The OSSCA All-State games are scheduled for Saturday, June 14, at the University of Oklahoma Softball Complex in Norman. The small schools (Classes A and 2A) will play at 11 a.m, the middle schools (Classes 3A and 4A) will play at 1 p.m. and the large schools (Classes 5A and 6A) will play at 3 p.m.
Wauahdooah hit .496 and had a 28-8 pitching record while Milburn batted .424 in helping lead the Lady Indians into the Class A state tournament.
“Tristan and Sarah have each contributed so much to our program. They are both very deserving of this honor and it’s a great way to end their high school careers,” said Asher head coach Tari Dubler.
Trimmer hit .673 with 11 homers, 11 triples, 18 doubles and 64 runs batted in.
“Lauren is very deserving of the all-star honors that she has received this year (fast and slow pitch All-State). She put up good numbers this spring on top of making a name for herself over the last three years.” Said Roff head coach Blake Crawford. “I am very thankful for the opportunity to have coached her this year.”
Scott batted .642 with 10 homers, three triples, 12 doubles and 29 runs batted in while hitting cleanup for the 20-13 Lady Panthers, who qualified for the Class 4A state tournament.
“Jordyn is a great kid, who worked hard and deserves the award. We’re going to miss her,” said Latta head coach Jim Foster. “She did a great job all year long and was a great leader.”
Latta’s Anna Wood was one of eight players statewide to make the list of OSSCA Academic All-Staters.
The OCA All-State baseball teams are expected to be released soon.