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Oklahoma's best high school baseball players: Meet the state's top outfielders

Some of the top outfielders in Oklahoma high school baseball

By Buck Ringgold 

Even with the recently completed high school baseball season, SBLive continues to look at the best players in Oklahoma.

In this final segment, we feature the top outfielders across all classifications.

This is not meant to be a comprehensive list, as there are numerous great outfielders statewide. Let us know about any outfielders you think should be added.

Owen Tracy | Edmond Memorial | SR

Tracy batted .443 with 10 home runs for a Bulldog squad that qualified for the 6A state tournament. He also drove in 55 runs.

Aiden Alexander | Yukon | SR

Alexander, who plans to play next season at Northern Oklahoma College-Enid, turned in a batting average of .390 for the Millers. He also hit three home runs and drove in 24 runs.

Andersen Dotolo | Bishop Kelley | SR

Dotolo will play next season at Harris-Stowe State in St. Louis, Mo. He helped get the Comets into the 5A state tournament by going 3-for-3 with a pair of doubles and a run scored as Bishop Kelley defeated Claremore, 15-1, in its regional title matchup on May 7. In late March, Dotolo had two hits apiece and a combined three RBIs in wins against Glenpool and Cascia Hall.

Pryce Bender | Edmond North | SO

Bender is one of the top underclassmen to watch. As a sophomore, he batted .419 and drove in 49 runs. Bender homered six times as well.

Bryson Brooksher | Duncan | JR

Brooksher was a key cog in the Demons’ run to their first state title in program history when they captured the Class 5A crown in May. He had an on-base average of .509 and scored 55 runs while driving in 28 more. Brooksher also hit four home runs.

Cole Riggs | Piedmont | SR

Riggs played a big role in the Wildcats making it all the way to the Class 5A title game. He hit .465 and drove in 24 runs.

Kendyn Fredieu | Holland Hall | SR

Fredieu is a Central Oklahoma signee and was part of the Dutch squad which claimed the 3A state title his junior season. He brought speed on the base paths and at the plate, displaying a 6.76 time in the 60-yard dash, an average bat speed of 66.3 and an exit velocity of 89.

Austin Lemon | Heritage Hall | JR

Lemon is more than determined to help Heritage Hall get back to the state tournament and advance farther after the Chargers fell in the 3A quarterfinals. The Oklahoma State commit batted .584 and drove in 39 runs. Lemon also connected on six home runs.

Drew Taylor | Crossings Christian | SR

One of the top hitters in his particular classification, Taylor ended up hitting .516 as a senior. He also homered two times and registered 28 RBIs.

Ty Chaddrick | Tuttle | SR

Chaddrick turned in a strong season for a Tigers squad that made it to the Class 4A championship game. He batted .410 and homered five times while driving in 37 runs.

Luke Stout | Midwest City Carl Albert | SR

Though the Titans didn’t have their usual lofty finish, Stout was one of the team’s bright spots as he batted .415. He also homered four times and drove in 31 runs.

Nate Willis | Purcell | SR

Willis finished his senior season with a .485 average. He drove in 20 runs and also clubbed a pair of homers.

Brae Alonzo | Norman North | SR

Alonzo hit .333 and scored 14 times for the Timberwolves.

Drew McCutchen | Bethany | SR

For the Bronchos, McCutchen turned in a .424 average. He also connected on four home runs and drove in 44 runs.

Kaiden Ashton | Sapulpa | SR

Ashton will play next season at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M. He was selected as the Most Valuable Player in the recent Oklahoma Baseball Coaches Association’s Large School All-Star game in Enid. As a senior, Ashton helped the Chieftains reach the Class 5A semifinals; going 4-for-4 with five RBIs in Sapulpa’s 12-7 win against Noble in the quarterfinal round.

Solo Skalnik | Owasso | SR

Skalnik was one of the top bats for a Rams squad that claimed the Class 6A state title. He turned in a slugging percentage of .747 along with seven home runs and 36 RBIs. In his final home at-bat, Skalnik slugged a three-run blast in the Rams’ decisive 15-2 win against Stillwater for the regional title. He has committed to play next season at Eastern Oklahoma State College.

Ty Pennington | Sand Springs | SR

Pennington will play football at the next level, as the Sandites’ former quarterback signed with Pittsburg State in Kansas. But he was also an impact player on the diamond for a Sand Springs team that won 31 ballgames. He hit .398 with a .526 on-base average and a .644 slugging percentage. Pennington tallied 44 runs as well.

Jaxon Holland | Midwest City Carl Albert | SR

Holland, a Cameron University commit, finished his senior season batting .411 with an on-base average of .522 and a .579 slugging percentage. He had 44 hits, 39 runs scored and stole 42 bases, which set a single-season school record.

Cadyn Karl | Jones | SR

Karl signed with Kansas State, finishing a sterling career as a Longhorn. He helped Jones to the district championship, advancing to the Class 3A regionals. Karl was selected to play in both the Oklahoma City Area Coaches All-Star game and the Oklahoma Baseball Coaches Association All-Star game.

Brady Brister | Kingston | SR

Brister helped etch his name into Kingston lore with his walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh in May’s Class 3A semifinals, sending the Redskins into the championship game. He was selected All-State in both baseball and basketball.

Brett McComas | Edmond Deer Creek | SR

McComas signed to play next season at Cowley College in Kansas. As a senior for the Antlers, McComas batted .449 with 57 hits and 47 RBIs. During a stretch of games in early April, he went 9-for-20 with a home run and nine RBIs. In a 9-1 win against Jenks in March, McComas was 2-for-2 with three RBIs.

Ryan Henson | Kiefer | SR

Henson hit .411 with a .510 on-base percentage this past season for the Trojans. He scored 22 runs and drove in 28 more. On April 22, Henson went 5-for-5 with four RBIs and two runs scored in a 14-4 win against Bristow.

Landon Lagasse | Cashion | SR

Lagasse helped the Cashion football team to a state title earlier his senior year, and was a key player in the Wildcat baseball team’s run to the 2A semifinals this spring, batting lead-off and playing center field as he hit nearly .460. In the quarterfinal playoff win against Amber-Pocasset, Lagasse hit his fourth home run of the season and scored three runs.

Luke Williams | Lincoln Christian | SO

An Oklahoma commit, Williams helped the Bulldogs qualify for their third straight state tournament. He helped set the tone in the regional title game against Sallisaw with a first-inning triple and a run scored. Williams was also the winning pitcher.

Kagan Huneycutt | Roff | SR

Batting sixth in the lineup, Honeycutt was able to go 3-for-4, leading the team in hits, and scoring twice as the Tigers claimed the Class B state championship in May with a 9-3 win against Fort Cobb-Broxton. He was also 2-for-3 with three RBIs in the Tigers’ 14-0 win against Granite in the quarterfinal round and was 2-for-2 with two RBIs in the regional championship win against Stuart.

Brayson Carter | Blanchard | FR

Carter had a very good first season for the Lions, batting .439 with 38 RBIs for a Blanchard squad which eventually captured the 4A title. He scored the title-winning run on Brennan Milligan’s walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh in Blanchard’s 6-5 win against Tuttle.