Port City Classic Championship Net Rockets
After an 8-1 pool record, the Mount St. Mary volleyball team claimed a 2-0 victory over Class 4A No. 1 Regent Prep to win the Port City Classic Championship last weekend in Catoosa.
The 5A No. 2 Rockets (20-2) also swept 4A No. 4 Verdigris in the semifinals.
Ally Frees was named the tournament’s MVP, while Maria Roquemore and Hadley Moses made the tournament’s all-star team.
Mount St. Mary’s only loss in the pool was against Regent Prep.
This Tuesday, the Rockets visit Christian Heritage and host Fridayland Heritage Hall rival. Both matches start at 6 p.m.
The woods take 2nd place at the Harkness tournament
With no set decided by more than four points, Deer Creek suffered a 3-2 loss to No.2 6A Edmond Santa Fe to finish second at the Heather Harkness Invitational last weekend.
The 6A No. 6 Antlers (15-3) won the second and third sets before losing 17-15 in the deciding fifth set. They also had victories over McGuinness, Edmond Memorial, Sand Springs and OKC Storm.
Meanwhile, McGuinness claimed three wins over Edmond North, Moore and Edmond Memorial at the Harkness Invitational.
Panthers sweep northwest of Classen: PC North won a 3-0 victory over Northwest Classenl last week. The Panthers (5-8) visit Putnam City this Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Chargers last longer than OCS: Heritage Hall had a mixed result in last week’s action, passing the OCS for a 3-2 victory after falling 3-0 at North Rock Creek. The 4A No. 11 Chargers (9-7) visit Mount St. Mary this Thursday at 6 p.m.
Christian living high bear: John Marshall claimed victory over Life Christian last weekend in the US Grant tournament. The Bears (11-5) host Millwood this Tuesday at 5 p.m.
The knights fall in Bethany: Crossings Christian suffered a pair of 3-1 road losses at 4A No. 7 Bethany and 4A No. 12 OCS last week. 3A No. 14 Knights (4-9) welcomes Christian Heritage this Thursday at 6 p.m.
Eagles fight at Bethany tournament: Harding Charter Prep suffered losses to host Bethany and Southwest Covenant last weekend at the Bethany tournament. The Eagles (3-9) visit Casady on Tuesday and host Harding Fine Arts on Thursday.