Tech’s Stone to be inducted into Hall of Fame

Tech tennis coach Amanda Stone will be inducted into her high school athletic hall of fame.

Courtesy of LA Tech Athletic Communications

 Louisiana Tech tennis head coach Amanda Stone will be inducted into the Claremore High School Athletic Hall of Fame for the Class of 2022.

Stone’s athletic achievements included Tulsa World Metro Basketball Player of the Year in 2002, leading the Lady Zebras to a 26-1 record and a state runner-up finish.

In her senior season, she set the record for career scoring with 1,422 points and games played with 106.  She was named the Rogers County Player of the Year and was named to the McDonald’s All-State game, received the Jim Thorpe nominee for girl’s basketball and was selected to play in the Oklahoma/Texas All-Star game.

Her senior season also included qualifying for state on the cross country team and being named All-State and Conference Player of the Year in tennis.

The Claremore High School Athletics Hall of Fame was started in 2018 with 11 inductees.  Five inductees, including Stone, will go in as part of the Class of 2022.

The induction ceremony will be held during the homecoming events on Friday, Sept. 30. 


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