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November 3, 2012

Sports briefs for 11-3-12

ENID, Okla. — Wrestlers go to

Union Open today

Enid’s wrestlers will warm up for the upcoming season at the exhibition Union Open today.

Plainsmen coach Jory Dick said he will take anywhere from 40 to 50 high school and middle school wrestlers. EHS will not be cutting any weight for the tournament.

“All the guys who aren’t in football right now will be there,’’ Dick said.

Hunter Nixon (160 or 170), Keegan Clayton (160), Billy Grothe (132), Troy Graves (126), Scott Phillips (138) and John Choy (152) have been looking good so far in the preseason, Dick said.

Sumner Winter Roundup

to begin tonight

Sumner Winter Roundup begins its 21st season at 8 tonight at the Garfield County Fairgrounds Pavilion.

The event features open bull riding, bareback riding, saddle bronc and novice bull riding. Doors open at 6. Admission is $5. There will be other sessions on Nov. 10 and Nov. 24.

For information, call secretary Aranda Hajek at (405) 853-0176.

 

Peterson listed as

probable for Vikings

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is listed as probable to play at Seattle, despite his absence from the final full practice of the week.

The Vikings wanted to give the sprained left ankle that has bothered Peterson for the last month some extra rest, so he worked in the pool and received treatment instead of taking the field Friday. But coach Leslie Frazier said the move was merely precautionary.

Rolling Meadows to hold

2-man scramble Sunday

Rolling Meadows Golf Club will hold a two-man scramble at noon Sunday.

Entry fee is $50 per player or $100 per team. There will be a cash payout. For information, call Jay Betchan at 402-0678.

 

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