Four Pott County baseballers have been selected to the Oklahoma Coaches 2009 All-State baseball team.

Two McLoud standouts, pitcher Wayland Moore and outfielder Cody Ferrell, will play for the Large East team against the Large West squad Monday, July 27, in Tulsa.


Four Pott County baseballers have been selected to the Oklahoma Coaches 2009 All-State baseball team.
Two McLoud standouts, pitcher Wayland Moore and outfielder Cody Ferrell, will play for the Large East team against the Large West squad Monday, July 27, in Tulsa.
The Small School game is slated for 4:30 with the Large School contest scheduled for 7. Both games will be played at J.L. Johnson Stadium on the campus of Oral Roberts University.
McLoud head coach Travis Owen will pilot the Large East squad.
The Redskins were ranked among the top-10 squads in Class 4A during the regular season but came up one win short of advancing to the state tournament when they were ousted in the regional finals by Cushing.
Cushing pitcher Phillip Wilson will join Moore and Ferrell on the Large East squad.
Two members of Dale’s Class 2A state runner-up squad, Trace Dilliner and Ty Flewallen, will play for the Small East team.
Dale, coached by Jerry Sanford, lost to top-ranked Silo, 3-0, in the state championship contest.
Other coaches for the All-State contests are Craig Troxell, Midwest City, Large West; Bill Claborn, Wright City, Small East, and Scott Brewer, Wayne, Small West.
For a complete look at the All-State baseball list, see the Scoreboard.