Falls by fans at stadiums in San Francisco and Indianapolis during NFL season openers have left one man dead and two other people injured, authorities said.
Bronchos sweep Lincoln
Central Oklahoma tied a season long five-game winning streak as it swept Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association foe Lincoln in a doubleheader winning 9-1 and 12-2 on Friday afternoon at Wendell Simmons Field.
With the sweep, UCO improved to 14-4 and 10-4 in conference play, while Lincoln fell to 1-13 and 0-10 in the conference.
Ace Schrock picks up award
University of Central Oklahoma’s Kalynn Schrock has been named the MIAA/AstroTurf Pitcher of the Week, the league office announced Tuesday.
Schrock dominated in the circle last week as UCO opened defense of its MIAA championship, going 3-0 with an 0.50 earned run average in doubleheader sweeps of Lindenwood and Lincoln.
The senior left-hander gave up just eight hits, two walks and one run in 14.0 innings while striking out 22. Opponents hit just .163 against Schrock, who pitched one complete-game shutout and combined for two more.
Broncho senior named third-teamer
Central Oklahoma’s Jill Bryan was named a third-team selection on the All-Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Team announced by the league office.
A senior from Copan, Bryan leads the Bronchos with a 13.2 scoring average while adding 4.5 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.4 steals a game. She ranks 11th in career scoring at UCO with 982 points.
Fairview freshman Olivia Mason made the honorable mention All-MIAA list. She’s averaging 8.7 points and a team-high 6.8 rebounds a game.
Memorial wins state academic trophy
The Edmond Memorial Bulldog grapplers were named Class 6A state academic champions at the state wrestling champinships March 1. From left, front row, LaDaryn Lockett, Connor Shanks, Grayson Boker, Ashton Stovall, Seth Graves and Colton Terrell. (middle) Seth Richards, Sam Osborne, Tristan McBee, Jeremy Morgan and Nicholas Hale. (back) Coach Jeremy Reynolds, Ryley West, Alton Pettit, Denton Huff and Coach Darren Huff.
SLIDESHOW: Lady Antlers beat rival Piedmont at state
The Deer Creek Lady Antlers beat rival Piedmont in their first-round state tournament game Thursday night in Sapulpa.
Little Huskies Football Camp kicks off May 27
The Edmond North Little Huskies Football Camp will take place May 27-30 from 9-11 a.m. at the Edmond North High School field.
The camp is run by the North football staff and is for kids entering grades 3-5 for the 2014-15 school year.
The purpose is to provide future Huskies the opportunity to learn the game of football in an organized and fun environment. The instructional camp will end with an awards ceremony.
Cost is $75. For further details, contact Scott Burger at 725-7178.
El Reno pulls out state win over Antlers
In a rugged Class 5A state tournament opening game with hits and bodies crashing to the hardwood without a whistle, the Deer Creek Antlers muscled their way to a 30-24 cushion after three quarters Thursday afternoon inside the Mabee Center at Oral Roberts University.
Deer Creek power player Conner Avants cleared out some space and scored from close range with just under two minutes left in regulation to put the Antlers up 41-38.
SLIDESHOW: Antlers take on El Reno at state
The Deer Creek Antlers fell to El Reno in the first round of the state tournament Thursday at Tulsa's Mabee Center.
SLIDESHOW: Lady Wolves top PC North at state
The Edmond Santa Fe Lady Wolves won their opening-round state tournament game against Putnam City North Thursday night in Skiatook.
Santa Fe makes title game for third time in 4 years
The Edmond Santa Fe Lady Wolves will play for the Class 6A state championship for the third time in four years after knocking off the Muskogee Lady Roughers, 61-33, at Oral Roberts University’s Mabee Center Friday.
“Three times in four years is pretty exciting,” Santa Fe coach, Paul Bass said after their second consecutive win in the state tourney. “They were so focused this year to get back that everything we did was about each game.”
Outside of a sloppy first quarter, the Wolves had no problem with Muskogee.
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