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Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame announces 2021-22 high school athletes of the year

The Oklahoma Sporting activities Corridor of Fame announced its 2021-22 superior faculty athletes of the calendar year.

The OSHOF will honor its alternatives for the duration of the 38th yearly All-Athletics and Scholar Athlete awards luncheon on June 8 at the Jeaneen and Bob Naifeh Spouse and children & Bud Wilkinson Celebration Middle. Coaching awards will also be introduced.

Tickets are out there at oklahomasportshalloffame.org/events.

Here is a list of the award winners. 

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OSHOF athletes of the yr

Boys basketball: JV Seat, Edmond Memorial  

Girls basketball: Tatum Havens, Tahlequah 

Boys cross place: AJ Antonelli, Deer Creek 

Girls cross country: Cayden Dawson, Bixby 

Football: Braylin Presley, Bixby

Boys golf: Carson Blaser, Edmond North 

Women golfing: Sue Meshew, Guthrie 

Boys soccer: Ethan Koepke, Southmoore 

Women soccer: Sabrina Guzman, Bishop McGuinness 

Boys swimming: Owen Flynn, Heritage Hall

Ladies swimming: Aidan Howze, Bartlesville 

Boys tennis: Nolyn Mjema, Edmond North 

Ladies tennis: Alexis Giles, Duncan 

Boys monitor and discipline: Ricky Smith Jr., Ardmore 

Ladies keep track of and subject: Payton Hinkle, Broken Arrow 

Volleyball: Shelby O’Steen, Mount St. Mary

Wrestling: Zach Blankenship, Bixby  

Virgil Milliron Wrestling Scholarship award: Jazen Brown, Midwest City 

Ferguson Jenkins Exceptional Baseball University student-Athlete award: Jackson Holliday, Stillwater 

Michele Smith Exceptional Softball Scholar-Athlete award: Tallen Edwards, Southmoore 

Nationwide Football Basis Oklahoma Chapter Substantial University Mentor of the Year: Kevin Jones, Collinsville  

Merv Johnson Integrity in College or university Coaching award: Gary Gibbs

Experienced Athletes Basis Scholarship award: Jessica Helm, Oklahoma Christian College

Expert Athletes Foundation Scholarship award: Parker Blankenship, Ardmore 

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