CPHS Baseball: Sandites end season with 22-11 record, six headed to college programs

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The Charles Page High School baseball team finished their season Thursday afternoon in Owasso as the host Rams (34-5) won their eleventh shutout of the season and fifth-straight Regional Championship.

Owasso went 3-0 in the playoff, outscoring their opponents 19-0 for their 33rd Regional title. They scored runs in each of the first four innings and held on for a 7-0 victory. Sand Springs was held to a season-low two hits, and committed a season-high seven errors.

Jaxon Skaggs (3-2) got the start and the loss on the mound, throwing seven hits, three strikeouts, and three walks in four innings. Sebastian Cassity (4-3) threw one strikeout, no walks, and no hits in one inning of relief. Kiefer Massey (1-0) finished the game with one strikeout, no walks, and no hits in two innings.

The Sandites ended the season with an identical win-percentage to last year, going 22-11 overall, and improved from 7-5 to 8-4 in district action. Second-year Head Coach James Garrison is now 46-23 at Sand Springs and 60-42 in his career.

Offensively they averaged 5.88 runs per game, a slight dip from last season, but only allowed 3.39 runs per game, their lowest since 2012. Their 2.49 average margin of victory is also their best since 2012.

The 8-4 district record and 8-2 home record were the team’s best since 2015. They notched six shutout wins for the third-straight year, and suffered only two shutouts for the second straight year. Their longest win streak was six-straight, and they never lost more than two games in a row. Every team the Sandites lost to ended the season with a winning record.

Seminole State College-signee Cal Watkins led the Sandite offense in most statistical categories, including: batting average (.400), slugging average (.514), runs (27), hits (42), singles (30), doubles (11), RBI (29), and stolen bases (26). He also went 1-1 on the mound and recorded two saves.

Jacob Snodgrass led the team with two triples, and was one of only two players to hit a home run. Cale Savage hit a team-high two homers and was in on 23 double plays. Ethan Sartin had the best on-base percentage on the team at .469.

The Sandite bullpen was thirteen-deep this year, but only seven players logged ten innings or more. Ben Banker was the workhorse, throwing nearly fifty innings for a 6-2 record, 1.87 ERA, 1.56 WHIP, and a team-high 39 strikeouts.

John Miller (2-1) was right behind Banker with 32 strikeouts in only 26 innings. He also recorded two saves on the season. Massey had the team-best ERA at 0.70 and WHIP at 1.30, but only threw ten innings this year. Seth Villines (4-0) had the best overall record, and the best ERA (1.69) and WHIP (1.31) among pitchers who threw more than ten innings.

Six Sandites have signed letters of intent to continue their careers at the collegiate level. Tyler Ash, John Miller, and Banker are headed to Eastern Oklahoma State College. Kyler Copeland will play for College of the Ozarks, and Cale Savage will play at Northern Oklahoma College at Enid.

CPHS Season Stats

Batting Avg.
.400 Watkins
.322 Cale Savage
.321 Burks
.313 Snodgrass
.306 Villines
.282 Massey
.278 Sartin
.275 Copeland
.245 Murray
.231 Campbell
.227 Seabolt
.212 Ash
.203 Peterman

(<20 at-bats)
1.00 Berg
.500 Blair
.333 Cook
.333 Shields
.188 J. Miller
.143 M. Miller

Slugging Avg.
.514 Watkins
.446 Snodgrass
.444 Cale Savage
.372 Burks
.347 Villines
.321 Murray
.319 Copeland
.318 Seabolt
.306 Sartin
.282 Massey
.250 Ash
.246 Peterman
.231 Campbell

(<20 at-bats)
1.00 Berg
1.00 Blair
.667 Shields
.333 Cook
.286 M. Miller
.188 J. Miller

On-Base %
.469 Sartin
.463 Watkins
.443 Burks
.443 Villines
.435 Cale Savage
.417 Massey
.383 Copeland
.374 Snodgrass
.354 Ash
.333 Murray
.333 Campbell
.317 Peterman
.261 Seabolt

(<20 at-bats)
1.00 Berg
.500 Blair
.500 Shields
.500 M. Miller
.500 Cassity
.375 B. Banker
.333 Cook
.235 J. Miller

Hits
42 Watkins
29 Cale Savage
26 Snodgrass
25 Burks
25 Copeland
15 Villines
14 Peterman
13 Murray
11 Ash
11 Massey
10 Sartin
6 Campbell
5 Seabolt
3 J. Miller
2 Berg
2 Blair
1 M. Miller
1 Shields
1 Cook

Singles
30 Watkins
21 Burks
21 Copeland
20 Cale Savage
19 Snodgrass
13 Villines
11 Massey
11 Peterman
10 Murray
9 Ash
6 Sartin
6 Campbell
3 Seabolt
3 J. Miller
2 Berg
1 Blair
1 Cook

Doubles
11 Watkins
6 Cale Savage
4 Sartin
4 Burks
4 Copeland
4 Snodgrass
3 Peterman
2 Murray
2 Ash
2 Seabolt
2 Villines
1 M. Miller
1 Shields

Triples
2 Snodgrass
1 Murray
1 Cale Savage
1 Blair
1 Watkins

Home Runs
2 Cale Savage
1 Snodgrass

Sacrifices
5 Peterman
5 Murray
5 Burks
4 Cale Savage
3 Copeland
2 Ash
2 Watkins
2 Snodgrass
1 Massey
1 Villines
1 M. Miller

Double Plays
23 Cale Savage
14 Watkins
14 Villines
6 Peterman
3 Campbell
2 M. Miller
1 Sartin
1 Snodgrass
1 Massey
1 Burks
1 Skaggs

Runs
27 Watkins
23 Burks
22 Murray
22 Cale Savage
16 Snodgrass
14 Ash
14 Peterman
11 Campbell
11 Villines
10 Massey
7 Sartin
6 M. Miller
4 J. Miller
3 Seabolt
2 Cason Savage
1 Blair
1 Shields

RBI
29 Watkins
24 Cale Savage
16 Snodgrass
12 Peterman
10 Copeland
8 Sartin
8 Burks
8 Murray
7 Ash
7 Massey
5 Villines
5 Seabolt
4 Campbell
3 J. Miller
2 B. Banker
1 Blair
1 Cassity
1 Cook

Stolen Bases
26 Watkins
17 Burks
12 Cale Savage
9 Snodgrass
6 Peterman
5 Murray
5 Campbell
4 Ash
3 Sartin
3 Massey
2 J. Miller
2 M. Miller
2 Villines
1 Seabolt
1 Cason Savage

ERA
1.69 Villines
1.87 B. Banker
2.13 J. Miller
3.43 Cassity
3.68 Skaggs

(<25 Innings Pitched)
0.70 Massey
1.75 Watkins
2.52 Peterman
3.83 Berg
5.38 M. Miller
9.01 Ash
21.21 J. Banker

WHIP
1.31 Villines
1.40 Cassity
1.56 B. Banker
1.60 J. Miller
1.61 Skaggs

(<25 Innings Pitched)
1.30 Massey
1.68 Peterman
2.13 Watkins
2.30 M. Miller
2.32 Berg
3.00 Ash
3.03 J. Banker

Strike %
65.1 Skaggs
63.4 B. Banker
63.2 J. Miller
61.4 Cassity
60.9 Villines

(<25 Innings Pitched)
66.7 Watkins
66.4 M. Miller
61.2 Berg
59.4 Peterman
52.2 Massey
50.8 Ash
37.5 J. Banker
25.0 Shipman

Win-Loss Record
6-2 B. Banker
4-0 Villines
4-3 Cassity
3-2 Skaggs
2-1 J. Miller
1-0 Massey
1-1 Watkins
1-1 Peterman
0-1 Berg

Saves
2 M. Miller
2 Watkins
2 J. Miller
1 Peterman
1 Berg

Strikeouts
39 B. Banker
32 J. Miller
31 Skaggs
25 Cassity
24 Villines
10 Peterman
8 M. Miller
6 Berg
5 Watkins
4 Ash
4 Massey
1 J. Banker

Average Team Box Score

CPHS
Batting: .290
Runs: 6
Hits: 7
Slugging: .362
BB: 3
HBP: 1
Strikeouts: 5
OBP: .399
Stolen Bases: 3
Errors: 2
ERA: 2.75
WHIP: 1.64
K: 62%

Opponents
Batting: .256
Runs: 3
Hits: 6
Slugging: .330
BB: 3
HBP: 1
Strikeouts: 6
OBP: .361
Stolen Bases: 1
Errors: 2
ERA: 4.33
WHIP: 1.86
K: 60%

CPHS Baseball: Sandites beat Union 4-2 in extra innings at Regional Tournament

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The Charles Page High School varsity baseball team (22-10) defeated Union 4-2 in a ten-inning Regional playoff game Wednesday afternoon in Owasso, but suffered their first shutout of the season at the hands of the host team. The Rams (33-5) beat the Sandites 5-0, but Sand Springs can still advance to the State Tournament if they can upset Owasso twice on Thursday.

The defending State Champions from Union (11-23) were eliminated after falling 7-0 to the Rams, who improved to ten shutouts on the season with their fourteenth-straight win.

Owasso can clench their fifth straight Regional title and 33rd overall with a win on Thursday. They are ranked 42nd in the nation by PerfectGame and won their 13th State Championship in 2015.

The Sandites will have to beat Owasso in back-to-back games Thursday if they want to make it to the State Tournament for the first time since 2011. The uphill battle will kick off at 3:00 p.m. If they win the first game, they’ll play again at 5:00.

CPHS 4 Union 2

The Sandites led for four innings against Union after taking a 2-0 lead in the top of the second. Northern Oklahoma College-commit Cale Savage hit his second home run of the season to kick off the inning, then Keaton Campbell brought in Malachi Burks on an RBI single.

Seth Villines (4-0, 5-0) got the start on the mound and threw two hits, four strikeouts, and four walks in five innings. After giving up a homer to Trent Desmet in the bottom of the sixth, he was replaced by Cal Watkins (1-1). Watkins threw two hits and a walk, giving up the game-tying RBI double to JD Geneva, and was replaced by John Miller (2-1, 7-2).

Miller hit a single in the seventh but was stranded, then struck out two to send the game into extra innings. Miller ended the game with four strikeouts, no walks, and only one hit, and was relieved by Preston Berg (0-1) late in the eighth. Berg tossed four balls and was replaced by Brycen Peterman (1-1). Peterman finished out the night and earned his first career win with two hits, two strikeouts, and one walk.

Sand Springs finally got back out front in the tenth inning, spurred by a lead-off double from Villines. Burks and Kaegan Murray were hit by pitch to load the bases. Villines was walked in and Burks scored on a passed ball for the final score of 4-2.

Owasso 5 CPHS 0

Eastern Oklahoma State College-signee David Sandlin (5-0) threw eleven strikeouts against the Sandites, the most of any pitcher this season. He gave up only four hits and one walk, giving Sand Springs their first shutout in the past 35 games.

Ben Banker (6-2, 7-2) got the start and the loss on the mound, throwing five hits, four strikeouts, and four walks. Jaxon Skaggs (3-1) pitched the final third of the fifth inning, then Michael Miller took over for the remainder of the night. Miller threw two hits, two strikeouts, and two walks in two innings.

Sand Springs stranded two runners in the first and Owasso stranded two in the second. The Rams got on the board with an RBI double from Jack Hammond in the third and Sandlin struck out the side that inning.

Brody Green singled and scored on an error in the fourth. Connor Beichler walked in the fifth, then Cameron Thompson and Nathan Ackenhausen hit back-to-back doubles to make it 3-0. The Sandites stranded two more hits in the fifth. Hammond hit an RBI single and Ackenhausen brought him in on a double in the seventh.

CPHS Season Stats

Batting Avg.
(Min. 20 AB)
.398 Watkins
.322 Cale Savage
.321 Burks
.319 Villines
.317 Snodgrass
.282 Massey
.281 Copeland
.278 Sartin
.255 Murray
.250 Campbell
.238 Seabolt
.212 Ash
.209 Peterman

Slugging Avg.
.515 Watkins
.451 Snodgrass
.448 Cale Savage
.372 Burks
.362 Villines
.333 Murray
.333 Seabolt
.326 Copeland
.306 Sartin
.282 Massey
.254 Peterman
.250 Campbell
.250 Ash

On-Base %
.469 Sartin
.455 Watkins
.452 Cale Savage
.451 Villines
.447 Burks
.435 Massey
.412 Copeland
.405 Snodgrass
.380 Murray
.370 Campbell
.354 Ash
.319 Peterman
.273 Seabolt

Hits
41 Watkins
28 Cale Savage
26 Snodgrass
25 Burks
25 Copeland
15 Villines
14 Peterman
13 Murray
11 Ash
11 Massey
10 Sartin
6 Campbell
5 Seabolt
3 J. Miller
2 Berg
2 Blair
1 M. Miller
1 Shields
1 Cook

Singles
29 Watkins
21 Burks
21 Copeland
19 Snodgrass
19 Cale Savage
13 Villines
11 Massey
11 Peterman
10 Murray
9 Ash
6 Sartin
6 Campbell
3 Seabolt
3 J. Miller
2 Berg
1 Blair
1 Cook

Doubles
11 Watkins
6 Cale Savage
4 Sartin
4 Burks
4 Copeland
4 Snodgrass
3 Peterman
2 Murray
2 Ash
2 Seabolt
2 Villines
1 M. Miller
1 Shields

Triples
2 Snodgrass
1 Murray
1 Cale Savage
1 Blair
1 Watkins

Home Runs
2 Cale Savage
1 Snodgrass

Sacrifices
5 Peterman
5 Murray
5 Burks
4 Cale Savage
3 Copeland
2 Ash
2 Watkins
2 Snodgrass
1 Massey
1 Villines
1 M. Miller

Double Plays
23 Cale Savage
14 Watkins
14 Villines
6 Peterman
3 Campbell
2 M. Miller
1 Sartin
1 Snodgrass
1 Massey
1 Burks
1 Skaggs

Runs
27 Watkins
23 Burks
22 Murray
22 Cale Savage
16 Snodgrass
14 Ash
14 Peterman
11 Campbell
11 Villines
10 Massey
7 Sartin
6 M. Miller
4 J. Miller
3 Seabolt
2 Cason Savage
1 Blair
1 Shields

RBI
29 Watkins
24 Cale Savage
16 Snodgrass
12 Peterman
10 Copeland
8 Sartin
8 Burks
8 Murray
7 Ash
7 Massey
5 Villines
5 Seabolt
4 Campbell
3 J. Miller
2 B. Banker
1 Blair
1 Cassity
1 Cook

Stolen Bases
26 Watkins
17 Burks
12 Cale Savage
9 Snodgrass
6 Peterman
5 Murray
5 Campbell
4 Ash
3 Sartin
3 Massey
2 J. Miller
2 M. Miller
1 Seabolt
1 Villines
1 Cason Savage

ERA
*Minimum 15 IP
1.69 Villines
1.87 B. Banker
2.13 J. Miller
3.04 Skaggs
3.58 Cassity

Win-Loss Record
6-2 B. Banker
4-0 Villines
4-3 Cassity
3-1 Skaggs
2-1 J. Miller
1-0 Massey
1-1 Watkins
1-1 Peterman
0-1 Berg

Saves
2 M. Miller
2 Watkins
2 J. Miller
1 Peterman
1 Berg

WHIP
1.31 Villines
1.44 Skaggs
1.47 Cassity
1.56 B. Banker
1.60 J. Miller

Strike %
65.8 Skaggs
63.4 B. Banker
63.2 J. Miller
61.3 Cassity
60.9 Villines

Strikeouts
39 B. Banker
32 J. Miller
28 Skaggs
24 Cassity
24 Villines
10 Peterman
8 M. Miller
6 Berg
5 Watkins
4 Ash
4 Massey
1 J. Banker

Average Team Box Score

CPHS
Batting: .296
Runs: 6
Hits: 8
Slugging: .369
BB: 3
HBP: 1
Strikeouts: 5
OBP: .404
Stolen Bases: 3
Errors: 1
ERA: 2.75
WHIP: 1.64
K: 62%

Opponents
Batting: .256
Runs: 3
Hits: 6
Slugging: .329
BB: 4
HBP: 1
Strikeouts: 6
OBP: .363
Stolen Bases: 1
Errors: 2
ERA: 4.47
WHIP: 1.90
K: 60%

CPHS Baseball: Sandites headed to Owasso Regional, first game Wednesday

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The Charles Page High School varsity baseball team will play their first two Regional playoff games Wednesday afternoon in Owasso. They’ll have to win at least one to stay alive in the post-season.

The Sandites finished the regular season 21-9 after going 22-10 in last year’s regular season. They improved over the prior season in several categories. Their 8-4 district record is their best since 2015.

6.3 runs per game is the best Sandite offense since 2016, and their 3.3 runs allowed is their best defense since at least 2012. This is their third-straight season with six shutouts, and their first season since 2012 without a shutout loss. But the season isn’t over yet.

Sand Springs will face Union (11-21) Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. The District 4 Champions from Owasso (30-5) will play the Redskins at 12:00 p.m. Sand Springs and Owasso will meet at 6:00 p.m. The tournament is double-elimination.

Thursday could see anywhere between one and three games depending on how Wednesday shakes out. If all three teams have one loss after Wednesday, then Sand Springs and Union will play again on Thursday, with the winner taking on Owasso. The day will kick off at 3:00 p.m.

Owasso beat Union 10-0 and 8-5 last week in district action. Sand Springs beat Union 5-3 two weeks ago in a non-district game. The Rams and Sandites have yet to play each other.

The Rams are ranked 42nd in the nation by PerfectGame and have won thirteen State titles, most recently in 2015. They own 32 Regional titles and haven’t failed to make the State Tournament since 2014. Union is the defending State Champion with seven State titles.

Sand Springs has advanced to State eight times, most recently in 2011. They have made it to the semifinals three times and played in the Championship only once, falling to Will Rogers in 1978.

CPHS Season Stats

Batting Avg.
(Min. 20 AB)
.396 Watkins
.342 Snodgrass
.329 Burks
.329 Cale Savage
.317 Villines
.305 Copeland
.297 Massey
.295 Murray
.278 Sartin
.261 Campbell
.238 Seabolt
.212 Ash
.200 Peterman

Slugging Avg.
.500 Watkins
.487 Snodgrass
.430 Cale Savage
.386 Murray
.382 Burks
.354 Copeland
.341 Villines
.333 Seabolt
.306 Sartin
.297 Massey
.261 Campbell
.250 Peterman
.250 Ash

On-Base %
.469 Sartin
.455 Watkins
.452 Cale Savage
.451 Villines
.447 Burks
.435 Massey
.412 Copeland
.405 Snodgrass
.380 Murray
.370 Campbell
.354 Ash
.319 Peterman
.273 Seabolt

Hits
38 Watkins
26 Cale Savage
26 Snodgrass
25 Burks
25 Copeland
13 Villines
13 Murray
12 Peterman
11 Ash
11 Massey
10 Sartin
6 Campbell
5 Seabolt
2 Berg
2 Blair
1 J. Miller
1 M. Miller
1 Shields
1 Cook

Singles
27 Watkins
21 Burks
21 Copeland
19 Snodgrass
18 Cale Savage
12 Villines
11 Massey
10 Murray
9 Ash
9 Peterman
6 Sartin
6 Campbell
3 Seabolt
2 Berg
1 J. Miller
1 Blair
1 Cook

Doubles
11 Watkins
6 Cale Savage
4 Sartin
4 Burks
4 Copeland
4 Snodgrass
3 Peterman
2 Murray
2 Ash
2 Seabolt
1 Villines
1 M. Miller
1 Shields

Triples
2 Snodgrass
1 Murray
1 Cale Savage
1 Blair

Home Runs
1 Snodgrass
1 Cale Savage

Sacrifices
5 Peterman
5 Murray
5 Burks
4 Cale Savage
3 Copeland
2 Ash
2 Watkins
2 Snodgrass
1 Massey
1 Villines
1 M. Miller

Double Plays
21 Cale Savage
14 Watkins
12 Villines
5 Peterman
3 Campbell
2 M. Miller
1 Sartin
1 Snodgrass
1 Massey

Runs
27 Watkins
22 Murray
21 Burks
21 Cale Savage
16 Snodgrass
14 Ash
14 Peterman
11 Campbell
10 Massey
10 Villines
7 Sartin
6 M. Miller
4 J. Miller
3 Seabolt
2 Cason Savage
1 Blair
1 Shields

RBI
29 Watkins
23 Cale Savage
16 Snodgrass
11 Peterman
10 Copeland
8 Sartin
8 Burks
8 Murray
7 Ash
7 Massey
5 Villines
5 Seabolt
4 Campbell
3 J. Miller
2 B. Banker
1 Blair
1 Cassity
1 Cook

Stolen Bases
26 Watkins
17 Burks
12 Cale Savage
9 Snodgrass
6 Peterman
5 Murray
5 Campbell
4 Ash
3 Sartin
3 Massey
2 J. Miller
2 M. Miller
1 Seabolt
1 Villines
1 Cason Savage

ERA
*Minimum 15 IP
1.73 Villines
1.75 B. Banker
2.34 J. Miller
3.09 Skaggs
3.58 Cassity

Win-Loss Record
6-1 B. Banker
4-0 Villines
4-3 Cassity
3-1 Skaggs
2-1 J. Miller
1-0 Massey
1-1 Watkins
0-1 Peterman
0-1 Berg

Saves
2 M. Miller
2 Watkins
2 J. Miller
1 Peterman
1 Berg

WHIP
1.33 Villines
1.46 Skaggs
1.47 Cassity
1.52 B. Banker
1.71 J. Miller

Strike %
65.9 Skaggs
64.0 B. Banker
62.4 J. Miller
61.3 Cassity
61.2 Villines

Strikeouts
35 B. Banker
28 Skaggs
28 J. Miller
24 Cassity
20 Villines
8 Peterman
6 Berg
6 M. Miller
5 Watkins
4 Ash
4 Massey
1 J. Banker

Average Team Box Score

CPHS
Batting: .303
Runs: 6
Hits: 8
Slugging: .375
BB: 4
HBP: 1
Strikeouts: 5
OBP: .414
Stolen Bases: 3
Errors: 1
ERA: 2.81
WHIP: 1.64
K: 62%

Opponents
Batting: .258
Runs: 3
Hits: 6
Slugging: .326
BB: 4
HBP: 1
Strikeouts: 6
OBP: .362
Stolen Bases: 1
Errors: 2
ERA: 4.72
WHIP: 1.97
K: 60%

CPHS Baseball: Sandites shut out Glenpool 13-0 in regular-season finale

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The Charles Page High School varsity baseball team wrapped up the regular season with a 21-9 overall record and 8-4 record in District 6A-3. The boys fell 2-1 and 4-3 to Enid (24-9, 8-4) on Thursday and Friday, but bounced back with a dominant 13-0 shutout of Glenpool (9-23) in their last game before the Regional playoffs.

Sebastian Cassidy (4-3) pitched a three-inning no-hitter with two strikeouts and two walks against Glenpool, while Jaxon Skaggs (3-1) tossed three hits and one strikeout in two innings of relief. The Sandites only needed nine hits to score twelve runs thanks to an eleven-walk performance by the Warriors.

Cal Watkins reached on a fielder’s choice in the first inning, stole second and third, then scored on a single from Cale Savage. The boys scored nine runs in the third. Watkins scored on a fielder’s choice. Kyler Copeland and Seth Villines hit RBI singles to score Cale and Cason Savage, and the home team took a 4-0 lead.

Villines got a free run after three-straight walks, then Kaegan Murray brought in Ryan Seabolt and Jacob Shields on a single. Jacob Snodgrass scored on a passed ball, Murray walked in, then Brycen Peterman scored on a fielder’s choice to make it 10-0.

The Warriors stranded loaded bases in the fourth and the home team put the game away soon after. Hayden Blair and Snodgrass hit back-to-back triples and Snodgrass scored on an error. Murray walked in on loaded bases for the final run of the game. A strikeout from Skaggs and a double play from Peterman to Watkins to Kiefer Massey brought the melee to a close.

4/25/19 Enid 2 CPHS 1

Senior Ben Banker (6-1, 7-1) suffered his first career loss on Thursday, throwing six hits, four strikeouts, and three walks in the team’s lowest-scoring game of the season. John Miller (2-1, 7-2) pitched one inning of relief and threw one strikeout.

The Plainsmen scored both of their runs in the top of the second with a homer from Titan Stephens. Keaton Campbell averted the shutout with a steal of home in the fourth. The Sandites were held to a season-low three hits and stranded seven runners, and were knocked out of contention for the District Title.

4/26/19 Enid 4 CPHS 3

On Friday the boys still had a shot at District Runners-Up, but that too was taken from them. Plainsman pitcher Brett Russell threw six hits and four walks, but struck out eight Sandites. Meanwhile Sand Springs went through four pitchers. The visiting Sandites led till the bottom of the fifth, but a three-run inning for Enid snatched victory from the jaws of defeat.

Teagan Cook hit an RBI single in his first varsity at-bat, followed by Villines. Snodgrass and Peterman scored runs for the 2-0 lead. Villines hit another RBI single in the fourth, this time scoring Cason Savage.

Russell scored one for the Plainsmen on a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the second. Enid stranded loaded bases in the fourth, but ran away with it the next inning. After a walk, a balk, and a single gave up a run, Miller was replaced on the mound by Massey (1-0). Massey threw a walk and was replaced by Preston Berg (0-1), who gave up a hit and a hit-by-pitch, and was in-turn replaced by Watkins (1-1).

Watkins threw one hit, one strikeout, and three walks in two innings and was credited with the loss. Miller had eight hits, two strikeouts, and three walks.

CPHS Season Stats

Batting Avg.
(Min. 20 AB)
.396 Watkins
.342 Snodgrass
.329 Burks
.329 Cale Savage
.317 Villines
.305 Copeland
.297 Massey
.295 Murray
.278 Sartin
.261 Campbell
.238 Seabolt
.212 Ash
.200 Peterman

Slugging Avg.
.500 Watkins
.487 Snodgrass
.430 Cale Savage
.386 Murray
.382 Burks
.354 Copeland
.341 Villines
.333 Seabolt
.306 Sartin
.297 Massey
.261 Campbell
.250 Peterman
.250 Ash

On-Base %
.469 Sartin
.455 Watkins
.452 Cale Savage
.451 Villines
.447 Burks
.435 Massey
.412 Copeland
.405 Snodgrass
.380 Murray
.370 Campbell
.354 Ash
.319 Peterman
.273 Seabolt

Hits
38 Watkins
26 Cale Savage
26 Snodgrass
25 Burks
25 Copeland
13 Villines
13 Murray
12 Peterman
11 Ash
11 Massey
10 Sartin
6 Campbell
5 Seabolt
2 Berg
2 Blair
1 J. Miller
1 M. Miller
1 Shields
1 Cook

Singles
27 Watkins
21 Burks
21 Copeland
19 Snodgrass
18 Cale Savage
12 Villines
11 Massey
10 Murray
9 Ash
9 Peterman
6 Sartin
6 Campbell
3 Seabolt
2 Berg
1 J. Miller
1 Blair
1 Cook

Doubles
11 Watkins
6 Cale Savage
4 Sartin
4 Burks
4 Copeland
4 Snodgrass
3 Peterman
2 Murray
2 Ash
2 Seabolt
1 Villines
1 M. Miller
1 Shields

Triples
2 Snodgrass
1 Murray
1 Cale Savage
1 Blair

Home Runs
1 Snodgrass
1 Cale Savage

Sacrifices
5 Peterman
5 Murray
5 Burks
4 Cale Savage
3 Copeland
2 Ash
2 Watkins
2 Snodgrass
1 Massey
1 Villines
1 M. Miller

Double Plays
21 Cale Savage
14 Watkins
12 Villines
5 Peterman
3 Campbell
2 M. Miller
1 Sartin
1 Snodgrass
1 Massey

Runs
27 Watkins
22 Murray
21 Burks
21 Cale Savage
16 Snodgrass
14 Ash
14 Peterman
11 Campbell
10 Massey
10 Villines
7 Sartin
6 M. Miller
4 J. Miller
3 Seabolt
2 Cason Savage
1 Blair
1 Shields

RBI
29 Watkins
23 Cale Savage
16 Snodgrass
11 Peterman
10 Copeland
8 Sartin
8 Burks
8 Murray
7 Ash
7 Massey
5 Villines
5 Seabolt
4 Campbell
3 J. Miller
2 B. Banker
1 Blair
1 Cassity
1 Cook

Stolen Bases
26 Watkins
17 Burks
12 Cale Savage
9 Snodgrass
6 Peterman
5 Murray
5 Campbell
4 Ash
3 Sartin
3 Massey
2 J. Miller
2 M. Miller
1 Seabolt
1 Villines
1 Cason Savage

ERA
*Minimum 15 IP
1.73 Villines
1.75 B. Banker
2.34 J. Miller
3.09 Skaggs
3.58 Cassity

Win-Loss Record
6-1 B. Banker
4-0 Villines
4-3 Cassity
3-1 Skaggs
2-1 J. Miller
1-0 Massey
1-1 Watkins
0-1 Peterman
0-1 Berg

Saves
2 M. Miller
2 Watkins
2 J. Miller
1 Peterman
1 Berg

WHIP
1.33 Villines
1.46 Skaggs
1.47 Cassity
1.52 B. Banker
1.71 J. Miller

Strike %
65.9 Skaggs
64.0 B. Banker
62.4 J. Miller
61.3 Cassity
61.2 Villines

Strikeouts
35 B. Banker
28 Skaggs
28 J. Miller
24 Cassity
20 Villines
8 Peterman
6 Berg
6 M. Miller
5 Watkins
4 Ash
4 Massey
1 J. Banker

Average Team Box Score

CPHS
Batting: .303
Runs: 6
Hits: 8
Slugging: .375
BB: 4
HBP: 1
Strikeouts: 5
OBP: .414
Stolen Bases: 3
Errors: 1
ERA: 2.81
WHIP: 1.64
K: 62%

Opponents
Batting: .258
Runs: 3
Hits: 6
Slugging: .326
BB: 4
HBP: 1
Strikeouts: 6
OBP: .362
Stolen Bases: 1
Errors: 2
ERA: 4.72
WHIP: 1.97
K: 60%

CPHS Baseball: Sandites sweep Southmoore, Jaxon Skaggs throws 14 strikeouts

Charles Page High School junior Jaxon Skaggs (3-1) had a breakout performance Monday evening, throwing fourteen strikeouts, two hits, three walks, and no runs in five innings on the mound.

The Sandites (20-7, 8-2) won 5-1 Monday and 2-0 Tuesday against Southmoore High School (4-27, 2-10) to move into the second-place position in district standings.

Northern Oklahoma College-commit Cale Savage went two-for-three at the plate Monday, scoring two runs and four RBI with a double and a home run. The dinger was only the second of the season for Sand Springs, and the second of Savage’s career, and it put the home team up 1-0 in the top of the fourth.

Kiefer Massey hit an RBI single in the sixth to score Savage. The Sabercats also got on the board that inning with an RBI double from Jared Clark to score Parker Powell. Savage cleared a loaded diamond with a 3RBI double in the top of the seventh.

Preston Berg (0-1) pitched two innings of relief, throwing three hits, three strikeouts, and one walk to earn his first save of the season.

Undefeated senior Seth Villines (4-0, 5-0) went the distance Tuesday, tossing two hits, four walks, and four strikeouts in the seven-inning shutout.

Sand Springs scored both of their runs in the fourth inning Tuesday. Brycen Peterman came in on a single from Jacob Snodgrass and Cal Watkins stole home.

The game was the fifth shutout of the season for Sand Springs. The win pushed them to their second-consecutive twenty-win season and best district record since 2015.

Sandite baseball will return to action Thursday at 6:00 p.m. when they host Enid (22-9, 6-4). They will then travel to Enid Friday. The Sandites can clinch the District Title by winning their final two games.

District 6A-3 Standings
10-2 Broken Arrow (19-8)
8-2 Sand Springs (20-7)
8-4 Jenks (17-12)
6-4 Enid (22-9)
4-6 Ponca City (11-19)
2-10 Southmoore (4-27)
0-10 Muskogee (8-16)

CPHS Season Stats

Batting Avg.
(Min. 20 AB)
.391 Watkins
.357 Burks
.348 Snodgrass
.347 Savage
.324 Murray
.314 Massey
.299 Copeland
.294 Villines
.278 Sartin
.261 Campbell
.250 Seabolt
.212 Ash
.204 Peterman

Slugging Avg.
.506 Watkins
.464 Snodgrass
.458 Savage
.441 Murray
.414 Burks
.351 Copeland
.350 Seabolt
.324 Villines
.314 Massey
.306 Sartin
.261 Campbell
.259 Peterman
.250 Ash

On-Base %
.477 Burks
.469 Sartin
.457 Savage
.455 Massey
.450 Watkins
.416 Snodgrass
.415 Villines
.410 Murray
.379 Copeland
.370 Campbell
.354 Ash
.290 Peterman
.250 Seabolt

Hits
34 Watkins
25 Burks
25 Savage
24 Snodgrass
23 Copeland
11 Ash
11 Murray
11 Massey
11 Peterman
10 Sartin
10 Villines
6 Campbell
5 Seabolt
2 Berg
1 J. Miller
1 M. Miller
1 Blair

Singles
23 Watkins
21 Burks
19 Copeland
19 Snodgrass
17 Savage
11 Massey
9 Ash
9 Villines
8 Peterman
8 Murray
6 Sartin
6 Campbell
3 Seabolt
2 Berg
1 J. Miller
1 Blair

Doubles
11 Watkins
6 Savage
4 Sartin
4 Burks
4 Copeland
3 Snodgrass
3 Peterman
2 Murray
2 Ash
2 Seabolt
1 Villines
1 M. Miller

Triples
1 Murray
1 Snodgrass
1 Savage

Home Runs
1 Snodgrass
1 Savage

Sacrifices
5 Peterman
5 Murray
4 Burks
4 Savage
3 Copeland
2 Ash
2 Watkins
1 Snodgrass
1 Massey
1 Villines
1 M. Miller

Runs
25 Watkins
21 Burks
20 Murray
20 Savage
14 Ash
13 Snodgrass
12 Peterman
10 Campbell
10 Massey
9 Villines
7 Sartin
6 M. Miller
4 J. Miller
2 Seabolt

RBI
29 Watkins
20 Savage
15 Snodgrass
11 Peterman
8 Sartin
8 Burks
7 Ash
7 Copeland
7 Massey
5 Murray
5 Seabolt
4 Campbell
3 J. Miller
2 Villines
1 Blair
1 Cassity
1 B. Banker

Stolen Bases
21 Watkins
17 Burks
9 Snodgrass
9 Savage
5 Peterman
4 Murray
4 Ash
3 Sartin
3 Campbell
3 Massey
2 J. Miller
2 M. Miller
1 Seabolt
1 Villines

Double Plays
16 Savage
10 Watkins
8 Villines
3 Campbell
3 Peterman
2 M. Miller
1 Sartin

ERA
*Minimum 15 IP
1.66 B. Banker
1.73 Villines
1.85 J. Miller
3.39 Skaggs
3.99 Cassity

Win-Loss Record
6-0 B. Banker
4-0 Villines
3-1 Skaggs
3-3 Cassity
2-1 J. Miller
1-0 Watkins
1-0 Massey
0-1 Peterman
0-1 Berg

Saves
2 M. Miller
2 Watkins
2 J. Miller
1 Peterman
1 Berg

WHIP
1.33 Villines
1.45 Skaggs
1.48 Cassity
1.53 B. Banker
1.58 J. Miller

Strike %
64.7 Skaggs
63.7 B. Banker
61.7 J. Miller
61.2 Cassity
61.2 Villines

Strikeouts
31 B. Banker
27 Skaggs
25 J. Miller
22 Cassity
20 Villines
8 Peterman
6 Berg
6 M. Miller
4 Ash
4 Watkins
4 Massey
1 J. Banker

Average Team Box Score

CPHS
Batting: .307
Runs: 6
Hits: 8
Slugging: .377
BB: 3
HBP: 1
Strikeouts: 5
OBP: .412
Stolen Bases: 3
Errors: 1
ERA: 2.86
WHIP: 1.62
K: 62%

Opponents
Batting: .254
Runs: 3
Hits: 6
Slugging: .322
BB: 4
HBP: 1
Strikeouts: 6
OBP: .359
Stolen Bases: 1
Errors: 2
ERA: 4.61
WHIP: 1.96
K: 60%

CPHS Baseball: Sandites best Union 5-3, fall 8-4 to Sapulpa

The Charles Page High School varsity baseball team (18-7) split a pair of non-district tune-up games this past weekend, winning 5-3 against Union (10-18), but falling 8-4 to their rivals from Sapulpa (17-15).

On Friday they gave up a 3-0 lead to the Redskins, but shut out their guests in the remaining six innings. Kiefer Massey (1-0) got his first win of the season, throwing one hit, two strikeouts, and one walk in two innings.

Seth Villines (4-0, 5-0) got the start on the mound with three hits and three walks in three innings. All three hits came in the top of the first. Malachi Burks got the home team on the board, scoring on a sacrifice fly from Cal Watkins in the bottom of the first inning.

Jacob Snodgrass and Michael Miller scored on an error in the second to tie it at 3-3. Burks sacrificed to bring in Ryan Seabolt in the fourth and Brycen Peterman hit a double to score John Miller in the final run of the game.

John (2-1, 7-2) and Michael Miller pitched one inning each in relief. Michael Miller threw two strikeouts and a walk, while John Miller threw three strikeouts and was credited with his second save of the season.

On Saturday the Sandites headed south on Highway 97 to take on their biggest rivals. Cale Savage batted in Burks with an RBI single in the top of the first. Back-to-back doubles from Evan Casey and Alan Shibley tied it up in the bottom of the third, but back-to-back doubles from Watkins and Kyler Copeland put the visitors back out front at 3-1 in the fourth.

Ben Banker (6-0, 7-0) got the start on the mound, throwing six hits, three walks, and one strikeout in three innings, but Sebastian Cassidy (3-3) was stuck with the loss. Cassidy threw three hits, one strikeout, and three walks in two innings.

Things began to fall apart in the bottom of the fourth. Alex Wright singled, advanced on a pair of errors, and scored on a passed ball. Cassidy took over with two runners on base and the Chieftains took a 5-3 lead before the inning came to a close.

Villines scored the Sandites’ final run on a sacrifice fly from Savage in the fifth. Sapulpa doubled down in the sixth, loading the bases with two singles and a walk. Watkins (1-0) took over pitching duties, but the Chieftains scored one on a sacrifice and two on an error before a strikeout concluded the inning.

CPHS Season Stats

Batting Avg.
(Min. 20 AB)
.391 Watkins
.357 Burks
.348 Snodgrass
.347 Savage
.324 Murray
.314 Massey
.299 Copeland
.294 Villines
.278 Sartin
.261 Campbell
.250 Seabolt
.212 Ash
.204 Peterman

Slugging Avg.
.506 Watkins
.464 Snodgrass
.458 Savage
.441 Murray
.414 Burks
.351 Copeland
.350 Seabolt
.324 Villines
.314 Massey
.306 Sartin
.261 Campbell
.259 Peterman
.250 Ash

On-Base %
.477 Burks
.469 Sartin
.457 Savage
.455 Massey
.450 Watkins
.416 Snodgrass
.415 Villines
.410 Murray
.379 Copeland
.370 Campbell
.354 Ash
.290 Peterman
.250 Seabolt

Hits
34 Watkins
25 Burks
25 Savage
24 Snodgrass
23 Copeland
11 Ash
11 Murray
11 Massey
11 Peterman
10 Sartin
10 Villines
6 Campbell
5 Seabolt
2 Berg
1 J. Miller
1 M. Miller
1 Blair

Singles
23 Watkins
21 Burks
19 Copeland
19 Snodgrass
17 Savage
11 Massey
9 Ash
9 Villines
8 Peterman
8 Murray
6 Sartin
6 Campbell
3 Seabolt
2 Berg
1 J. Miller
1 Blair

Doubles
11 Watkins
6 Savage
4 Sartin
4 Burks
4 Copeland
3 Snodgrass
3 Peterman
2 Murray
2 Ash
2 Seabolt
1 Villines
1 M. Miller

Triples
1 Murray
1 Snodgrass
1 Savage

Home Runs
1 Snodgrass
1 Savage

Sacrifices
5 Peterman
5 Murray
4 Burks
4 Savage
3 Copeland
2 Ash
2 Watkins
1 Snodgrass
1 Massey
1 Villines
1 M. Miller

Stolen Bases
21 Watkins
17 Burks
9 Snodgrass
9 Savage
5 Peterman
4 Murray
4 Ash
3 Sartin
3 Campbell
3 Massey
2 J. Miller
2 M. Miller
1 Seabolt
1 Villines

Runs
25 Watkins
21 Burks
20 Murray
20 Savage
14 Ash
13 Snodgrass
12 Peterman
10 Campbell
10 Massey
9 Villines
7 Sartin
6 M. Miller
4 J. Miller
2 Seabolt

RBI
29 Watkins
20 Savage
15 Snodgrass
11 Peterman
8 Sartin
8 Burks
7 Ash
7 Copeland
7 Massey
5 Murray
5 Seabolt
4 Campbell
3 J. Miller
2 Villines
1 Blair
1 Cassity
1 B. Banker

Double Plays
16 Savage
10 Watkins
8 Villines
3 Campbell
3 Peterman
2 M. Miller
1 Sartin

ERA
*Minimum 15 IP
1.66 B. Banker
1.73 Villines
1.85 J. Miller
3.39 Skaggs
3.99 Cassity

Win-Loss Record
6-0 B. Banker
4-0 Villines
3-1 Skaggs
3-3 Cassity
2-1 J. Miller
1-0 Watkins
1-0 Massey
0-1 Peterman
0-1 Berg

Saves
2 M. Miller
2 Watkins
2 J. Miller
1 Peterman
1 Berg

WHIP
1.33 Villines
1.45 Skaggs
1.48 Cassity
1.53 B. Banker
1.58 J. Miller

Strike %
64.7 Skaggs
63.7 B. Banker
61.7 J. Miller
61.2 Cassity
61.2 Villines

Strikeouts
31 B. Banker
27 Skaggs
25 J. Miller
22 Cassity
20 Villines
8 Peterman
6 Berg
6 M. Miller
4 Ash
4 Watkins
4 Massey
1 J. Banker

Average Team Box Score

CPHS
Batting: .307
Runs: 6
Hits: 8
Slugging: .377
BB: 3
HBP: 1
Strikeouts: 5
OBP: .412
Stolen Bases: 3
Errors: 1
ERA: 2.86
WHIP: 1.62
K: 62%

Opponents
Batting: .254
Runs: 3
Hits: 6
Slugging: .322
BB: 4
HBP: 1
Strikeouts: 6
OBP: .359
Stolen Bases: 1
Errors: 2
ERA: 4.61
WHIP: 1.96
K: 60%

CPHS Baseball: Sandites split district games with Jenks, Banker remains undefeated on the mound

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The Charles Page High School varsity baseball team (17-6, 6-2) split a district home-and-home this week against Jenks (17-10, 8-2). They defeated the Trojans 5-1 Monday on the road, but fell 11-3 Tuesday on their home turf.

The teams managed ten hits apiece on Monday. Both gave up a mess of walks and reaches-on-errors. Sand Springs stranded nine and the Trojans stranded eleven.

Cal Watkins scored the opening run on an RBI double from Cale Savage in the top of the first. Kiefer Massey stole home in the second, then Jenks stranded loaded bases in the third and fourth innings.

Malachi Burks and Brycen Peterman hit back-to-back RBI doubles in the sixth, scoring runs from Massey and Burks for a 4-0 lead before the home team averted the shutout. Jake Lamar reached on an error and scored on a single from Bryson Diener to get Jenks on the board, then Keaton Campbell scored the final run on a ground ball from Massey.

Undefeated senior Ben Banker (6-0, 7-0) got the win on the mound, throwing nine hits, three strikeouts, and three walks in five innings. John Miller (2-1, 7-2) pitched relief and recorded his first save of the year, throwing one hit and one walk in two innings.

Four Sandites saw pitching duty on Tuesday, and none managed to find their rhythm. The Trojans already lead 7-2 before recording their best inning in the seventh. They outhit the Sandites twelve to eight and benefited from four Sandite errors and seven walks.

Oklahoma State University-commit Bryce Osmond scored the first run of the game on a double from Geo Blackshaw in the top of the first. Osmond had an exception night for Jenks. He went four-for-four at the plate with three runs and three RBI. He also got the win on the mound, throwing five hits, two walks, and nine strikeouts.

Lamar scored on a sacrifice fly in the second inning, then Osmond hit an RBI single to bring in Eli Bilgrien. Osmond scored Jack Harding with a double in the fourth, then scored on a passed ball for a 5-1 lead. Bilgrien and Diener scored on an error in the fifth. Jenks loaded the bases and Bilgrien scored on another Osmond single in the seventh. Josh Cozzoni and Diener scored on a single from Blackshaw, then Osmond scored the final Trojan run on an error.

Savage scored on a fielder’s choice in the second inning, Seth Villines batted in Jacob Snodgrass with a single in the fifth, and Ryan Seabolt hit a double to score Massey in the seventh.

Sebastian Cassity (3-2) got the start and the loss on the mound, throwing three hits and three walks. Preston Berg (0-1) took over midway through the second, throwing four hits and a walk. Peterman (0-1) was sent to the mound in the fourth and threw one hit, two strikeouts, and a walk. Finally, Michael Miller pitched the final two innings and threw four hits, two strikeouts, and two walks.

The District Title is still wide open, with Jenks, Broken Arrow, and Sand Springs all holding two losses. The Sandites will host Union (10-15) Friday at 7:00 p.m. and will travel to Sapulpa (16-14) Saturday at 6:30 p.m. in a break from district action.

CPHS Season Stats

Batting Avg.
(Min. 20 AB)
.397 Burks
.395 Watkins
.344 Copeland
.339 Snodgrass
.333 Massey
.323 Savage
.323 Murray
.278 Sartin
.276 Villines
.212 Ash
.190 Peterman

Slugging Avg.
.500 Watkins
.475 Snodgrass
.466 Burks
.452 Murray
.391 Copeland
.387 Savage
.333 Massey
.310 Villines
.306 Sartin
.250 Ash
.214 Peterman

On-Base %
.520 Burks
.486 Massey
.469 Sartin
.453 Watkins
.444 Savage
.432 Copeland
.418 Snodgrass
.417 Murray
.400 Villines
.354 Ash
.286 Peterman

Hits
30 Watkins
23 Burks
22 Copeland
20 Snodgrass
20 Savage
11 Ash
10 Sartin
10 Murray
9 Massey
8 Villines
8 Peterman
5 Campbell
4 Seabolt
2 Berg
1 J. Miller
1 M. Miller
1 Blair

Singles
21 Watkins
19 Burks
19 Copeland
15 Snodgrass
14 Savage
9 Ash
9 Massey
7 Peterman
7 Murray
7 Villines
6 Sartin
5 Campbell
2 Seabolt
2 Berg
1 J. Miller
1 Blair

Doubles
9 Watkins
5 Savage
4 Sartin
4 Burks
3 Snodgrass
3 Copeland
2 Murray
2 Ash
2 Seabolt
1 Villines
1 M. Miller
1 Peterman

Triples
1 Murray
1 Snodgrass
1 Savage

Home Runs
1 Snodgrass

Sacrifices
5 Peterman
5 Murray
3 Burks
3 Savage
3 Copeland
2 Ash
1 Watkins
1 Snodgrass
1 Massey

Runs
22 Watkins
19 Murray
18 Burks
18 Savage
14 Ash
12 Snodgrass
10 Peterman
10 Campbell
10 Massey
8 Villines
7 Sartin
5 M. Miller
3 J. Miller
1 Seabolt

RBI
27 Watkins
14 Savage
14 Snodgrass
10 Peterman
8 Sartin
7 Ash
7 Burks
6 Copeland
6 Massey
5 Murray
5 Seabolt
4 Campbell
3 J. Miller
2 Villines
1 Blair
1 Cassity
1 B. Banker

Stolen Bases
18 Watkins
15 Burks
7 Snodgrass
7 Savage
5 Peterman
4 Murray
4 Ash
3 Sartin
3 Campbell
3 Massey
1 M. Miller
1 Seabolt
1 J. Miller
1 Villines

Double Plays
13 Savage
9 Watkins
8 Villines
3 Campbell
1 M. Miller
1 Sartin
1 Peterman

ERA
*Minimum 15 IP
1.20 B. Banker
1.54 Villines
1.95 J. Miller
3.79 Cassity
4.57 Skaggs

Win-Loss Record
6-0 B. Banker
3-0 Villines
3-2 Cassity
2-1 J. Miller
2-1 Skaggs
1-0 Watkins
0-1 Peterman
0-1 Berg

Saves
2 M. Miller
2 Watkins
1 Peterman
1 J. Miller

WHIP
1.37 Villines
1.38 Cassity
1.40 B. Banker
1.63 Skaggs
1.67 J. Miller

Strike %
65.3 Skaggs
63.4 Villines
63.4 B. Banker
61.8 Cassity
61.5 J. Miller

Strikeouts
30 B. Banker
22 J. Miller
21 Cassity
16 Villines
13 Skaggs
8 Peterman
4 Ash
4 M. Miller
3 Watkins
3 Berg
2 Massey
1 J. Banker

Average Team Box Score

CPHS
Batting: .316
Runs: 7
Hits: 8
Slugging: .382
BB: 4
HBP: 2
Strikeouts: 5
OBP: .428
Stolen Bases: 3
Errors: 1
ERA: 2.96
WHIP: 1.65
K: 62%

Opponents
Batting: .263
Runs: 3
Hits: 7
Slugging: .337
BB: 3
HBP: 1
Strikeouts: 6
OBP: .364
Stolen Bases: 0
Errors: 2
ERA: 4.90
WHIP: 2.07
K: 59%

CPHS Baseball: Sandites suffer Spartan walkoff, tournament finals rained out

The Charles Page High School varsity baseball team (16-5, 5-1) suffered a 3-2 walk-off loss to Bixby (20-5) in the third round of the Spartan-Tiger Turf War Friday night after leading for the entire game.

Junior Kiefer Massey got his first varsity start on the mound, throwing two hits, two strikeouts, and eight walks in six innings. The Sandites led 2-1 when he was relieved by John Miller (2-1, 7-2).

Miller took over in the bottom of the sixth and threw a strikeout to strand two runners, but things came unglued in the seventh. Luke Creeger tied the night with an RBI double and Trenton Dale scored the game-winning run on a single from Barrett Daniel.

Both Sandite runs came in the top of the third. Cal Watkins hit an RBI single to bring in Seth Villines, and in turn scored on a single from Jacob Snodgrass. Bixby’s first run came in the fifth after Jaxson Crull singled, advanced on an error and a balk, and scored on a sacrifice fly.

Crull and Blake Williams combined for eleven strikeouts, the most the Sandites have suffered all season.

The Sandites were scheduled to play Sapulpa in the 5th/6th Place game on Saturday but it was canceled due to weather. They will travel to Jenks (16-9, 7-1) Monday at 6:00 p.m. in a return to district action.

Pool A
Bixby 18-3 Booker T. Washington
Bixby 9-5 Jenks
Bixby 3-2 Sand Springs
Jenks 12-4 Booker T. Washington
Jenks 7-4 Sand Springs
Sand Springs 9-0 Booker T. Washington
Pool B
Broken Arrow 8-0 Ponca City
Broken Arrow 10-2 Union
Broken Arrow 10-9 Sapulpa
Union 11-3 Sapulpa
Union 6-3 Ponca City
Sapulpa 9-0 Ponca City

District 6A-3
8-2 Broken Arrow (15-7)
7-1 Jenks (16-9)
5-1 Sand Springs (16-5)
3-3 Enid (16-8)
2-6 Southmoore (4-19)
1-5 Ponca City (7-16)
0-8 Muskogee (6-13)

CPHS Season Stats

Batting Avg.
(Min. 20 AB)
.426 Watkins
.415 Burks
.358 Snodgrass
.345 Copeland
.308 Murray
.300 Massey
.298 Savage
.278 Sartin
.240 Villines
.212 Ash
.171 Peterman

Slugging Avg.
.559 Watkins
.509 Snodgrass
.472 Burks
.462 Murray
.404 Savage
.397 Copeland
.389 Sartin
.300 Massey
.280 Villines
.250 Ash
.171 Peterman

On-Base %
.529 Burks
.500 Massey
.487 Watkins
.469 Sartin
.433 Snodgrass
.433 Copeland
.419 Murray
.419 Savage
.367 Villines
.354 Ash
.286 Peterman

Hits
29 Watkins
22 Burks
20 Copeland
19 Snodgrass
17 Savage
11 Ash
10 Sartin
8 Murray
6 Villines
6 Massey
6 Peterman
5 Campbell
3 Seabolt
2 Berg
1 J. Miller
1 M. Miller
1 Blair

Singles
20 Watkins
19 Burks
17 Copeland
14 Snodgrass
12 Savage
9 Ash
6 Sartin
6 Massey
6 Peterman
5 Murray
5 Campbell
5 Villines
2 Seabolt
2 Berg
1 J. Miller
1 Blair

Doubles
9 Watkins
4 Savage
4 Sartin
3 Burks
3 Snodgrass
3 Copeland
2 Murray
2 Ash
1 Villines
1 Seabolt
1 M. Miller

Triples
1 Murray
1 Snodgrass
1 Savage

Home Runs
1 Snodgrass

Sacrifices
4 Peterman
3 Burks
3 Savage
3 Copeland
3 Murray
2 Ash
1 Watkins
1 Snodgrass
1 Massey

Runs
21 Watkins
19 Murray
17 Burks
17 Savage
14 Ash
11 Snodgrass
10 Peterman
9 Campbell
8 Villines
7 Sartin
7 Massey
5 M. Miller
3 J. Miller
1 Seabolt

RBI
27 Watkins
13 Savage
13 Snodgrass
9 Peterman
8 Sartin
7 Ash
6 Burks
6 Copeland
5 Murray
5 Massey
4 Seabolt
4 Campbell
3 J. Miller
1 Blair
1 Cassity
1 B. Banker
1 Villines

Stolen Bases
18 Watkins
15 Burks
7 Snodgrass
6 Savage
5 Peterman
4 Murray
4 Ash
3 Sartin
3 Campbell
2 Massey
1 M. Miller
1 Seabolt
1 J. Miller

Double Plays
9 Savage
7 Watkins
5 Villines
3 Campbell
1 M. Miller
1 Sartin

ERA
*Minimum 15 IP
1.42 B. Banker
1.54 Villines
2.15 J. Miller
3.09 Cassity
4.57 Skaggs

Win-Loss Record
5-0 B. Banker
3-0 Villines
3-1 Cassity
2-1 J. Miller
2-1 Skaggs
1-0 Watkins
0-1 Peterman
0-1 Berg

Saves
2 M. Miller
2 Watkins
1 Peterman

WHIP
1.19 Cassity
1.25 B. Banker
1.37 Villines
1.63 Skaggs
1.72 J. Miller

Strike %
65.3 Skaggs
63.4 Villines
63.3 B. Banker
62.6 Cassity
62.1 J. Miller

Strikeouts
27 B. Banker
22 J. Miller
21 Cassity
16 Villines
13 Skaggs
6 Peterman
4 Ash
3 Watkins
3 Berg
2 M. Miller
2 Massey
1 J. Banker

Average Team Box Score

CPHS
Batting: .314
Runs: 7
Hits: 8
Slugging: .393
BB: 4
HBP: 2
Strikeouts: 4
OBP: .437
Stolen Bases: 3
Errors: 1
ERA: 2.90
WHIP: 1.57
K: 62%

Opponents
Batting: .251
Runs: 3
Hits: 6
Slugging: .324
BB: 3
HBP: 1
Strikeouts: 6
OBP: .341
Stolen Bases: 0
Errors: 2
ERA: 5.10
WHIP: 2.10
K: 59%

CPHS Baseball: Trojans trump Sand Springs 7-4 at Bixby Tournament

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The Charles Page High School varsity baseball team (16-4) dropped a 7-4 tournament battle to Jenks High School (15-9) Friday night in Bixby in the second round of the Spartan-Tiger Turf War, snapping a four-game win streak. The game was a preview of a district home-and-home the two will play next week.

The Sandites went with a fairly inexperienced pitching crew and the Trojans made the most of it, outhitting Sand Springs 12 to 4, scoring in five of seven innings.

Jaxon Skaggs (2-1) got the start on the mound and gave up two walks, two singles, and a balk for a pair of free runs. Preston Berg (0-1) took over and threw two strikeouts to pull out the inning.

Sand Springs tied it up in the bottom of the second. Cale Savage hit a triple and scored on an error, then Kaegan Murray scored on a double from Ethan Sartin. They loaded the bases with a pair of walks, but left all three runners stranded.

Two hits and an error put Jenks out front at 4-2 in the top of the third, but once again the Sandites rose to the occasion and tied it with singles from Sartin and Cal Watkins. Brycen Peterman ran courtesy for Sartin, and both runners scored on a pair of passed balls.

The Sandite luck ran out from there. Brooks Fowler hit an RBI single in the fourth, Dylan Hammond hit a double and scored on a fly out in the fifth, then Geo Blackshaw hit an RBI single in the sixth.

Berg was credited with the loss, throwing four hits, three strikeouts, and two walks in four innings. Michael Miller closed out the night, pitching six hits and two walks in three innings.

Sand Springs will return to action Friday night against the Bixby Spartans (19-5).

CPHS Season Stats

Batting Avg.
(Min. 20 AB)
.443 Watkins
.417 Burks
.375 Snodgrass
.365 Copeland
.348 Murray
.302 Savage
.238 Villines
.235 Sartin
.220 Ash
.161 Peterman

Slugging Avg.
.590 Watkins
.542 Snodgrass
.522 Murray
.479 Burks
.423 Copeland
.377 Savage
.324 Sartin
.286 Villines
.260 Ash
.161 Peterman

On-Base %
.532 Burks
.507 Watkins
.464 Murray
.459 Copeland
.447 Sartin
.444 Snodgrass
.412 Savage
.385 Villines
.355 Ash
.289 Peterman

Hits
27 Watkins
20 Burks
19 Copeland
18 Snodgrass
16 Savage
11 Ash
8 Murray
8 Sartin
5 Villines
5 Massey
5 Peterman
5 Campbell
3 Seabolt
2 Berg
1 J. Miller
1 M. Miller
1 Blair

Singles
18 Watkins
17 Burks
16 Copeland
13 Snodgrass
12 Savage
9 Ash
5 Sartin
5 Massey
5 Murray
5 Peterman
5 Campbell
4 Villines
2 Seabolt
2 Berg
1 J. Miller
1 Blair

Doubles
9 Watkins
4 Savage
3 Burks
3 Snodgrass
3 Copeland
3 Sartin
2 Murray
2 Ash
1 Villines
1 Seabolt
1 M. Miller

Triples
1 Murray
1 Snodgrass

Home Runs
1 Snodgrass

Sacrifices
3 Burks
3 Peterman
3 Savage
3 Copeland
2 Murray
2 Ash
1 Watkins
1 Snodgrass
1 Massey

Runs
19 Watkins
18 Murray
17 Burks
16 Savage
14 Ash
11 Snodgrass
9 Peterman
9 Campbell
7 Sartin
7 Massey
7 Villines
5 M. Miller
3 J. Miller
1 Seabolt

RBI
26 Watkins
13 Savage
12 Snodgrass
9 Peterman
7 Ash
7 Sartin
6 Burks
5 Murray
5 Copeland
5 Massey
4 Seabolt
4 Campbell
3 J. Miller
1 Blair
1 Cassity
1 B. Banker
1 Villines

Stolen Bases
18 Watkins
15 Burks
7 Snodgrass
6 Savage
4 Murray
4 Peterman
4 Ash
3 Sartin
3 Campbell
1 Massey
1 M. Miller
1 Seabolt
1 J. Miller

Double Plays
9 Savage
7 Watkins
5 Villines
3 Campbell
1 M. Miller
1 Sartin

ERA
*Minimum 15 IP
1.37 J. Miller
1.42 B. Banker
1.54 Villines
3.00 Cassity
3.65 Skaggs

Win-Loss Record
5-0 B. Banker
3-0 Villines
3-1 Cassity
2-0 J. Miller
2-1 Skaggs
1-0 Watkins
0-1 Peterman

Saves
2 M. Miller
2 Watkins
1 Peterman

WHIP
1.19 Cassity
1.25 B. Banker
1.37 Villines
1.37 Skaggs
1.50 J. Miller

Strike %
67.1 Skaggs
63.4 Villines
63.3 B. Banker
62.6 Cassity
62.4 J. Miller

Strikeouts
27 B. Banker
21 Cassity
19 J. Miller
16 Villines
13 Skaggs
6 Peterman
4 Ash
3 Watkins
2 M. Miller
1 J. Banker

Average Team Box Score

CPHS
Batting: .321
Runs: 8
Hits: 8
Slugging: .402
BB: 4
HBP: 2
Strikeouts: 4
OBP: .437
Stolen Bases: 4
Errors: 1
ERA: 2.77
WHIP: 1.49
K: 63%

Opponents
Batting: .246
Runs: 3
Hits: 6
Slugging: .319
BB: 3
HBP: 1
Strikeouts: 6
OBP: .341
Stolen Bases: 0
Errors: 2
ERA: 5.53
WHIP: 2.18
K: 59%

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 Baseball: Sand Springs run-rules Hornets 9-0 at Bixby Tournament

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The Charles Page High School varsity baseball team (17-3) kicked off the Bixby/Broken Arrow Turf War with a 9-0 shutout of Booker T. Washington (6-12) Thursday afternoon, run-ruling the Hornets in under five innings. The Sandites outhit their foes 10 to 4 in their fourth-straight victory.

Keaton Campbell and Malachi Burks both hit 2RBI singles in the second inning and Tyler Ash had an RBI double. Jacob Snodgrass, Kaegan Murray, Campbell, Brycen Peterman, and Ash scored runs for a 5-0 lead.

The Sandites loaded the bases in the third. Murray and Snodgrass scored on a single from Peterman, and John Miller scored on a fielder’s choice to make it 8-0. Finally, in the bottom of the fourth, Kyler Copeland reached on an error and scored on a triple from Snodgrass. The Hornets landed two singles in the top of the fifth, but stranded both runners to end the game.

Undefeated senior Seth Villines (3-0, 4-0) got the win on the mound, throwing four hits, four walks, and five strikeouts in five innings.

The Sandites will play Jenks (14-9) and Bixby (19-5) Friday in pool play at 4:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., respectively. The game against Jenks will provide valuable experience as the Sandites and Trojans will meet next week in huge district battles.

CPHS Season Stats

Batting Avg.
(Min. 20 AB)
.443 Watkins
.417 Burks
.375 Snodgrass
.365 Copeland
.348 Murray
.302 Savage
.238 Villines
.235 Sartin
.220 Ash
.161 Peterman

Slugging Avg.
.590 Watkins
.542 Snodgrass
.522 Murray
.479 Burks
.423 Copeland
.377 Savage
.324 Sartin
.286 Villines
.260 Ash
.161 Peterman

On-Base %
.532 Burks
.507 Watkins
.464 Murray
.459 Copeland
.447 Sartin
.444 Snodgrass
.412 Savage
.385 Villines
.355 Ash
.289 Peterman

Hits
27 Watkins
20 Burks
19 Copeland
18 Snodgrass
16 Savage
11 Ash
8 Murray
8 Sartin
5 Villines
5 Massey
5 Peterman
5 Campbell
3 Seabolt
2 Berg
1 J. Miller
1 M. Miller
1 Blair

Singles
18 Watkins
17 Burks
16 Copeland
13 Snodgrass
12 Savage
9 Ash
5 Sartin
5 Massey
5 Murray
5 Peterman
5 Campbell
4 Villines
2 Seabolt
2 Berg
1 J. Miller
1 Blair

Doubles
9 Watkins
4 Savage
3 Burks
3 Snodgrass
3 Copeland
3 Sartin
2 Murray
2 Ash
1 Villines
1 Seabolt
1 M. Miller

Triples
1 Murray
1 Snodgrass

Home Runs
1 Snodgrass

Sacrifices
3 Burks
3 Peterman
3 Savage
3 Copeland
2 Murray
2 Ash
1 Watkins
1 Snodgrass
1 Massey

Runs
19 Watkins
18 Murray
17 Burks
16 Savage
14 Ash
11 Snodgrass
9 Peterman
9 Campbell
7 Sartin
7 Massey
7 Villines
5 M. Miller
3 J. Miller
1 Seabolt

RBI
26 Watkins
13 Savage
12 Snodgrass
9 Peterman
7 Ash
7 Sartin
6 Burks
5 Murray
5 Copeland
5 Massey
4 Seabolt
4 Campbell
3 J. Miller
1 Blair
1 Cassity
1 B. Banker
1 Villines

Stolen Bases
18 Watkins
15 Burks
7 Snodgrass
6 Savage
4 Murray
4 Peterman
4 Ash
3 Sartin
3 Campbell
1 Massey
1 M. Miller
1 Seabolt
1 J. Miller

Double Plays
9 Savage
7 Watkins
5 Villines
3 Campbell
1 M. Miller
1 Sartin

ERA
*Minimum 15 IP
1.37 J. Miller
1.42 B. Banker
1.54 Villines
3.00 Cassity
3.65 Skaggs

Win-Loss Record
5-0 B. Banker
3-0 Villines
3-1 Cassity
2-0 J. Miller
2-1 Skaggs
1-0 Watkins
0-1 Peterman

Saves
2 M. Miller
2 Watkins
1 Peterman

WHIP
1.19 Cassity
1.25 B. Banker
1.37 Villines
1.37 Skaggs
1.50 J. Miller

Strike %
67.1 Skaggs
63.4 Villines
63.3 B. Banker
62.6 Cassity
62.4 J. Miller

Strikeouts
27 B. Banker
21 Cassity
19 J. Miller
16 Villines
13 Skaggs
6 Peterman
4 Ash
3 Watkins
2 M. Miller
1 J. Banker

Average Team Box Score

CPHS
Batting: .321
Runs: 8
Hits: 8
Slugging: .402
BB: 4
HBP: 2
Strikeouts: 4
OBP: .437
Stolen Bases: 4
Errors: 1
ERA: 2.77
WHIP: 1.49
K: 63%

Opponents
Batting: .246
Runs: 3
Hits: 6
Slugging: .319
BB: 3
HBP: 1
Strikeouts: 6
OBP: .341
Stolen Bases: 0
Errors: 2
ERA: 5.53
WHIP: 2.18
K: 59%

CPHS Baseball: Sandites whip Wildcats twice in district action

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The Charles Page High School varsity baseball team (16-3, 5-1) picked up a pair of district wins against Ponca City (7-15, 1-5) in a home-and-home series Monday and Tuesday.

On Monday they needed an extra inning to edge out a 2-1 victory over Ponca. The Wildcats scored their only run in the bottom of the second thanks to an error at second and an RBI triple.

Cal Watkins quickly tied the game in the top of the third, bringing in Seth Villines on a single. Cale Savage hit a double in the eighth to score Kiefer Massey for the win. Sand Springs out hit the Wildcats four to one and both teams picked up six walks each. The Sandites stranded six runners and Ponca left seven on base.

Undefeated senior Ben Banker (5-0, 6-0) got the start on the mound, walking three and giving up one hit in three and one third innings. John Miller (2-0, 7-1) took over midway through the fourth and was credited with the win after walking three and striking out seven.

Tuesday’s game was a totally different story as the Sandites scored four in the first inning and led 7-0 before the Wildcats tried to rally with four runs in the final two innings.

Tyler Ash, Watkins, and Savage hit singles in the first inning, with Savage scoring Ash. Watkins scored on a fielder’s choice and Ethan Sartin hit a double to bring in Savage and Jacob Snodgrass. Watkins and Savage scored on a pair of errors in the bottom of the fifth, and Malachi Burks stole home.

The Wildcats finally got on the board with an error in the sixth. Austin Haney hit a solo homer in the seventh and Ponca loaded the bases with a single and a pair of walks. Eli Wohl scored two on a double and the Wildcats reloaded with another walk, but a Watkins strikeout secured the win.

Sebastian Cassity (3-1) got the start and win on the mound, throwing four hits, three strikeouts, and two walks in six innings. Watkins (1-0) closed out the night and was credited with his second save of the season, throwing a hit, a strikeout, and two walks.

CPHS Season Stats

Batting Avg.
(Min. 20 AB)
.443 Watkins
.417 Burks
.375 Snodgrass
.365 Copeland
.348 Murray
.302 Savage
.238 Villines
.235 Sartin
.220 Ash
.161 Peterman

Slugging Avg.
.590 Watkins
.542 Snodgrass
.522 Murray
.479 Burks
.423 Copeland
.377 Savage
.324 Sartin
.286 Villines
.260 Ash
.161 Peterman

On-Base %
.532 Burks
.507 Watkins
.464 Murray
.459 Copeland
.447 Sartin
.444 Snodgrass
.412 Savage
.385 Villines
.355 Ash
.289 Peterman

Hits
27 Watkins
20 Burks
19 Copeland
18 Snodgrass
16 Savage
11 Ash
8 Murray
8 Sartin
5 Villines
5 Massey
5 Peterman
5 Campbell
3 Seabolt
2 Berg
1 J. Miller
1 M. Miller
1 Blair

Singles
18 Watkins
17 Burks
16 Copeland
13 Snodgrass
12 Savage
9 Ash
5 Sartin
5 Massey
5 Murray
5 Peterman
5 Campbell
4 Villines
2 Seabolt
2 Berg
1 J. Miller
1 Blair

Doubles
9 Watkins
4 Savage
3 Burks
3 Snodgrass
3 Copeland
3 Sartin
2 Murray
2 Ash
1 Villines
1 Seabolt
1 M. Miller

Triples
1 Murray
1 Snodgrass

Home Runs
1 Snodgrass

Sacrifices
3 Burks
3 Peterman
3 Savage
3 Copeland
2 Murray
2 Ash
1 Watkins
1 Snodgrass
1 Massey

Runs
19 Watkins
18 Murray
17 Burks
16 Savage
14 Ash
11 Snodgrass
9 Peterman
9 Campbell
7 Sartin
7 Massey
7 Villines
5 M. Miller
3 J. Miller
1 Seabolt

RBI
26 Watkins
13 Savage
12 Snodgrass
9 Peterman
7 Ash
7 Sartin
6 Burks
5 Murray
5 Copeland
5 Massey
4 Seabolt
4 Campbell
3 J. Miller
1 Blair
1 Cassity
1 B. Banker
1 Villines

Stolen Bases
18 Watkins
15 Burks
7 Snodgrass
6 Savage
4 Murray
4 Peterman
4 Ash
3 Sartin
3 Campbell
1 Massey
1 M. Miller
1 Seabolt
1 J. Miller

Double Plays
9 Savage
7 Watkins
5 Villines
3 Campbell
1 M. Miller
1 Sartin

ERA
*Minimum 15 IP
1.37 J. Miller
1.42 B. Banker
1.54 Villines
3.00 Cassity
3.65 Skaggs

Win-Loss Record
5-0 B. Banker
3-0 Villines
3-1 Cassity
2-0 J. Miller
2-1 Skaggs
1-0 Watkins
0-1 Peterman

Saves
2 M. Miller
2 Watkins
1 Peterman

WHIP
1.19 Cassity
1.25 B. Banker
1.37 Villines
1.37 Skaggs
1.50 J. Miller

Strike %
67.1 Skaggs
63.4 Villines
63.3 B. Banker
62.6 Cassity
62.4 J. Miller

Strikeouts
27 B. Banker
21 Cassity
19 J. Miller
16 Villines
13 Skaggs
6 Peterman
4 Ash
3 Watkins
2 M. Miller
1 J. Banker

Average Team Box Score

CPHS
Batting: .321
Runs: 8
Hits: 8
Slugging: .402
BB: 4
HBP: 2
Strikeouts: 4
OBP: .437
Stolen Bases: 4
Errors: 1
ERA: 2.77
WHIP: 1.49
K: 63%

Opponents
Batting: .246
Runs: 3
Hits: 6
Slugging: .319
BB: 3
HBP: 1
Strikeouts: 6
OBP: .341
Stolen Bases: 0
Errors: 2
ERA: 5.53
WHIP: 2.18
K: 59%

CPHS Soccer: Sandites' historic ten win streak ends in PK shootout with Norman

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The Charles Page High School boys’ soccer team (9-1, 2-1) suffered their first loss of the season Friday night in an overtime shootout against Norman (7-2, 1-2). The Sandites kicked off a ten-match win streak in the 2018 season finale and were undefeated for the first five weeks of the 2019 season in what could very likely be a record-setting run for the program.

It’s hard to say for certain that it hasn’t been done because historic records haven’t been properly kept in decades past. But since Sandite Pride News launched in 2014, their best record has been the 5-9 tally they reached in the past two consecutive seasons. Since then they haven’t won two district matches in a season till now.

The team that finally beat them is 16th in the United Soccer Coaches national rankings.

If the Sandites continue winning the way they have been, they could easily qualify for the State Tournament. Regardless of how the final three weeks shake out, this team has already left its mark as one of the most successful teams in program history.

On Tuesday the boys notched their ninth win of the season in an overtime shootout against Edmond Santa Fe (4-7, 1-2). Jack Bratcher notched the lone goal in regulation, and neither team scored in the two overtime periods. In the shootout Luke Jeffus, Fernando Saldana, David Fancher, and Cameron Summerton made penalty kicks to secure the win.

The team lost Saldana, their leading scorer, after he drew his third yellow card in nine games and was forced to sit out Friday.

The match went scoreless till the 67th minute of regulation when Sandite goalkeeper Ethan Tippit fouled Leyton Lawter and the Tigers were awarded a penalty kick. Jackson Kim put the visitors on the board and things looked bleak for the home team.

Kaleb Brooks came up clutch for the Sandites, netting his first goal of the season with only three minutes remaining. A yellow card was issued to a Norman player after Bratcher was fouled with six seconds left to play and Kaiden Cox took a free kick, but time ran out and the boys went to overtime for the second time this week.

Following two scoreless overtime periods and a hundred minutes of game time, the match came down to a penalty kick shootout. Sophomore Xander Quiroga took over at goalie for Sand Springs and University of North Carolina Asheville-commit Nate Holladay played defense for the Tigers.

Jeffus and Grady Wade made the first kick for each team, but Gustavo Saldana caught the top post on the second kick and Griffin Storm gave the Tigers the lead. Fancher got the Sandites back on track, Jackson Kim retaliated, then Summerton and Ted Foster missed wide.

Trailing 3-2, it came down to Bratcher. The standout sophomore was right on target, but Holladay made the save to knock off one of only two undefeated teams remaining in Class 6A. The only remaining undefeated is nationally-ranked No. 5 Jenks (7-0).

The Lady Sandites (5-6, 0-3) suffered their fourth-straight shutout loss and are still looking for their first district win. Since defeating East Central 6-0 in mid-March, the girls have fallen 0-2 to Enid, 0-7 to Sapulpa, 0-2 to Edmond Santa Fe, and 0-4 to Norman.

Sophomore forward Brooke Goodman scored the first two goals for Norman, putting the Tigers on the board in the 11th minute and notching a brace just 80 seconds later. Aly Burkhart made a penalty kick six minutes into the second half and Megan Jones scored a header in the 67th minute. Despite the loss, sophomore goalie Ali Day was exception with numerous saves against the potent Tiger offense.

Sand Springs Soccer will return to action Tuesday with a district trip to Shawnee. Norman will travel to Edmond Santa Fe on Tuesday. Girls will play at 6:00 p.m. followed by boys at 8:00 p.m.

OSSAA District 6A-4 Girls Standings
3-0 Owasso (10-1)
3-0 Sapulpa (10-1)
2-1 Norman (5-5)
2-1 Edmond Santa Fe (3-5)
1-2 Union (2-4)
0-2 Shawnee (3-5)
0-2 Capitol Hill (3-5)
0-3 Sand Springs (5-6)

OSSAA District 6A-4 Boys Standings
3-0 Owasso (7-4)
3-0 Union (5-1)
2-1 Sand Springs (9-1)
1-2 Edmond Santa Fe (4-7)
1-2 Norman (7-2)
1-2 Sapulpa (5-6)
1-2 Capitol Hill (4-6)
0-3 Shawnee (8-3)

CPHS Boys Stats

Goals
7 Fernando Saldana
4 Jeffus
4 Bratcher
4 Gustavo Saldana
1 Munoz
1 Cox
1 Esparza
1 Franco
1 Quinton
1 Brooks

PKs
3 Fancher
2 Fernando Saldana
2 Jeffus
2 Gustavo Saldana
1 Cox
1 Summerton

Total Scoring
9 Fernando Saldana
6 Gustavo Saldana
6 Jeffus
4 Bratcher
3 Fancher
2 Cox
1 Munoz
1 Esparza
1 Franco
1 Quinton
1 Summerton
1 Brooks

CPHS Girls Stats

Goals
6 Horn
3 Esparza
3 Metcalfe
2 Lynch
1 Watts
1 DeShazo
1 Patton
1 Burgess
1 Horton
1 Lee
1 Slankard
1 Poletek

PKs
3 Horn
2 Lynch
1 Watts
1 Gelsthorpe
1 DeShazo

Total Scoring
9 Horn
4 Lynch
3 Esparza
3 Metcalfe
2 Watts
2 DeShazo
1 Gelsthorpe
1 Patton
1 Burgess
1 Horton
1 Lee
1 Slankard
1 Poletek

High School 6A-2 Football Rankings: 10/14/2018

Class 6A-II Football Week 8 - Sandite Pride News Rankings

  1. Stillwater (7-0)
    Defeated Lawton 23-20, hosts Putnam West Thursday.

  2. Bixby (6-1)
    Defeated Bartlesville 65-6, travels to Sand Springs Thursday.

  3. Booker T. Washington (4-3)
    Defeated Sapulpa 20-3, hosts Muskogee Thursday.

  4. Del City (6-1)
    Defeated Putnam City 46-7, hosts Midwest City Friday.

  5. Midwest City (5-2)
    Defeated Deer Creek 35-9, travels to Del City Friday.

  6. Lawton (4-3)
    Lost 23-20 to Stillwater, travels to Choctaw Thursday.

  7. Sapulpa (5-2)
    Lost 20-3 to Booker T. Washington, travels to Shawnee Thursday.

  8. Muskogee (5-2)
    Defeated Shawnee 35-26, travels to Booker T. Washington Thursday.

  9. Choctaw (4-3)
    Defeated Putnam West 35-7, hosts Lawton Thursday.

  10. Bartlesville (2-5)
    Lost 65-6 to Bixby, hosts Ponca City Thursday.

  11. Sand Springs (2-5)
    Defeated Ponca City 35-14, hosts Bixby Thursday.

  12. Shawnee (2-5)
    Lost 35-26 to Muskogee, hosts Sapulpa Thursday.

  13. Deer Creek (1-6)
    Lost 35-9 to Midwest City, hosts Putnam City Thursday.

  14. Putnam West (1-6)
    Lost 35-7 to Choctaw, travels to Stillwater Thursday.

  15. Ponca City (0-7)
    Lost 35-14 to Sand Springs, travels to Bixby Thursday.

  16. Putnam City (0-7)
    Lost 46-7 to Del City, travels to Deer Creek Thursday.

OSSAA 6A-II District Standings

District I
4-0 Stillwater (48)
4-0 Del City (47)
3-1 Midwest City (26)
2-2 Lawton (16)
2-2 Choctaw (13)
1-3 Putnam West (-30)
0-4 Deer Creek (-60)
0-4 Putnam City (-60)

District II
4-0 Bixby (59)
3-1 Muskogee (32)
3-1 Booker T. Washington (31)
2-2 Shawnee (-18)
2-2 Sapulpa (-24)
1-3 Bartlesville (-33)
1-3 Sand Springs (-3)
0-4 Ponca City (-44)

Top Offense
(Points Scored per game)
43.1 Bixby
42.7 Stillwater
37.6 Del City
37.0 Lawton
32.4 Muskogee
32.1 Sapulpa
31.0 Choctaw
29.3 Midwest City
27.9 Sand Springs

Top Defense
(Points Allowed)
13.1 Del City
13.4 Bixby
15.6 Booker T. Washington
19.6 Stillwater
21.7 Midwest City
24.0 Muskogee
24.6 Choctaw
29.0 Sapulpa
29.6 Lawton

Margin of Victory
29.7 Bixby
24.4 Del City
23.1 Stillwater
10.6 Booker T. Washington
8.4 Muskogee
7.6 Midwest City
7.4 Lawton
6.4 Choctaw
3.1 Sapulpa

CPHS Volleyball: Sandites end season 7-18 with Regional loss to Broken Arrow

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The Charles Page High School varsity volleyball team (7-18) took on the Frontier Valley Conference Champions from No. 9 ranked Broken Arrow (20-13) Tuesday evening at Owasso High School.

The Lady Sandites fell in sets of 25-23, 25-11, and 25-12 in the first round of the Regional Championship to end their season.

Macy Blackburn scored the first kill for Broken Arrow, the Tigers made a service error, then scored on a kill from Mackenzie McGuire. The Sandites rattled off four straight wins from there for a 5-2 lead. Madison Blaylock made an impressive dig that the Tigers let fall undefended. Cheyenne Henry made a kill, then combined on a block with Rachel Hines.

The teams traded blows till the Tigers dug themselves into an 11-7 deficit with three-straight errors. A quick timeout to adjust and they rattled off five straight points with four kills. Devree Youngblood tied it at 12-12, Cloe Campfield tied it at 13-13, and Henry tied it at 14-14 before the Sandites put together a three point run for the 18-15 lead with a kill from Henry and a block from Henry and Youngblood.

Sand Springs stayed out front till 20-17, then the Tigers rattled off four straight. The set tied three more times before Kiana Clark and Gracie Daniels combined on a block for the 25-23 victory. Henry was the star of the game with five kills and two blocks.

Broken Arrow buried Sand Springs in an early 13-5 deficit in set two with a 10-1 run and the Sandites never recovered. Sand Springs committed ten errors with only three kills, and the Tigers cleaned up their serve game with four aces and half as many service errors in the 25-11 beat down.

Game three started as another back and forth affair. Broken Arrow started to pull ahead at 8-5, then committed four errors to give the Sandites the lead. Olivia Boss tied it at 9-9, Vanessa Wyrick killed for the lead, then the Tigers got back into their groove with eight straight rallies to knock the Sandites out of contention.

The Tigers, who went undefeated in conference action this season, were defeated 3-0 by the hosting Rams in the Regional finals. Owasso and Jenks are the lone FVC teams to advance to the State Tournament.

BAHS 3 CPHS 0
(25-23, 25-11, 25-12)
Kills: BAHS 35, CPHS 15
Blocks: BAHS 5, CPHS 3.
Aces: BAHS 6.
Service Errors: CPHS 3, BAHS 8.
Total Errors: BAHS 28, CPHS 29.
(Sand Springs Stats)
Kills: Henry 6, Youngblood 4, Campfield 3, Burris 1, Wyrick 1.
Assists: Burris 11, Mong 3.
Assisted Blocks: Henry 3, Hines 1, Youngblood 1, Burris 1.
Digs: Blaylock 12, Burris 2, Youngblood 1, Mong 1, Hines 1.

Regional Champions
No. 1 Edmond Santa Fe (29-3)
No. 2 Stillwater (26-5)
No. 3 Edmond Memorial (24-8)
No. 4 Deer Creek (23-7)
No. 5 Norman North (25-8)
No. 6 Jenks (21-15)
No. 7 Edmond North (22-10)
No. 8 Owasso (25-9)

High School 6A-2 Football Rankings: 10/8/2018

Class 6A-II Football Week 7 - Sandite Pride News Rankings

  1. Stillwater (6-0)
    Defeated Choctaw 42-22, travels to Lawton Friday.

  2. Bixby (5-1)
    Defeated Ponca City 57-20, hosts Bartlesville Friday.

  3. Booker T. Washington (3-3)
    Shutout Shawnee 54-0, travels to Sapulpa Friday.

  4. Midwest City (4-2)
    Shutout Putnam City 36-0, hosts Deer Creek Friday.

  5. Lawton (4-2)
    Defeated Putnam West 42-21, hosts Stillwater Friday.

  6. Del City (5-1)
    Defeated Deer Creek 35-6, travels to Putnam City Friday.

  7. Sapulpa (5-1)
    Defeated Muskogee 49-48 in OT, hosts Booker T. Washington Friday.

  8. Muskogee (4-2)
    Lost 49-48 to Sapulpa in OT, hosts Shawnee Friday.

  9. Choctaw (3-3)
    Lost 42-22 to Stillwater, travels to Putnam West Thursday.

  10. Bartlesville (2-4)
    Defeated Sand Springs 29-27, travels to Bixby Friday.

  11. Sand Springs (1-5)
    Lost 29-27 to Bartlesville, travels to Ponca City Friday.

  12. Deer Creek (1-5)
    Lost 35-6 to Del City, travels to Midwest City Friday.

  13. Putnam West (1-5)
    Lost 42-21 to Lawton, hosts Choctaw Thursday.

  14. Shawnee (2-4)
    Lost 54-0 to Booker T. Washington, travels to Muskogee Friday.

  15. Ponca City (0-6)
    Lost 57-20 to Bixby, hosts Sand Springs Friday.

  16. Putnam City (0-6)
    Shutout 36-0 by Midwest City, hosts Del City Friday.

OSSAA 6A-II District Standings

District I
3-0 Stillwater (45)
3-0 Del City (32)
2-1 Midwest City (11)
2-1 Lawton (19)
1-2 Choctaw (-2)
1-2 Putnam West (-15)
0-3 Deer Creek (-45)
0-3 Putnam City (-45)

District II
3-0 Bixby (44)
2-1 Booker T. Washington (16)
2-1 Sapulpa (-9)
2-1 Muskogee (23)
2-1 Shawnee (-9)
1-2 Bartlesville (-18)
0-3 Sand Springs (-18)
0-3 Ponca City (-29)

CPHS Volleyball: Sandites finish season 5th in FVC with 3-1 win at Booker T. Washington

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(Tulsa) - The Charles Page High School varsity volleyball team (7-17) got off to a rough start in their final match of the regular season Monday, but ultimately prevailed 3-1 against Booker T. Washington (5-12).

The first set was a sloppy mess for both teams as the two combined for only thirteen kills against thirty errors. Sand Springs started 3-0 before giving up five straight. They trailed till 12-11 when Devree Youngblood capped a four-point run with a kill.

The Hornets quickly reclaimed their advantage and didn’t relinquish it again till another four-point run at 20-19. Jackie Patton gave her team the 22-20 lead, the Sandites tied it, then Patton scored a kill and a block en route to the 25-22 victory.

Game two was much cleaner for both teams and the visitors prevailed 25-19 despite committing eleven total errors with five on the serve. The set started with a rocky exchange but the Hornets took their only lead at 3-2 before Sand Springs surged ahead to a 13-5 advantage.

The teams exchanged kills till 16-8, then the Hornets rattled off four straight, capped by Kaya Neal to make it 16-12. It was a tight back-and-forth from there with neither team winning more than two rallies in row, and Youngblood sealed the win with an assist from Madison Burris. Vanessa Wyrick led all scorers with four kills.

The Sandites played their smoothest game in set three, winning 25-11 despite only scoring eight kills. Youngblood, Gillian Wicker, and Cheyenne Henry scored aces, Youngblood had a block, and the team committed only three errors.

Booker T rallied from a 4-2 deficit to a 7-4 lead in game four and held the frontline till a block from Henry and Burris made it 17-16. Henry and Cloe Campfield notched kills to cap a five point run with a 19-16 lead before the teams traded service errors.

Four-straight Sandite errors let the Hornets back into the game with a 21-20 home lead, Wyrick tied it, then the Hornets got their last point on a Sandite error before their visitors rattled off four points for the win. Burris iced the cake on a tipped ball.

The Sandites will either end their season or punch their ticket to State tomorrow at Owasso in a single elimination Regional Tournament. The No. 8 ranked Rams (23-9) will take on Muskogee (17-13) at 4:00 p.m. Sand Springs will play No. 9 Broken Arrow (19-12) at 6:00 p.m. The Championship round will be played at 7:30 p.m.

Sand Springs is 0-2 against the Tigerettes, falling 3-1 at the Broken Arrow Invitational in August and 3-0 last Tuesday. The Sandites averaged 15.3 points per set against Broken Arrow, who went 8-0 for an undefeated Frontier Valley Conference Championship this season. Sand Springs finished fifth of ten teams in conference standings.

Owasso won their lone meeting with Sand Springs 3-0, giving up an average of 14 points per set, and finished third in conference. Muskogee lost 3-0 to Owasso, Broken Arrow, and Sand Springs and placed seventh in the conference.

CPHS 3 BTW 1
(22-25, 25-19, 25-11, 25-22)
Kills: CPHS 37, BTW 31.
Blocks: CPHS 4, BTW 2.
Aces: BTW 5, CPHS 4.
Service Errors: BTW 8, CPHS 11.
Total Errors: CPHS 39, BTW 52.
(Sand Springs Stats)
Kills: Wyrick 7, Henry 6, Harris 5, Burris 5, Youngblood 5, Campfield 4, Hines 4, Rice 1.
Assists: Burris 18, Mong 9, Wicker 1, Youngblood 1, Hines 1.
Solo Blocks: Youngblood 1.
Assisted Blocks: Henry 3, Burris 2, Campfield 1.
Digs: Campfield 9, Blaylock 6, Burris 1, Youngblood 1, Mong 1, Rice 1.
Aces: Wicker 1, Youngblood 1, Wyrick 1, Hines 1.

Frontier Valley Conference Final Results
8-0 Broken Arrow (19-12)
7-1 Jenks (19-15)
7-2 Owasso (23-9)
6-3 Bixby (16-14)
5-4 Sand Springs (6-17)
5-5 Union (13-19)
3-6 Bartlesville (6-26)
2-7 Muskogee (17-13)
0-7 Booker T. Washington (5-11)
0-8 Sapulpa (3-15)

High School 6A Football and Volleyball Rankings: 10/1/2018

Class 6A Volleyball Week 7 - OSSAA Rankings

  1. Edmond Santa Fe (25-2)

  2. Edmond Memorial (23-5)

  3. Deer Creek (17-5)

  4. Stillwater (16-6)

  5. Norman North (21-8)

  6. Jenks (18-15)

  7. Edmond North (17-10)

  8. Owasso (21-9)

  9. Broken Arrow (18-11)

  10. Yukon (19-9)

  11. Mustang (20-8)

  12. Shawnee (22-8)

  13. Southmoore (12-17)

  14. Bixby (16-13)

  15. Choctaw (18-11)

  16. Westmoore (10-20)

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

  1. Stillwater (5-0)
    Defeated Midwest City 31-13, travels to Choctaw Friday.

  2. Bixby (4-1)
    Defeated Booker T. 21-7, travels to Ponca City Friday.

  3. Booker T. Washington (2-3)
    Lost 21-7 to Bixby, hosts Shawnee Friday.

  4. Midwest City (3-2)
    Lost 31-13 to Stillwater, hosts Putnam City Friday.

  5. Lawton (3-2)
    Defeated Deer Creek 34-17, travels to Putnam West Friday.

  6. Del City (4-1)
    Defeated Putnam West 49-13, travels to Deer Creek Friday.

  7. Muskogee (4-1)
    Defeated Sand Springs 45-27, travels to Sapulpa Friday.

  8. Choctaw (3-2)
    Defeated Putnam City 49-7, hosts Stillwater Friday.

  9. Sand Springs (1-4)
    Lost 45-27 to Muskogee, hosts Bartlesville Friday.

  10. Sapulpa (4-1)
    Defeated Bartlesville 63-58, hosts Muskogee Friday.

  11. Deer Creek (1-4)
    Lost 34-17 to Lawton, hosts Del City Friday.

  12. Bartlesville (1-4)
    Lost 63-58 to Sapulpa, travels to Sand Springs Friday.

  13. Putnam West (1-3)
    Lost 49-13 to Del City, hosts Lawton Friday.

  14. Shawnee (2-3)
    Defeated Ponca City 32-27, travels to Booker T. Friday.

  15. Ponca City (0-5)
    Lost 27-32 to Shawnee, hosts Bixby Friday.

  16. Putnam City (0-5)
    Lost 49-7 to Choctaw, travels to Midwest City Friday

CPHS Volleyball: Sandites upset No. 7 Claremore 3-2 on Senior Night

The Charles Page High School varsity volleyball team notched a 3-2 upset over Class 5A No. 7 ranked Claremore (14-14) Thursday evening on Senior Night. The Sandites won the first two sets against the Zebras, lost the next two, and won the fifth before a boisterous crowd of fans at the Ed Dubie Field House

The Sandites jumped out to a 4-0 lead with a pair of kills from Devree Youngblood before the Zebras got on the board with a service error and a kill from Danielle Meisinger. Rachel Hines kicked off a three-point run for the Sandites, but Claremore tied it up at 7-7. Youngblood scored two more kills and combined on a block with Vanessa Wyrick for an 11-7 lead, then the visitors battled back for a 15-13 advantage.

Things got heated from there as neither team won more than two rallies in a row. The set tied eight times but ultimately the Sandites prevailed 25-23 anchored by Youngblood with seven kills and Madison Burris with one kill and seven assists. Cheyenne Henry hit the lone Sandite ace in game one.

The second set started with a 5-1 Sandite lead thanks to kills from Youngblood and Hines, and an ace from Burris. Then the Zebras went on a 7-1 run for the lead with two aces from Riley Renfroe. Wyrick scored a kill and a block to tie it, then Youngblood had a pair of aces for the lead. The back and forth affair continued with an ace from Jones for the 12-10 Zebra lead. The game tied at 15 and Sand Springs took the lead at 18-17 with three-straight Zebra errors.

Jones and Briley Penny combined on a block to tie it again, but that would be the last time as the Sandites thundered ahead to a 25-21 victory. Claremore outkilled the Sandites 11-8 but the Sandites won the ace battle 5-3 and only committed five total errors.

The Zebras battled back in the third set, rallying from a 15-11 deficit to an 18-16 lead that they never surrendered. They came alive at the net with five blocks as the difference maker.

The fourth game got off to a great start for the Sandites with a 6-0 lead. The tag team duo of Burris and Youngblood combined for two blocks and two kills before the Zebras got on the board with a service error. The visitors began to rally after Youngblood came out with an injury, but McKenzie Harris and Gillian Wicker filled in well and the Zebras didn’t take their first lead till 18-17. They ran away with it from there, however, for a 25-20 victory.

Sand Springs used a three-point run for a 5-3 lead in the final set, Claremore won three to make it 6-5, Sand Springs won four to make it 9-6, Claremore won four more, then Sand Springs won five more. Claremore notched a campfire kill to try and stall the Sandite tide, but Hailey Grant hit out-of-bounds to give Sand Springs the win at 15-12.

On Tuesday the Lady Sandites fell 25-19, 25-13, and 25-18 to No. 14 Bixby (16-12, 6-3).

Sand Springs Volleyball (6-16, 4-3) will return to action Tuesday at 6:15 p.m. with a Frontier Valley Conference home match against No. 9 Broken Arrow (18-11, 7-0) who they previously fell 3-1 to at the Tigers’ home tournament.

CPHS 3 CHS 2
(25-23, 25-21, 21-25, 20-25, 15-12)
Kills: CHS 44, CPHS 42.
Blocks: CPHS 10, CHS 10.
Aces: CPHS 9, CHS 7.
Service Errors: CHS 12, CPHS 13.
Total Errors: CHS 45, CPHS 45.
(Sand Springs Stats)
Kills: Youngblood 14, Campfield 10, Hines 6, Burris 4, Wyrick 4, Harris 2, Henry 1, Mong 1.
Assists: Burris 30, Mong 5, Wyrick 1, Blaylock 1.
Solo Blocks: Campfield 1, Wyrick 1, Henry 1.
Assisted Blocks: Henry 4, Burris 4, Youngblood 3, Wyrick 3.
Aces: Burris 2, Youngblood 2, Henry 2, Campfield 1, Martin 1, Mong 1.
Digs: Blaylock 6, Campfield 5, Mong 3, Harris 1, Henry 1.

Frontier Valley Conference Standings
7-0 No. 9 Broken Arrow (18-11)
6-1 No. 8 Jenks (18-15)
6-3 No. 14 Bixby (16-12)
5-2 No. 7 Owasso (21-9)
5-4 No. 17 Union (11-14)
4-3 Sand Springs (6-16)
3-5 No. 18 Bartlesville (6-18)
0-4 Booker T. Washington (5-9)
0-7 Muskogee (14-13)
0-7 Sapulpa (3-14)

High School 6A Football and Volleyball Rankings: 9/24/2018

Class 6A Volleyball Week 6 - OSSAA Rankings

  1. Edmond Santa Fe (25-2)

  2. Edmond Memorial (23-5)

  3. Deer Creek (17-5)

  4. Stillwater (16-6)

  5. Norman North (19-8)

  6. Edmond North (16-10)

  7. Owasso (21-7)

  8. Jenks (16-15)

  9. Broken Arrow (17-11)

  10. Yukon (15-6)

  11. Mustang (19-7)

  12. Shawnee (21-7)

  13. Southmoore (11-16)

  14. Bixby (14-12)

  15. Choctaw (17-9)

  16. Westmoore (7-15)

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

  1. Booker T. Washington (2-2)

  2. Bixby (3-1)

  3. Midwest City (3-1)

  4. Stillwater (4-0)

  5. Lawton (2-2)

  6. Del City (3-1)

  7. Muskogee (3-1)

  8. Choctaw (2-2)

  9. Sand Springs (1-3)

  10. Sapulpa (3-1)

  11. Deer Creek (1-3)

  12. Bartlesville (1-3)

  13. Putnam West (1-3)

  14. Shawnee (1-3)

  15. Ponca City (0-4)

  16. Putnam City (0-4)