- High School Sports
- Comanche teams win big, V-A loses both games It was a good night for most area teams Tuesday night, as the the official start to the high school basketball season is here. Comanche rolled Tuesday night as the boys and girls walked over Frederick, 73-42 and 61-25, respectively.
Lady Outlaws hook Longhorns
MARLOW — It may not have been pretty, but as they say, a win is a win.
Outlaws start slow, fall to Lone Grove
MARLOW — It was a shaky start for the Marlow Outlaws Tuesday night, scoring just 13 points in the first half en route to a 62-53 season opening loss to the Longhorns of Lone Grove.
Lady Demons win season opener
OKLAHOMA CITY — Rashelle Carr came out of a slump and it could not have come at a better time as far as the Duncan Lady Demons were concerned.
Season tips off
OKLAHOMA CITY — At times, the Duncan Demons looked like a team that could play with anyone in the state. And at times it looked like a team that hadn’t known much success. It was the latter that did them in.
Duncan freshmen girls fall to Ardmore
The Duncan freshmen girls couldn’t overcome a slow start and dropped a 43-34 decision to Ardmore Monday night. The Lady Demons went into the half on the short end of a 22-10 score and couldn’t make up the deficit as they dropped to 1-2 on the season.
- Empire young, eager to learn EMPIRE — Looking at the state of the Empire wrestling program, first-year head coach Derrick Myers understands he has his work cut out for him.
Marlow wrestlers firing out of the gate
MARLOW — With a few weeks under their belt, the Marlow wrestling team is starting to see the hard work in practice pay off.
Area slate picks up
For the first time in nearly a month, a full slate of high school athletic activity will be available to sports fans. The Duncan, Marlow, Comanche and Velma-Alma basketball teams will start their seasons on Tuesday. On the wrestling front, Marlow will have its first dual on Tuesday, with Duncan and Comanche to join the fray on Thursday.
Duncan seniors find motivation in expectations
While Duncan seniors Caylin Lynch and Jennifer Smith has made their name in softball and soccer, they have taken to swimming like, well, like fish to water.
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