The Covington-Douglas Wildcat baseball team will participate in the Ringwood Invitational Baseball Tournament Tuesday through Saturday.
The Lady Cats softball team will travel to Coyle Monday, with game time at 4:30. The same evening, the junior high softball team will travel to Kremlin for a three-way game with Ringwood starting at 5 p.m.
On Tuesday, the junior high baseball team will travel to Kremlin for a game at 4:30 p.m. The junior high track team will travel to Chisholm for a meet, while the high school track team will go to Ponca City.
On Wednesday, the FFA Agronomy team will travel to Lawton for a judging contest. Covington-Douglas Pre-K and kindergarten students will take a field trip to the Oklahoma City Zoo.
On Thursday and Friday, the FFA Agronomy team will travel to Okmulgee for judging.
On Thursday, the Lady Cats softball team will participate in the Best of West Softball Tournament in Weatherford. The high school track team will participate in a meet in the Ringwood 8-man track meet. The junior high softball team will travel to Mulhall-Orlando for a game with Crescent, with game time at 4:30 p.m.
The Covington-Douglas FFA Agronomy team attended the Wilburton Judging Contest on March 29 and won first place in Agronomy judging. Individual placings were: Cliff Jones, first; Dakota Schoeling, second; Matt Harak, third; Gavyn Reim fourth. On April 2, the judging team traveled to Tishomingo to a judging contest. The Agronomy team won first place. Individual judging placings were: Matt Harak first; Cliff Jones, second; Dakota Schoeling, third; Gavyn Reim, fifth.
Covington-Douglas FFA and 4-H members attended the OK Youth Expo in Oklahoma City March 16-26. In the swine show, Marissa Jordan placed sixth with her Crossbred. McKayla Scott exhibited a Hamp. Emily Franke had a Champion Hamp and received the Bronze Medallion, and also made the premium sale. She also showed two Crossbreds and placed first on each. Dakota Schoeling won first place Chester and was second alternate. Lane Williams placed first with his Spot and had fourth overall, and made the premium sale. Emily Franke showed a Commercial Gilt and placed seventh.
The Covington Historical Society will meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Tri County Senior Center. Everyone is welcome to attend.
The 5th Sunday Sing will begin at 6 tonight at First Baptist Church. Everyone is welcome.
St. John’s Lutheran Church will have a Council Meeting at 6 p.m. April 14, with a voters meeting at 7 p.m.
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