Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

October 30, 2013

Randee reigns

O’Donnell named 5A-3 MVP; 4 others claim district honors for Tahlequah.


All-District 5A-3

Player of the Year: Randee O’Donnell (Tahlequah)

Pitcher of the Year: Ally Johnson (Claremore)

Coach of the Year: Jim Sherl (Claremore)

Pitcher: Lindsay Wade (Tahlequah)

Catcher: Whitney Wright (Tahlequah); Hailey Seago (Claremore)

First base: Rachael Griffin (Collinsville); Hope Swarer (Coweta)

Second base: Stephanie Schivally (Claremore); Jordan Graham (Coweta)

Shortstop: Sarah Brown (Claremore); Bailee Wolfe (Coweta)

Third base: Lainey Wallace (Tahlequah); Kourtney Lincicome (Skiatook)

Outfield: Marisa Girdner (Tahlequah); Madison Bright (Claremore); Krista Wolfe (Claremore); Morgan Hughes (Coweta)

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