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High school notebook: Millwood's Cecilia Robinson-Woods named next OSSAA board president

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Cecilia Robinson Woods, Millwood Public Schools Superintendent.   [Doug Hoke/The Oklahoman]
Cecilia Robinson Woods, Millwood Public Schools Superintendent. [Doug Hoke/The Oklahoman]

Millwood’s Cecilia Robinson-Woods will have a new title next school year.

The Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association Board of Directors approved a new president and vice president Wednesday for the 2019-20 school year. Robinson-Woods, who is Millwood’s superintendent and current vice president, was voted to be the next president at the monthly meeting.

The vote continues the board’s tradition of promoting the vice president. Guthrie superintendent Mike Simpson was voted as the next vice president.

Robinson-Woods will become the OSSAA Board of Directors first president to be black or female. She will take over for Kingfisher superintendent Jason Sternberger on July 1.

Tuttle’s Luke Serber commits to OSU

Luke Surber didn't wrestle much during the Class 4A Oklahoma high school wrestling championships in February.

He competed in three matches at State Fair Arena, but none lasted longer than 1:38, which was his first match. The junior dominated his competition, going 46-1 en route to winning the 152-pound title.

On Wednesday, Surber announced his commitment to Oklahoma State.

He joins teammate Dustin Plott, who is considered a top-five recruit in the 2020 class, as Tigers pledged to the Cowboys. Both juniors captured state titles in 2019 while helping Tuttle win a dual state trophy and state championship.

Coach Matt Surber, who is Luke's father, said in his 19 years of coaching he has helped plenty of wrestlers make college decisions, but there was something different about assisting his son.

"I love a lot of these kids as my own," Surber said. "When it comes down to trying to help your own son decide, it's a little bit more emotional and tough to do."

Feighny throws second no-no in 15 days

For the second time in 15 days, McGuinness pitcher Michael Feighny was unhittable.

Feighny threw a no-hitter in a 13-0 win over Western Heights on Tuesday in a district doubleheader sweep for the Irish.

He struck out nine and walked just one in five innings of work.

Feighny also threw a no-hitter on March 11 in a 10-0 win over Guymon, striking out five and walking one in six innings.

Bethany’s Adams no-hits Seminole

Call it a banner day of pitching in the Oklahoma City area.

Bethany’s Gray Adams threw Tuesday’s second no-hitter, this time shutting down Seminole in a 10-0 run-rule victory over five innings.

Adams struck out nine and walked two on 79 pitches. He also hit a double.

Diego Ramirez drove in three and Payton Tolle drove in two.

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<strong>Micheal Feighny tossed his second no-hitter in 15 days on Tuesday. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]</strong>

Micheal Feighny tossed his second no-hitter in 15 days on Tuesday. [Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman]

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