With a few weeks of the fall sports season in the books, we've had a ton of great individual performances. Even from a team standpoint there have been some elite showings.

Over the weekend Shawnee softball put on a hitting clinic. As a team, the Lady Wolves softball team had 51 hits with five homer runs, while outscoring their opponents 39 to five, to win the El Reno Invitational.

There have been some remarkable individual performances as well.

Tre'Juan Shaw – Shawnee Wolves Football

During Shawnee's final tuneup of the preseason, Shaw made plays on both sides of the football. He scored from 60-plus late in Friday's scrimmage and had several big hits on defense. No official score was kept but Shaw appeared to be in regular season form.

Ashley Kasterke – Shawnee Lady Wolves Volleyball

Kasterke was one of many Lady Wolves who came to play last Friday vs. Owasso. She filled up the stat sheet with 17 kills, 10 digs and three aces. The Lady Wolves beat Owasso in five sets and improved their record to 3-1 on the season.

Tatum Sparks – Shawnee Wolves Softball

Sparks hit a solo homer in Shawnee's 3-0 win over Lawton MacArthur Saturday morning. In the championship game of the El Reno Tournament, Sparks went 3 for 3 with three RBIs. She also had one double and two singles in the 11-1 win over Comanche.

Karson Hunt and Cooper Hunt – Dale Pirates Baseball

The Hunt brothers went yard on back-to-back at bats in Dale's 10-0 shutout of Okarche last Thursday. This was the first homer for both brothers on the season. The Pirates are currently 5-1 and as of Monday morning, Cooper is batting .381 so for this season, while Karson has yet to find his rhythm with a .167 average.

Haylee Cobbs – Tecumseh Lady Savages Softball

Cobbs was on fire at the plate collecting a team high four RBIs in Tecumseh's 13-0 shutout of Colbert Thursday. She also scored a run and had a double.

Madison Hedge – Meeker Lady Bulldogs Softball

Hedge was a home run away from the cycle in Meeker's 11-3 victory over Okemah last Friday. For the game, she was 3 for three and scored three runs. She added three stolen bases in the win.