Mustang baseball coach Simon resigns after three seasons
Mustang has hired multiple new head coaches this school year, and now it’s looking for a baseball coach.
Keanon Simon resigned earlier this week after a three-year stint that includes one Class 6A state championship.
This season, the Broncos went 18-21 this season. In 2018, they made the state tournament after winning the title in 2017.
Simon said he’s going to focus on his sports fields services company for the time being.
Simon, who played at Oklahoma State, is one of four brothers coaching across the state.
His brother Ead is the coach at Roff, which won the Class B state championship. Dax coaches at Tushka. Kale is the boys basketball coach at El Reno.
Mustang has already hired new head coaches for football, boys basketball and girls basketball this school year.
OCA announces 2019 All-State golf rosters
The Oklahoma Coaches Association announced Wednesday the rosters for the annual All-State golf tournament.
The tournament is set for Monday, July 22, at Cherokee Hills Golf Club in Catoosa. Tee time is 8:30 a.m.
Here are the rosters:
West: Zane Heusel, Edmond Memorial; Cooper Wilguess, Edmond Memorial; Chase Scott, Lawton Eisenhower; Hunter Oden, Piedmont; William McDonald, Heritage Hall; Mason Hadley, Bethnay; Peyton Burns, Kingfisher; Said Powers, Oklahoma Christian School; Cooner Boydston, Big Pasture; Justice Hartman, Turner; Wesley Sachs, Oklahoma Christian School; Ethan Dawson, McGuinness.
East: Kyle Peterson, Bixby; Jack Glenn, Stillwater; Tanner Griffith, Coweta; Davis Woodliff, Tulsa Kelley; Max Roberts, Ada; Allan Kalapura, Holland Hall; Jackson White, Regent Prep; Matthew Osteen, Kingston; Cole Inouye, Rejoice Christian; Evan Stafford, Wewoka; Parker Rose, Stigler; Colby Cox, Hilldale.
West: Grace Griggs, Edmond North; Alyssa Wilson, Yukon; Brooklyn Bostick, Duncan; Jaelynn Unger, Noble; Haylee Poole, Elk City; Abbigale Weatherford, Pauls Valley; Adeline Norton, Plainview; Jade McCurdy, Purcell; Megan Brown, Cordell; Alexa Benedict, Burns Flat-Dill City; Hannah Torres, Piedmont; Hallie Schultz, Plainview.
East: Emma Shelley, Bartlesville; Sydney Hermann, Ponca City; Blayne Barker, Durant; Callie Jackson, Coweta; Kenzie Kirkhart, Hilldale; Kirsten Matlock, Muldrow; Taylor Towers, Rejoice Christian; Emily Potter, Henryetta; Autumn Conneywerdy, Frontier; Natalea Harcrow, Tishomingo; Meg Medders, Jenks; Madison Foster, Owasso.
OCA announces 2019 All-State tennis rosters
The Oklahoma Coaches Association announced the rosters for the All-State tennis teams on Wednesday.
Coaches are going to be announced at a later date. Matches will be played at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 23 at the Michael D. Case Tennis Center at the University of Tulsa.
Check out the rosters here:
West: Chris Dyer, Edmond Memorial; James Fritts, McGuinness; Caleb Fuller, Edmond Memorial; Matthew Ivester, Deer Creek; Will Kaiser, Heritage Hall; Brogan McLaughlin, Edmond North; Collin Smith, Mustang; Jeff Stockel, Edmond North; Eli Thomas, Christian Heritage; Matthew Tice, Pauls Valley
East: Mason Allen, Grove; Jack Atherton, Holland Hall; Aaron Brewer, Riverfield; Dominic Roman, Tulsa Kelley; Carson Thoma, Broken Arrow; Zachary Vaughn, Tulsa Kelley; Eric Bryan Wall, Owasso; Gabriel Willbourn, Jenks; Colten Wion, Henryetta; Kenny Wright, Grove
West: Olivia Curtis, Christian Heritage; Abigail Davis, Carl Albert; Shelby Dye, Edmond Santa Fe; Chloe Golightly, Edmond North; Jenna Noel, Westmoore; Sarah Reilly, Oklahoma Bible Academy; Phoebe Shapard, Heritage Hall; Savannah Skiles, Clinton; Ryan Thompson, Heritage Hall; Courtney Wilkinson, Edmond Santa Fe
East: Cortney Blackburn, Byng; Melosdy Holcomb, Bixby; Emily Sloane Johnston, Jenks; Kayci Merrick, Tulsa Union; Reagan Miley, Tulsa Kelley; Lindsay Perkins, Cascia Hall; Kalley Smith, Bixby; Natalie Stitt, Regent Prep; Hallie Sutton, Metro Christian; Andie Williams, Jenks
Oklahoma Officials Association announces 2019 Hall of Fame class
The Oklahoma Officials Association will induct five new members into its Hall of Fame this summer, including one long-time official from Oklahoma City.
OKC’s Eddie Moore will join Owasso’s Hal Deitz, Claremore’s Bill Harper, Calera’s Clyde Smith and Stroud’s Delmer Summers in a ceremony at 10:45 a.m. July 20 at Southmoore High School.
Moore was a 43-year official of football and 35-year official of basketball. He also served as an assignor and observer of officials.
Deitz is a 50-year veteran who is the founding father of the Greater Tulsa Officials Association.
Harper officiated football, basketball and baseball for more than 37 years and also spent many terms as the president of the Bartlesville Officials Association.
Smith officiated football and basketball for 27 years while also being an educator for more than 40 years.
Summers officiated for 58 years, including 48 in baseball, fastpitch softball for 30 years and slowpitch softball for 25 years.