Dale product Dillon Streber drove in the winning run Monday night as the East defeated the West 3-2 at the All-State Baseball Game at Bricktown Ballpark.

Streber’s RBI came on a line-drive single to right field in the sixth inning. He was retired on infield grounders in his other two at-bats.


Dale product Dillon Streber drove in the winning run Monday night as the East defeated the West 3-2 at the All-State Baseball Game at Bricktown Ballpark.
Streber’s RBI came on a line-drive single to right field in the sixth inning. He was retired on infield grounders in his other two at-bats.
After hitting .521 with 11 home runs in his senior campaign, Streber inked with Redlands College in El Reno.
The first Shawnee All-State representative came Monday night at the wrestling match. Dusty Topping, a member of the East Squad, fell 9-1 to Tyson Bernardi of Choctaw.
Shawnee’s Chris and Nick Copeland were involved in three matches during Tuesday’s tennis play at Oaktree Country Club.
In their doubles action, the Copelands lost a 9-7 decision to Cameron Johnson of Norman North and Aaron Krauss of Edmond Memorial.
Nick Copeland was victorious over Anadarko’s Nathan LaPointe, 8-2, while Chris Copeland dropped an 8-5 decision to Justin Wise of Heritage Hall.
McLoud’s Laura Gricol was a member of the East swimming squad that absorbed a 63-31 setback to the West Monday night at the Oklahoma City Community College pool. Gricol will swim collegiately for Mount Union in Ohio.
There are no Tri-County representatives in tonight’s girls basketball games at Carl Albert, although Prague’s Jay Depanion is a member of the Small East coaching staff.
The sole Tri-County entrant in the boys basketball games, slated for Thursday night at Carl Albert, is Seminole’s Wes May. May was selected as a member of the Large East squad. That game will tip off at approximately 8:30 p.m.
Three Tri-County footballers will line up for the East squad Friday night at 8 at Mustang High School as All-State week concludes.
Representing Shawnee will be defensive back Tucker Brown and offensive lineman Austin Beard. Joining them on the East squad will be defensive back Martin Lewis of Chandler.
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Shawnee’s 2008 football schedule has seen a few alterations.
The Wolves were slated to conclude their three-game non-district schedule Sept. 19 by hosting Western Heights. That game has been switched to Western Heights.
Shawnee was also scheduled to conclude its regular season Nov. 7 at Capitol Hill. That contest has been moved to Jim Thorpe Stadium.
“Western Heights did not have enough home games and Capitol Hill had one too many,” Shawnee Athletic Director Steve Fluke said. “All three schools worked together to even everyone’s schedule out.”
Shawnee has two scheduled scrimmages: Aug. 22 opposite visiting Tecumseh and Aug. 28 at McAlester.
The Wolves will launch their 2008 campaign Sept. 5 at Chickasha. Nine of Shawnee’s regular-season contests are set for Friday night with the exception being a Thursday night (Oct. 16) district matchup at Ardmore.