ENID, Okla. —
EHS tennis boosters
to meet on Tuesday
Enid High School tennis booster club will meet at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday at the EHS lectorium, located on the first floor of the building.
Those attending should park and enter the school on the west side of the building.
gets 100th victory
Pond Creek-Hunter girls coach Tasha Diesselhorst had some milestones last week.
Diesselhorst got her 100th career win Tuesday when the Lady Panthers beat Garber to clinch the Skeltur Conference championship.
Pond Creek-Hunter has won three of the past four championships.
Track highlights to be
shown on Express show
Highlights from the recent University of Oklahoma indoor track meet in which Enid participated in will be shown on the “Oklahoma High School Sports Express’’ at 10:30 tonight on Channel 8 (KOKH).
The show is hosted by ex-Pond Creek-Hunter star Van Shea Iven.
Air Force upsets
No. 22 Aztecs 70-67
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) — Michael Lyons scored 20 points and Air Force beat No. 22 San Diego State 70-67 on Saturday, overcoming a 25-point performance by Aztecs star Jamaal Franklin.
Franklin and James Rahon missed potential game-tying 3-pointers in the waning seconds.
The Falcons used a 19-2 run to take control at 59-47, then held on as Franklin scored 18 of his 25 points in the second half.
ENID, Okla. —
EHS tennis boosters
Aggies give D-II series a state flavor
A tip of the hat to Murray State College for winning the Plains District tournament this weekend to assure there will be an Oklahoma team in the upcoming NJCAA Division II World Series at David Allen Memorial Ballpark.
The Aggies, who were 5-0 against Northern Oklahoma College Enid this season, beat MCC-Longview 14-7 in the district championship game to take a 41-21 record into the tournament.
They are a team that should be easy for Enid fans to adopt as their own.
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OU advances in softball
Top-ranked Oklahoma is headed to the NCAA Super Regionals after run-ruling Arkansas 14-1 in a regional softball final at Marita Hynes Field Sunday.
The Sooners (50-4) will host former Big 12 rival Texas A&M, now of the Southeastern Conference next weekend in a best two out-of-three series with the winner advancing to the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City.
Majors-Minors twinbill rained out
April showers, bring may flowers.
May showers cancel a lot of baseball games.
Sunday’s scheduled doubleheader between the Enid Majors and Enid Minors was postponed for wet grounds from Saturday’s thunderstorms.
“The field was flooded,’’ Majors coach Chris Jensen said.
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Hennessey's Aguirre taking tough times in stride
Car Aguirre looks strange confined to a wheelchair.
The story of how the newly-minted Hennessey grad got there is told loosely through a digital jigsaw puzzle — an accident, a near-tragedy, an outpouring of support, a recovery, all expressed in Facebook posts and internet traffic.
Enid’s Harmon 4th at endorser
Top-seeded Tyler Harmon, playing with an elbow injury, had a rough day at the 16-Under Oklahoma District Tennis Association Endorser Tournament Saturday at Oakwood Country Club.
Ex-Majors make return to Enid for Alumni exhibition
Saturday was a time for Matt Peck and his former Enid American Legion teammates to set back the clock.
Jets reflect on tough season
Raydon Leaton’s ambition was to be the host team for the NJCAA Division II College World Series, which opens next weekend at David Allen Memorial Stadium.
Instead, Leaton’s Northern Oklahoma College Enid Jets went through some growing pains during a 17-39 season.
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