Skip to Content

**Vote Now to Decide the Top Oklahoma High School Athlete of the Week**

The latest spring sports update for March 11-17, sponsored by Landmark Fine Homes, is now accessible on

Voting remains open until noon on Sunday, offering the opportunity for participation without a subscription requirement. Each device permits one vote per hour.

Last week’s victors in the final winter sports poll were Addison Hartman from Merritt girls basketball and Dayton Forsythe from Dale boys basketball.

This week’s poll showcases nominees across various sports categories including baseball, soccer, softball, tennis, and track and field:

Boys Athlete of the Week

  • Ben Burchfield, Senior from Minco track: Noteworthy performances by Burchfield in the 200-meter dash and 400 at the Hennessey Invitational where he clinched victories with impressive timings of 23.35 and 52.12 seconds, respectively.

  • Luca Dunnington, Junior from Classen SAS golf: Dunnington’s standout performance included leading Classen SAS to victory in the All-City Athletic Conference boys team championship with a score of 76 and a shared individual title.

  • Bryte Haase, Junior from North Rock Creek track: Secured first place in the 100-meter event with a time of 11.34 at the Hennessey Invitational.

  • Mason Largent, Junior from Edmond Memorial soccer: Contributed significantly to Edmond Memorial’s success in the Choctaw Cup by scoring four goals across three matches. Additionally, his defensive prowess as a center back was evident in the team’s shutout against Norman North.

  • Carter Reese, Sophomore from Carl Albert tennis: Finished as the runner-up in the No. 1 singles category at the Duncan West Tournament, where Carl Albert claimed the second position as a team.

  • Caleb Stovall, Senior from Norman tennis: Emerged victorious in the No. 1 singles category at Pauls Valley’s tournament, leading Norman to secure the team title.

  • Sam Strauss, Senior from Edmond Memorial track: Demonstrated excellence by winning both hurdle events at the Bishop McGuinness Clancy Classic, clocking 14.46 in the 110 hurdles and 39.26 in the 300 hurdles.

  • Easton Teel, Senior from Choctaw baseball: Played a pivotal role as a pitcher in Choctaw’s undefeated start to the season, achieving a 2-0 record and striking out 18 batters in eight innings. Teel’s performance was instrumental in securing victories against Lawton and Midwest City.

  • Ben VanLandingham, Junior from Crossings Christian tennis: Secured the No. 1 singles title and contributed to Crossings Christian’s team victory at the Duncan West Tournament.

Girls Athlete of the Week

  • Christina Barnett, Senior from OKC Storm track: Dominated the discus event at the Hennessey Invitational with a winning throw of 144 feet, 4 inches.

  • Lily Bryant, Sophomore from Carl Albert tennis: Alongside her partner Rylee Reese, clinched the No. 1 doubles title at the Duncan West Tournament.

  • Elle Canty, Junior from Community Christian soccer: Displayed exceptional performance by scoring six goals in recent matches, aiding Community Christian in securing victories.

  • Maddie Cottier, Junior from Deer Creek track: Triumphed in the 800-meter race at the Bishop McGuinness Clancy Classic with a timing of 2:23.87, narrowly surpassing Kristen Kirk from Choctaw.

  • Audrey Crooks, Sophomore from Oklahoma Christian School tennis: Claimed the title in the No. 1 singles category at the Duncan West Invitational.

  • Carina Chen, Junior from Classen SAS golf: Impressed with a score of 49 in nine holes, contributing to Classen SAS’s victory in the All-City Athletic Conference girls team championship.

  • Haley Hacker, Senior from North Rock Creek softball: Demonstrated exceptional performance with a remarkable 20 out of 25 at-bats, including 10 home runs and 22 RBIs. Hacker’s contribution has been vital to North Rock Creek’s success in the ongoing Slow Pitch season.

  • Alyssa Luke, Senior from Yukon track: Secured victory in the 400-meter event at the Bishop McGuinness Clancy Classic with a timing of 1:00.83.

  • Brityn Waller, Sophomore from Christian Heritage tennis: Claimed the No. 1 singles title while aiding Christian Heritage in winning the team championship at Paul Valley’s tournament.