The Moore American

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March 20, 2013

Fuller, Gigger make all conference

MOORE — The Mid-State Conference announced its all conference selections last week and it featured several area players.

Westmoore’s Tripp Fuller and Moore’s Dorian Gigger earned first team nods. They joined Daryck Jones, Cornell Neal, Jordan Woodward and Shaq Morris, who is the conference player of the year. Both Fuller and Gigger are juniors.

The Jaguars Trey Ayala made the second team and Dillion Thompson made the third team. The lions Maurice Davenport also found a spot on the All-Mid-State third team.

Soccer

The Moore girls picked up a 2-1 (4-2 PK) win over Stillwater Friday at SHS. The win moved the Lions to 2-2 on the season as they head into spring break.

MaKailee Davis scored the Lions only goal in regulation and both overtime sessions. It came off an assist from Vanessa McGee.

In the penalty kick phases, goalie Kenady Maynard came up with three clutch saves while Mikah Stroh, Vanessa McGee, Kay Woodring and Cindy Ramos all scored to give MHS the victory.

Moore had lost back to back games to Norman and Southmoore before traveling to Stillwater.

Sooners fall to Tide

Chirapat Jao-Javenil fired her third consecutive round under par Sunday, leading a Sooner charge in the final round at the SunTrust Gator Invitational. Alabama, however, was just as good on a day it opened three strokes in front of OU on the 6,074-yard, par 70 Mark Bostick Golf Course.

Former Westmoore standout Jade Staggs Jade Staggs placed 35th with a (78-77-70) 225 total.

Jao-Javenil won the individual portion of the event, finishing in 4-under par.

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