The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK


October 1, 2013

Sports briefs for 10-2-13

ENID, Okla. — VP Wallace heads

All-Cherokee Strip team

Brittney Wallace of Ringwood has been voted the most valuable player on the All-Cherokee Strip Conference softball team announced Tuesday.

Other individual honors went to Ringwood’s Katelyn Randolph, pitcher of year and Nathan Pearson, coach of the year and Medford’s Madeline Pitts, newcomer of the year.

Other all-conference selections by team included:

Ringwood — Kenzie Johnson, Chezni Farrand and Lizzy Shaffer. Kremlin-Hillsdale — Ryan Voth, Karlee Bittle, Katie Davis. Cherokee — Mollie Hawkins, Katie Schanbacher, Nicole Unruh and Kiera Roberts. Timberlake — Cheyenne Gaff and Delany Anderson. Medford — Krislyn Arthurs and Ally Taylor. Okeene — Laura Howe and Ashlyn Long. OBA — Alison Friesen and Andi Messenger. Aline-Cleo — Casey Edwards.

Honorable mention selections were: Ringwood — Mackenzie Palmer. Kremlin-Hillsdale — Hannah Weurflein and Haley Carson. Cherokee — Ashlee Wright. Timberlake — Kamber LeForce and Jamie Thorp. Medford: Trista Cripe. Okeene — Olivia Westfahl. OBA — Hope Shreve and Ally Moore. Aline-Cleo — Ashley Beckwith and Capri Gahr.

Middle school tennis

meeting Thursday

There will be a meeting for all Enid middle school tennis players and parents at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Enid High School cafeteria. All should park and enter the cafeteria from the east side cafeteria doors.

For information, contact Darrell Herndon at 541-7245.


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