Northeast OK "Unsung Heroes" Athletes Who Make a Difference Presented By Roberts Auto Center
Allee Erne – Bartlesville
Allee is a junior who is able to fill various roles whenever needed. Her attitude and work ethic is some of the best a coach could ask for.
Olivia Foster – Caney Valley
Olivia is a senior who is versatile and will do whatever is needed.
Makenna Smith – Dewey
Makenna caught every inning for the Lady Doggers in 2019 and without her, the season would not have been as successful as it was.
Alisseondra Mathis – Nowata
She just comes in, works hard, and does her job.
Ashlyn Hough – Oklahoma Union
Ashlyn has 11 wins in the circle as the number two pitcher. Threw three games in the OK Union tournament to get her team to the finals last season.
Libbi Barton – Afton
Libbi is a hard worker who never complains and isn’t afraid to do the dirty work.
Dawn Blake – Grove
Dawn has played multiple roles for her team since her freshman year. She never has a bad day at practice; she works hard and never complains. Her teammates always recognize her efforts and look up to her as an upperclassman.
Kiley Cypert – Ketchum
Kiley is the Lady Warriors’ leadoff hitter and sparkplug.
Ally McClellan – Vinita
Ally came in last year and filled in for an injured three-year starter at second base and did a great job. She always does what is asked of her.
Halle Rupert – Welch
Halle is a great athlete who leads by example.
Jamie Moore – Adair
Jamie is the Lady Warriors’ catcher and is a great leader for the team.
Mariah Gilmore – Claremore
Mariah is the Lady Zebras’ dugout leader who works super hard, never complains, pushes her teammates, and always has a smile on her face.
Shanie Barbee – Colcord
Shanie is a really good catcher, not many balls get past her; really good at calling the right pitches.
Morgan Wright – Kansas
Morgan is a quiet young lady who always has a smile on her face and a great attitude.
Bailee Cravens – Verdigris
Bailee has great character that is exemplified by her work ethic on and off the field.
Lexie Graham - Chouteau-
Mazie Small in size but has the biggest heart and drive for her team, Lexie will do anything to keep her team on the right track behind the scenes.
Brittney Valdez - Claremore Sequoyah
Brittney is that player that will run through a wall for you. She doesn’t lead in stats but she is an integral part of the program on and off the court.
Emma Bell – Inola
Emma is a defensive specialist for Inola who had 203 digs as a junior last season playing a pivotal back row role for the Lady Longhorns defense.
Stacey Henderson - Locust Grove
As a libero, Stacey doesn’t get the recognition that is deserved a lot of the time. Without that role, you have no defense and no good way to set up an offense.
Gracie Koscelny - Oklahoma Union
Gracie is a very talented setter who can put the ball wherever she wants it. Also has a great serve game.
Harley Scroggins – Salina
Setting is tough work and Harley deserves recognition for her role on the team.
Abby Barnes – Verdigris
Last year as a freshman, Abby (a two-sport athlete) set the tone for practice with her work ethic.
Sawyer Sherrell – Colcord
Sawyer is already taking a leadership role on the team as a sophomore.
Caleb Reding – Kansas
Comes to practice and leads with work ethic, not talking or yelling. Does everything at full speed, does everything asked of him.
Daltyn Strickland – Salina
Daltyn started at center for most of the season last year and got lots of playing time at linebacker also. He is a very hard worker and a tough player. His coach knows he can count on Daltyn to do his best at anything he asks him to do.
Max Munoz – Bartlesville
Max plays the H-back position and does not get much praise. He is a huge part of what the Bruins do and how they find success.
Austin Perry – Afton
This is a kid that has kept a positive attitude and willing to work hard with very little playing time. He will go above and beyond to help someone in need.
Hayden Jones – Bluejacket
Hayden is that big lineman type that never gets his name in the paper but goes to work in the trenches on both sides of the ball and is a force and a lot to handle for the opposition.
Johnny Williamson– Jay
Johnny will be a three-year starter on the offensive line. Johnny looks to have a big year for us protecting the QB and RBs. Johnny is a great leader on and off the field and is involved in student council and will be valedictorian of the senior class.
Prince Ward – Vinita
A senior who has a chance to be a Division I kicker/punter. His coach says, “He is as good as I’ve seen in my 23 years.”
Brady Chenoweth – Welch
Brady came off an injury last season and provided a great spark at defensive end. He may not get his name in the paper for the most tackles but what he proved he could do for his team last year will be very important to their success this year.