Aside from baseball and track and field, which have their own all-area teams, there was plenty of success from the golf, soccer and tennis teams in the News Press coverage area. Here are the representatives from the Spring Sports All-Area team:

Logan Allen, Perkins-Tryon golf

The highest-placing member of the seventh-place Lady Demons’ squad finished sixth at the Class 3A state meet. She shot a two-day total of 151.

Avery Anglin, Perkins-Tryon golf

Anglin placed 36th at the Class 3A state meet. She shot a score of 190 to help the Lady Demons finish seventh as a team.

Mert Arabaci, Stillwater tennis

In his lone year at Stillwater High, the junior from Turkey finished with a 38-0 record and a Class 6A state championship at No. 1 singles for the Pioneers.

Bennett Baldwin, Stillwater golf

As one of the catalysts for the SHS boys’ golf team, Baldwin led the team at state with a sixth-place individual finish, helping the Pioneers tie for second place as a team.

Bella Blake, Stillwater soccer

One of the captains who led the Lady Pioneers to their first state tournament in five years, Blake was instrumental on the back line, helping keep opponents off the scoreboard.

John Blake, Stillwater golf

At state, Blake finished tied for 25th place as an individual, finishing fourth on the Stillwater team. He helped the Pioneers tie for second place.

Mason Bratton, Stillwater soccer

The University of Tulsa signee capped his senior season with 12 goals and four assists. He recorded 65 goals in his career.

Noah Bratton,Stillwater golf

Unlike his older brother, Noah plays golf in the spring. This year, he placed tied for 29th place at the state meet.

Autumn Conneywerdy, Frontier golf

As the lone representative from the Lady Mustangs, Conneywerdy placed 20th at the Class 2A state meet, shooting a total of 187 in the two-round event.

Karsen Diel, Stillwater golf

One of two SHS golfers at the girls’ state tournament, Diel finished 67th with a two-day score of 209.

Jack Glenn, Stillwater golf

The future Wichita State University golfer placed seventh at state in his final high school event. His illustrious career included four state tournaments.

Grant Graham, Perry tennis

At the Class 4A state meet, Graham won his first match in straight sets (6-0, 6-2). He won his next match, but split his final two to finish 2-2 at the meet.

Jacob Grellner, Cushing golf

The Tigers were represented by a single player, but he placed 15th as an individual. Grellner shot a three-day total of 235 at the Class 4A state tournament.

Alyssa Henderson, Stillwater soccer

As a junior, Henderson once again led the Lady Pioneers with 11 goals. She also added two assists as the Lady Pioneers advanced to the state tournament for the first time in five years.

Trent Hixon, Pawnee golf

The lone member of the Black Bears at the Class 2A state tournament, Hixon finished 21st and shot a three-day total of 235.

Carter Keith, Stillwater soccer

One of the best defenders on the Stillwater boys’ soccer team, Keith helped the Pioneers keep opponents off the scoreboard throughout the season.

Josie Leffingwell and Brooklyn Sanders, Stillwater tennis

This team that played No. 2 doubles for the Lady Pioneers lost their first state match to the No. 8 seed in three sets, but bounced back with a win on the consolation side of the bracket. They finished 1-2 at state.

Jaelyn Northcutt, Pawnee golf

The second-lowest state score for the Lady Black Bears belonged to Northcutt. She shot a score of 210, which placed her 40th.

Hailey Parks, Stillwater golf

With a two-day total of 183, Parks led the Lady Pioneers at the state tournament. She finished tied for 45th place.

Abigail Pope, Stillwater tennis

As the No. 5 seed in No. 2 doubles at state, Pope won her first match in straight sets (6-1, 6-2), but lost her next two, with the last one coming in three sets to end her tournament.

Eric Schuessler, Stillwater golf

As a member of the Pioneers’ golf team that finished third, Schuessler finished third on the team at state. He shot a three-day total of 229, which placed him tied for 19th.

Kaitlyn Springer, Stillwater soccer

In her first full year as goalkeeper, Springer kept opponents off the scoreboard. She helped the Lady Pioneers pitch seven shutouts this spring.

Lexi Tatum, Pawnee golf

At the Class 2A state tournament, Tatum led the Lady Black Bears, which finished 11th, with a 15th-place finish. She shot a two-day total of 179.

Macy Theimer, Cushing golf

Just five shots back of her teammate, Theimer finished 44th at the state meet, shooting a two-day total of 198.

Kaybre Wright, Cushing golf

The lowest-scoring Lady Tiger shot a 193 and placed tied for 35th place at the Class 4A state tournament. She helped Cushing finish ninth as a team.

Braden Young, Stillwater tennis

As a freshman, Young won his first state match at No. 2 singles in three sets (6-2, 3-6, 7-6) before dropping his next two to end his season.