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Heritage Hall wins No. 1 doubles crown

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Edmond Santa Fe's Claire Meursing returns a shot during the Class 6A No. 1 singles semifinals on Tuesday at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center. [Alonzo J. Adams/for The Oklahoman]
Edmond Santa Fe's Claire Meursing returns a shot during the Class 6A No. 1 singles semifinals on Tuesday at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center. [Alonzo J. Adams/for The Oklahoman]

Heritage Hall pair wins No. 1 doubles crown

Ryan Thompson and Annabelle Treadwell of Heritage Hall won the Class 5A No. 1 doubles title Tuesday at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center.

It was the second straight championship for Treadwell, who won the No. 2 singles crown last season when the Chargers won the state title.

Thompson and Treadwell defeated Cascia Hall's Lucie Tuttle and Erika Van Doren, 6-4, 6-4, in the title match.

Bishop Kelley captures 5A championship

Heritage Hall's victory at No. 1 doubles prevented a complete sweep for 5A team champion Tulsa Bishop Kelley.

Sisters Reagan and Kate Miley won No. 1 and No. 2 singles title for the Comets, while Bishop Kelley's No. 2 doubles pair of Aubrey Bailey and Bailey Wollmershauser also nabbed a state championship.

It was Bishop Kelley's first championship in 5A after winning three straight in 4A from 2006-2008. Cascia Hall placed second, and Heritage Hall was third in the team standings.

Bixby, Metro Christian grab state titles

The Tulsa area schools dominated this year's girls' state tennis tournament.

Metro Christian won the Class 4A team title as both singles players, Lauren Michalcik and Grace Deininger, earned state championships. Bixby captured the 6A crown by one point over Jenks.

Bixby's Maggie Holcomb won the No. 2 singles state crown while Savannah Lee and Becca Powers captured the No. 2 doubles title. It was Bixby's second straight 6A team championship.

Academic champs

Bartlesville, Stillwater and Yukon shared the 6A academic title. Northwest Classen and Duncan tied for the academic championship in 5A. Elk City won in 4A.

Ed Godfrey, Staff writer

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