Brown walks off for Comets
Velma-Alma junior Ty Richardson flew out of the batters box like he had just hit a double in the gap. Really, it was just a lazy pop fly to right field, but because of his hustle he ended up on second anyway.
Demons miss opportunities
Duncan baseball coach Tim Hightower spoke about “wasted opportunities” following Thursday’s 3-1 home loss to Binger-Oney.
Boys golfers take second
The Duncan boys golf team placed second at the Justin “Moose” Crook Tournament Thursday at the Duncan Golf and Tennis Club.
Wood bats help Bronchos
Not many coaches would have thrown their ace on the first day of a weekend tournament, but No. 11 Central High really needed a win on Thursday.
Comanche track ready for home meet
The opportunity to compete in front of home fans is special for athletes. On Friday, the Comanche track athletes will get that opportunity.
Leffler inspires Comets in home tournament
On Thursday, Velma-Alma baseball kicks off its annual Jake Leffler Wooden Bat Tournament, named after the late Comet baseball player who passed away in his senior year in 2000.
Demon baseball to host top Class A team
The Duncan baseball team learned a valuable lesson after a doubleheader split against Ardmore Tuesday: Never look past an opponent.
Donkeys hope to build momentum
Bray-Doyle baseball heads to the Jake Leffler Wooden Bat Tournament in Velma with apprehension.
Marlow prepares for HH rematch
Exactly three weeks after one of the most difficult losses of the season, No. 2 Marlow faces No. 8 Heritage Hall in pool play of the Kingfisher/Piedmont tournament on Friday night.
Tennis looks forward to SOITennis looks forward to SOI
After several weeks of road tournaments, the Demon boys and girls squads will host the Southern Oklahoma Invitational Friday.
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