Oklahoma High School All-Decade tennis teams announced

Ponca City Now - January 10, 2020 1:39 pm

Ponca City's Daniel Langston hits as he plays Edmond Memorial's Chase Brill during the State Class 6A high school tennis championships at the Tennis Center on Saturday, May 14, 2016 in Oklahoma City, Okla. Photo by Steve Sisney, The Oklahoman

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — A committee of former and current high school tennis coaches,
former players, and tennis professionals, representing a state geographical and chronological balance, have
selected the All Decade Tennis Teams for the 2010 Decade.

Former Ponca City Public Schools State Champion tennis player Daniel Langston was included on the boys’ All-Decade Team. He graduated in 2016.

The committee’s selections represent their opinion of the best players from the decade. Criteria for selection was (1) player must have participated in an OSSAA sanctioned High School State Tournament, (2) year of graduation had to be in the 2010 decade, and (3) evaluation was done on player’s high school play only. Players are listed alphabetically.

Boys All-Decade Team:
Zeke Clark (Riverfield Country Day School)
Blake Crawford (Mount St. Mary)
Jackson Fine (Metro Christian)
David Hager (Edmond North)
Chris Haworth (Putnam City North)
Mitchel Knight (Metro Christian)
Daniel Langston (Ponca City)
Bryan Lilley (Edmond North)
Nate Roper (Edmond North)
Jack Wagner (Mount St. Mary)
Miller Zeiders (Heritage Hall)

Girls All-Decade Team:
Sarah Bowen (Heritage Hall)
Alex Bowers (Duncan)
Jordan Henry (Southmoore)
Jeryn Jack (Bishop Kelley)
Peyton Jennings (Bixby / Cascia Hall)
Mia Lancaster (Bishop McGuinness)
Jessica Le (Harding / Bishop McGuinness)
Whitney Ritchie (Bishop McGuinness)
Madison Westby (Bishop Kelley)
Andie Williams (Jenks)

 

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