ENID, Okla. —
OCC to hold 10-Under
Tennis play day Saturday
Oakwood Country Club will hold an informal 10-Under Tennis Play Day from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday at its indoor courts.
No skills are necessary. The goal of the day is to introduce children ages 4-10 to the game. Tennis rackets will be for sale or can be borrowed.
Court monitors and helpers will be on hand to ensure the children are organized and having fun.
There will be prizes, pizza and a movie afterwards.
RSVP by calling Shaughnessy at (580) 278-1074. Walk-ins welcome. Cost is $10 per child. Checks should be made payable to JS Tennis Pro Shop.
Cowley assistant named
Mavericks head coach
Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa has tapped Cowley County assistant Donnie Jackson as its new head men’s basketball coach.
Jackson was selected from a pool of more than 30 applicants in a search process that began in March, according to NOC Tonkawa Athletic Director Greg Krause.
Jackson succeeds Brett Weiberg, who resigned recently to become head coach at Missouri Western.
Herbst 2nd team
WACO, Texas — Fairview’s Logan Herbst was named to the All-Heartland Conference men’s golf second team the league announced Wednesday.
Herbst, a senior at Oklahoma Christian University, finished fifth in the conference with a 73.52 stroke average and also had six top-10 finishes this season, highlighted by a fouth-place showing in the San Antonio Shoot-Out.
He also was named National Christian College Athletic Association student-athlete of the week once and fnished his career as a four-time All-American honoree.
17th at Guthrie tourney
GUTHRIE — Enid’s boys were 17th out of 36 teams at the Guthrie Invitational Friday with a 36-hole team score of 689.
The Plainsmen had a 353 at the Cimarron course in the morning, and a 336 at the Aqua Canyon course in the afternoon.
Colton Jackson had the low score among the EHS golfers with a 160 (84-76), followed by Mason North (89-79—168), Michael Houston (83-89—172) and Chris Hayes (97-92—189).
“We played better the second round,’’ said Enid coach David Lee, “but the big disappointment was our putting. We had way too many three putts. We hit some good shots today, but our play around the green has hindered us.’’
The Plainsmen go to regionals Monday.