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  • Edmond graduates play big role in All-State baseball rout

    TULSA — Four Edmond grads earned the chance to play for the West in the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State baseball game Tuesday night. The state’s baseball talent appeared to be fairly one-sided as the West soundly defeated the East 8-1 at Oral Robert’s J.L. Johnson Stadium.The three Edmond starters were pitchers from Santa Fe in K.J. Orr and Tanner Kliewer along with North’s first basemen Andrew Veit. Memorial catcher Colin Simpson was also selected to the All-State team as an alternate.
  • Edmond trio hits double figures for West

    TULSA — In a high-scoring affair, the West staved off a late rally in a 106-95 conquest of the East at Oral Roberts University’s Mabee Center Thursday night thanks to large contributions from Edmond Santa Fe’s DaQuan Jeffries and Daron Mims along with Edmond Memorial’s Curran Scott.Jeffries showcased an entertaining game of high-velocity passes and rim-shaking dunks. One of the slams came midway through the first quarter. Certainly no stranger dunks, as Jeffries possesses multiple dunk contests medals and will continue to electrify crowds inside the Mabee Center as he will be attending ORU this month.Scott was subbed in early and made an impact every second he was on the court.Early on, Mims was cold shooting because of some pain in his hand but made up for it on the other side of the ball as a lockdown defender.
  • Edmond talent to star in 2015 Senior Follies

    As local talent takes the stage at Mitchell Hall Theatre in two weeks, entertainers will shine in the Oklahoma Senior Follies 2015 spotlight.Edmond philanthropist Dick Sias will reign as The “Follies King” for 2015 and former Mayor Saundra Naifeh will star as a Senior Follies Beauty, Ziegfeld style showgirl. The variety show is moving to Mitchell Hall Theatre on the University of Central Oklahoma campus this year from its former venue on the Oklahoma City University campus.

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