6, Hurd 4, Cason Savage 2.
Offensive Rebounds:
Durkee 3, Minney 2, Hurd 2, Fox 1.
Defensive Rebounds:
Hurd 5, Minney 4, Cale Savage 3, Durkee 2, Hawkins 1.
Total Rebounds:
Hurd 7, Minney 6, Durkee 5, Cale Savage 3, Fox 1, Hawkins 1.
Assists:
Fox 2, Cale Savage 2, Minney 1, Durkee 1, Cason Savage 1.
Steals:
Fox 2, Cale Savage 2, Minney 2, Durkee 1, Cason Savage 1, Hawkins 1.
Blocks:
Minney 2, Fox 1.
Fouls:
Hurd 4, Hawkins 3, Minney 3, Fox 2, Quier 2, Durkee 1.

(Enid Scoring): Rodriguez 21, Mathis 9, Owens 8, Menefield 2, Simmons 2, Phillips 2.

CPHS Basketball Preview: Sandites host Regional Tournament Thursday through Saturday

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

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

Girls

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

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

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

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

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

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

Boys

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

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

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

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

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

Frontier Valley Conference Final Standings

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

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

Charles Page High School Team Stats

CPHS Girls

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

CPHS Boys

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

Individual Stats (Boys)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Individual Stats (Girls)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

CPHS Basketball: Chieftains spoil Sandite Senior Night 89-77, Richardson scores 16

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The Class 6A No. 5 ranked Charles Page High School boys basketball team (15-7, 9-5) had their Senior Night spoiled by the Highway 97 rivalry. The Sandites were topped 89-77 by No. 14 Sapulpa (17-3, 10-2) Friday night at the Ed Dubie Field House, losing to their biggest foes for the first time since 2017.

The Sandites previously defeated Sapulpa 70-64 earlier this season, but the Chieftains upped their field goal accuracy by 9% and benefited from a mess of free throw opportunities to avenge the loss.

The two teams combined for fifty personal fouls and seventy free throw attempts. The Chieftains won that battle as well, shooting 75% to the Sandites’ 62%.

Both teams had ten players apiece in the scorebook. Four Sandites posted double digits and five Chieftains. Sapulpa’s Camryn Dennis led all scorers with nineteen points followed by Sandite junior Davon Richardson with sixteen.

For Sapulpa Julian Smith scored fifteen, Jayde Duncan had fourteen, Eli Williams had twelve, and Hunter Hoggatt added ten. For Sand Springs Marlo Fox scored thirteen, Cale Savage scored twelve and Josh Minney had eleven.

Sapulpa clinched the No. 2 spot in the conference with the win, while the Sandites settled for fourth for the second year in a row.

The two teams traded the lead nine times in the first period but the Chieftains went on a ten point run in the second and never looked back. Duncan spurred the drive with three consecutive three-pointers. The first came at the end of the first period for a 14-13 lead.

Duncan kicked off the second with six and Dennis dunked to make it 22-13 and soon after Sapulpa went on a run to make it 32-17. Cole Durkee scored through a foul to break the streak, Savage sank a three, and Fox hit a free throw to briefly get back within single digits and by the end of the half they were only down 39-31.

Sapulpa put the game completely out reach in the third, taking a 66-47 lead into the final period and still led 84-60 with three minutes to play. Both teams sent in the second string from there and the Sandites went on a nine-point run to get the game back under twenty.

Both teams will host their own Regional tournaments next week, but Sapulpa still has one regular season game left. The Sandites will play Enid (6-15) Friday at 8:00 p.m. while the Chieftains will travel to Bartlesville (10-12, 4-9) Tuesday at 8:00 p.m.

SHS 89 CPHS 77
1Q:
SHS 14-13.
2Q:
SHS 25-18.
3Q:
SHS 27-16.
4Q:
CPHS 30-23.
Free Throws:
SHS 27-of-37, CPHS 21-of-34.
Field Goals:
SHS 29-of-55, CPHS 26-of-47.
Offensive Rebounds:
CPHS 10, SHS 8.
Defensive Rebounds:
CPHS 16, SHS 11.
Total Rebounds:
CPHS 26, SHS 19.
Steals:
SHS 14, CPHS 7.
Blocks:
SHS 4, CPHS 3.
Fouls:
CPHS 22, SHS 28.

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

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring: Richardson 16, Fox 13, Cale Savage 12, Minney 11, Hawkins 6, Hurd 5, Quier 4, Durkee 4, Cason Savage 3, Anderson 3.
Offensive Rebounds:
Richardson 2, Quier 2, Fox 1, Minney 1, Cale Savage 1, Cason Savage 1, Hurd 1, Hawkins 1.
Defensive Rebounds:
Richardson 5, Cale Savage 4, Hurd 4, Minney 1, Durkee 1, Quier 1.
Total Rebounds:
Richardson 6, Cale Savage 5, Hurd 5, Quier 3, Minney 2, Fox 1, Durkee 1, Cason Savage 1, Hawkins 1.
Steals:
Fox 2, Quier 2, Hawkins 2, Minney 1.
Assists:
Cason Savage 2, Hughes 1.
Blocks:
Minney 2, Durkee 1.
Fouls:
Richardson 5, Minney 5, Fox 33, Hurd 3, Cale Savage 2, Durkee 2, Cason Savage 1, Hawkins 1.

(Sapulpa Scoring): Dennis 19, Smith 15, Duncan 14, Williams 12, Hoggatt 10, Jones 6, #30 5, Bruner 4, J. Durant 2, V. Durant 2.

CPHS Basketball Preview: Sandites host Sapulpa Friday in conference finale

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

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

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

Girls

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

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

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

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

Boys

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

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

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

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

Conference Schedule - Feb. 10-16.

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

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

Frontier Valley Conference Standings

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

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

Charles Page High School Team Stats

CPHS Girls

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

CPHS Boys

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

Individual Stats (Boys)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Individual Stats (Girls)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

CPHS Basketball: Sandites thump Bixby 79-51, Hurd scores 18

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6’6” Sophomore Jaeden Hurd had a career night Tuesday, leading Class 6A No. 5 ranked Charles Page High School (15-6, 9-4) to a 79-51 victory in Bixby (3-18, 1-12). The Sandite scored eighteen points and snagged eight rebounds at the Whitey Ford Sports Complex.

Sand Springs previously defeated the Spartans 84-43 last month, so Head Coach Eric Savage gave his second string far more game time on Tuesday. The boys only led 31-27 at halftime, but doubled the Spartans in both the third and fourth quarters.

Cale Savage was second among the Sandites with sixteen points, Cole Durkee added twelve, and Cason Savage had a career high eleven. Sam Anderson made his second appearance of the season and scored his first career three-pointer.

The teams were tied 13-13 after the first quarter, following a late three from Cason Savage. The Spartans led five times before Sand Springs went on a six-point run in the second period and never looked back. They tied it only once more, at 25-25, but Cale Savage hit back-to-back threes to end the half.

Things were still close midway through the third till the Sandites blew things wide open with an eighteen-point run spanning two periods. All eleven varsity players saw action for only the second time this season.

Xavier Glenn led the Spartans with seventeen points, Braden Weaver and Conner Loney scored eleven apiece, and Devin Crites added ten.

Sand Springs will wrap up the regular season Friday in the second installment of Highway 97 Rivalry. The Sandites will host No. 4 Sapulpa (17-3, 10-2) who they previously defeated 70-64 last month. Sand Springs is 5-5 against the Chieftains during the Eric Savage era, and have won their last three meetings. Sapulpa last defeated the Sandites in the 2017 Area playoffs.

CPHS 79 Bixby 51
1Q:
All 13-13.
2Q:
CPHS 18-14.
3Q:
CPHS 20-10.
4Q:
CPHS 28-14.
Free Throws:
CPHS 11-of-14, Bixby 6-of-11.
Field Goals:
CPHS 29-of-48, Bixby 20-of-42.
Offensive Rebounds:
CPHS 5, Bixby 2.
Defensive Rebounds:
CPHS 19, Bixby 12.
Total Rebounds:
CPHS 24, Bixby 14.
Steals:
CPHS 10, Bixby 7.
Blocks:
Bixby 2, CPHS 1.
Fouls:
CPHS 7, Bixby 10.

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

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring:
Hurd 18, Cale Savage 16, Durkee 12, Cason Savage 11, Richardson 9, Fox 4, Minney 3, Hughes 3, Anderson 3.
Offensive Rebounds:
Hurd 3, Durkee 2.
Defensive Rebounds:
Hurd 5, Richardson 4, Durkee 4, Cale Savage 2, Quier 2, Minney 1, Cason Savage 1.
Total Rebounds:
Hurd 8, Durkee 6, Richardson 4, Cale Savage 2, Quier 2, Minney 1, Cason Savage 1.
Steals:
Fox 4, Richardson 1, Minney 1, Cale Savage 1, Durkee 1, Quier 1, Hughes 1.
Assists:
Richardson 2, Minney 2, Cale Savage 2, Fox 1, Durkee 1, Quier 1, Anderson 1.
Blocks:
Quier 1.
Fouls:
Fox 2, Hurd 2, Richardson 1, Cale Savage 1, Cason Savage 1.

(Bixby Scoring): Glenn 17, Weaver 11, Loney 11, Crites 10, Schiffli 2.

CPHS Basketball Preview: Sandites travel to Bixby Tuesday

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

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

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

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

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

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

Conference Schedule - Feb. 10-16.

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

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

Frontier Valley Conference Standings

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

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

Charles Page High School Team Stats

CPHS Girls

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

CPHS Boys

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

Individual Stats (Boys)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Individual Stats (Girls)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

CPHS Basketball: Bruins upset No. 5 Sand Springs 45-37

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Eric Savage’s Sandites have yet to beat Bartlesville twice in a season, and that trend continued in 2019 as the unranked Bruins upset Class 6A No. 5 Charles Page High School 45-37 to snap a three-game losing streak.

The Sandites (14-6, 8-4) won 64-42 against Bartlesville (9-10, 3-7) earlier this season, but were unable to repeat after giving up ten steals and shooting only 17% from three-point range.

The first half saw seven tie scores and seven lead changes with the home team holding a narrow 29-28 halftime advantage, and the Sandites even took a one-point lead late in the fourth before giving up eight points in a row to end the night.

Holden Bryant drew first blood for Bartlesville but Marlo Fox, Davon Richardson, and Josh Minney went on a six-point run for the first Sandite lead of the game. A volley of three-pointers from Tayo Dina and Jaylin Oliver put the Bruins up 12-9, bur Minney laid up and Richardson made a three-point play for the 14-12 lead.

Neither team managed back-to-back field goals in the second quarter. Cale Savage and Jaeden Hurd made their way into the book for Sand Springs while Adam Nakvinda and Shane Simpson scored for Bartlesville.

After combining for 31 points in the second quarter both teams started the second half gassed and put up only four points apiece in the lowest-scoring stanza of the season for Sand Springs.

Dina drained a three to start the fourth quarter but Richardson scored through a foul and picked up the free throw. Fox laid up for a brief lead before Nakvinda reclaimed it for the duration of the game.

Sand Springs will look to get back in the win column next Tuesday at Bixby (3-15, 1-9) who they previously dominated 84-43. Bartlesville will also travel to Bixby this Friday.

BHS 45 CPHS 37
1Q:
CPHS 14-12.
2Q: BHS 17-14
3Q: All 4-4
4Q: BHS 12-5.
Free Throws: BHS 6-of-10, CPHS 6-of-10.
Field Goals: BHS 17-of-41, CPHS 14-of-40.
Offensive Rebounds: BHS 7, CPHS 7.
Defensive Rebounds: CPHS 17, BHS 14.
Total Rebounds: CPHS 24, BHS 21.
Steals: BHS 10, CPHS 4.
Blocks: CPHS 6, BHS 3.
Fouls: CPHS 12, BHS 15.

(Sand Springs Stats)
Scoring: Richardson 11, Fox 8, Minney 6, Savage 5, Hurd 4, Durkee 3.
Offensive Rebounds: Minney 3, Durkee 2, Richardson 1, Savage 1.
Defensive Rebounds: Richardson 7, Minney 4, Savage 3, Fox 2, Durkee 1.
Total Rebounds: Richardson 8, Minney 7, Savage 4, Durkee 3, Fox 2.
Steals: Minney 1, Fox 1, Savage 1, Hurd 1.
Assists: Richardson 1, Minney 1, Savage 1.
Blocks: Richardson 3, Hurd 2, Minney 1.
Fouls: Minney 4, Richardson 3, Fox 2, Savage 2, Hurd 1.

(Bartlesville Scoring): Oliver 16, Dina 14, Simpson 6, Nakvinda 4, Bryant 3, Beard 2.