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dynamo Kelsey Arnold and they should be looking good to compete for their fourth straight conference title. F-Paris Townsend (5-10, Sr.) F-Jules Townsend (5-10, Sr.) G-Sophie Jefferson (5-8, Sr.) G-Kelsey Arnold (5-2, So.) G-Natalie Cronk (So.) G-Aubrey Downing (Jr.) G-Ann Savage (Fr.) G-Savannah Montgomery (Jr.) F-Emily Barton (So.) F-Langley Dunn (Fr.)


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Press Pass: The Jaquars have built a wonderful reputation of basketball ove rthe last seven years. With returniners, the team will take the lead of former TU basketball star Chris Wallace and continue to develop and be a force in 2012.


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Press Pass: The Lady Jags have a strong returning cast that


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won 20 games last year, looking to win 25 or more this year and make a run at the Home


F-Greg Moses (6-3, Jr.) C-Matt Haymes (6-3, Jr.) PG-Cobi Piper (6-2, Jr.)


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WRIGHT CHRISTIAN WILDCATS


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NOAH JAGUARS Boys


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After a transfer ruling that went against Kendall Davis, the Sapulpa native found success with the NOAH Jaguars in 2011. Davis attained All-VYPE Status after a stellar year and has now signed to play with NEO. "It was a blessing and I am anxious to get on with college and contribute to the NEO program," said Davis. Daivs, a talented receiver, transferred from Sapulpa


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to Union last summer and the OSSAA ruled he would be ineligible for 2011. NOAH offered Davis the opportunity to play and compete because the Jaguars are not yet part of the OSSAA. A wonderful success story for Davis and the NOAH program.


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10-11 Record: 19-7


Press Pass: Wright Christian has a ton of juniors returning to this year’s squad. “We are going to make a solid run at the state championship (OCSAA) and work to win our Tri-State Christian School Tournament,” said coach Gwartney. A 25-win season is not out of the question.


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won 20 games last year, looking to win 25 or more this year and make a run at the Home School National Championship. They will be looking at Ranisha Johnson, Jerusha Blankenship and Hannah Branch to lead the way from last year’s squad along with eight newcomers. They are an athletic team that will be very good defensively. SF/PG-Jerusha Blankenship (5-8) PG/SG-Hannah Brach (5-5) C/PF- Lauren Dunlap (6-1) SG/SF-Josie Halsmer (5-9) G-Sierra Hernandez SG-Moody Mackenzie (5-8) PG/SG Kendall Reynolds (5-6) SG/SF-Turner Madison (5-9) PF/C-Winn Rachel (6-1) C-Ranisha Johnson (6-1)


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F-Greg Moses (6-3, Jr.) C-Matt Haymes (6-3, Jr.) PG-Cobi Piper (6-2, Jr.) G/F-Theo Anderson (6-1, Jr.) G-Nixon Brooks (6-1, Jr.) C-Justin Riner (6-2, Sr.) G-John Holliday (5-10, Jr.) G-Logan Bowline (5-9, So.) PG-Vincent Watts (5-9, Fr.) G-Joshua Holliday (5-8, Fr.)


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Heather Ward (3rd 10-11 Record: 26-6


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Press Pass: Seven seniors graduated off the 26-win team from a year ago and coach Ward may be facing a rebuilding year. “We are excited to see who steps up into the leadership position. Looking forward to


seeing Megan Reed and Staci Grauette play together since they have been playing together since elementary school. It will be a dynamic duo to watch,” said coach Ward. F-Staci Grauette (5-4, Jr.) PG-Katie Keller (5-6, Jr.) G-Megan Reed (5-6, Sr.) P-Aubrey Scott (5-8, Sr.) G-Savannah Snyder (5-2, Fr.) G-Kirstien Lindley (5-3, So.) G-Elizabeth Brians (5-5, So.) F-Karrah Hagan (5-10, Jr.) G-Symphoney Peterson (5-4, Fr.)


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