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High School Sports

May 23, 2014

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Tahlequah’s Jake Johnson garners All-State honors after individual, state titles

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OCA All-State golf

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East team


Jake Johnson (Tahlequah)

Spencer Smythe (Muskogee)

Casey Paul (Owasso)

Brody King (Bishop Kelley)

Chandler Puckett (Hilldale)

Chase Turner (Metro Christian)

Alek Cunningham (Bethel)

Preston Lovett (Tishomingo)

Kody Whitehead (Cameron)

Austin Hamilton (Stroud)

Wesley Jackson (Fort Gibson)

Alexander Hughes (Edison)

West team

Nick Heinen (Edmond North)

Hayden Wood (Edmond North)

Blake Graham (Duncan)

Trent Meisel (Lawton MacArthur)

Isaac Griffis (Bethany)

Tyler Price (Harrah)

Matt Henry (Pauls Valley)

Zach Schaefer (Oklahoma Christian School)

Adam Eaton (Oklahoma Bible Academy)

Clay Dobbins (Christian Heritage)

Trent Evans (Edmond Memorial)

Daniel Whitehorse (Pauls Valley)

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