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High School Sports

March 20, 2014

Rider pair named conference MVP’s

Hulbert's Mason Fielden and Parker Taylor claim top honors in the Big Eight Conference

Hulbert’s Mason Fielden and Parker Taylor nabbed the top honors in the Big Eight Conference with Most Valuable Player accolades when the league recently announced postseason awards. Both sophomores, Fielden and Taylor led Hulbert to a 17-10 season, which ended short of the Class 2A area tournament with a loss to Tonkawa in the regional consolation semifinals.

Hulbert coach Rick Ott was also named the league’s Coach of the Year.

Hulbert, which won the league title this season, also had Ricco Wynn finish on the league’s First Team. Joining him on that team was Chris Jarvis (Gore), Darius Riggs (Okay), Aaron Busch (Sallisaw Central), Shade Nofire (Sallisaw Central), Garrett Rice (Warner), KT Parker (Warner), Mason Kittrell (Vian) and Denver Coffee (Vian).

Hulbert’s Brandon Thompson and Spencer West also picked up honorable mention nods in the league.

As for Hulbert’s girls, Tiffany Thompson and Brooke Bailey were named to the Big Eight Conference First Team. Jade Cearley (Gore), McKenna Martindale (Sallisaw Central), Desiree Moon (Vian), Jennifer Hunter (Vian), Kiley Troutman (Vian), Raven Girty (Warner) and Chelsea Anderson (Warner) were also named to the First Team.

Nese Walters and Erica Casey, both from Vian, shared Most Valuable Player honors in the league.

A pair of Hulbert players, Megan Cox and Tina Buford, landed honorable mention honors in the league.

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