The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK


July 19, 2013

Sports briefs for 7-20-13

ENID, Okla. — Rejects top seed

for coed qualifier

The Rejects are the top seed for the co-ed district 2 (state) qualifier which begins today at Kellet Park.

Eleven teams are entered in the double-elimination tournament which begins with games at 10 a.m. on all three fields.

The tournament determines which teams will go to state tournaments (Classes C, D, E and F) on Aug. 9-11. The C and F tournaments are at Weatherford. The D and E are at Ardmore.

The championship round is set for 7 p.m. at the middle field. If a second final is necessary, it will follow immediately.

The Terminators, Wolfpack and TB Trucking are the Nos. 2, 3 and 4 seeds. The top four seeds have first-round byes.

Here are the first and second round games:

First round — 10 a.m., Bottoms Up vs. Kickbacks, middle field; Sons of Pitches vs. Wings, south; Teddies & Bears vs. Platinum, north.

Second round — 11 a.m., Rejects vs. Chicks N Sticks, north; Bottoms Up-Kickbacks winner vs. TB Trucking, middle; Wolfpack vs. Sons of Pitches-Wings winner, south. Noon, Teddies & Bears/Platinum winner vs. Terminators, south.

Satellite tennis event

draws 30 players

Thirty players are scheduled to play in today’s Sector 3 Integris Bass Health Center Satellite Tournament at Oakwood Country Club.

The tournament is primarily for novice-level players. The tournament features local players — Drew Callant, Boys 14s; Kaden Heitfeld, Boys 12s; Jordyn Pax, Girls 12s; Wilson Player, Boys 12s; Kalynn Schwandt, Girls 14s; James Shaughnessy, Boys 10s; and Caleb Todd, Boys 12s Oakwood will host the Integris Bass Baptist Health Center Junior Open 2 next week for more experienced players.

Integris Bass Baptist Health Center Satellite Tournament


First round pairings

Boys/Girls 10 Singles (Round Robin) — 8 a.m., James Shaughnessy, Enid vs. Reece Compton, Oklahoma City; Erin Kuykendall, Claremore vs. Zoie Epps, Norman. 9 a.m., Shaughnessy vs. Epps; Compton vs. Kuykendall; 10, Shaughnessy vs. Kuykendall; Epps vs. Compton.

Boys 12s (Round Robin) — 8 a.m., Caleb Todd, Enid vs. Kaden Heitfeld, Enid; 9 a.m., Wilson Player, Enid vs. Todd. 10:15, Heitfield vs. Player

Boys 14s — 8 a.m., Bathena Rao, Edmond (1) vs. Austin Williams, Moore; Parker Conway, Bixby vs. Jordan Compton, Oklahoma City; Drew Callant, Enid vs. Jake McGuire, Claremore; Christopher Montgomery, Oklahoma City vs. Stewart Landes, Edmond

Boys 16s (Round Robin) — 8:45, Nathan Kuykendall, Claremore vs. Zach Lyday, Edmond; Cade Cox, Claremore vs. Joshua Britt, Edmond. 10:15, Kuykendall vs. Britt; Cox vs. Lyday. 11:45, Kuykendall vs. Cox; Britt vs. Lyday.

Girls 12s (Round Robin) — 8:45, Taylor Conway, Bixby vs. Jordyn Pax, Enid; Abbey Cox, Claremore vs. Gracie Epps, Norman. 10:15, Conway vs. Epps; Pax vs. Cox. 12:30, Conway vs. Cox; Epps vs. Pax.

Girls 14s (Round Robin) — 8:45, Claire Metheny, Midwest City vs. Lauren Kuykendall, Claremore; 11 a.m., Kalynn Schwandt, Enid vs. Metheny; Noon, Kuykendall vs. Schwandt.

Girls 18s (Round Robin) — 9:30 a.m., Breann Inman, Woodward vs. Kendall Helton, Sand Springs; 11, Audrey Still, Tulsa vs. Inman; 12:30, Helton vs. Still


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