CHS Softball State 4A Champs and Good Luck to the CHS Volleyball Team At
State Next Week
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State Softball Finals
8, 2005 (Page
3 of 3)
Defeats Newcastle 1-0
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Lady Cards Are State Champs
Bolien reached 1st base safely in the 7th but was thrown out trying to steal
new 4A State Champs celebrate on the field after their win Saturday Oct. 8th
in Oklahoma City.
made this defensive out for Collinsville by catching this Newcastle foul
pop up (above) in the 4th inning. Below the Newcastle center fielder is
returning a Rebyl Richardson double from near the fence in the 6th inning.
was the final game for these CHS seniors and they went out in style. L-R: Jessica
Carney, Taylor Whisenhunt, Kelli Dunagan, Hillary Brown, Rebyl Richardson and
final out was a grounder fielded by short stop Taylor Whisenhunt and thrown
to 1st base in the 7th.
(in number order)
game's first Newcastle out was a fly ball to center fielder Lindsay Dawson in
the 1st inning with Kayti Bryant backing her up.
Pelletier went after a high pitch in this 1st inning at bat.
Bryant took a big swing at this pitch in the 4th but didn't connect.
only previous state softball champions were the 1972 Lady Cardinals as
seen in this 72-73 CHS Yearbook photo. They were down 1-8 to Pocola in
the 5th inning of their October 1972 finals game and rallied for a 10-9
victory at Sallee Field. The 1972 Lady Cards had defeated Putnam City
in an earlier game the same day. They were coached by Howard Ray and Ray
Henshall. The names I have are from a different photo so don't match the
order above: Sherri Jackson, Karen Ray, Marsha Clark, Joyce Gannon, Karen
Harris, Pam Porter, Charlotte Mason, Lisa Parrish (pitcher), Peggy Blevins,
Becky Carter, Carol Blom, Hazel Heinrichs and Barbie Hicks.
the 1972 win was before the schools were grouped into classes by student population
so they had to beat out every high school team in the state regardless of size.