The Broken Arrow wrestling team who was crowned the 6A Dual State Champions
Southmoore’s Haley Strawn signed to play softball at Cowley Community College .
Rajeana Gage of Pryor sent in this picture of her son, Ryan Hendricks, who is the short stop for Pryor. As you can see it looks like he is sitting in an invisible chair as he sets up to make a catch.
Mustang’s Tyler Webster, Abby Hodgen, David Glidden and Alissa Jones all made collegiate commitments this week.
Twelve Comets from Bishop Kelley High School smile after signing their letters of intent.
Originally Published: Feb 18, 2011 10:41 AM CDT
Layna Dewell Oklahoma Sports Staff Writer
OKLAHOMA CITY—The state of Oklahoma had quite a few happenings going on this week at the high school level.
Since the snow delayed many schools from holding their National Letter of Intent signing days, plenty of high school athletes got the chance to showcase their college commitments and be recognized through signing ceremonies.
Also in this week’s gallery is the Broken Arrow Tigers wrestling team who were crowned the 6A dual state champion.
The gallery wouldn’t be complete without a baseball shot, as teams hit the diamond this week across the state.
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