BROKEN ARROW —
Oklahoma Golf Association
Senior State Amateur Championship
June 24-27, 2013
The Golf Club of Oklahoma
at Broken Arrow
Match Play Results
Round — (Final)
Kirk Wright, Oklahoma City, Okla. (14) def. Michael Hughett, Owasso, Okla. (1), 19 holes
Round — (Quarterfinal)
Michael Hughett, Owasso, Okla. (1) def. Bob Fouke, Broken Arrow, Okla. (8), 1 up
Richard Hunt, Bixby, Okla. (5) def. Ken Kee, Tulsa, Okla. (13), 21 holes
Terry Collier, Tulsa, Okla. (10) def. David Hukill, Muskogee, Oklahoma (31), 3 and 2
Kirk Wright, Oklahoma City, Okla. (14) def. Bob Mase, Tulsa, Okla. (6), 4 and 3
Round — (Semifinal)
Michael Hughett, Owasso, Okla. (1) def. Richard Hunt, Bixby, Okla. (5), 1 up
Kirk Wright, Oklahoma City, Okla. (14) def. Terry Collier, Tulsa, Okla. (10), 2 and 1
Round — (Round of 32)
Michael Hughett, Owasso, Okla. (1) def. Don Quint Jr, Tulsa, Okla. (32), 4 and 3
Windy Miller, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (17) def. Michael Koljack, Broken Arrow, Okla. (16), 2 and 1
Bob Fouke, Broken Arrow, Okla. (8) def. John Reese, Norman, Okla. (25), 4 and 2
Jim Curd Jr, Bartlesville, Oklahoma (9) def. Gary Bonner, Norman, Okla. (24), 21 holes
Russell Lowry, Ada, Okla. (4) def. Brent Taylor, Bartlesville, Okla. (29), 3 and 2
Ken Kee, Tulsa, Okla. (13) def. Tom Nielsen, Edmond, Okla. (20), 3 and 1
Richard Hunt, Bixby, Okla. (5) def. Mike Martin, Collinsville, Okla. (28), 4 and 3
Mark Robinson, Broken Arrow, Okla. (21) def. Tim Hoagland, Tulsa, Oklahoma (12), 2 and 1
David Hukill, Muskogee, Oklahoma (31) def. Brad Kropp, Edmond, Okla. (2), 1 up
Kermit Frank, Edmond, Okla. (18) def. Ed Heffern, Bixby, Okla. (15), 4 and 2
Jim Arnold, Bixby, Okla. (26) def. Darren Rice, Yukon, Oklahoma (7), 19 holes
Terry Collier, Tulsa, Okla. (10) def. Michael Lusnak, Tulsa, Okla. (23), 8 and 6
Jon Valuck, Edmond, Okla. (3) def. Scott Burry, Edmond, Okla. (30), 8 and 7
Kirk Wright, Oklahoma City, Okla. (14) def. Richard Koenig, Tulsa, Okla. (19), 3 and 2
Bob Mase, Tulsa, Okla. (6) def. Paul Chissoe, Catoosa, Okla. (27), 4 and 3
Charles Paul, Owasso, Oklahoma (22) def. Shawn Barker, Bartlesville, Okla. (11), 1 up
Round — (Round of 16)
Michael Hughett, Owasso, Okla. (1) def. Windy Miller, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (17), 6 and 5
Bob Fouke, Broken Arrow, Okla. (8) def. Jim Curd Jr, Bartlesville, Oklahoma (9), 7 and 5
Ken Kee, Tulsa, Okla. (13) def. Russell Lowry, Ada, Okla. (4), 2 and 1
Richard Hunt, Bixby, Okla. (5) def. Mark Robinson, Broken Arrow, Okla. (21), 1 up
David Hukill, Muskogee, Oklahoma (31) def. Kermit Frank, Edmond, Okla. (18), 2 and 1
Terry Collier, Tulsa, Okla. (10) def. Jim Arnold, Bixby, Okla. (26), 4 and 2
Kirk Wright, Oklahoma City, Okla. (14) def. Jon Valuck, Edmond, Okla. (3), 5 and 3
Bob Mase, Tulsa, Okla. (6) def. Charles Paul, Owasso, Oklahoma (22), 3 and 1
BROKEN ARROW —
Oklahoma Golf Association
OSU clears field for Bedlam game Saturday
Oklahoma State University crews are clearing snow from Boone Pickens Stadium to make sure the field and stands are ready for Saturday’s Bedlam Rivalry football game, Associate Athletic Director/Media Relations Gavin Lang said.
No. 6 OSU hosts No. 20 Oklahoma. Kickoff is slated for 11 a.m. Saturday.
OSU crews started removing the snow Friday morning. The process is expected to continue through Friday afternoon.
Two UCO football players named All-Region
Central Oklahoma running back Joshua Birmingham and wide receiver Marquez Clark both earned first-team recognition on the Daktronics All-Super Region Three Team that was released today, with Clark also claiming second-team honors at kick returner.
First-team honorees on the four all-region teams selected around the country are now eligible for Daktronics All-America selection, with those teams to be announced Dec. 17.
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Bulldogs use extra period in conquest of Norman North
Defense and Kristian Doolittle drawing fouls aided Edmond Memorial to a 53-48 win in overtime at Norman North Tuesday night.
“It was a total team effort,” Bulldog head coach Shane Cowherd said about the triumph. “We had great play from Jacob Essman on the glass and Kristian Doolittle who drew foul after key foul.”
Down the stretch, Memorial’s Taylor Hicks hit some huge free throws to contribute to the team win. Hicks led the ‘Dogs with 14 points, Essman added 11 and Doolittle finished with nine.
“It was a very solid win for us,” Cowherd added. “Norman North is very talented.
Football playoffs moved back a week
With the primary concern of the safety and welfare of participants, coaches, administrators and fans, the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association (OSSAA) has postponed all state football playoff games one full week.
Oklahoma State University has served as a gracious host for the past four years for Classes 6A through A, and their understanding of the need to insure safe travel for the schools helped the OSSAA to make the determination. We also extend our gratitude to Tulsa University and their administrative staff for making themselves available to our member schools.
Lady Huskies start out in win column
The Edmond North Lady Huskies stepped out on the right foot Tuesday night, staving off visiting Stillwater 70-64 in the first game of the 2013-14 season.
“We kept our composure and continued to be aggressive,” said North head coach Karlie Free. “Stillwater attempted to apply some pressure with a full-court press, but we handled it and had kids step up and hit free throws down the stretch.”
Big baskets in the final period came from a pair of up-and-coming freshmen as 5-7 Lauren Koenig and 5-7 Emma Ledbetter came through in the clutch to keep the Huskies on top. The rookie duo each hit double-figures, scoring 10 points each.
Wolfpack swarms Millers in third quarter
After a 36-36 deadlock at intermission with Yukon Tuesday night, the Edmond Santa Fe boys jelled as a defense in the third period to pull away from the Millers 78-66 at Edmond Santa Fe High School.
“We didn’t come out and do a very good job defensively the whole night,” said Wolves coach Lenny Hatchett after the opening-night victory. “It was mainly because Yukon did a great job of playing smart and patient. We did come out in the second half and play more as a team, but we have to do a better job of putting four quarters together — we just played better team defense in the third quarter.”
In the third, the Wolfpack took the stanza handily by a 20-7 margin.
Wolf Curran Scott exploded for 29 points, hitting a perfect 15-of-15 from the charity stripe. He was ensued by teammate Daron Mims’ 16 points.
Santa Fe will host 15th Street foe Edmond Memorial Friday night weather permitting.
YMCA spring sports registration nears
Registration for YMCA spring sports will run from Dec. 17 through Jan. 24 for volleyball (ages 8-15), track (5-14) and soccer (3-14) at the Rankin and the new Mitch Park YMCA located at 1501 W. Covell Road.
For the Rankin YMCA, call 348-9622 or visit www.ymcaokc.org.
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UCO men rout OCU
Seth Heckart scored eight points during a 22-6 run early in the second half that put Central Oklahoma back in control and the Bronchos went on to roll over Oklahoma City 85-63 Saturday afternoon at Hamilton Field House on the second day of the UCO Classic.
The Stars had trimmed a 14-point first-half deficit to four early in the second half before Heckart scored five straight points to ignite the big scoring spurt that ended with UCO holding a 20-point cushion and the Bronchos coasted in from there.
It was the fourth straight win for Central, which improved to 6-1 in finishing off a two-game sweep in the weekend event.
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