Softballs and Baseballs

Several Choctaws make State appearances.

Choctaws make Softball and Baseball State Tournament appearances

July 2, 2024

In May, teams from across the state of Oklahoma gathered in Oklahoma City to compete in the OSSAA Slow Pitch Softball and Spring Baseball State Tournaments.

Within the Choctaw Nation, Broken Bow, Idabel, Silo, Pocola, Caddo, Rattan, Tushka, Rock Creek, Stuart, Kiowa, Red Oak, Caney, Whitesboro and Tupelo all made it to the Softball State Tournament and Silo, Panama, Wister, Rattan, Wright City, Tushka, Kiowa, Stuart and Tupelo all made it to the Baseball State Tournament.

Congratulations to the amazing athletes in our community who have recently won state and national titles in spring sports. We are incredibly proud of your achievements and the way you represent our community!

Several Choctaws were among those whose teams took home the championship title. Some of those teams were repeat winners, while some made history as the first team from their towns to bring home the win. Below is the list of winners:

Slow Pitch Champions

Class B: Caney Lady Cougars
Class A: Turner Lady Falcons
Class 2A: Cyril Lady Pirates
Class 3A: Caddo Lady Bruins
Class 4A: Silo Rebels
Class 5A: Tecumseh Lady Savages
Class 6A: Mustang Lady Broncos

Baseball Champions

Class B: Fort Cobb-Broxton Mustangs
Class A: Amber-Pocasset Panthers
Class 2A: Oktaha Tigers
Class 3A: Washington Warriors
Class 4A: Marlow Outlaws
Class 5A: Carl Albert Titans
Class 6A: Westmoore Jaguars

Alana Kendrick

Congratulations to Alana Kendrick for helping the Caney Lady Cougars win the Class B Slow Pitch State Championship.
She has also been nominated to play for the All-State Slow Pitch team on June 15.

Jessyn Hartman

The Turner Lady Falcons won Oklahoma Class A Slow Pitch Softball State Tournament against Binger-Oney 12-2.

Choctaw tribal member Jessyn Hartman was on the Turner Lady Falcons’ roster for the 2024 season.
Jessyn is the daughter of Kelly and Jeanna Hartman.

Kaylee Taylor

The Turner Lady Falcons won the Oklahoma Class A Slow Pitch Softball State Tournament against Binger-Oney 12-2.

Kaylee Taylor, center fielder, has made three appearances at State in slow pitch and won in 2022 and 2024. In fast pitch, she made three appearances and was runner-up in 2022. Kaylee will be a senior this year.

She is a member of the Choctaw Nation. Kaylee is the daughter of Blake and Pam Taylor of Burneyville, Oklahoma, and the granddaughter of Dennis and Robin Holland of Burneyville, as well as Mark Taylor and Lisa Roberts of Eustace, Texas.