will participate in the upcoming Oklahoma Native All-State Games.
The ONASA Games will begin with the fastpitch softball game June 8 at 6 p.m. at the Muscogee Nation softball fields in Okmulgee.
The girls and boys basketball games will take place June 10 at the Mvskoke Dome in Okmulgee at 1 and 2:30 p.m., respectively, while the baseball game will be held at the Preston high school baseball field at the Jim Waller Sports Complex in Preston June 10 at 6 p.m.
The three PHS athletes that have been selected for the All-State Games are Jadyn Roberts, Keyton Smith, and Cooper Ausbrooks.
Roberts and Smith will participate in the All-State Basketball Games, while Ausbrooks will compete in the All-State Baseball Game.
The three Native All-State selections closed out their high school careers by leading their respective teams to the state tournament in 2023. Roberts led the Lady Pirate basketball and slowpitch softball teams to their first state tournament appearances since 2017 and 2019, respectively, while Smith guided the Pirates to the Class 2A state semifinals and Ausbrooks helped the Pirate spring baseball team reach the state tournament for the first time since 2016.
The complete rosters for the All-State fastpitch softball, girls basketball, boys basketball, and baseball teams can be found below.
— Oklahoma Native All-State Games
Fastpitch Softball (June 8) Emily Robinson (Caddo) Emma Wilson (Lone Grove) Erica Schertz (Fairland) Bella Butler (Choctaw) Mikah Vann (Tahlequah) Jaysia Tieyah (Apache) Kameryn Komardley (Apache) Madi Edwards (Whitesboro) Carey Folsum (Tahlequah Seq.) Jamie Molina (Frontier) Morgan Wright (Kansas) Maycee Butcher (Red Oak) Ramsey Webb (Healdton) Rylee Wyatt (Elk City) Jayley Ray (Tahlequah) Bella Cabral (Choctaw) Abby Huie (Howe) Kayden Bean (Valliant) Kinzie Williams (Bristow) Cady Baack (North Rock Creek) Cheyenne Wood (Tishomingo) Kaylee Cannon (Red Oak) Kinley Brand (Heavener) Amera Garner (Sulphur) Ellie Loveless (Washington) Baylee King (Commerce) Charley Hampton (Silo) Laren Traylor (Tushka) — Girls Basketball (June 10) Landry Allen (Tuttle) Nessa Begay (Norman) Chloe Cantrell (Anadarko) Jacey Crawford (Stillwater) Katie Sue Edelen (Arapaho-Butler) Cheyenne Gunns (Paden) Stailee Heard (Sapulpa) Shayna Hendrix (Kiefer) Abby Huie (Howe) Mahle Jim (Riverside) Holli Ladd (Seminole) Jaelen Maples (Jones) Jamie Molina (Frontier) Alexis Parker (Riverside) Kamryn Perry (Lindsay) Olivia Quapaw (Kingston) Alina Rangel (Sasawka) Jadyn Roberts (Preston) Emily Robinson (Caddo) Brooklynn Ryan (Latta) Saylee Smith (Keota) Chloe Smith (Keota) Jakayla Swanson (Muskogee) Zoe Tucker (Jones) Bailey Wiggins (Locust Grove) Mindy Wildcat (Varnum) — Boys Basketball (June 10)
Nakni Anna (Calera) Jordyn Brown (Ardmore) Brayden Cannon (Vanoss) Rayden Churchill (Anadarko) Cale Clay (Rattan) Jordan Coody (North Rock Creek) Eli Eaves (Atoka) Paul Glassock (Vinita) Percy Green (Del City) Michael Haag (Calumet) Buddy Hammer (Westville) Preston Holmes (Oktaha) Jace Hunter (Buffalo Valley) Kristian Komardley (Apache) Luke Norwood (McLoud) Blestin Miller (Prague) Carter Perry (Vanoss) Codey Petree (Stilwell) Seth Pratt (Tulsa Memorial) James Reveles, Jr. (El Reno) Evan Romannose (El Reno) Hayden Smith (Tahlequah) Keyton Smith (Preston) Deuce Walden (Arkoma) Jaken Weedn (Glencoe) Keiler Young (Broken Bow) — Baseball (June 10)
Kamden Edge (Boswell) Jace Hunter (Buffalo Valley) Nakni Anna (Calera) Clayton Francis (Calera) Zackery Bridges (Claremore) Derek Scuggins (Claremore) Royce Florenzano (Crowder) Brody Berlowitz (Cushing) J.B. Leaver (Dale) Luke Adcokc (Eufaula) Brody DeVaughn (Fort Cobb-Broxton) Landy Nail (Fort Gibson) Cooper Hamilton (Keys) Trent Ashford (Kiefer) Twine Palmer (Kiowa) Jackson Presley (Latta) Ethan Gillespie (McAlester) Tyler Allen (Oktaha) Hunter Dearman (Oktaha) Cooper Ausbrooks (Preston) Seth Springfield (Rattan) Cale Clay (Rattan) Brand Wilson (Roff) Bill McCarter (Roff) Daniel Schlehuber (Sand Springs) Angel Gutierrez (Stonewall) Cody Airington (Tupelo) Diego Ramos (Vian) Wyatt Hamilton (Warner) Sutton Moore (Washington)