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High school notebook: Bethany girls win twice on penalty kicks in two days and new dual wrestling districts set by OSSAA

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Tuttle's Dustin Plott, left, wrestles Wagoner's Tyler Garcia in the Class 4A 170-pound match of the Dual State Wrestling Tournament at Firelake Arena in Shawnee on Feb. 9. New dual wrestling districts were set Wednesday by the OSSAA. [Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman]
Tuttle's Dustin Plott, left, wrestles Wagoner's Tyler Garcia in the Class 4A 170-pound match of the Dual State Wrestling Tournament at Firelake Arena in Shawnee on Feb. 9. New dual wrestling districts were set Wednesday by the OSSAA. [Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman]

The Bethany girls soccer team has some deserved time off before the Class 4A playoffs start.

It was a whirlwind 48 hours for coach Ryan Brock and the Broncos. After more than two hours of driving, they captured a 1-0 victory in penalty kicks after a double overtime period on Monday at Newkirk. On Tuesday, Bethany was back at it in another double overtime game, this one a 5-4 victory in PKs against Oklahoma Christian School.

“Exciting is an understatement,” Brock said. “It has been quite a roller coaster.”

Brock said goalkeeper Haley Holroyd was a big reason in helping Bethany come out victorious in both games. She stopped six of the 10 penalty kicks she faced in both games combined.

Holroyd did so with a torn left anterior cruciate ligament, the second time she has torn it. Brock said Holroyd is waiting until after the season to get surgery but applauds her for her tenacity as the season winds down.

“She has been a brick wall back there for us,” Brock said.

OSSAA board approves new dual state wrestling districts

The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association board of directors approved the new dual state wrestling districts for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 seasons on Wednesday.

Oklahoma Christian School and Oklahoma Christian Academy were two additions to Class 3A in the district realignment.

The new districts are:

Class 6A

District 1: Choctaw, Edmond Santa Fe, Putnam West, Westmoore; District 2: Mustang, Midwest City, Putnam North, Southmoore; District 3: Edmond North, Lawton, Moore, Norman North; District 4: Deer Creek, Del City, Edmond Memorial, Yukon; District 5: Broken Arrow, Norman, Putnam City, U.S. Grant; District 6: Sand Springs, Muskogee, Ponca City, Sapulpa; District 7: Jenks, Enid, Shawnee, Tulsa Union; District 8: Bartlesville, Owasso, Bixby, Stillwater

Class 5A

District 1: Duncan, Capitol Hill, Lawton Eisenhower, Western Heights; District 2: Piedmont, Noble, Northwest Classen, Woodward; District 3: Altus, McGuinness, Guthrie, Santa Fe South; District 4: Lawton MacArthur, Ardmore, Carl Albert, El Reno; District 5: Collinsville, Tulsa Kelley, Tulsa Edison, Tulsa Hale; District 6: Coweta, Claremore, Grove, Pryor; District 7: Skiatook, Tulsa East Central, McAlester, Tulsa Rogers; District 8: Durant, Ada, Glenpool, Tahlequah

Class 4A

District 1: Cache, Clinton, Elk City, Weatherford; District 2: Tuttle, Anadarko, Kingfisher, Southeast; District 3: Elgin, Chickasha, Madill, Pauls Valley; District 4: Blanchard, Harrah, Newcastle, Tecumseh; District 5: Mannford, Bristow, Tulsa Webster, McLoud; District 6: Cushing, Berryhill, Cleveland, Tulsa McLain; District 7: Wagoner, Miami, Oologah-Talala, Stilwell; District 8: Catoosa, Fort Gibson, Poteau, Sallisaw

Class 3A

District 1: Bridge Creek, Cashion, Geary, Hinton, Mangum, Watonga; District 2: Marlow, Bethel, Cordell, Crossings Christian, Heritage Hall, Little Axe; District 3: Perry, Douglass, Perkins-Tryon, Oklahoma Christian Academy, Oklahoma Christian School, Millwood; District 4: Blackwell, Chandler, Davenport, Morrison, Pawnee, Prague, Tonkawa; District 5: Comanche, Davis, Lexington, Hobart, Plainview, Sulphur, Wilburton; District 6: Newkirk, Barnsdall, Holland Hall, Inola, Metro Christian, Pawhuska, Sperry; District 7: Cascia Hall, Henryetta, Hulbert, Jay, Morris, Okmulgee, Salina; District 8: Vinita, Checotah, Locust Grove, Oklahoma School of the Blind, Sequoyah Tahlequah, Vian, Warner

Cameron Jourdan

Cameron Jourdan joined The Oklahoman in March 2019 to cover high school sports. He graduated from Oklahoma State University in May 2018. He had an internships with The Oklahoman and Stillwater News Press. During his time at OSU, Cameron served in... Read more ›

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