Phoenix staff, wire reports
Oktaha golfer qualifies second
Oktaha grad Kailey Campbell followed up an opening-round 75 with a 68 on Tuesday and stands second after the stroke play portion of the Oklahoma Junior Golf Association championship at Kickingbird Golf Club.
Campbell’s 2-under par 68 was the best round of stroke play, moving her from fourth to second, one stroke behind Marla Souvannasing (72-70–142), the 2013 Class 6A runner-up. Campbell, who was third in Class 2A after winning the 2011 state championship, is the second seed will begin match play against 15th-seeded Nicole Nguyen of Edmond.
Casey Paul of Owasso shot 69 and 66 to win the stroke play by two shots over Weatherford’s Quade Cummins. No local boys competed.
Wright City wins appeal
Wright City won its appeal and is back in the Class A state baseball tournament after a board hearing with the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association on Tuesday
The board of directors voted 7-6 to issue a warning to the school and recommend a lengthy suspension for coach Kyle Butler, who will miss the remainder of this season and first semester next year, which includes the fall season.
Wright City was forced to forfeit its state tournament quarterfinal on April 30 after it was determined it had exceeded the 22-game limit by two, but the school received an injunction in McCurtain County on May 1.
The first day of the tournament was postponed due to rain, and the first three games were played the next day as the McCurtain County court upheld the injunction following a hearing, postponing the tournament and forcing the OSSAA to appeal to the Oklahoma Supreme Court.
Wright City and Sterling will play their quarterfinal game at 6 p.m. Thursday in Byng. The semifinals and championship will be played Saturday at a site to be determined today.
NSU men earn All-Region
Northeastern State senior Kyle Fouts and junior Zach Tucker were named to the Division II PING All-Central Region team announced Tuesday by the Golf Coaches Association of America.
Fouts was the low finisher for the RiverHawks in four tournaments this past year with four top 10 finishes. Tucker led the RiverHawks at five events, and he recorded three top-10s.