Jacklyn Crabbe

Westmoore High School

Crabbe is a four-year varsity soccer player and member of the Oklahoma Celtic Soccer League. She organized Westmoore’s first sports bra drive, collecting 200 bras and $700 for local athletes. Crabbe wrote a research paper about implicit bias against minorities in healthcare, which was published in Rutgers Journal of Bioethics. She is founder and co-president of the Gray Space, a club that discourages black-and-white thinking regarding contemporary issues in society. Active in Student Council, she is a Cleats4Kids Varsity Board member and a Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Member. Crabbe is a self-taught ukulele player and earned a blue belt in Taekwondo. She plans to study developmental psychology in college.
All-State sponsor: Postic & Bates, PC

Katie Ellis

Southmoore High School

Ellis is National Merit finalist, class valedictorian, and National Hispanic Scholar. She is captain of her  academic team and a member of Youth and Government Club, Model United Nations Club, Hispanic Club and the National Honor society. A unique interest of Ellis’s is cardboard boat racing. Participants build a boats completely out of cardboard and then compete in races. Her team has received awards for first place and best shipwreck. Ellis plans to major in biology and pre-medicine in college.
All-State sponsor: Anonymous

Devin Snyder

Southmoore High School

Snyder scored a perfect 36 on the ACT on his first two attempts in his junior year. He has won the 4.0 GPA award all four years of high school, as well as winning academic excellence in Honors Algebra II, Advanced Placement Biology, and Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles. Snyder is a member of the Southmoore soccer team. He also enjoys playing basketball and cooking in his free time. Snyder plans to major in computer science in college.
All-State sponsor: Ryan P. DeArman, Attorney at Law

Cadence Walton

Southmoore High School

Walton was recognized by College Board as an Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction and earned a Letter of Commendation for her outstanding performance on the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. She is a National Honor Society member and qualifies as an Oklahoma State Regents Academic Scholar. As a starting setter, she played on Southmoore’s varsity volleyball team and earned Varsity’s Most Improved Player Award. Walton plans to major in computer science at Oklahoma State University.
All-State sponsor: Home Creations