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
ECU’s Bryant signs
contract with Browns
CLEVELAND (AP) — The Browns have signed troubled rookie defensive lineman Armonty Bryant to a four-year contract.
The seventh-round pick was arrested on drunken driving charges shortly after he was drafted by Cleveland in April out of East Central University.
Bryant was also arrested on a felony drug charge while in school.
The Browns are sticking by Bryant, who vowed at last month’s NFL rookie symposium to reward the team for its faith in him.
Cornerback Leon McFadden, a third-round pick from San Diego State, was signed Friday as the team’s rookies reported for training camp.
The only Cleveland rookie not under contract is linebacker Barkevious Mingo, the sixth overall pick.
Cleveland’s veterans are due next week with the first practice under new coach Rob Chudzinski scheduled for July 25.