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Sulphur grad Trey Kiser (32,) shown above shedding a Heritage Hall defender in the state title game last December, was a strong competitor in the Coaches Association All-Star game last week in the Tulsa area.

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Sulphur grad Payton Row drives to the basket in a game early this year. Row competed at the annual all-state games last week.

Sulphur Well Represented At All-State Games

Two Athletes, Two Coaches Receive Recognition

It was quite the week for anything Sulphur at the annual Oklahoma Coaches Association all-state celebration last week in Tulsa.

The Dogs were represented in a multitude of ways, including on the field, as a coach and at a statewide level.

Trey Kiser was awarded the OCA Athlete of the Year award and participated for the West squad in the football game on Friday night, helping lead to a 58-17 win.

Payton Row played her final game representing Sulphur earlier in the week during the girls basketball game, after a stellar career and leading her team to the state tournament in her senior season.

Sulphur cheer coach Destiny Baker was an all-state cheerleading coach, as she has developed Sulphur into one of the top programs in the southern part of the state.

And finally, Sulphur athletic director Corey Cole is now the president of the OCA and girls basketball coach and assistant high school principal Toby Todd is the new vice president, who will take over for Cole next year.



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