ENID, Okla. —
Fourball pushed back
because of weather
Due to an unfavorable weather forecast for this weekend, the opening of the annual Dick Lambertz Memorial Enid Fourball golf tournament has been pushed back to April 6-7 at both Meadowlake Golf Club and Oakwood Country Club.
The final rounds will be held the following weekend, April 13-14, weather permitting.
All players that have previously signed up to play are still registered unless they contact either Meadowlake or Oakwood to cancel. Registration will be reopened through April 1 for any players that may wish to sign up for the new dates. Entry fee is $80 and players can register at either Meadowlake or Oakwood.
For information, contact either the Meadowlake clubhouse at 234-3080 or Oakwood Country Club pro shop at 234-5811.
Davis’ funeral set
Monday in Tulsa
TULSA (AP) — A funeral is planned for Monday for Steve Davis, the former University of Oklahoma quarterback killed in a plane crash in Indiana.
Services are scheduled for 1 p.m. Monday at First Baptist Church in Tulsa, followed by a private graveside service.
Davis died in Sunday's plane crash in South Bend, Ind., along with 58-year-old Wes Caves of Tulsa. Services for Caves are still pending.
from Juco nationals
HUTCHINSON, Kan. — No. 2 seed Spartanburg (S.C.) Methodist outlasted Kilgore (Texas) College, coached by ex-Enid star Brian Hoberecht, 53-51 in a second-round game at the National Junior College Men’s basketball tournament Wednesday.
The Rangers ended the season at 27-6.
ENID, Okla. —
Fourball pushed back
Jackson signs with Mid-America Christian
Jemarcus Jackson signed a letter of intent to play basketball on a scholarship at NAIA Division I Mid-America Christian University in Oklahoma City on Monday, ending a long wait for the Enid High senior, and a longer one for his nerves.
Jackson already was sweating thanks to a weighty training session just before his signing ceremony at the Enid High School food court, but that wasn’t the only reason he was “sweating like a dog” as he filled out the paperwork.
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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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