WEATHERFORD, Okla. —
Mason North shot an 82 to lead Enid’s boys to a fifth-place finish at the Weatherford Invitational golf tournament Friday.
The Plainsmen had a team score of 341.
Stephen Nicholas had an 83, followed by Colton Jackson, 84 and Chris Hayes, 92.
“I think as the season goes along, we will continue to improve,’’ said Enid coach David Lee. “I think each kid that played today still has the capabilities of going lower, and I think they will as the season progresses.’’
The Plainsmen are scheduled to host their own invitational tournament Monday at both Meadowlake (morning) and Oakwood Country Club (afternoon).
WEATHERFORD, Okla. —
NCAA proposed settlement raises medical questions
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Attorney: OU's Mixon acted in self defense
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OSU no longer faces APR restrictions
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Rice's punishment hardly fit the crime
Two games, just over 12 percent of the 16-game regular season. Two games for hitting a woman hard enough to knock her out cold.
Rice said Monday he will not appeal his suspension, which could wind up costing him $529,411 in fines and salary. And why wouldn’t he? He must feel like he got off scot-free.
Bradford used to being at 'career crossroads'
It’s become a rite of training camp for Sam Bradford.
Every summer, he deals with the oversized burden of living up to getting picked first overall in 2010. The St. Louis Rams quarterback is not surprised that once again, he’s supposedly at a career crossroads.
TU wins C-USA academic honor
The University of Tulsa earned the 2013-14 Conference USA Institutional Excellence award by posting the highest grade point average during the 2013-14 academic year for all student athletes in conference-sponsored athletes, the school announced on Monday.
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Enid’s Sara Nazari, Hunter McEachern and Gabe Sanchez and Kingfisher’s Savanah Storey helped the West sweep the East at the All-State swim meet at Jenks High School Monday.
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