The Edmond Sun


September 16, 2013

Edmond’s Pierce tops Overstreet by 4 shots

OKLA. CITY — OJGT Lake Hefner Shootout (North)

Sept. 14-15

Final Results

Boys 12-14

Griffin Pierce, Edmond - 68-65--133

Mason Overstreet, Laverne - 70-67--137

Hayden Wood, Edmond - 69-69--138

Wells Padgett, Wichita - 72-66--138

Sam Jackson, Oklahoma City - 68-71--139

Ty Tamura, Edmond - 72-67--139

Logan Gore, Elk City - 69-71--140

Preston Lovett, Tishomingo - 68-73--141

Tyson Reeder, Edmond - 71-70--141

Zac Schaefer, Edmond - 71-70--141

Sam Humphreys, Edmond - 75-67--142

Carson Seals, Ardmore - 75-68--143

Clay Dobbins, Edmond - 72-71--143

Kason Cook, Hydro - 73-70--143

Thomas Ludwig, Norman - 70-73--143

Wesley Jackson, Fort Gibson - 72-71--143

Cody Burrows, Chickasha - 72-72--144

Drew Ison, Edmond - 72-72--144

Nick Pierce, Sallisaw - 71-73--144

Casey Bray, Owasso - 73-73--146

Cole Dillon, Manhattan, Kan. - 72-74--146

Dalton Daniel, Newcastle - 76-70--146

Cody Troutman, Edmond - 78-69--147

Trent Evans, Edmond - 72-75--147

Hunter Laughlin, Mangum - 72-76--148

McCain Schellhardt, Edmond - 71-77--148

Ty Stites, Sallisaw - 73-75--148

Cody Shore, Poteau - 76-73--149

Marc Kepka, Owasso - 72-77--149

Fisher Vollendorf, Fayetteville, Ark. - 79-72--151

Kyle Story, Edmond - 76-75--151

Matthew Henry, Pauls Valley - 74-77--151

Ryan Trousdale, Norman - 75-76--151

Braden Ricks, Shawnee - 76-76--152

Logan Smoak, Edmond - 73-79--152

Cooper Williamson, Tulsa - 80-73--153

Nick Auer, Wichita, Kan. - 76-77--153

Alan Joyal, Valley Center, Kan. - 79-75--154

Ethan Smith, Oklahoma City - 75-79--154

Turner Howe, Norman - 74-80--154

Connor Kesler, Ardmore - 82-73--155

Tripp Harris, Oklahoma City - 79-76--155

Austin Shanks, Wichita, Kan. - 76-80--156

Jordan Anderson, Andale, Kan. - 76-80--156

Reagan Bates, Norman - 79-77--156

Connor Mears, Norman - 80-77--157

Chandler Graham, Edmond - 79-79--158

Daniel Scott Wyatt, Edmond - 82-77--159

Alex Moore, Norman - 78-82--160

Logan Haney, Moore - 78-82--160

Freddie Wilson, Owasso - 80-81--161

Spencer Upton, Tishomingo, Oklahoma - 78-83--161

Hunter Sudberry, Ardmore - 82-81--163

Kyle Ray, Walters - 85-86--171

Ryne Beck, Oklahoma City - 86-85--171

Evan Speck, Newcastle - 94-79--173

Bailey Moon, Shawnee - 95-82--177

Kyle Burk, Edmond - 81-NS--NS

Boys 15-18

Colter Baca, Edmond - 67-73--140

Lane Wallace, Yukon - 69-72--141

Jared Strathe, Owasso - 74-72--146

Laken Hinton, Edmond - 76-76--152

Matthew Braley, Broken Arrow - 75-77--152

Nick O’Donnell, Oklahoma City - 78-74--152

Ryan Ward, Poteau - 74-80--154

Matthew Armstrong, Edmond - 79-77--156

Patrick Clowe, Ardmore - 78-78--156

Janson Reeder, Edmond - 79-78--157

Austin Kang, Edmond - 75-85--160

Josh Gentry, Shawnee - 76-89--165

Ethan Dawson, Edmond - 85-82--167

Dylan Faires, Oklahoma City - 96-87--183

Samuel Redenius, Choctaw - 119-110--229

Girls 12-18

Kaitlin Milligan, Norman - 69-71--140

Brinn Fariss, Oklahoma City (Santa Fe) - 70-71--141

Taylor Dobson, Broken Arrow - 70-72--142

Yujeong Son, Norman - 69-73--142

Sydney Youngblood, Durant - 75-73--148

Lexi Armon, Owasso - 74-77--151

Kailey Collier, Broken Arrow - 74-80--154

Elizabeth Freeman, Oklahoma City - 81-75--156

Hannah Ward, Poteau - 81-76--157

Madison Herron, Edmond - 79-78--157

Emily Folsom, Oklahoma City - 76-82--158

Liz Hargis, Ardmore - 76-82--158

Pauline Nguyen, Edmond - 79-79--158

Queen Marcela Pierre, Jenks - 79-80--159

Kaylee Neff, Yukon - 81-86--167

ShaeBug Scarberry, Purcell - 83-86--169

Ashley Moore, Edmond - 83-90--173

Talor Fisher, Shawnee - 88-86--174

Jordan Lee, Lawton - 87-88--175

Tori Plumley, Harrah - 90-88--178

Jordan Patterson, Chandler - 88-97--185

Lauren Barnes, Choctaw - 94-92--186

Reid Green, Stillwater - 96-95--191

Alyssa Wilson, Yukon - 101-96--197

Sydni Chilcoat, Ada - 99-109--208


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    The National High School Athletic Coaches Association honored  Dee Ann Waller, coach and teacher from Edmond North High School, as a finalist for the National High School Athletic Coaches Association National Coach of the Year in tennis.   
    Eight finalists from across the nation were chosen to be honored during The National Coach of the Year awards banquet that took place during the National High School Athletic Coaches Association’s national convention June 14-18, at the Snow King Resort in Jackson Hole, Wy.

    July 25, 2014 1 Photo

  • spts-Hershey Mary McKey.jpg McKey to compete in North American final

    Edmond’s Mary McKey, who attends John Carroll Catholic School in Oklahoma City, qualified for the Hershey’s Track & Field Games North American Final after winning the Hershey’s Oklahoma State Meet  June 28.
    McKey, 12, had the fastest time in the region that consists of Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, New Mexico and Puerto Rico. Hershey only accepts eight runners from North America.
    McKey is a Catholic grade school champion and the first Catholic student to qualify for the North American final. She is also a Jim Thorpe Games 400-meter      champion.
    The North American final will run Aug. 2           in Hershey, Pa.

    July 25, 2014 1 Photo

  • Former quarterback Bell has pedigree to dominate at tight end for Sooners

    The question came quickly to Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops. Are there any plans to use Blake Bell at quarterback — in some capacity?
    “That’s funny, it keeps coming up,” Stoops said Tuesday at Big 12 Media Days. “Blake was recruited definitely as a quarterback. But when you look at him now after three years, he is the pro-type at tight end. He’s got great hands, great size. He can run. Natural spacing as far as where to be in his routes.”
    So, the answer is no.

    July 25, 2014

  • Smith ready to begin the next chapter with Ravens

    During his long drive to Maryland from his North Carolina home Sunday, veteran wide receiver Steve Smith had plenty of time to think about an offseason defined by a dramatic change in his life.
    After 13 years with the Carolina Panthers, Smith was cut in March following one of the least productive seasons of his career. The Ravens promptly signed him to a three-year, $11 million contract.
    Smith remained in a reflective mood as veterans officially reported to camp Wednesday. Smith, however, showed up Monday eager for his new start.

    July 25, 2014

  • Blackmon.jpg Local cops arrest NFL player on marijuana complaint

    The Edmond Police Department has released the incident report related to the arrest of ex-Oklahoma State star and current NFL player Justin Blackmon.
    Blackmon, 24, a product of Plainview High School in Ardmore, is a 6-1, 210-pound wide receiver in his second year with the Jacksonville Jaguars. At Oklahoma State University, he was a two-time Biletnikoff Award winner as the country’s best collegiate wide receiver.

    July 24, 2014 1 Photo

  • Former OSU line coach having impact on Texas staff

    It was quite possibly the biggest coaching coup of the offseason and Oklahoma State was at the wrong end of it — former Cowboy offensive line coach Joe Wickline joining the staff for Charlie Strong’s Texas Longhorns.
    “It’s always good when you go hire staff and you look at just getting the right people within your program. And, a lot of times, guys know a lot of Xs and Os, but it’s all just about developing a player,” said Strong, Tuesday during the Big 12 Conference Football Media Days. “Joe and I, we’ve coached together at two different places. But just with him being within his conference and knowing the conference, he’s been a great asset.”

    July 22, 2014

  • spts-ESF Max McGreevy state champ.jpg Santa Fe alum McGreevy makes U.S. Amateur

    OU’s Max McGreevy, an Edmond Santa Fe graduate, and University of Tulsa’s Logan McCracken qualified for the 2014 U.S. Amateur, the United States Golf Association’s (USGA) prestigious annual event featuring the world’s finest amateur golfers. This year’s championship will be held at the venerable Atlanta Athletic Club (AAC) in Johns Creek, Aug. 9-17.

    Qualifying Players
    Max McGreevy, Edmond 67-65—132
    Logan McCracken, Oklahoma City 69-66—135

    1st Alt. Garrison Mendoza, Clinton 69-71—140
    2nd Alt. Thomas Johnson, Norman 71-69—140

    July 21, 2014 1 Photo

  • spts-OC Rhein Gibson 17 tee.jpg Gibson closes British Open with a 78, 3 birdies in final 6 holes

    Even if he didn’t post the score he wanted, Rhein Gibson left Royal Liverpool Golf Club on Sunday knowing he at least finished strong.
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    July 21, 2014 1 Photo

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    James Reid, of Edmond, rallied to win the OGA’s Senior Stroke Play Championship with a smoking 67 July 15 at the Trails Country Club in Norman. Edmond’s Jon Valuck tied for fifth place.
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    Oklahoma Golf Association
    Senior Stroke Play Championship
    July 14-15
    The Trails Golf Club
    Final Results

    July 21, 2014 1 Photo

  • spts-AF Will Conant kicker.jpg Air Force kicker Conant named to Groza Award watch list

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    July 21, 2014 1 Photo