Henryetta's Colton Wion, Jarret Day and Tiger Freeman took 4A tennis regional champions honors Monday.
The tournament started out with a nearly three-hour rain delay following a downpour about the time the coaches were going over rules.
An all hands on board effort removed the water puddles and got the courts ready to play once the rain moved out.

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Wion, playing in the 2 singles bracket,  drew a bye in the first round then sailed through the braces with a two set win over Okmulgee's Brent Bacon and Chantry Stroud from Beggs.
He sealed his first regional title with a 2-4 win over Eddie Power from Byng in the finals.
The second regional title went to the 1 doubles team of  Day and Freeman as they took a 4-3 win over Harrah then 3-2 in the semifinals with Byng. A tiebreaker over Regent Prep in the championship gave them the win.
It looked as though the Kings would be in the finals for both the 1 singles and 2 doubles brackets but couldn't get past the semi-finals.
Eli Palmer amazed a lot of fans as he won his first match against Bristow's Ryan Highfield despite one arm in a sling. Palmer sustained a broken collarbone in late April and had been trying to get it healed enough to play.
That injury took him out of competition with an injury default in the semi-finals then eliminated him from a third place slot.
Eric Dwiggins and Jordan Knox started out strong for the Knights in the 2 doubles bracket. They defeated Harrah 2-2 but lost a tiebreaker to Byng in the semifinals. That put them against Regent Prep for the third place honors. They won two sets to put Henryetta still in the overall points hunt.
The Knights had to settle for second in the regionals standings with Byng named champions.