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High School Sports

May 31, 2014

Green grabs MVP honors

Former Sequoyah standout Caisen Green had four catches for 147 yards and two touchdowns for the South team in the North/South All-Star game in Oologah. The South lost, 24-13, but Green nabbed most valuable player honors for the South squad.

Also representing Sequoyah on the South team was Cody Hooper, who had eight carries for 40 yards and three catches for 42 yards.

In the baseball contest at Claremore, Hulbert’s Chad Schluns went two-for-three with a double and three runs batted in while helping the Gold team beat Blue, 8-3. Schluns also pitched two innings while allowing three runs (two earned) on three hits and two walks.

Hulbert’s Brooke Bailey was the lone representative in the girls basketball game between the Blue and Gold. Bailey had seven points, and Blue won 45-40.

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