Macy McAdoo signs her letter of intent to play softball at the University of Oklahoma.

Another Grady County softball player has signed to play for the University of Oklahoma softball team.

Tuttle's Macy McAdoo — a longtime commit to OU — made it official on Wednesday when she signed her letter of intent to play for the Sooners.

The OU roster currently has two players from Grady County on the roster. Chickasha's Lynnsie Elam is a sophomore, and Bridge Creek's Raegan Rogers is a senior.

Softball in the county has been a strength in the world of sports. From 2014 to 2018, six state championships have been won between Tuttle, Chickasha and Amber-Pocasset.

As for McAdoo, she helped lead Tuttle to three straight state championships during her tenure with the Lady Tiger softball team. McAdoo was dominant during her time in the circle with Tuttle, and that dominance showed in the state tournament this past season.

McAdoo pitched all but one inning over the course of the three games against Weatherford, Hilldale and Newcastle. She allowed just two earned runs and struck out 23 batters in the title run.

McAdoo outdueled another Division I prospect in the state championship game in Newcastle's McKenzie Wagoner.

McAdoo was named to the Middle West All-State team by the Oklahoma High School Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association to finish her high school career. That game will be played at Oklahoma Christian University in Edmond on June 8.

McAdoo joins Oklahoma as a highly-ranked player, according to Extra Inning Softball. McAdoo appeared in the top 100, according to the website's rankings.


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