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October 10, 2013

Sports briefs for 10-13-11

ENID, Okla. — Enid Greybeards host

tailgate party tonight

The Enid Greybeards are hosting a tailgate party tonight before the Enid vs. Tulsa Union  football game. They will be serving hamburger or hot dog baskets, which includes chips, cookie and a drink for $5 from 5:15 p.m. to 7 p.m. north of Selby Stadium on Iowa Street. All Plainsmen fans are invited.

 Premium parking also is available for $10 beginning at 5:15 on the practice field just west of the stadium. All proceeds benefit the Enid football program.

Cowboys, KU favored

in Big 12 basketball

STILLWATER (AP) — Oklahoma State and Kansas share the role of favorites to win the Big 12 basketball title in a preseason coaches’ poll.

OSU and Kansas each received five first place votes and 77 overall points in the voting by the league’s 10 head coaches. Coaches are not allowed to vote for their own team.

Baylor is picked to finish third in the poll released Thursday with Iowa State fourth while Oklahoma and Kansas State tied for fifth.

West Virginia, Texas, Texas Tech and TCU round out the poll.

Ringwood boosters

golf tournament Oct. 26

The Ringwood All-Sports Boosters will hold a four-man scramble at 8 a.m. Oct. 26 at Turkey Creek Golf Course in Hennessey.

Cost is $250 per team. Hole sponsorships are available for $100. A meal will be serve after the tournament.

All proceeds will go toward the Ringwood athletic department.

To enter or for information, call either Dale Hamm at (405) 443-6161 or Tim Sodowsky at (580) 402-0691.

Koehn Sun Belt

runner of week

Former OBA runner Shaun Koehn of Arkansas-Little Rock has been named the Sun Belt Conference Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Week.

Koehn had a personal best time of 25:41.1 in finishing 44th at the recent Chile Pepper Festival in Fayetteville, Ark.

Ducks Unlimited

banquet Wednesday

Great Salt Plains Chapter of Ducks Unlimited will be hosting its 41st annual banquet Wednesday at Groendyke Lodge. For information, contact chairman Troy Enmeier at 237-3057.

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