The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK

April 28, 2013

Sports briefs for 4-29-13


Enid News and Eagle

ENID, Okla. — EHS concludes regular

season against Bulldogs



Enid’s baseball team will conclude its regular season with a 6:30 p.m. game at Edmond Memorial today.

Plainsmen coach Bill Mayberry said he plans to use his entire pitching staff in the game. Each pitcher will be throwing one inning, beginning with senior Jerry Kearney.

Enid (9-22) hasn’t played since dropping a doubleheader to Mustang last Monday. The Plainsmen are trying to end an eight-game losing streak.

“We just want to get out there and get back in rhythm,’’ Mayberry said.

Enid is scheduled to open the playoffs Wednesday at the home of the District 6A-3 runner-up which has yet to be determined.

Stillwater will be the 6A-3 runnerup if the Pioneers win either at Tulsa Kelley today or Bartlesville Tuesday.

The Enid-Edmond Memorial game can be heard on KCRC (1390 AM).



Seng named MIAA

player of the year



EDMOND—  Former Enid High School golfer Aly Seng, now a junior with the University of Central Oklahoma, has been named the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Player of the Year.

Seng won the rain-shortened MIAA tournament earlier this week with a one-under-par 71 for her second consecutive win.  She's had four top-10 finishes on the season and carries a 77.22 scoring average in 10 tournaments.

UCO won the conference title and has had nine top-five finishes in 10 tournaments this year.  Seng and the Bronchos will compete in the NCAA Division II Central Regional May 5-7 in St. Joseph, Mo.



Chisholm, OBA boys

go to golf regional



Chisholm and Oklahom Bible Academy’s golfers will be competing in a 2A boys regional today at Prairie West Golf Club in Weatherford.

The Longhorns, who were third in the sub-regional at Clinton last week, will be going with a lineup of Zac Hill, Austin Swann, Chase Docker, Karson Brady and Garrett Birchfield.

The Trojans, who will  will be going with a lineup of Adam Eaton, Josh Chon, Josh Barnthouse, Blake Burchel and Thomas Friesen. The top six teams in the 12-team field will qualify for state. The top six individuals from non-qualifying teams will advance to state as well.



Chisholm, OBA netters

go to regionals today



Chisholm and Oklahoma Bible Academy’s girls tennis teams will be going to 4A regionals at two different sites today.

Chisholm will be at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center where the Lady Longhorns will be paired up with Christian Heritage, Crossings Christian, Harding Charter Prep, Kingfisher, Little Axe, Pauls Valley, Perry,  Star Spencer, Tecumseh and Weatherford.

OBA is going east to Tulsa’s LaFortune Park where the Lady Trojans will be paired with Bristow, Byng, Hominy, Metro Christian, Miami, Midway, Oologah, Rejoice Christian, Seminole and Victory Christian.

The top four finishers in each division will advance to the state tournament Friday and Saturday.