Amber-Pocasset’s Cache Anglin – Chickasha-Weatherford Area Baseball Player of the Month – Presented by Harley-Davidson World

Chickasha-Weatherford Area Baseball Player of the Month – Presented by Harley-Davidson World

Cache Anglin – Amber-Pocasset, 33,100 votes

Ian DeVaughan – Binger-Oney, 11,523 votes

Justyce Boyett – Cheyenne-Reydon, 3,929 votes

Carsten Kates – Newcastle, 3,814 votes

Jaylan Maguire – Boone-Apache, 3,514 votes

Alex Leon – Lookeba-Sickles, 2,991 votes

Landon McCracken – Boone-Apache, 2,461 votes

Peyton Osmond – Hammon, 2,436 votes

Taeler Nurnberg – Weatherford, 1,998 votes

Cayleb Hunter – Chickasha, 1,425 votes

Other athletes receiving votes include Ty Wilmot – Maysville, Fabian Orozco – Lookeba-Sickles, Andrew Cano – Carnegie, Bryce Coon – Mt. View-Gotebo, Nick Venable – Alex, Gage Gaunt – Clinton, Kyndon Lovell – Lookeba-Sickles, Braden Teasley – Weatherford, Carson Young – Weatherford , Payton Miller – Blanchard, Camden Periman – Tuttle, Paxton Switzer – Cordell, and Shiloh Glascow – Bridge Creek.

Cache Anglin – Amber-Pocasset

Amber-Pocasset senior Cache Anglin has been playing baseball his whole life and is the starting catcher for the Panthers baseball team.

“When I was first introduced to baseball, I thought that it was really cool and decided I would give it a shot,” said Anglin. “Not until I got older and understood the game a lot more, did I realize just how much I truly loved the game of baseball.”

Anglin’s favorite thing about competing for his high school is the people in the Am-Po community, including his teammates.

“What I enjoy the most about playing for Amber-Pocasset is the sense of family and brotherhood,” he said. “Each and every game, the community continuously comes out and shows their support for our program. Also, the team which I am surrounded with, and the teams in the past, have really opened my eyes to what a true ‘family’ style team feels like.”

The people that surround him also inspire Anglin to put forth his best effort in anything he does.

“Whether that be my coaches, my teammates, or even younger children, setting a great example of what a true Am-Po player should be, is what I strive for every day,” he said. “Knowing that there are younger, soon-to-be Panthers watching me, my goal is to make sure that they can truly see the Am-Po way, that’s what motivates me.”

That motivation was put to the test at times during the season, but Anglin is proud of his team for rising to each challenge.

“This season, there have been many times in which we, as a team, have been faced with adversity,” he said. “However, by sticking to the ways we know and do best, we have overcome and responded to some great obstacles.”

One person who has greatly influenced Anglin’s life is his father.

“My biggest role model my entire life has been my father,” he said. “Each and everyday I see him grinding to get a job done, and do it to the best of his ability, which I feel like he has instilled in me as well. He’s taught me that no matter how hard something may be, or the amount of time it will take to achieve it, I can do anything I set my mind to. His ways have truly shaped my life forever, and for that I am truly thankful and blessed.”

After high school Anglin plans on attending Southwestern Oklahoma State University, where he hopes to major in pharmacy.