The Norman Transcript


November 25, 2013

Local athletes get conference football honors

NORMAN — While the high school football season rolls on with Westmoore, the lone remaining Transcript area team in the OSSAA playoffs, set to meet defending state champion Jenks at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Yukon in one of two Class 6A semifinals, postseason honors are also rolling in.

Already out are honors for the Mid-State Conference, in which Norman High, Norman North, Moore, Westmoore and Southmoore all compete, as well as District 6A-3, which includes Norman North and Moore and District 6A-4, which includes Norman High and Southmoore.

In 6A-3, North coach Wade Standley has been named coach of the year; North receiver Nick Basquine, along with Midwest City running back KeSean Brown, has been named co-offensive player of the year, North’s Payton Prince was named tight end of the year; North’s Jake Edzards has been named kicker of the year; Moore’s Jordan Bernhardy has been named quarterback of the year and Moore’s Ryan Lujan, along with Lawton Ike’s Jarvis Jackson, has been name co-running back of the year.

In 6A-4, NHS kicker Matt Hockett has been named special teams player of the year, NHS defensive end Cade Parker has been named defensive player of the year; Southmoore’s Houston Tyler has been named offensive lineman of the year and Southmoore’s Pierce Spead has been named running back of the year.

Where the Mid-State Conference is concerned, Norman North claims seven honorees: Basquine, Edzards, Prince, Trey Wormington (DL), Tyler Sipe (WR/TE/LB), Carter Klein (S) and David Cornwell (QB); and Norman High claims six: Parker, Jakcob Dean (QB), Jake Stinson (OL), Cole Ridgway (OL), Dupree Young (RB), Cale Stumpff (LB).

Clay Horning

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