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Locals shine at all-star events

June 16, 2021 - 00:00
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  • Locals shine at all-star events
    CASHION’S baseball trio of Hayden Branch (left), coach Blake Mounce (center) and Nathaniel Bronaugh (right) took part in the Western Oklahoma Baseball Coaches Association All-Star game in Weatherford. Bronaugh also drove in the winning run at the OBCA A
  • Locals shine at all-star events
    KHS HEAD FOOTBALL coach Jeff Myers (second from left) watched three of his former players take part in the annual Classic Bowl football game. They were, from left, Cade Stephenson, the East team’s offensive MVP, Caleb Dick and T.J. Parker. [Photo provid


Cashion’s Nathaniel Bronaugh’s All-State baseball appearance proved to be a memorable one.

Bronaugh’s sacrifice fly in the eighth inning drove in the winning run as the Small West defeated the Small East 3-2 in the Oklahoma Baseball Coaches Association All-State games at Enid’s David Allen Memorial Ballpark.

Bronaugh batted leadoff and played centerfield during the June 6 contest

He started his day with a leadoff walk.

Bronaugh will be a walk-on at Connors State College in Warner in the fall.

He was also a part of the winning North team in the recent Western Oklahoma Baseball Coaches Association all-star game in Weatherford.

The North won 2-0 as Bronaugh’s bunt drove in the final run.

His Cashion teammate, Hayden Branch, was part of the rotation that shutout the south.

Cashion head coach Blake Mounce coached the North in the all-star game.

The West defeated the East in all three OBCA AllState games.

That included a 9-1 victory in the large-school game and 8-1 in the middle-sized schools.

That game featured Kingfisher’s Ian Daugherty.

The Oklahoma State signee was 1 for 3 with an RBI in the nightcap.


Although his team didn’t win the annual Faith 7 Bowl, Kingfisher’s Matthew Stone still brought home a championship.

Stone won the slam dunk competition at halftime of the boys game in Shawnee, which features a select group of players from Oklahoma against an all-star team from Texas.

Stone scored 12 points for Team Oklahoma, which lost the game 121-109.

Lomega’s Adysen Wilson was named the East Player of the Year and Kevin Lewallen the Coach of the Year during Classic Bowl girls basketball festivities the first week of June.

Wilson scored five points in her Red team’s 69-58 win against the White in one of two girls basketball games in Woodward, which featured all-star players from western Oklahoma, southwest Kansas and the Texas panhandle.

In the first game of the night, White defeated Red 48-30.

For the White team, Lomega’s Emma Duffy scored eight points, Okarche’s Madison Owens five and Hennessey’s Gracie Miller four.

Neely Tilley-Bedick of Cashion scored 11 points for the Red team.

In boys basketball action, Kingfisher’s Jarret Birdwell won the slam dunk competition.

He was also a part of the winning Red team in the night’s first game as it beat the White 67-62.

Birdwell scored six points while Lomega’s Noah Snowden scored seven.

Riley Lumpkin of Lomega scored seven points for White while Kingfisher’s Maverick Ridenour chipped in five points.

Jared Reese of Kingfisher was named Coach of the Year in pre-game festivities.


Cade Stephenson was named Offensive MVP for the winning East team at the annual Classic Bowl football all-star game in Woodward on June 5.

Stephenson ran for 129 yards and two touchdowns as the East beat the West 26-8.

Stephenson had TD runs of 1 yard (set up by his own 24-yard run) and 9 yards in the first-half as the Eastbuilt a 13-0 lead.

Along with other county players, joining Stephenson on the winning team were KHS teammates T.J. Parker and Caleb Dick.