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Don’t look now Stephens County, but the Marlow Outlaws baseball team is streaking.
Winners of 14 straight games, the No. 4 Outlaws (15-2) will look to keep their good fortunes rolling today as they will visit Blanchard with first pitch set for 4:30 p.m.
This week will be full of road trips for the Outlaws as on Tuesday they will travel to take on the Cache Bulldogs, before beginning play at the Jones Tournament on Thursday afternoon.
Bethel will provide the first round opposition for MHS at 4 p.m. from Jones High School.
Speaking of road trips, the Comanche Indians (4-9) will also be hitting the road this week as head coach Nick Reed and his team will try and get back on track.
After two tough losses to Pauls Valley and Frederick last week, the Indians will travel to Sulphur today with first pitch set for 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday will see the Indians once again face Frederick, this time on the road, before traveling to play in the Lake County Conference tournament beginning on Thursday.
Another team looking to keep momentum going is the Empire Bulldogs.
EHS split over the weekend at Apache, losing to Fletcher before taking out Mountain View-Gotebo.
Today will see the Bulldogs take on a Ninnekah squad which defeated them one week ago at Empire.
EHS will then return home for a matchup against Ryan on Tuesday afternoon before traveling to play in the Temple Tournament starting on Thursday.
For the Waurika Eagles, this week will provide yet another opportunity to break into the win column, as they will be enjoying the comforts of home.
Tonight Geronimo will provide the opposition, before the Central High Bronchos come to town on Tuesday night.
Thursday will see WHS travel to take part in the Temple Tournament before traveling to Healdton on April 8.