Enid News and Eagle
ENID, Okla. —
EHS soccer teams open
play at Stillwater Cup
Enid boys and girls soccer teams open competition today in the annual Stillwater Cup soccer tournament hosted by Stillwater High School.
The Plainsmen (2-2) face Verdigris at 7:30 p.m. in an opening round match at Stillwater High School, while the Pacers (1-3) open the tournament at 3:30 p.m. against Edmond Santa Fe at SHS.
Both teams will play two more games on Saturday either in the winners or losers bracket, depending upon today’s results.
Also in the tournament are the host Pioneers in addition to Coweta, Owasso, Ponca City, Santa Fe South, Catoosa and Heritage (Ark.).
Following this weekend’s tournament, the Plainsmen and Pacers resume district play on Tuesday at Ponca City.
EHS shoots season-low
in 4th place golf finish
MIDWEST CITY — Enid’s girls took 27 shots off their low score as a team in finishing fourth at the Carl Albert Invitational Thursday at John Conrad.
The Pacers had a team score of 374 to better their previous low score of 401 set Wednesday at Jenks.
Madison Boler had a career-low 89 to pace the EHS delegation, followed by Kayci McClendon, 90, a season low; Katelynn Bennett, 93 and Sydney Davenport, 102, a career-low.
“The girls hit a lot of fairways today which made a lot of difference,’’ said Enid coach David Lee. “We played a lot of good golf. I was concerned because we didn’t practice much over spring break, but I was very pleased with how we did today.’’
EHS will be off until next Thursday when it hosts its own invitational tournament.
The Plainsmen go to Weatherford today.
Collins has second
ace at Oakwood CC
Christie Collins had her second career hole-in-one at Oakwood Country Club Wednesday.
She used a three wood to hit a hole-in-one on the 133-yard par 3 No. 12 hole. She was playing with her husband Craig.
Wieberg going to
TONKAWA — Northern Oklahoma Tonkawa men’s basketball coach Brett Wieberg has been named the new head coach at NCAA Division II Missouri Western State University.
Wieberg had been the Mavericks’ head coach since 2006 when he succeeded his father, Mick Wieberg, after serving as an assistant at NOC Tonkawa.
In seven seasons at NOC Tonkawa, Wieberg posted 125 victories, including leading the Mavs to a 24-7 record and the Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference regular season championship this past season. Wieberg also played for two seasons under his father at NOC Tonkawa, leading the Mavericks to two conference titles. He went on to play at Division I Sam Houston State. Wieberg succeeds Tom Smith who retired after 25 seasons as head coach at Missouri Western.